Elizabeth Macklow

(3 May 1717 - )
     Elizabeth Macklow was born on 3 May 1717 in St Giles Without Cripplegate, London. She was the daughter of Jacob Macklow and Elizabeth Unknown. Elizabeth Macklow was christened on 2 June 1717 in London.

Jacob Macklow

     Jacob Macklow was also known as Macklew in records. Jacob Macklow was also known as James Mackglew in records.
     Jacob Macklow married Elizabeth Unknown before 1717.

Child of Jacob Macklow and Elizabeth Unknown

Eric Maclagan

     Eric Maclagan married Helen Elizabeth Lascelles, daughter of Frederick Canning Lascelles and Frederica Maria Liddell, in 1913. He was the director of the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Gerald Maclagan

(1917 - 1942)
     Gerald Maclagan was born in 1917 in England. He was the son of Helen Elizabeth Lascelles.
     Gerald was killed in action in 1942.

Michael Maclagan

(1914 - 2003)
     Michael Maclagan was born in 1914 in England. He was the son of Helen Elizabeth Lascelles.
     Michael died in 2003.

Catherine Maclaine

( - 1820 or 1821)
     Catherine Maclaine was born in North Carolina, USA. She was the only daughter of Archibald Maclaine, an ardent Revolutionary patriot of North Carolina..
     Catherine Maclaine married George Hooper, son of Rev William Hooper and Mary Dennie, before 1775.
     Catherine died in 1820 or 1821.

Children of Catherine Maclaine and George Hooper

Janet MacLaren

( - before 1897)
     Janet MacLaren married George Allan Cocksedge, son of Lt George Edward Cocksedge and Sarah Allen, in 1864 in Victoria, Australia.
     Janet died before 1897.

Malcolm MacLaren

     Malcolm MacLaren married Janet Robertson, daughter of John Robertson, after 27 January 1833 in Port of Menteith, Perthshire, Scotland. They paid 5/3 for proclamation of banns, Jan 27..

Margaret MacLaren

(circa 1820 - )
     Margaret MacLaren was born circa 1820 in Scotland.
     Margaret MacLaren married Duncan Robertson, son of John Robertson, after 23 November 1834 in Port of Menteith, Perthshire, Scotland. He paid 5/3 for proclamation of banns, Nov 23, recorded in the account book.

Elspet MacLean

(before 1740 - )
     Elspet MacLean married James MacPherson, son of unlinked early MacPherson. Elspet MacLean was born before 1740. Elspet was present at unknown MacPherson's christening on 3 October 1756 in Campdalmore, Kirkmichael, Banffshire. To James McP in Camdelmore & Elspet McLean his spouse..

Child of Elspet MacLean and James MacPherson

James MacLeish

(circa 1875 - 1961)
     James MacLeish was born circa 1875 in Bealiba?, Victoria.
     James MacLeish married Jane MacCulloch, daughter of Joseph MacCulloch and Jane MacPherson, in 1899 in Victoria.
     James died in 1961 in Maryborough, Victoria. He is probably the James McLeish who died at Maryborough aged 86 in 1961, son of John Franklin McLeish and Mary Fitzgerald. He married secndly Emma Chester in 1908 and had further children.

Children of James MacLeish and Jane MacCulloch

James Walter MacLeish

(1902 - 1905)
     James Walter MacLeish was born in 1902 in Carisbrook, Victoria. He was the son of James MacLeish and Jane MacCulloch.
     James died in 1905 in Carisbrook, Victoria.

Joseph John MacLeish

(1900 - 1965)
     Joseph John MacLeish was born in 1900 in Carisbrook, Victoria. He was the son of James MacLeish and Jane MacCulloch.
     Joseph died in 1965 in Box Hill, Victoria.

Catherine MacLellan

     Catherine MacLellan married Sir John Dunbar, son of Sir John Dunbar and Margaret Dunbar (Dunbar).

Douglas MacLeod

(9 September 1910 - 29 May 1990)
     Douglas MacLeod was born on 9 September 1910 in Victoria. Douglas was a farmer in 'Inveresk', Calrossie, near Yarram, Victoria.
     Douglas MacLeod married Jessie Findlay MacKenzie, daughter of Thomas George MacKenzie and Annie Littlejohn Fraser, circa 1938 in Victoria.
     Douglas was registered as as a farmer of Yarram, for land at Won Wron at Alberton, on the 1949 electoral roll.
     "Calrossie" Sold Two hundred and ninety-eight acres of "Calrossie" was sold at auction at Yarram recently. This well known property was selected by the late D T McKenzie and was noted for its quality. It was offered in two lots: 194 acres with a small four roomed cottage went at £92/10/ per acre, being pur- chased by Mr Douglas McLeod, of Yarram. The remaining 104 acres, with no buildings, went to Mr Clyde Coulthard, of Yarram, at £91 per acre..
     Douglas was registered as Douglas McLeod, farmer at Yarram, on the 1966 electoral roll.
     Douglas died on 29 May 1990 in Royal Melbourne Hospital, Carlton, Victoria, aged 79. His usual residence was Inveresk, Calrossie.

