Janet Mackay

(April 1890 - 14 July 1951)
     Janet Mackay was born in April 1890 in New York, USA. She was the daughter of David Mackay and Mary King.
     Janet died on 14 July 1951 in New York, USA, aged 61. She was buried at Mt Olivet cemetery, 65-40 Grand Avenue, Maspeth.

Janet MacKay

     Janet MacKay married Sir Benjamin Sutherland Dunbar 3rd Bart of Hempriggs, son of Sir William Dunbar 2nd Bart of Hempriggs and Henrietta Rose, on 10 December 1784 in Reay, Caithness. She was the daughter of George McKay of Bighouse and they had 2 sons and 3 daughters.

Janet Ann Mackay

(5 June 1834 - )
     Janet Ann Mackay was born on 5 June 1834 in Cromarty, Ross & Cromarty. She was the daughter of William Mackay and Janet MacKenzie. Janet Ann Mackay was christened on 4 July 1834 in Cromarty.

John Mackenzie Mackay

(21 January 1838 - )
     John Mackenzie Mackay was born on 21 January 1838 in Cromarty, Ross & Cromarty. He was the son of William Mackay and Janet MacKenzie. John Mackenzie Mackay was christened on 26 March 1838 in Cromarty.

Justina Anderson Mackenzie Mackay

(23 February 1844 - )
     Justina Anderson Mackenzie Mackay was born on 23 February 1844 in Cromarty, Ross & Cromarty. She was the daughter of William Mackay and Janet MacKenzie. Justina Anderson Mackenzie Mackay was christened on 15 April 1844 in Cromarty.
     Justina Anderson Mackenzie Mackay married George Mackay.
     Justina Anderson Mackenzie Mackay and George Mackay appeared on the 1891 census in 1 Hill St, Dingwall. George MacKay, 40, Justina A MacKay, 45; Hector MacKay, 11, Justina C MacKay 9, Nella M MacKay 6, William F MacKay 3, Grace MacKay, sister in law, 65, born Cromarty.

Katherine MacKay

(before 1760 - )
     Katherine MacKay was also known as Catherine Mackay in records. She was born before 1760 in Kilmuir Easter, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.
     Katherine MacKay married John Riach alias MacKenzie before 1770.

Children of Katherine MacKay and John Riach alias MacKenzie

Mary Amelia MacKay

(1897 - 29 November 1926)
     Mary Amelia MacKay was born in 1897 in Bogan Gate, New South Wales. She was the daughter of Mary Ann Bell /McKay.
     Mary Amelia MacKay married Edward Peter MacPherson, son of George MacPherson and Lillie Sarah Elizabeth Pullen Judd, on 29 October 1918 in Parkes, New South Wales, Australia.
     Mary died on 29 November 1926 in Parkes, NSW.

Child of Mary Amelia MacKay and Edward Peter MacPherson

Robert Mackay

     Robert Mackay married Williamina Anne Boniman, daughter of James Boniman and Christina Mackay, before 1904.
     Robert Mackay and Williamina Anne Boniman arrived in 1924 at Victoria.

Child of Robert Mackay and Williamina Anne Boniman

Unknown MacKay

(say 1890 - February 1993)
     Unknown MacKay was born say 1890 in Port of Menteith, Perthshire, Scotland. He was the son of Hector MacKay and Elizabeth Robertson.
     Unknown died in February 1993 in Port of Menteith, Perthshire.

William Mackay

(11 June 1791 - between 1851 and 1861)
     William Mackay was born on 11 June 1791 in Kilmuir Easter, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.
     William Mackay married Janet MacKenzie on 20 November 1819 in Cromarty, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.
     William died between 1851 and 1861.

Children of William Mackay and Janet MacKenzie

William Mackay

(3 April 1831 - )
     William Mackay was born on 3 April 1831 in Cromarty, Ross & Cromarty. He was the son of William Mackay and Janet MacKenzie. William Mackay was christened on 27 April 1831 in Cromarty.

Barbara MacKenry

(5 January 1925 - 31 July 1995)
     Barbara MacKenry was born on 5 January 1925 in Coleraine, Victoria. She was the daughter of James McHenry and Jamesina Malcolm.
     Barbara MacKenry married Charles John Killigrew Kearns, son of Daniel Patrick Kearns and Annie Veronica Dunbar, on 16 April 1949 in Victoria.
     Barbara died on 31 July 1995 in Geelong, Victoria, aged 70.

