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Lawyer; b. Cape Vincent, N. Y. Oct. 14, 1875: s. John
and Nancv (Milligani Maelienry ; ed. Lowville High
Sch., Potsdam Normal Sen., Cortland Normal, Cornell
Univ., LL.B.. 1898; Yale Univ., M.L.. 1900 (honors 1886
Memorial, 1S97, 1S94 Memorial, at Cornell); m. Brook-
lyn, Julv S, 1906, Margaret Camilla Bowen. Admitted
to N. Y. Bar, 1900; to U. 9. Supreme Court, 1904. Cam-
paign speaker, State and county, since 1898. Demo-
crat. Episcopalian. Mem. Soc. Med. Jurisprudence.
Mason; master Mistletoe Lodge, Brooklyn. 1906-1907.
Recreations: Motoring, golf, hunting, fishing. Clubs-.
Yale, Brooklyn Golf, Noonday, Brooklyn Masonic. Res-
idence: 7S2 Hancock St., Brooklyn. Address: 115
Broadway, N. Y'. City.


Chemist; b. Jersey City. N. J.. Oct. 9. 1870; s. James
and Martha (Cairns) Mcllhiney; ed. Jersey City pri-
mary and high schools; grad. Sch. of Mines, Columbia
Univ., Ph.B.. 1S92, A.M., 1893, Ph.D., 1S94; m. N. T. City,
Nov. 5, 1895, Clarissa Ann Walker; one son: Donald
Walker, b. Jan. 17, 1898. In 1894 became associated
with Louis C. Tiffany in his artistic productions in
glass, enamels, metals and pottery, and in 1900 a silver
and a bronze medal were conferred on him at the
Paris Exposition; made sp'l study of the chemistry of
fats and oils and the allied branches. 1894-1900; in 1900
made sp'l report to the Dep't of Ag'r of N. Y". State
upon linseed oil and its adulterants. Has eonub'd nu-
merous articles to scientific journals. Dir. Tiffany
Furnaces. Mem. Am. Chem. Soc, Soc. of Chem. Indus-
trv. Am. Soc. foT Testing Materials. Clubs: Columbia
Univ., Chemists. Address: 7 E. 42d St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y'. City, 1855; son of John B. (architect)
and Frances Virginia (Esquiral) Mclntyre. g.-d: Jean
Esquiral, a solaier in the Revolutionary Army, who here with Lafayette; ed. in Coll. of St. Francis
Xavier; grad. Law Dep't. Univ. of the City of N. Y.,
1877. Has been counsel in many important cases;
mem. N. Y'. Legislature; counsel to the comptroller and
for many years chief ass't dist. att'y. serving under
DeLancey Nicoll, John R. Fellows and Asa Bird Gardi-
ner, and has prosecuted many important criminal
cases. In 1897 was sent to London by the Irish-Amer-
ican Societies to defend Edward J. Ivory, charged by
the British Gov't with treason, and succeeded in ac-
quitting Ivory. Clubs: Manhattan, Algonquin, Demo-
cratic, National, Grafton Galleries and Pleiades. Ad-
dress: 25 Broad St., N. Y. City.


