Robert George Ferguson MacKenzie

(12 September 1908 - 9 November 1951)
     Robert George Ferguson MacKenzie was born on 12 September 1908 in Yarram, Victoria. Possibly 1907. He was the son of William MacKenzie and Mary Appleyard.
     Robert George Ferguson MacKenzie married Ethel Maud Hulley on 28 April 1927 in St Andrew's Presbyterian church, Yarram, Victoria.
     Robert was registered as a labourer, c/- Post Office at Yarram, on the 1931 electoral roll.
     Robert died on 9 November 1951 in Prince Henry's Hospital, Melbourne, Victoria, aged 43. He was buried after 9 November 1951 in the Wesleyan grave CA6, Heidelberg.

Children of Robert George Ferguson MacKenzie and Ethel Maud Hulley

Roberta MacKenzie

(1877 - 1963)
     Roberta MacKenzie was born in 1877 in Port Albert, Victoria. She was the daughter of Donald Thomson MacKenzie and Mary Ann Hodgson. Roberta MacKenzie was christened on 24 October 1877 in Won Wron.
     She is probably the Miss Bertie (Bertha) McKenzie mentioned in newspapers between 1888 and 1897. She was a bridesmaid at Benjamin Percival Johnson and Emily Kate MacKenzie's wedding on 22 December 1892 in 'Calrossie', Yarram, Victoria.
     Roberta MacKenzie married George Cornwell Nicholson on 14 December 1905 in Yarram, Victoria. NICHOLSON—McKENZIE .—On the 14th December last, at "Calrossie," Yarram Yarram, by the Rev. David Telfer, of Eaglehawk, George Cornwall, younger son of the late John Lambert Nicholson, of Castletown, Berehaven, County Cork, Ireland, and Mrs. M. Nicholson, of Mid. Brighton, to Roberta, fourth daughter of Donald T. McKenzie, of Calrossie, Yarram Yarram, South Gippsland.
     Roberta MacKenzie lived at 'Glengariff', Mountain View Rd, Montmorency, December 1930.
     Roberta MacKenzie lived at 'Glengarrif', Calrossie St, Montmorency, Victoria.
     Roberta died in 1963 in Montmorency, Victoria.

Children of Roberta MacKenzie and George Cornwell Nicholson

Roderick MacKenzie

     Roderick MacKenzie was the son of Colin MacKenzie and Barbara Grant.
     Roderick, the renowned Sir Roderick Mor Mackenzie of Coigeach, "Tutor of Kintail" and progenitor of the Earls of Cromarty, of the families of Scatwell, Tarvie, Ballone, and other minor Mackenzie septs.

Roderick MacKenzie

     Roderick MacKenzie was the son of Kenneth MacKenzie VII and Agnes or Ann Fraser.
     Roderick, 4th son & progenitor of the families of Achilty, Fairburn, Ardross, etc.

Roderick MacKenzie

     Roderick MacKenzie was the son of Kenneth MacKenzie and Helen Loval.
     Roderick, who married, with issue - Alexander and John, and a daughter, who married, first, a Mr Macdonald and secondly, the Rev. Kenneth Mackenzie, of the Torridon family, minister of Sleat,
Isle of Skye.

Roderick Mackenzie

(1907 - 1995)
     Roderick Mackenzie was born in 1907.
     Florence Marie Ruby married secondly Roderick Mackenzie circa February 1970.
     Roderick died in 1995.

Roderick MacKenzie

( - 9 December 1899)
     Roderick MacKenzie was the son of John MacKenzie and Lydia Bain. Roderick MacKenzie was born on 4 June 1823 In other correspondence Lisa gave: 06 May 1823 in Tain, Ross & Cromarty.      
Roderick MacKenzie emigrated from Scotland circa 1840 to Ontario, Canada.
     Roderick MacKenzie married Ann Ross, daughter of John Ross and Ann Cumming, on 1 February 1842 in Tain, Ross & Cromarty. He was a Baker from Tain at the time of his marriage.
     Roderick died on 9 December 1899 in Southwold, Ontario, Canada. Earlier Lisa gave 6 May 1894 at Dunwich.