Child of Douglas MacLeod and Jessie Findlay MacKenzie

Neil McKenzie MacLeod

(11 September 1941 - 29 January 1999)
     Neil McKenzie MacLeod was born on 11 September 1941 in Kyabram, Victoria. He was christened in Undera, Victoria. He was the son of Douglas MacLeod and Jessie Findlay MacKenzie.
     Neil was registered as Neil McKenzie McLeod, farmer at 'Calrossie', Yarram, on the 1966 electoral roll.
     He was the President of the Yarram Rotary Club. Neil was a farmer in 'Inveresk', Calrossie, near Yarram.
     Neil died on 29 January 1999 in Yarram, Victoria, aged 57. An unknown person was buried on 3 February 1999 in after a service at St Andrew's Uniting church in Yarram.

Roderick MacLeod (of Lewis)

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

Margaret Macley

( - 1676)
     Margaret Macley married Murdoch MacKenzie (of Bennetsfield), son of John MacKenzie. He married Margaret, only daughter and heiress of Donald MacLey, Bailie of Fortrose.
1. Sir Alexander Mackenzie of Broomhill (sasine in 1686), and Pitarrow, in Kincardine. He was Commissary of Inverness and Sheriff of the Bishopric of Orkney, his father when appointing him to the latter office describing him as "Mr Alexander Mackenzie, Commissary of Inverness, my eldest lawful son." In 1706 he appears among the heritors of Caithness for the Nethertoun of Stroma in the parish of Canisbay.
He is again on record in 1713, in which
year he disponed the Nethertoun of Stroma to his nephew, Murdoch
Kennedy, son of his sister Jane, and her husband, John Kennedy of Carmunks. Sir Alexander of Broomhill had an only son, Colonel Alexander Mackenzie of Hampton, Virginia, who left his English estates to his nephew, Andrew Young of Castleyards.

2. George of Pitarrow, of whom nothing is known.

3. William Mackenzie, Commissary of Orkney, who, in 1679, married
Margaret Stewart of Newark, with issue - Murdoch, born in 1680, who was invited to become minister of the Episcopal Meeting House of Kirkwall, but emigrated to New England in 1714, and a daughter Margaret, who married Andrew Young of Castleyards, Kirkwall also with issue - a daughter who married Riddoch of Cairston, Provost
of Kirkwall.

4. The Rev. Thomas Mackenzie, minister of Shapinshay, Orkney. He was born about 1652, and was appointed minister of Shapinshay on the 5th of May, 1678. On the 1st of May, 1679 he married Elspet, daughter of James Blaikie of Burness with issue - Murdoch,
who succeeded his grandfather, the Bishop, as representative of the family; James, N.P., who seems to have succeeded his brother Murdoch; Alexander, of whom there is no trace; Thomas, of whom also nothing is known; Sibella, who married William, second son of George Traill of Quendale, with issue - Anna, who, in 1716, married the Rev. James, Nisbet, Stromness; Margaret; and Anna. The Rev. Thomas Mackenzie died, aged 36 years, on the 7th of February, 1688, a few days before his father.

5. Captain James, of the Dragoons, who married the Hon. Frances,
daughter of Andrew, eighth Lord Gray, with issue - a daughter, Frances, who married a clergyman in England.

6. David, who died young, before 1676, and is buried in Elgin Cathedral.

7. Jane, who, on the 15th of May, 1678, married her cousin, John
Kennedy of Carmunks, with issue - Murdoch, already referred to as
afterwards of Stroma.

8. Mary, who, on the 4th of April, 1678, married George Balfour of Faray.

9. Jacobina, who settled in Dundee
.
     Margaret died in 1676. She is buried in Elgin Cathedral.

John Patrick MacMahon

(circa 1852 - )
     John Patrick MacMahon was born circa 1852.
     Honora Teresa Colbert married secondly John Patrick MacMahon on 22 February 1908 in St Rose, Kapunda, South Australia.

Ellen MacMillan

(circa 1880 - 22 January 1961)
     Ellen MacMillan was born circa 1880.
     Ellen MacMillan married John Edwin Evans, son of John Evans and Eleanor Lucy Whitty, in 1901 in Wangaratta, Victoria. He had a large family, Gloria Hartridge of 10 Hardistry St Wangaratta is a descendant.
     Ellen died on 22 January 1961 in Wangaratta, Victoria. She was buried in Whitfield.

Children of Ellen MacMillan and John Edwin Evans

Caroline Gertrude MacNair

(before April 1876 - )
     Caroline Gertrude MacNair was born before April 1876 in Largs, Skelmorlie, Ayrshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of George Best MacNair and Frances Dorothy Dixon. Frances, Caroline, Philip, Emily, Mary, James and Mildred were listed as the children of George Best MacNair in the 1881 census in Boquhan Manlion/Mansion? House, Gargunnock, Stirlingshire, Scotland. Frances, Emily, Mary, Mildred, Philip and Caroline were listed as the children of George Best MacNair in the 1891 census in 'Birchbank', Montgomery Tce, Largs, Argyllshire, Scotland.