Broker, organizer; b. Utica, N. Y.. 1857; s. James and
Eleanor T. Molver; ed. in Utica Sch. System; m. St.
Paul, Minn.. Alice M. Shaw; children: James S., Fran-
cis F., Jr. Has travelled and done adjusting for many
N. Y. concerns and organized important industries at
St. Paul, Duluth. Minneapolis, N. Y. City and else-
where: organized White City at Syracuse. N. Y. Trav-
els cover all Europe and America. Organized the Mo-
hawk Valley Brewing Co., Schenectady, N. Y.: Worces-
ter Knitting Mills. Millbury, Mass.; White City Con-
struction Co., Syracuse, N. Y. Also represented Metro-
politan Bank, N. Y. City, placing their funds; previous
to that represented in same capacity at different times
the Nat. Shoe and Leather Bank, Merchants Nat.
Bank and Equitable Trust Co., all of N. Y. City.
Democrat: Catholic. Sec. and treas. Northwestern
Soc. of N. Y., organizer Minnesota Soc, N. Y. City.
Club: Catholic. Address: 91 William St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Cincinnati, O, Mar. 13, 1861; s. Max and
Eleanor (Wolf) Mack; ed. at Vienna, Austria, Coll.
City of N. Y'., A.B. (salutatorian), 1880; Columbia Law
Sch., 1SS0-1SS1; Harvard Law iSch., 1881-1884; Harvard,
LL.B.. 1SS4, M.A., 1S84; m. Nov., 1890, Louise Ranger;
one d.: Eleanor Louise, b. 1892. For a number of years
actively connected with Jewelers' Weekly and The
Jewelers' Circular Weekly, and for a time editor of
the former; engaged in practice of law in N. Y". City
from 1884. Republican; former leader 15th Assembly
Dist.; former mem. Rep. State Committee. Mem. Ass'n

Bar City of N. Y. Pres. class of 1880, Coll. City of N.
Y.; Phi Beta Kappa Soc; hon. mem. Hasty Pudding
Soc. of Harvard. Clubs: Harvard. Republican. Resi-
dence: 2.-.0 \Y. SSth St. Address: 27 William St., N. Y.


Lawyer, editor; b. Sumter Co., S. C, Oct. 24, 1865; s.
Rev. Dr. Joseph Bingham and Harriet Hudson (Banks)
Maok; grad. Davidson (N. C.) Coll., A.B., A.M., 1883,
I.L.D., 1907; Mo. State Univ., (LL.B., 1887; m. Port Jeffer-
son, L. I., N. Y- June 1, 1899, Minnie Frank Bayles; one
son, William Bayles, b. Oct. 20, 1903. Editor-in-chief
Cyclopedia of Law and Procedure. Address: 27 Cedar
St., N. T. City.

Capitalist: b. San Francisco, Calif., April 17, 1874;
only son of John W. Mackay (distinguished mine op-
erator and banker and joint founder with James Gor-
don Bennett of the Commercial Cable Co. and Postal
Telegraph-Cable Co.) and of Marie Louise (Hunger-
ford-Brvant) Mackay; ed. at home by private tutors
ami ntti-nded the Vanglrard Col] . Paris, and Beaumont
Coll., Windsor, Eng.; m. May 17. 189S, Katherine Alex-
ander Duer, of an old Knickerbocker family. In 1894
entered his father's office in order to familiarize him-
self with the great business enterprises of which is
now the head; elected pres. Am. iForcite Powder Co.,
1S9(>, serving until 1899: became dir., 1896, v.-p. 1897
and since father's death in 1902 has been pres. Com-
mercial Cable Co. and Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. Dir.
Am. Exchange Nat. Bank, Equitable Trust Co., of U. S.
Mortgage and Trust Co., Commercial Co. of Cuba, Pa-
cific Cable Co.. Pacific Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.;
Southern Pacific Co, Canadian Pacific R'y Co.; was
formerly trustee N. Y r . Life Ins. Co. Enthusiastic
sportsman and fond of athletics; formerly owned a
large stable of thoroughbreds, but disposed of his
racing stable in 1902. Clubs: N. Y. Yacht, Atlantic
Yacht. Union. Lawyers. Metropolitan, Racquet and Ten-
nis. Residence: "Harbor Hill," Roslyn, L. I. Address:
253 Broadway. N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Brooklyn, N. Y'., Sept. 28. 1854; s. John
Sutherland and Mary Wilson (Devereux) Mackay; ed.
public schools, Brooklyn Poly. Inst.; m. Feb. 5, 1880,
Annie R. Barnes; children: Madeline. Donald, Hugh,
Alfred, Lois, George. Mem. firm Vermilye & Co.. 1880-
1905; Mackay & Co.. since 1905; pres. Acme Ballbearing
Co. Republican; Catholic. Mem. B'd Mg'rs Roman
Catholic Orphan Asylum, Knights of Columbus, duns:
Metropolitan, Republican. Address: 27 Pine St., N. Y.