Child of Roderick MacKenzie

Sir Roderick MacKenzie

( - 1692)
     Sir Roderick MacKenzie was the son of Alexander MacKenzie.
     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.
     Roderick died in 1692. 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.

Children of Sir Roderick MacKenzie

Roderick MacKenzie (of Redcastle)

( - circa 1615)
     Roderick MacKenzie (of Redcastle) was the son of Kenneth MacKenzie and Elizabeth Stewart.
     The MacKenzies of Redcastle. Roderick Mor MacKenzie, progenitor of the family of Redcastle, was third son of Kenneth Mackenzie X. of Kintail, by Elizabeth Stewart, daughter of John, second Earl of Athole. He was a distinguished warrior, and took a prominent part in the frequent encounters between the Mackenzies and the Macdonalds of Glengarry, often commanding the Clan on these occasions. In 1608 he has a
charter under the Great Seal of the lands of Redcastle. He married Florence, daughter of Robert Munro, XV. of Fowlis, with issue -
1. Murdoch, his heir and successor.
2. Colin, I. of Kincraig, of whom presently.
3. Isabel, who married Hugh Mackay of Bighouse, with issue.
4. Margaret, who married, as his first wife, Alexander Mackenzie, V. of Gairloch, with issue.
5. Helen, who married Thomas Dunbar of Grange.
6. Catharine, who married, first, in 1605, Kenneth Mackenzie, III. of Killichrist, with issue; and secondly, Thomas Chisholm of Kinneries, also with issue.
7. Agnes, who married John Dunbar of Bennetsfield.
8. Another, who married John Bayne of Tulloch.
Roderick Mor was succeeded by his eldest son, Murdoch.
.
     Roderick MacKenzie (of Redcastle) married Finguella (Florence) Munro.
     Roderick died His son Murdoch had a sasine as heir to hsi father in 1615. circa 1615.

Children of Roderick MacKenzie (of Redcastle) and Finguella (Florence) Munro

Roderick MacKenzie (VI of Redcastle)

( - 29 March 1751)
     Margaret Calder married secondly Roderick MacKenzie (VI of Redcastle) in 1707.
     Roderick died on 29 March 1751 in Redcastle, Killearnan, Ross & Cromarty.

Scott Andrew MacKenzie

(23 August 1980 - )
     Scott Andrew MacKenzie was stillborn on 23 August 1980 in Yarram, Victoria. He was buried on 29 August 1980 in the Roman Catholic section, Yarram.

Sibella MacKenzie

     Sibella MacKenzie was the daughter of Kenneth MacKenzie and Isabella Ogilvie.
     Sibella married, first, John Macleod, XIV. of Harris; secondly, Alexander Fraser, Tutor of Lovat; and thirdly, Patrick Grant, Tutor of Grant, second son of Sir John Grant of Freuchie.

Simon MacKenzie

     Simon MacKenzie was the son of Kenneth MacKenzie and Isabella Ogilvie.
     Simon Mackenzie of Lochslinn. Simon was twice married and left a numerous offspring, who will afterwards be more particularly referred to, his descendants having since the death of "the Last of the Seaforths" in 1815, without surviving male issue, carried on the male representation of the ancient family of Kintail.
Simon, who, after the death of his brother John, was designated of Lochslinn, and whose representative will be shown to be the present head and heir male of the ancient family of Kintail and Seaforth, and Chief of the Clan
.
     Simon MacKenzie married Elizabeth Bruce. He married, first, Elizabeth, daughter of the Rev. Peter Bruce of Ferrar, D.D., Principal of St. Leonard's College, St. Andrews, and son of Bruce of Fingask, by Elizabeth, daughter of Alexander Wedderburn of Blackness, with issue - five sons and one daughter, Jane, who married Robert Douglas of Katewell, in the parish of Kiltearn, Ross-shire, and secondly, Sir James Grant of Moyness.
     Simon MacKenzie married secondly Agnes Fraser in 1650. The Hon. Simon MacKenzie of Lochslinn married, secondly, in 1650 marriage contract dated at Kingillie on the 12th of January), Agnes, daughter of William Fraser, V. of Culbokie, and widow of Alexander Mackenzie, I. of Ballone, brother of Sir John Mackenzie of Tarbat, with issue:
1. Kenneth Mor Mackenzie, first of Glenmarkassie and Dundonnel.
2. Isobel, who, in 1673, married Murdoch Mackenzie, VI. of Fairburn, with issue.
3. Elizabeth, who married the Rev. Roderick Mackenzie, minister and laird of Avoch - the land of which he had purchased - son of John, Archdean of Ross, natural son of Sir Roderick Mackenzie, Tutor of Kintail, with issue.

