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MACKAY in Newcastle upon Tyne

MACKAY in Newcastle upon Tyne

Posted: 24 Jul 2011 2:10AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 24 Jul 2011 4:35PM GMT
Surnames: MacKay
Hi,

I am researching my fathers side of the family tree.

Names are: John Mackay and Catherine Mackay nee ?

Sons: John(Jacky)Mackay
Hugh Mackay
Richard Mackay (my father)
Gordon Mackay
Ray Mackay

Richard Mackay was born in 1928 in Tain. I believe they moved during the war to Newcastle.

Known adress in Newcastle upon Tyne 19 Murrayfield Road Blakelaw this was in 1947-49. Richard Mackay was stationed in Bodmin at the time. Hugh and Richard emigrated to Australia in 1949 and the rest of the family sometine after.

Would love to find any relevent information.

Re: MacKays

Posted: 24 Jul 2011 9:24AM GMT
Classification: Biography
Edited: 24 Jul 2011 4:36PM GMT
Surnames: Dodds
Tain, is in Scotland, and this appears to be Ricard's birth. Unfortunately, you cannot view it online, and have to purchase a copy.

1 1928 MACKAY RICHARD M TAIN /ROSS AND CROMARTY 082/00 0031

I did find a marriage which could possibly fit, because there are two births, Gordon and Raymond, both have a mother with the maiden name of Dodds..

MARRIAGE
Name: MACKAY, John
Registration District Tynemouth
County: Northumberland
Year of Registration: 1924
Quarter of Registration: Jul-Aug-Sep
Spouse's last name: Dodds
Volume No: 10B
Page No 610
Name: DODDS, Catherine
Registration District: Tynemouth
County: Northumberland
Year of Registration: 1924
Quarter of Registration: Jul-Aug-Sep
Spouse's last name: Mackay
Volume No: 10B

MACKAY Gordon England Northumberland, Newcastle upon Tyne1937
MACKAY Raymond England Northumberland, Newcastle upon Tyne1941


Re: MACKAY in Newcastle upon Tyne

Posted: 24 Jul 2011 2:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 24 Jul 2011 4:37PM GMT
Thank you so much. It fits perfectly, they are my uncles birth dates.

I now have more to research.

I cannot thank you enough.

Re: MACKAY in Newcastle upon Tyne

Posted: 24 Jul 2011 10:13PM GMT
Classification: Census
Edited: 25 Jul 2011 2:59PM GMT
Surnames: DODDS, DAVISON,
I think this could be Catherine Dodds on the 1911 census
1911
Address: 44 Byker St Walker Newcastle on Tyne County: Northumberland

Name Relation Condition/Yrs married Sex Age BirthYear Occupation Where Born

DODDS, Tom Collin Head Married M 29 1882 Coal Putter Sunderland Durham
DODDS, Edith Wife Married6 years F 26 1885 London
DODDS, Catherine Daughter F 4 1907 Walker Nthds
DODDS, Richard Son M 0 (11 MONTHS) 1911 Walker Nthds
DAVISON, Richard P Brother In Law Single M 18 1893 Blacksmith Striker Byker Nthds

The name Mackay is very common in Scotland, and is difficult to trace. Do you have any idea of the age of John Mackay, or where he was born?

Re: MACKAY in Newcastle upon Tyne

Posted: 25 Jul 2011 10:02AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 Jul 2011 3:00PM GMT
Surnames: Mackay
Hi,

Thank you again for your help.

I believe Grandad Kay (John Mackay) was in his late 60's when he died in the 1970's in Brisbane Australia. I guess that puts him born somewhere between 1899 and 1908 +/- 5 years.

I was told that John Mackay came from a family of crofters in the far north of Scotland and there was a story about either John Mackay or John Mackays father or grandfather coming from a village of predominately MacKays'in the north. Richard Mackay (my father) talked about visiting family near Loch Lomond and Inverness as a child.

He didn't talk a great deal about his family so information is a little scarce.

Re: MACKAY in Newcastle upon Tyne

Posted: 28 Jul 2011 4:40PM GMT
Classification: Query
Any chance of you obtaining your grandfather's death certificate to see what information that throws up. If he came from the Highlands of Scotland, then Inverness is a more populated area, but Loch Lomond is about 150 miles further south, in the southern part of Scotland. If you could get to know his parents names, then this could be great, as any name beginning with Mac, or Mc, is typicl of Scotland, and there are thousands of Mackays, McKays, etc. and a name like John is also very common.
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