Police comm'r, City of N. Y.; grad. Mil. Acad., West
Point; former 1st li ?ut., Coast Art'y, U. S. A.; chief
insp., Aqueduct Police; first deputy police comm'r. City
of N. Y.: appt'd police comm'r, City of N. Y'., Dec. 31.
1913. Address: 240 Centre St., N. Y. City.


Journalist, publisher; b. Ogdensburg, N. Y., Oct. 19.
1864; s. Robert Horatio and Mary (Clark) McKav; ed.
public schools of Can. and N. Y. ; unmarried. Began
newspaper work as editor and publisher Fulton (N. Y.)
Times at age of 19; in 1886. at age of 21. joined staff
N. Y r . Sun: special writer for N Y. Herald, Bok Syndi-
cate and Brooklyn Eagle; in 1S90. in company with F.
M. Munson, established Brooklyn Life; in 1900 bought
The Home Journal, founded by N. P. Willis, and
changed name of the paper to Town and Country, pub-
lished bv The Stuyvesant Co., of which is pres. and
dir.; also publisher of Bit and Spur, pres. and dir. The
Angus Co. Traveled extensively in Europe. Independ-
ent in polities. Clubs: Calumet, Aldine. Garden City
Golf. Oakland Golf. Residence: AValdorf-Astona. Ad-
dress: 389 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.

Theatrical manager, proprietor of the Savoy and the
Garrick theatres. >Mg'r for Miss Mary Mannering and
other stars. For manv years and up to the death of
Charles H. Hoyt, in 1900, was a mem. firm of Hoyt &
McKee. In earlv life was with Haverly's Minstrels, and
among his associates in that organization were Charles
Frohman, Alfred Hayman and Peter Daly. Address:
125 W. 44th St., N. Y. City.

Importer; b. Upper Sandusky. O.. May 2, 1S65; s. John
D. and Marie Louise (Rappfi) McKee; ed. Lawrenceville
Sch., Princeton Univ.; m. Cincinnati. O., June 8, 1893.
Nora Lowe: one son: Ralph Lowe, b. 1894. Sec. and
treas. The Formosa Mercantile Co. Democrat; Episco-
palian. Elected mem. N. Y. State Assembly 1912-1913.
Recreation: Golf. Clubs: Princeton. 'Staten Island,



Staten Island Cricket, Richmond Country, Mountain
Golf, Fort Orange (Albany). Residence: 18 Central
Av., Tompkinsville, S. I. Address: 97 Water St., N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Sandusky, O., May 24, 1863; s. John and
Jane (Huntington) McKelvey; grad. Oberlin Coll., A.B.,
1884; Harvard Univ. Law Sch., A.M., LL.B., 1887; m.
Cleveland, O., July 12, 1887, Mary C. Mattocks; chil-
dren: Mary Alice, b. 1889; Constance, b. 1891; Ruth, b.
1893; Jane Huntington, b 1902. Was admitted to the
bar 1888; dir. and mem. Exec. Com. Lumber Ins. Co. of
N. Y. ; pres. and dir. Toledo Fire and Marine Ins. Co.;
sec. and dir. Along-the-Hudson Co. Mem. N. T. City
Bar Ass'n, Met. Museum of Art, Am. Museum of Nat-
ural History, N. E. Soc, Ohio Soc; trustee Edgehill
Ch., Spuyten Duyvll. Author: Principles of Common
Law Pleading, Handbook of the Law of Evidence.
Clubs: City, Ardsley. Residence: Palisade Av., Spuyten
Duyvil, N. Y. Address: 84 William St., N. Y. City.