Children of Simon MacKenzie and Elizabeth Bruce

Simon MacKenzie

( - 1664)
     Simon MacKenzie was the son of Simon MacKenzie and Elizabeth Bruce.
     The male representation of Sir George
Mackenzie of Rosehaugh, eldest son of the Hon. Simon Mackenzie of Lochslinn, terminated at the death of his only son. We must therefore revert to SIMON MACKENZIE, the immediate younger brother of Sir George Mackenzie, and second son of the Hon. Simon Mackenzie of Lochslinn, from whom JAMES FOWLER MACKENZIE OF ALLANGRANGE, present Chief of the Clan, is descended as follows:.
     Simon MacKenzie married Jane MacKenzie circa 1663. Their marriage contract was dated 1663 and they had issue - an only and posthumous son.
     Simon died in 1664 in Lochbroom, Ross & Cromarty.

Child of Simon MacKenzie and Jane MacKenzie

Simon MacKenzie

( - February 1730)
     Simon MacKenzie was the son of Simon MacKenzie and Jane MacKenzie.
     SIMON MACKENZIE, first of Allangrange, an Advocate at the
Scottish Bar. This property he acquired through his wife, Isobel Mackenzie, daughter of Sir Roderick Mackenzie of Findon. They had issue.
     Simon MacKenzie married Isobel MacKenzie, daughter of Sir Roderick MacKenzie, on 22 August 1693. Sir Roderick 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
.
     Simon died in February 1730 in Scotland. Simon was drowned in the River Orrin, while returning home from a visit to a friend in Fairburn, when he was succeeded by his eldest surviving son.

Simon MacKenzie

(25 December 1806 - )
     Simon MacKenzie was born on 25 December 1806 in Kilmuir Easter, Ross & Cromarty. He was christened on 26 December 1806 in Kilmuir Easter. He was the son of John MacKenzie and Jean Ross.

son MacKenzie

(7 February 1783 - )
     Son MacKenzie was also known as Reach in records. He was born on 7 February 1783 in Portleich, Kilmuir Easter, Ross & Cromarty. He was christened on 8 February 1783 in Kilmuir Easter. Son to William McKenzie alias Reach & Christian McKenzie in Portlich, was born 7 February and baptised 8th. Wit: Alex Bain & Alex Fraser. He was the son of William MacKenzie and Christian MacKenzie.
     This may be the John McKenzie, mason, under 30 at Portliech, who is mentioned in the Kilmuir Easter 1814 militia list.

son MacKenzie

(28 November 1785 - )
     Son MacKenzie was born on 28 November 1785 in Portleich, Kilmuir Easter, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was the son of William MacKenzie jr and Ann MacKenzie. Son MacKenzie was christened on 3 December 1785 in Kilmuir Easter, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.

Stewart MacKenzie

(31 October 1873 - January 1874)
     Stewart MacKenzie was born on 31 October 1873 in Port Albert, Victoria. He was the son of Donald Thomson MacKenzie and Mary Ann Hodgson.
     Stewart died in January 1874 in Port Albert, Victoria. He was buried on 16 January 1874 in Alberton.