Child of Barbara MacKenry and Charles John Killigrew Kearns

Alexander MacKenzie alias Bain

(29 September 1773 - )
     Alexander MacKenzie alias Bain was christened on 29 September 1773 in Kilmuir Easter, Ross & Cromarty. McKenzie, William, fisher in Portleich had by his wife Lillias Munro a child baptised Alexander 29th September. He was the son of William MacKenzie and Lillias Munro.
     Alexander MacKenzie alias Bain married Isabel Munro on 1 June 1792 in Kilmuir Easter, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. Alexander was a fisher, in Kilmuir Easter, ROC, SCT.

Children of Alexander MacKenzie alias Bain and Isabel Munro

William MacKenzie alias Bain

(4 February 1795 - )
     William MacKenzie alias Bain was born on 4 February 1795 in Portleich, Kilmuir Easter, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was the son of Alexander MacKenzie alias Bain and Isabel Munro. William MacKenzie alias Bain was christened on 16 February 1795 in Kilmuir Easter.

Mary MacKenzie or Reach

(20 October 1745 - )
     Mary MacKenzie or Reach was christened on 20 October 1745 in Dingwall, Ross & Cromarty.

Agnes MacKenzie

( - after 1629)
     Agnes MacKenzie was born She was the seventh child of Roderick Mor Mackenzie of Redcastle and Florence Munro and sister of Colin Mackenzie.
. She was the daughter of Roderick MacKenzie (of Redcastle) and Finguella (Florence) Munro.
     Agnes MacKenzie married Rev John Dunbar, son of Rev John Dunbar and Margaret Urquhart?.
     Agnes died after 1629. She was buried in February 1637 in the South aisle, Rosemarkie, Ross & Cromarty. The Sepuchral monument of the honourable John Dunbar of Bennethfield, Agnes McKenzie his spouse, and of his predeccessors and successors, carying the surname of Dunbar.

Children of Agnes MacKenzie and Rev John Dunbar

Agnes MacKenzie

     Agnes MacKenzie was the daughter of Kenneth MacKenzie VII and Agnes or Ann Fraser.
     Agnes MacKenzie married Roderick MacLeod (of Lewis). Agnes married Roderick Macleod, VII. of Lewis, with issue.

Agnes MacKenzie

     Agnes MacKenzie married James Dunbar.
     Contract of wadset whereby George, Earl of Seaforth, heritable proprietor of the lands undermentioned, with consent, granted to Colin Mackenzie of Munlochie [Munlochy], in return for 9000 merks, a wadset over the davach land of Wester Ratherie [Rattray?] and three quarters of the lands of Awache [Avoch] extending to six oxgates of one davach, under reservation of liferent of a third part of the lands and mill of Awache to Agnes Mackenzie, widow of James Dunbar, and such title and possession as Elizabeth Neismethe [Nasmith] widow of Captain Bernard Mackenzie, had to the said lands, mill or rents thereof..

Alastair Ian Fraser MacKenzie

(2 July 1902 - 1981)
Alistair Ian Mackenze aged 19
     Alastair Ian Fraser MacKenzie was born on 2 July 1902 in 9 Battlefield Gardens, Langside, Glasgow, Scotland. He was the son of Donald Alexander MacKenzie and Elizabeth Fraser.      
Alastair Ian Fraser MacKenzie emigrated from Liverpool on 21 April 1923 to Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, per "Suffolk". Alastair Mackenzie aged 20 arrived in Melbourne on 23 June having departed Liverpool on 21 April 1923. His last UK address was given as 19 Mirchiston Cres, Edinburgh..
     Alastair Ian Fraser MacKenzie married Florence Francis Lovell in 1925 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
Alastair Ian Fraser MacKenzie was declared bankrupt in March 1952 in Melbourne, Victoria. He was examined on 13 March 1952, no result reported..
     Alastair died in 1981 in Croydon, Victoria.