Fire ins.; b. Sandusky, O., Dec. 7, 1877; s. John and
Jennie Rowland (Huntington) McKelvey; ed. Oberlin
Coll., A.B., 1901; Ohio State Univ., Stanford Univ.; m.
N. Y. City, July 15, 1903, Helen Adelaide Fairchlld;
children: Ralph Fairchlld, b. 1904; Helen Fairchild, b.
1906; John Fairchild, b. 1910. Sec. and dir. Lumber
Ins. Co. of N. Y. ; dir. Underwriters Press, Toledo Fire
& Marine Ins. Co.; sec. and treas. Lumber Insurers'
Gen. Agency. Residence: Johnson Av., Spuyten Duyvil,
N. Y., and Suffern, N. Y. Address: 84 William St., N. Y.


Editor; b. Columbia, Mo., Mar. 15, 1845; 8. Alexander
J. McKelway, M. D. and Mary (Ryan) of Philadelphia;
g.-s. John McKelway, M. D., grad. of Edinburgh
Univ., who lived in Trenton fifty years; ed. by private
tutors; hon. A.M. Colgate, 1883; LL.D., Syracuse, 1890;
Univ. of Mo., 1904; Princeton, 1904; N. Y. Univ., 1913;
L.H.D. Union, 1897; D.C.L. St. Lawrence, 1898. Family
moved from Mo. to N. J., 1853; m. 1st, 1867, Eleanor
Hutchinson (died 1884); 2nd, 1888, Virginia Brooks
Thompson. Admitted to bar in N. Y. 1866, but never
practiced. Entered journalism; writer for several pa-
pers, including The Brooklyn Eagle. Joined regular
staff of that paper 1868. Served as leader writer till
1885. when became editor-in-chief. Regent of Univ.
of State of N. Y. since 1883. Vice-Chancellor 1900;
acting Chancellor 1905-1912, during absence of Ambas-
sador Whitelaw Reid. Elected Chancellor on latter's
death, 1913. Mem. Mil. Order of Loyal Legion, Nat.
Inst, of Arts and Letters, Social Science Ass'n, etc.
Writer and speaker on civic subjects. Residence: 21
Monroe PI. Address: The Eagle, Brooklyn, N. Y.


Associate Justice Supreme Court of U. S.; b. Phila-
delphia, Pa., Aug. 10, 1843; s. John and Mary McKenna;
ed. St. Joseph's Coll., Pa., 1855, public schs. and Colle-
giate Inst., Benicia, Cal. ; m. Amanda F. Borneman.
Admitted to bar 1865; twice elected dist. att'y for So-
lano County, Calif., beginning March, 1866; served in
lower house of legislature in sessions of 1875, 1876;
elected to 49th, 50th, 51st, and 52d Congresses; resigned
as mem. of Congress to accept position of U. S. Circuit
Judge, to which was appt'd by Pres. Harrison, 1893; re-
signed office to become Att'y Gen. of U. S. in Cabinet
of Pres. McKinley: appt'd Asso. Justice Supreme Court
of U. S., Dec. 16, 1897. Address: Washington, D. C.


Lawyer; b. Allentown, Monmouth County, N. J., Julv
8, 1871; s. Thomas and Mary (Farrell) McKenna; ed.
Long Branch (N. J.) High Sch., Columbia Univ., LL.B.,
1893; m. N Y. City, Aug. 20, 1902, Sadie M. O'Reilly;
children: Francis E., Sarah M., Marion M., Thomas C.
Dir. in a number of companies. Has served as city so-
licitor of Long Branch, N. J.; mem. Second Troop Cav-
alry of N. J. Catholic. Mem. N. Y. County Lawyers'
Ass'n, Am. Bar Ass'n, West End Ass'n, Acad, of Polit.
Science, Alumni Ass'n of Columbia Univ., Knights of
Columbus, Federation of Catholic Socs. Recreations:
Horseback riding, golf, and automobiling. Clubs:
Lawyers, Catholic, N. Y. Athletic, Economic. Graduates,
Deal Golf, Automobile of N. J. Address: 111 Broadway,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Cambridge, Mass.; s. Colin Grant (known
as the Scotch poet of America) and Amelia (Marvin)
Mackenzie; ed. Princeton Univ., B.S., Univ. State of N.
Y., LL.B.; unmarried. Started law apprenticeship in
N. Y. City, 1894; engaged in gen. practise of law under
own name until 1908, when formed a law partnership
with late Charles L. Burr, under firm name of Macken-
zie & Burr, with offices in Mutual Life Bld'g, N. Y.