Thomas MacKenzie

(4 July 1845 - before November 1877?)
     Thomas MacKenzie was born on 4 July 1845 in Cromarty, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was the son of William MacKenzie and Isabella Tindal. Thomas MacKenzie was christened on 3 August 1845 in Cromarty. John, Donald, William, Catherine, Thomas, Isabella and James were listed as the children of William MacKenzie in the 1851 census in Calrossie Street, Cromarty. Catherine, Thomas, Isabella, James, Robert and George were listed as the children of William MacKenzie in the 1861 census in 5 Barclay Lane, Cromarty. Thomas was a pupil teacher in 1861, Cromarty.
     Thomas died before November 1877?.

Thomas MacKenzie

(24 December 1866 - 1 June 1922)
     Thomas MacKenzie was commonly known as 'Turkey' Tom. He was born on 24 December 1866 in Cromarty, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was the son of John MacKenzie and Catherine Ferguson.
     Thomas immigrated with the family to Victoria, Australia, in December 1870 per "Great Britain". Thomas was a farmer.
     Thomas MacKenzie married Elizabeth Ann Thomas in 1892 in Port Albert, Victoria. Thomas MacKenzie and William MacKenzie, Francis Conway Mason MacKenzie, Donald Thomson MacKenzie and Gilbert Edward MacKenzie were beneficiaries in John MacKenzie's will proved 8 September 1915 in Victoria.
     21 December 1917: Last Monday's thunderstorm was exceptionally severe at Lower Whitelaw and seemed to concentrate its forces on Mr. Thomas McKenzies holdings. Mrs. McKenzie and the children were at home, and in the evening the lightning struck a huge tree, setting it afire. The electrical shock threw down the inmates of the house, and, one of the children outside bringing in an armful of wood, was prostrated. She was blinded for a while. In the house the crockery was shaken from the sideboard and broken on the floor. Seeing the tree ablaze, neighbours came quickly, thinking the house was burning. Had rain not fallen, the flames from the tree mustve set the countryside afire. The McKenzie family was some little time recovering from the shock.
     Thomas died of Bright's disease on 1 June 1922 in Whitelaw, Victoria, Australia, aged 55. He was buried on 3 June 1922 in the Presbyterian section, Yarram.

Children of Thomas MacKenzie and Elizabeth Ann Thomas

Thomas MacKenzie

     Thomas MacKenzie was the son of Kenneth MacKenzie and Isabella Ogilvie.
     Thomas Mackenzie of Pluscardine [Pluscarden], whose male line has been proved extinct at the Allangrange Service in 1829.

Child of Thomas MacKenzie

Thomas MacKenzie

     Thomas MacKenzie was the son of Kenneth MacKenzie and Helen Loval. Thomas MacKenzie was also known as thomas MacKenzie (of Kinlochluichart, afterwards of Ord) in records.

Thomas MacKenzie

(circa 1895 - 16 April 1927)
     Thomas MacKenzie was also known as Thomas Lochtie in records. He was born circa 1895 in Scotland. He was the son of James MacKenzie and Anne Mackay.
     Thomas died on 16 April 1927 in Christchurch, New Zealand. He was buried in Bromley cemetery, Christchurch. He died young (aged 32 according to his headstone), buried with his Mother and brother William.

Thomas Edward MacKenzie

(13 December 1879 - 21 March 1945)
     Thomas Edward MacKenzie was commonly known as Tom. He was born on 13 December 1879 in Macks Creek, Won Wron, Victoria. He was the son of William MacKenzie and Lily Weston.
     Thomas was registered at Won Wron, on the 1903 electoral roll.
     Thomas served in the military from 10 March 1916. He was a soldier doing 'home service', as this was 3 days before his father died, he may have been required at home and unable to travel overseas.
     Thomas was registered as as a labourer at Won Wron, Victoria, on the 1919 electoral roll.
     Tom was kicked in the leg by a horse which led to mental problems and he was an inmate of Mont Park.
     Thomas died on 21 March 1945 in the hospital, Yarram, Victoria, aged 65. He was buried on 23 March 1945 in Yarram.
     The administration of his estate was granted on 12 July 1945.

