Mary McKie (also Mackie) was born on October 11, 1867, at Garlieston, Wigtownshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of William McKie or Mackie and Mary Lindsay. Mary married James Scott, coach painter (journeyman) on November 27, 1891, at Glasgow Springburn. She passed away on May 27, 1896, at the age of 28.
Scotland's People birth record: MCKIE MARY F 1867 897/ 37 Sorbie. Mary McKie born October eleventh 1867. Father, William McKie, joiner, mother, Mary McKie, nee Lindsay. Informant: William McKie, father.
1891 Scotland Census. Parish: Glasgow Barony; ED: 117; Page: 16; Line: 2; Roll: CSSCT1891_254. 60 Avenue Rd. WIlliam MacKie, 46; Mary MacKie, 47; Jane MacKie, 25; Mary MacKie, 23; William MacKie, 21; Robert MacKie, 19; Isebella MacKie, 17; David MacKie, 15; John MacKie, 13; Walter MacKie, 9; Joseph MacKie, 10; Thomas Mackie, 5; Thomas Lindsay, 3 adopted son.
Scotland's People marriage record: MACKIE MARY S SCOTT JAMES 1891 644/3 472 Dennistoun. James Scott, 28, coach painter journeyman, 60 Avenue Road. Parents: David Scott, blacksmith and Mary Ann Scott, nee Calder. Mary S Mackie, 24, 60 Avenue Road. Parents William Mackie, joiner and Mary Mackie, nee Lindsay.
Scotland's People death record: SCOTT MARY 28 1896 644/3 805 Dennistoun. Mary Scott, 28, married to James Scott, coach painter journeyman, 27 May 1896 at 62 Avenue Road, Glasgow. Parents: William Mackie, joiner (journeyman) and Mary Mackie, nee Lindsay. Informant: James Scott, widower.
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Mary by comparing test results with other carriers of her ancestors' mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
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