City. In 1912 became partner of Paul FaJber under
firm name Faber & Co., bankers, with offices at Cal-
gary, Can., N. Y., London and Europe. Mem. N. Y.
County Lawyers' Ass'n, Am. Geog. Soc,, Law Inst.
Recreations: Golf, hunting and fishing. Clubs: Prince-
ton (N. Y. City), Tiger Inn, Greenwich Country, City
Lunch, Canadian Camp, British Columbia. Residence:
44 W. 44th St. Address: 37 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Pres. Nat. Storage Co.; b. Ross-shire, Scotland. Jan.
25, 1858; s. John Francis Campbell Mackenzie, Admiral
Royal Navy, and Annabella Fullarton (Stirling) Mac-
kenzie; grad. Oxford Univ., and Liverpool Coll., A.A.;
commercial course at Business Coll.. Hanover, Ger-
many; received preliminary degrees in med. surgery,
Edinburgh Univ.; m. Albemarle Co., Va July 18, 1888,
Julia Strieker Coles; children: Julia May Louise, b.
Oct. 23, 1889; Kenneth Roderick, b. Aug. 2, 1891. Con-
nected with Oriental Banking Corp'n; passed civil ser-
vice competitive examination for Royal Irish Constab-
ulary; planted coffee in Ceylon. Served through Basuto
War in S. Africa. Mem. Ch. of England; mem. St. An-
drew's Soc. Recreations: Mountln climbing, motoring.
Clubs: Isthmian (London), Plainfield Kennel (pres.).
Am. Kennel. Residence: Plainfield, N. J. Address: 108
Produce Exchange, N. Y. City.

Mckenzie, george Washington

Lawyer; >b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 24, 1871; s. Thomas
H. B. and Emma Gertrude (Moreland) McKenzle; grad.
N. Y. Univ., LL.B., 1892; m. Feb. 11, 1896, Anna Moser
Crane; children: George W., Jr., Alfred Crane, Frank
Russell. Served as chief clerk in Corporation Coun-
sel's office, City of Brooklyn, 1893-1896. Dir. and sec.
Theodore A. Crane's Sons Co., ship yard and dry docks;
dir. Montauk Bank. Mem. Brooklyn Bar Ass'n, Brook-
lyn League, Associate Soc. U. S. Grant Post, G. A. R.,
Montauik Lodge, F. and A. M. Address: 210 Lincoln
Road, Brooklyn, N. Y.