Thomas George MacKenzie

(1865 - 18 May 1954)
     Thomas George MacKenzie was commonly known as TG. He was born in 1865 in Port Albert, Victoria. He was the son of Donald Thomson MacKenzie and Mary Ann Hodgson. Ran McKenzi's Royal Mail line of coaches.
     Thomas was registered as Thomas George McKenzie, farmer at Won Wron, Victoria, on the from 1903 to 1931 electoral roll.
     Thomas George MacKenzie married Annie Littlejohn Fraser on 8 June 1904 in Rosedale, Victoria. M'KENZIE—FRASER. — On the 8th June at the Presbyterian Church Rosedale by the Rev R Mitchell? Thomas George eldest son of D T M'Kenzie, "Calrossie" Yarram to Annie Littlejohn eldest daughter of D Fraser "Karadoc", Rosedale.
     Thomas George MacKenzie travelled to England in 1920. He took a cargo ship.
     Thomas George MacKenzie and Annie Littlejohn Fraser travelled to Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, on 1 November 1929 per the "Cathay. They travelled second class, their last address in the UK being 53 Queensboruogh Terrace, London W2".
     Thomas was registered as a farmer at Yarram, Victoria, on the 1934 electoral roll.
     Thomas was registered as a grazier at Yarram, on the between 1935 and 1936 electoral roll. Thomas retired from the South Gippsland Creamery etc in Yarram, in March 1948.
     Thomas was registered as a farmer of Calrossie at Alberton, on the 1949 electoral roll.
     Thomas died on 18 May 1954 in Port Albert, Victoria. MCKENZIE, Thomas George, of Calrossie. - On May 18, at Port Albert, beloved husband of Annie, loving father of Molly (Mrs. W. Macaulay), Jessie (Mrs. D. McLeod), and Jean (Mrs. K. K. Luck), in his 90th year . He was buried on 20 May 1954 in the Presbyterian section, Alberton. Memorial at Alberton: In loving memory of Thomas George McKenzie (of Calrossie) 1865-1954) and his wife Annie Littlejohn 1874-1956.
     His will was proved on 27 September 1954 at Victoria. Thomas George McKenzie, of' Port Albert, retired grazier, who died on May l8, left estate valued at £67,747 to his' widow and family.

Children of Thomas George MacKenzie and Annie Littlejohn Fraser

Three daughters MacKenzie

     Three daughters MacKenzie was the daughter of Sir Roderick MacKenzie.

Three sons MacKenzie

     Three sons MacKenzie was the son of Alexander MacKenzie.

Una Holm MacKenzie

(1909 - 22 November 1959)
Gravestone of Lovat Reay Mackenzie & his sister Una Holm Mackenzie
     Una Holm MacKenzie was born in 1909 in Inverness, Inverness-shire. She was the daughter of Donald Alexander MacKenzie and Elizabeth Fraser.
     The London gazette 14 April 1939 announced Miss Una Holm Mackenzie was promoted to the rank of Sister on 31 Mrch, in Princess Mary's Royal Air Force Nursing Service. Una was Matron of a RAF hospital. The supplement to the London Gaztte 17 Oct 1950 announced Una Holm Mackenzie (5137) as granted permanent commission as a Flight Officer in Prince Mary's RAF Nursing Service. In 1952 she was listed in the Queen's Birthday Honours for the Associate of the Royal Red Cross.
     Una died on 22 November 1959 in Uxbridge, Middlesex, England. She was buried in the Gaelic churchyard, Cromarty.
     Her will was proved on 10 March 1960 at PPR. Una Holm Mackenzie of Wroughton, RAF Hospital, Wiltshire, died 22 Nov 1959 at Uxbridge, Middlesex, Confirmationo f Lovat Reay Mackenzie. Sealed London 10 March.

Vera Mary Catherine MacKenzie

(20 September 1905 - 11 November 1979)
     Vera Mary Catherine MacKenzie was born on 20 September 1905 in Macks Creek, Won Wron, Victoria. She was the daughter of William MacKenzie and Mary Appleyard.
     Vera Mary Catherine MacKenzie married William or Harold Michael Bartley in 1925 in Victoria.
     Vera Mary Catherine MacKenzie married Arthur Miller on 18 May 1935 in Yarram, Victoria.
     Vera died on 11 November 1979 in Traralgon, Victoria, aged 74.