Surname: Macy

Edwin B. Macy at his Blacksmith Shop

Ancestors of Frederick Macy of New Bedford Massachusetts

The Macy family of New Bedford is among the oldest and most prominent families of Nantucket, the name having been identified with the business interests of New Bedford for the past seventy years. The first American ancestor of the family was Thomas Macy, clothier merchant, who came, it is said, from the county of Wilts, England, and was in Newbury, Mass., a proprietor; he was a freeman of Sept. 6, 1639. He removed to Salisbury and was town officer and deputy. He removed about 1659 from there to Chilmark; his was the first family on Nantucket island. He was a

Macy, Karson Barachiah – Obituary

Karson Barachiah Macy, infant son of Barry and Mandy Macy, born Oct. 24, 2005, at Baker City, died Nov. 3, 2005, at St. Luke’s Hospital in Boise. Survivors include his parents, Barry and Mandy Macy, and brother, Khail Kenworthy, of Baker City; and grandparents Terry and Joan Macy of Baker City and Richard and Joni Kenworthy of Montrose, Colo. Used with permission from: Baker City Herald, Baker City, Oregon, November 11, 2005 Transcribed by: Belva Ticknor

Biography of Henry F. Macy, M. D.

Henry F. Macy, M. D., deceased, was born in Stark County, Ohio, in 1826. He was reared to farm life, and bad in early life the advantages of a common-school education. His father, Matthew Macy, was a native of Nantucket, Massachusetts, and a descendant from one of the oldest families of that island. His mother, nee Patience Austin, was a native of Rhode Island. Dr. Macy was reared in the pioneer days of Stark County, when educational facilities were comparatively limited, but he secured a good education, and after arriving at manhood entered upon the study of medicine, graduated at