Secretary; b. Brooklyn. N. Y., Feb. 3, 1845; s. James
and Elizabeth (Elder) McKeon; grad. Public Sch. No.
1, Brooklyn, N. Y.; m. Brooklyn, May 10, 1866, Lizzie
Jane Eason; children: Mrs. Frank F. Healey, James E.,
Robert Lincoln, Mrs. Edmund Bartlett, Isabella Cooper,
Charles Wilson, Harold Nisbet. In business in Brook-
lyn 36 years. Sec. and trustee Kings Co. Savings
Inst'n. Republican; Presby'n; trustee and treas. Ross
St. Presby'n Ch., 26 years. Pres. Eastern Dist. Citi-
zens' Ass'n; trustee Eastern Dist. Hosp. Pres. D. I.
Life Savings Ass'n. Pres. Soc. Old Brooklynites, Royal
Arcanum, Knights of Honor. Mason, 32. Asso. mem.
Grant Post, 327, G. A. R. Clubs: Union League of
Brooklyn (pres. 1897-1898. mem. B'd Govs. 17 years).
Congress. Residence: 587 Bedford Ay., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Address: Broadway and Bedford Av., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Expert structural architect; b. Boston, Mass., 1863;
s. Judge John W. (of Mass.) and Margaretta Fisher
(Prettyman) McKlm (of Delaware); grad. Mass. Inst.
Technology, S.B., Dep't Architecture, Columbia Univ.,
A.M., four terms at Technlsche Hochschule, Berlin,
Germany. Associated with prominent N. Y. architects
on their larger works, especially those having struc-
tural problems. Architect for B. & E. Edgewater
Plant, Davies Coal Pockets and other mf'g plants; ex-
pert for City of N. Y. In recreation piers and other
dock work: consulting concrete expert for Numismatic,
Stanford, Municipal and other concrete buildings; ex-
pert in numerous bld'g litigations; chm'n B'd of Elec-
tion Inspectors of Mutual Life Ins. Co.. 1906: N. Y.
State Inspector of Docks and Dams. Albany, since
1911. Episcopalian. Mem. Am. Soc. Civil Eng'rs. Ar-
chitectural League of N. Y. Clubs: University, Tech-
nology (pres.), Nat. Arts (gov.). Architectural League
(ex-com), Columbia Univ. Architects (Bld'g Code
Com.), Thurlngia (Berlin, Germany), Fort Orange (Al-
bany). Address: 17 Gramercy Park, N. Y. City.


Lawyer: b. Pittsfield. Pa, Feb. 15, 1869: s. John L and
Ida (Ford) McKinney; ed. public schs., Hill Sch.. Potts-
town, Pa., Princeton Univ., A.B., A.M., class 1891; N. Y.
Law Sch., LL.B.. 1893; m. Mt. Vernon, N. Y., May 3,
1898, Annette Reynaud; one son: John R.. b. Oct 15,
1900. In gen. practice of law since admission to bar,
making specialty in estates and corp'n law. Inde-
pendent. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y.. Am. Museum of
Natural History, N. Y. Zool. Soc, Am. Game Protective
Ass'n. Recreation: Outdoor sports. Clubs: University,
Princeton, Larchmont Yacht. Address: 52 William St..
N. Y. City.


Lawver: b. Oquawka. 111.. Feb. 3. 1865: s. John and
Elmira' (Kendall) McKinney; ed. Monmouth Coll.. Mon-



mouth, 111., A.M.; Union Coll. of Law, Chicago, LL.B.,
1886; m. Northport, X. v.. 1S91, Loretta Beebe; children:
Mira, John. Has principally been engaged in law lit-
erary work. Has been editor Federal Statutes, anno-
tated (1906) 10 vols.; Encyclopaedia of Pleading and
Practice (1S95-1902), 23 vols.; Am. and English Ency-
clopaedia of Law and Practice; Law Notes Magazine;
Am. and English Railroad Cases; Am. and English
Corporation Cases. Author; McKinney on Fellow Ser-
vants. Pres. Edward Thompson Co., law publishers.
Northport. L. I., N. Y. Mem. Senate State of N. Y.,
1901-1902; mem. Republican State Com. of N. Y., 1903.
Republican. Mem. Am. Bar Ass'n. Royal Arch Mason,
Asharoken Chapter No. 28S. Address: Northport, L. I.,
N. Y.


Publisher; b. Prince Edward Is., May 24, 1879; a.
James L. and Mary E. (Bowness) Mackinnon; grad.
Harvard Univ., A.B., 1902; m. Boston, Mass., Dec. 22,
1901, Maibelle B. Hayden; children: Bergan A., Jr., b.
June 14, 1904; Marjorie, b. Dec 2. 1910. Circulation
mg'r Everybody's Magazine, 1905-1907, Woman's Home
Companion, 1906-1907. Pictorial Review, since 1907;
also mem. of firm. Private in Boston Cadets. Mass.
Vol. Militia, 1900-1903. Mem. Delta Upsilon fraternity.
Periodical Publishers' Ass'n. Recreations: Tennis,
Golf, motoring, yachting. Clubs: Harvard, Manhasset
Bay Yacht, Port Washington Yacht. Residence: Port
Washington, L. I. Address: 222-226 W. 39th St., N. Y.


