McGill Mackie, 18781934 (aged 56 years)

Graves of Gill and John Mackie at Kurri Kurri General Cemetery, NSW, Australia
Name
McGill /Mackie/
Given names
McGill
Surname
Mackie
Nickname
Gill
Birth 1878
Emigration
Yes

Emigrated to Australia

Census April 3, 1881 (aged 3 years)

1881 Scottish Census - Hellen Mackie household

Name Relation MC Age Sex Occupation Birthplace
Hellen Mackie Wife (Head) M 23 F Wife of Oil Shale Miner Fife, Kinghorn
McGill Mackie Son S 3 M Fife, Burntisland
James Mackie Son S 1 M Fife, Burnisland
MarriageAgnes Martin ScottView this family
November 6, 1908 (aged 30 years)
Shared note: Marriage Details.

Marriage Details.

After Banns According to the Forms of the United Free Church of Scotland Officiating Minister: Robert Stewart, Minister of the Gospel Witness: John Scott Witness: Helen L Mackie

Occupation
Coal Miner

Note: Employment History

Employment History

06/11/1908: Coal Miner (Marriage Certificate) 12/07/1910: Coal Miner (Child's Birth Certificate) 02/04/1911: Miner - Wemyss Coal Coy. (1911 Scottish Census)

Birth of a sonJames Mackie
July 12, 191008:00 (aged 32 years)
Census April 2, 1911 (aged 33 years)

1911 Scottish Census - McGill Mackie and Agnes Martin Scott household

Name Relation MC Age Sex YrsM ChB ChL Occupation Industry Employ WH Birthplace
McGill Mackie Head M 30 M Miner Wemyss Coal Coy Fife, Burntisland
Agnes Mackie wife M 21 F 2 1 1 Fife, Windygates
James Mackie son S 8m M Fife, Markinch
Walter Methven Half-brother S 27 M Miner Wemyss Coal Coy Fife, Burntisland

Number of Rooms with one or more Windows: 2 Number of Persons in House: 4

Birth of a daughterIsabella Scott Mackie
October 14, 1914 (aged 36 years)

Military
Australian Army. Service No 505
1916 (aged 38 years)

Note: Army Record

Army Record

Enlisted 15/01/1916 Embarkation from Australia: 02/05/1916 at Sydney. (HMAT Hororata) Proceeded overseas to France via Southampton Mentioned in despatches 07/04/1918 Meritorious Service Medal awarded in 1919 Discharged 27/02/1920 Rank: Company Quartermaster Sergeant Unit: 34th Battalion

Birth of a sonJohn Wiiliam Scott Mackie
October 25, 1916 (aged 38 years)
Death April 6, 1934 (aged 56 years)
Burial 1934 (aged 56 years)
Family with Agnes Martin Scott
himself
Graves of Gill and John Mackie at Kurri Kurri General Cemetery, NSW, Australia
18781934
Birth: 1878Burntisland, Fife, Scotland
Death: April 6, 1934Australia
wife
aggie_scott_1890.jpg
18901995
Birth: February 4, 1890 24 25Haughmill, Markinch, Fife, Scotland
Death: after February 5, 1995Australia
Marriage
Marriage: November 6, 1908Windygates, Fife, Scotland
20 months
son
1910
Birth: July 12, 1910 32 20Milton of Balgonie, Windygates, Fife, Scotland
Death:
6 years
son
Graves of Gill and John Mackie at Kurri Kurri General Cemetery, NSW, Australia
19161984
Birth: October 25, 1916 38 26Windygates, Fife, Scotland
Death: August 24, 1984
-2 years
daughter
19141993
Birth: October 14, 1914 36 24
Death: February 2, 1993
EmigrationView

Emigrated to Australia

CensusView

1881 Scottish Census - Hellen Mackie household

Name Relation MC Age Sex Occupation Birthplace
Hellen Mackie Wife (Head) M 23 F Wife of Oil Shale Miner Fife, Kinghorn
McGill Mackie Son S 3 M Fife, Burntisland
James Mackie Son S 1 M Fife, Burnisland
MarriageView

Marriage Details.

After Banns According to the Forms of the United Free Church of Scotland Officiating Minister: Robert Stewart, Minister of the Gospel Witness: John Scott Witness: Helen L Mackie

CensusView

1911 Scottish Census - McGill Mackie and Agnes Martin Scott household

Name Relation MC Age Sex YrsM ChB ChL Occupation Industry Employ WH Birthplace
McGill Mackie Head M 30 M Miner Wemyss Coal Coy Fife, Burntisland
Agnes Mackie wife M 21 F 2 1 1 Fife, Windygates
James Mackie son S 8m M Fife, Markinch
Walter Methven Half-brother S 27 M Miner Wemyss Coal Coy Fife, Burntisland

Number of Rooms with one or more Windows: 2 Number of Persons in House: 4

Military

Army Record

Enlisted 15/01/1916 Embarkation from Australia: 02/05/1916 at Sydney. (HMAT Hororata) Proceeded overseas to France via Southampton Mentioned in despatches 07/04/1918 Meritorious Service Medal awarded in 1919 Discharged 27/02/1920 Rank: Company Quartermaster Sergeant Unit: 34th Battalion

Occupation

Employment History

06/11/1908: Coal Miner (Marriage Certificate) 12/07/1910: Coal Miner (Child's Birth Certificate) 02/04/1911: Miner - Wemyss Coal Coy. (1911 Scottish Census)

Media object

Monumental Inscription

The inscription on McGill Mackie's headstone is incorrect as he was born in Burntisland, Fife, Scotland in 1878.