Child of Alastair Ian Fraser MacKenzie and Florence Francis Lovell

Alexander MacKenzie

(7 June 1785 - )
     Alexander MacKenzie was also known as Riach in records. He was born on 7 June 1785 in Portleich, Kilmuir Easter, Ross & Cromarty. He was the son of William MacKenzie and Christian MacKenzie. Alexander MacKenzie was christened on 11 June 1785 in Kilmuir Easter. June 11, William Mackenzie alias Riach, fisherman in Portlich & Christian Mackenzie his wife had a child baptised named Alexander. Witness: Alexr Bain & Alexr Fraser both fishermen in Portlich, the child was born the 7th.

Alexander MacKenzie

(15 August 1795 - )
     Alexander MacKenzie was born on 15 August 1795 in Portleich, Kilmuir Easter, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was the son of John MacKenzie and Christian MacKenzie. Alexander MacKenzie was christened on 22 August 1795 in Kilmuir Easter.

Alexander MacKenzie

(before 1780 - )
     Alexander MacKenzie was born before 1780 in Kilmuir Easter, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.
     Alexander MacKenzie married Margaret Forbes on 9 March 1798 in Kilmuir Easter, ROC, SCT. Alexander was a fisher, in Kilmuir Easter, ROC, SCT.

Children of Alexander MacKenzie and Margaret Forbes

Alexander MacKenzie

     Alexander MacKenzie was the son of Colin MacKenzie and Barbara Grant.
     Alexander, first of Kilcoy, now represented by Colonel Burton Mackenzie.
Alexander Mackenzie, I. of Kilcoy, third son of Colin, XI. of Kintail, had four sons, of whom the youngest, Roderick, obtained the lands of Kilmuir, in the Black Isle. He became a successful lawyer, Sheriff-Depute, and Member of Parliament, and was knighted by Charles II. Sir Roderick, at the same time proprietor of Findon, acquired several other properties by purchase.
He died in 1692, and on the death of his only son in the following year, without issue, his unentailed estates, which were not included in the Barony, and which had become very considerable,
and all his moveable property, were divided equally among his four
daughters, as heirs portioners. Isobel, the third of these ladies, on the 22nd of August, 1693, married, as his first wife, Simon Mackenzie, the Advocate, and carried to him in 1699 as her portion,
the estate of Allan - formerly the property and residence of the Earl of Seaforth - which has ever since been known as Allangrange. Alexander MacKenzie was also known as Alexander MacKenzie (of Kilcoy) in records.

Children of Alexander MacKenzie

Alexander MacKenzie

     Alexander MacKenzie was born illegitimate. Colin also had also a natural son, Alexander, by Margaret, daughter of Roderick Mackenzie, second of Davochmaluag, who became the founder of the families of Applecross and Coul. He was the son of Colin MacKenzie.

Alexander MacKenzie

     Alexander MacKenzie was the son of Kenneth MacKenzie and Isabella Ogilvie.
     Alexander, the eldest son of the second marriage died without issue.

Alexander MacKenzie

(circa 1398 - 1488)
     Alastair Ionraic, or Alexander the Upright, so called "for his
righteousness." He was among the Western barons summoned in 1427,
to meet King James I. at Inverness, who, on his return from a long
captivity in England, in 1424, determined to put down the rebellion
and oppression which was then and for some time previously so rampant in the Highlands. To judge by the poceedings of a Parliament held at Perth on the 30th September 1426, James
exhibited a foresight and appreciation of the conduct of the lairds in those days, and passed laws which might with good effect, and with equal propriety, be applied to the state of affairs in our own time. In that Parliament an Act was passed which, among other
things, ordained that, north of the Grampians, the fruit of those
lands should be expended in the country where those lands lie. The
Act is as follows: "It is ordanit be the King ande the Parliament that everilk lorde hafande landis bezonde the mownthe (the Grampians) in the quhilk landis in auld tymes there was castellis, fortalyces and manerplaicis, big, reparell and reforme their castellis and
maneris, and duell in thame, be thameself, or be ane of thare frendis for the gracious gournall of thar landis, be gude polising and to expende ye fruyt of thar landis in the countree where thar landis lyis." [Invernessiana, p.102.].
     Alexander MacKenzie married Anna MacDougall. Alexander married first, Anna, daughter of John Macdougall of
Dunolly, with issue -
1. Kenneth, his heir and successor.
2. Duncan, progenitor of the Mackenzies of Hilton, and their branches, and of whom in their order as the senior cadet family of the clan.