Investment securities; >b. Ayrshire, Scotland, Feb. 28,
1S68; s. John and Mary (Wallace) McKinnon; ed. pub-
lic schs. of Scotland and Boston; m. Oct. 20, 1889, Lil-
lian A. Robinson; children: John W., Jr., Lillian C
Madeline A Dorothy. In 1891 formed partnership in
Boston with Ira M. Cobe to handle investments; moved
to Chicago, 1895, and has ever since continued same
business as mem. firm of Cobe & McKinnon. In 1899,
with Mr. Cobe, organized the Assets Realization Co.,
with capitalization of $10,000,000, to take over a part
of the business theretofore conducted by the firm of
Cobe & McKinnon, and is now v.-p. of that co., which
makes a specialty of reorg'n and consolidation of
corp'ns and the handling of their securities. In 190S
opened a N. Y. office at 25 Broad St. Pres. Wall St.
Exchange Bld'g Ass'n. Republican; Presby'n. Clubs:
Union League, Chicago Automobile, Midday. South
Shore Country (Chicago), Lawyers, Whitehall, City,
Citv Midday (N. Y.). Nassau Country, Greenwich Coun-
try. Residence: 337 Riverside Drive. Address: 25
Broad St., N. Y. City.


Editor, publisher; b. Fredonia. N. Y., Dec. 9, 1844; s.
Willard and Maria A. (Durlin) McKinstry; ed. Fredo-
nia Acad.; m. Fredonia, Oct. 8, 1868, Theodosia F.
Houghton; children: Grace, Arabelle. Editor and pub-
lisher since 1867 of the Fredonia Censor, of which his
father, Willard McKinstry, was publisher from 1842
till his death (Jan. 26, 1899). Mem. and sec. State
Normal Sch. B'd, 1874-1892; mem. Constitutional Conv.,
1894; clerk to Speaker S. F. Nixon of Assembly, 1898-
1905, inclusive. Republican: Episcopalian. Charter
mem. since 1868 Fredonia Grange No. 1, P. of H., the
first grange established. Address: Fredonia, Chautau-
qua Co., N. Y.


Architect; b. London, Eng., Oct., 1861; s. Alexander
and Elizabeth (Smith) Mackintosh; m. Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Dec. 6. 1911, Jeannette E., d. of Augustus P. Day; one
son: Alexander Day, b. 1912. Studied architecture in
prominent English and Scotch architects' offices,
1878-1892; traveled through Italy, France, etc., 1892;
admitted to Royal Acad, of Arts, London, 1888, win-
ning two premiums for designs, 1889-1890; silver med-
alist; also winner of Sir William Tite's prize, R.I.B.A.,
1S90-1S91; elected asso. Royal Inst. British Architects,
by examination, 1892; Am. Inst, of Architects, 1904.
Architect of the Colt and L'Enfant Bld'gs. Paterson,
N. J., All Angels' Church, Twilight Inn., Twilight Park,
N. Y., North Side Bank, Brooklyn, Empire Bld'g. N. Y.
Citv: mem. Troop C, N. G. N. Y., 1897-1903; pres. Brook-
lyn Chapter, Am. Inst. Architects, 1910-1912; mem. Ar-
chitectural League of N. Y., Municipal Arts Soc. St.
Andrew's Soc. Recreations: Golf, tennis, riding. Clubs:
Hamilton, Dyker Meadow Golf (Brooklyn), British
Schools and Universities, National Arts (N. Y. City).
Address: 55 Bible House. Astor PI., N. Y. City.

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