Wednesday, June 17, 2009


(f-250) (BW-1-2-1-2-1)

William Campbell Mackey, the oldest child of Ella (Campbell) and Clarence Mackey, was raised in the Ansley, Nebraska home of his father, which was still standing in 1974. He followed his father into the banking profession. During the First World War, William served his country in the United States Navy.
In May of 1927 William married Irvie Irene Van Ostrand, the daughter of _________________ (father) and __________________ (mother’s maiden name). The couple were married shortly after William has completed his education at the University of Nebraska and Wayne State Teachers’ College. Shortly after the birth of their daughter, 1) Lou Adelaide, the mother died.

IRVIE IRENE VAN OSTRAND (f-256) BW-1-2-1-2-1-S)
born: 23 January, 1901 in Orchard, __________ Co., Nebraska
mother: _____________ (_____________)
father: _______________, ____________
married: 26 May, 1927 to William MACKEY (f-250)
in __________, __________ County, _______
died: 27 September, 1932 at Broken Bow, _______ Co., Nebraska
buried: _________ in __________ Cemetery, ________, ________
source: Gerald Fecht

1) LOU ADELAIDE MACKEY (f-257) (BW-1-2-1-2-1-1)
born: 23 September, 1932 in Broken Bow, ________ Co., Nebraska
mother: Irvie (VAN OSTAND) (f-256) BW-1-2-1-2-1-S)
father: William Campbell MACKEY (f-250) (BW-1-2-1-2-1)
married: _________ to John PLATZ (f-258) (BW-1-2-1-2-1-1-S)
in ___________, ___________ Co., ___________
died: 31 May 2006 in Sydney, Nebraska
burial: Greenwood Cemetery, Sydney, Nebraska
source: Gerald Fecht

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