Hubert ("Doug") Douglas McKenzie (1882 - 1970)

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Nicknames: "Douglas"
Birthplace: Gilbert Plains, MB, Canada
Death: Died in St Clements, MB, Canada
Occupation: Old England 1955
Managed by: Karen Irving
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About Hubert ("Doug") Douglas McKenzie

In 1901 Douglas and his brothers, Ben Jr., Sam, Ferd and Archie helped their father and other parishioners build the little Mustard Seed Chapel at the mouth of the Red River (later called Robinson Spur). Daughter Jean said that Douglas and his brothers “all grew up to be Carpenters, taught by their father. They all had a chance to be well educated at St John's College. But our grandfather wanted them to be Carpenters, and be humble, like our Lord. Dad and his brothers built dredges, boats and numerous houses in the district. They also built schools in Hodgson, Black River and Fairford, MB, often only making a dollar a day. ”A comment from daughter Jean: In his retirement years, Dad did ox-cart carvings; one was given to Mr Duff ROBLIN, then Premier of Manitoba. Another is presently at Lower Fort Garry and also one in Dr EASTON's office, Selkirk. Source:

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Hubert ("Doug") McKenzie's Timeline

July 2, 1882
Gilbert Plains, MB, Canada
Age 25
May 22, 1909
Age 26
December 19, 1913
Age 31
Age 32
Age 32