Isobel Emilie MacKenzie

(3 September 1902 - 25 April 1974)
     Jean lived for many years in Hampton and in her later years lived with her daughter in Sydney. Isobel Emilie MacKenzie was commonly known as Jean. She was born on 3 September 1902 in Yarram, Victoria. She was the daughter of James MacKenzie and Emily Alice Bodman.
     Isobel Emilie MacKenzie married Lorne Campbell Abernethy in 1933 in Victoria.
     Isobel died on 25 April 1974 in Sydney, New South Wales, aged 71.

Lorne Campbell Abernethy

(4 March 1900 - 1 May 1969)
     Lorne Campbell Abernethy was commonly known as "Bobs". He was born on 4 March 1900 in Victoria.
     He played 2 games, 0 goals for the Melbourne Football Club in 1923.
     Lorne Campbell Abernethy married Isobel Emilie MacKenzie, daughter of James MacKenzie and Emily Alice Bodman, in 1933 in Victoria.
     Lorne died on 1 May 1969 in Blackburn, Victoria, aged 69.

Lily Weston

(circa 1858 - 29 June 1920)
     Lily Weston was born circa 1858 in 'Bringembrong Station', Upper Murray, New South Wales. Born in 1859 if aged 17 at her daughter's birth in May 1876 as stated on the certificate, no age given on her marriage certificate, but no consent mentioned either. Her age at death in 1920 was stated as 62, but her headstone gives 61.. She was the daughter of Edward Weston and Anne Riddell.
     Lily Weston married William MacKenzie, son of William MacKenzie and Isabella Tindal, on 14 July 1875 in St David's Manse, Presbyterian church, Albury, New South Wales. William MacKenzie, bachelor, engine fireman of Wodonga & Lilly Weston, spinster, living with friends, of Wodonga. Witnessed by Andrew & Ann Smith (her grandmother?). Lilly made her mark.
     Lily was registered at Won Wron, Victoria, on the 1919 electoral roll.
     Lily died of renal colic on 29 June 1920 in Macks Creek, Won Wron. Obituary: A wide circle of friends last week learnt with regret, of the death of Mrs. William McKenzie, widow of Mr. William McKenzie of Heathville, Lower Bulga, of which sad event took place at her residence on Tues. night. The deceased lady, who was a Miss Lily Weston prior to her marriage, was widely known and much esteemed in the neighborhood. Mrs. McKenzie only complained of illness the previous Thursday, but complications ensued and the end came as stated. Her remains were interred at the Yarram Cemetery on Thursday, the Rev. S. Williams officiating at the graveside. The deceased lady, who was predeceased by her husband a few years ago, is survived by a family of eleven children, one having died some years ago. She was buried on 1 July 1920 in Yarram, Victoria, Australia.
     Her will was proved on 20 July 1934. Lillian McKenze, widow of Calrossie.

Children of Lily Weston and William MacKenzie