He married secondly Margaret, daughter of Macdonald of Morar, a
cadet of Clanranald, with issue -
3. Hector Roy or "Eachainn Ruadh," from whom are descended the
Mackenzies of Gairloch and their various offshoots, of whom in their proper place.
4. A daughter, who married Allan Macleod, Hector Roy's predecessor
in Gairloch.

He is also said to have had a natural son, Dugal, who became a priest and was Superior of the Priory of Beauly, which he repaired about 1478, and in which he is buried. This ecclesiastic is said by others to have been Alexander's brother. [Anderson's 'History of the Frasers,' p.66; and MS. History of the Mackenzies.]
. Alexander MacKenzie was born circa 1398. He was the son of Murdoch MacKenzie.
     Alexander died in 1488 in Kinellan, Ross & Cromarty?. Alexander died having attained the extreme old age of 90 years, was buried in the Priory of Beauly, and was succeeded by his eldest son by the first marriage.

Children of Alexander MacKenzie and Anna MacDougall

Alexander MacKenzie

     Alexander MacKenzie was the son of Kenneth MacKenzie VII and Agnes or Ann Fraser.
     Thrid son and first of the family of Davochmaluag
.

Alexander MacKenzie

( - 1575)
     Alexander MacKenzie was the son of Kenneth MacKenzie and Helen Loval.
     ALEXANDER MACKENZIE, second of Killichrist, who, in 1571, obtained a charter from James VI. of the lands of Suddie, which had been granted to his father in 1526. He married Agnes, only child of Roderick Mackenzie, third son of Allan, II. of Hilton, with issue
1. Kenneth, his heir and successor.
2. John, Archdean of Ross, I. of Inverlael, who married Margaret,
daughter of William Innes of Culrossie, and had a son, Kenneth, II. of Inverlael, who married Agnes, daughter of William Fraser, V. of Culbokie (sasine on marriage contract in 1629), without
issue male, and the Rev. Thomas, also Archdean of Ross, III. of Inverlael. Thomas married Agnes, daughter of Hector Douglas of Muldearg, with issue - John, who succeeded as IV. of Inverlael, and Thomas, a W.S. in Edinburgh, who died unmarried. John, IV. of Inverlael, had three sons who died without issue, and a daughter,
who married Alexander Mackenzie of Towie. John, the Archdean, I. of Inverlael, had a third son, Alexander, a W.S., who died unmarried; and a fourth, the Rev. James Mackenzie, minister of Nigg, who married Mary, daughter of John Rose of Broadley, with issue, from whom descended the late Right Hon. John Holt Mackenzie, who married without issue; and the late Joshua Henry Mackenzie of Belmont, Lord of Justiciary, who married Helen Ann, youngest daughter of Francis Humberston-Mackenzie, last Lord Seaforth, with issue - two daughters, Frances Mary and Penuel Augusta.
3. Murdoch, I. of Little Findon, who married Margaret, daughter of Murdoch, second son of John Mackenzie, I. of Loggie, with issue - John, II. of Little Findon.
4. Kenneth, of whom nothing is known.
5. Alexander, a natural son, Colonel in the army, and Governor of Tangiers. He had also by a German lady two sons in the French army, and two daughters, one of whom, Penelope, married Allan
Macdonald, XIX of Clanranald, killed at Sheriffmuir in 1715, without issue.
     Alexander died in 1575.

Child of Alexander MacKenzie

Alexander MacKenzie

     Alexander MacKenzie was the son of Kenneth MacKenzie.
     Alexander MacKenzie, first of Suddie. He served under Gustavus Adolphus, and married Mary, daughter of Bruce of Airth, with issue. Alexander MacKenzie was also known as Alexander MacKenzie (of Suddie) in records.      
Alexander MacKenzie was mentioned in a sasine in 1650 He had a sasine of Suddie in 1650 and anothr in 1672..

Children of Alexander MacKenzie

Alexander MacKenzie

(circa 1750 - )
     Alexander MacKenzie was born circa 1750.
     Alexander MacKenzie lived at Garve, Ross & Cromarty, 1796. He is mentioned in the Tain Kirk Session records as ... John McKenzie son of Alexr McKenzie chelsea pensioner in (Garve?).

Child of Alexander MacKenzie