Charlotte Helen MacNair

(13 November 1857 - )
     Charlotte Helen MacNair was born on 13 November 1857 in Craig End, Shettleston, Lanarkshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of Robert Stanser MacNair and Charlotte Helen Dixon.
     Charlotte Helen MacNair [and WO] appeared on the 1861 census in the household of George Best MacNair and Frances Dorothy Dixon in Milncroft Rd, Shettleston, Lanarkshire, Scotland; Geo Best McNair 25, fund owner of coal pits, born Barony parish; his wife Frances D McNair 27, born England, Robert S McNair 4 ,Charlotte H McNair 3 both born Shettleston.

Daughter MacNair

(7 March 1891 - )
     Daughter MacNair was born on 7 March 1891 in 4 North Charlotte St, Edinburgh, Scotland. She was the daughter of Robert Stanser MacNair and Edith Edmondstone Edmonstone-Montgomerie.

daughter Eleanor? MacNair

(1830? - )
     Daughter Eleanor? MacNair was born in 1830? In Greenfield, Shettleston, Lanarkshire, Scotland. She may be the Helen Stanser [McNair], ladies nurse, aged 53, born Perthshire! living with George Best McNair in 1871. She was the daughter of Col James MacNair and Eleanor Stanser.

Dorothy Mildred Trelawney MacNair

(8 April 1897 - )
     Dorothy Mildred Trelawney MacNair was born on 8 April 1897 in Kilmalcolm, Renfrewshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of George Stanser MacNair and Annette de la Nauze Wiliamson.

Emily Edith MacNair

(before April 1863 - )
     Emily Edith MacNair was born before April 1863 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of George Best MacNair and Frances Dorothy Dixon.
     Emily Edith MacNair was listed in the 1871 census with George Best MacNair and Frances Dorothy Dixon in 18 Ashton Ter, Partick, Govan, Lanarkshire, Scotland. George McNair 35, coalmaster, born Shettleston, his wife Frances W McNair 37, born England; children Francis McNair 9, daughter born Glasgow; Emily McNair 8, Mary McNair 5, George McNair 4, born England, James McNair 2, Mildred McNair 1 month, born Glasgow; Clara T Wunschanana 23, grand daughter, born Russia (Russian subject), Helen Stanser 53 , ladies nurse, born Porteniol?, Perthshire, Catherine Smith 23 Helen N Grant 19 Kate Cope 18 servants . Frances, Caroline, Philip, Emily, Mary, James and Mildred were listed as the children of George Best MacNair in the 1881 census in Boquhan Manlion/Mansion? House, Gargunnock, Stirlingshire, Scotland. Frances, Emily, Mary, Mildred, Philip and Caroline were listed as the children of George Best MacNair in the 1891 census in 'Birchbank', Montgomery Tce, Largs, Argyllshire, Scotland.

Frances Eleanor MacNair

(before April 1861 - )
     Frances Eleanor MacNair was born before April 1861 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of George Best MacNair and Frances Dorothy Dixon.
     Frances Eleanor MacNair was listed in the 1871 census with George Best MacNair and Frances Dorothy Dixon in 18 Ashton Ter, Partick, Govan, Lanarkshire, Scotland. George McNair 35, coalmaster, born Shettleston, his wife Frances W McNair 37, born England; children Francis McNair 9, daughter born Glasgow; Emily McNair 8, Mary McNair 5, George McNair 4, born England, James McNair 2, Mildred McNair 1 month, born Glasgow; Clara T Wunschanana 23, grand daughter, born Russia (Russian subject), Helen Stanser 53 , ladies nurse, born Porteniol?, Perthshire, Catherine Smith 23 Helen N Grant 19 Kate Cope 18 servants . Frances, Caroline, Philip, Emily, Mary, James and Mildred were listed as the children of George Best MacNair in the 1881 census in Boquhan Manlion/Mansion? House, Gargunnock, Stirlingshire, Scotland. Frances, Emily, Mary, Mildred, Philip and Caroline were listed as the children of George Best MacNair in the 1891 census in 'Birchbank', Montgomery Tce, Largs, Argyllshire, Scotland.

George Best MacNair

(5 May 1835 - )
     George Best MacNair was born on 5 May 1835 in Greenfield, Shettleston, Lanarkshire, Scotland. He was the son of Col James MacNair and Eleanor Stanser. George Best MacNair was christened on 2 June 1835 in Barony, Glasgow, Lanarkshire.
     George Best MacNair married Frances Dorothy Dixon on 26 July 1860 in Rotherfield, Sussex, England. She was the third daughter of the late Rev J Dixon, vicar of Garton, Yorkshire, he was aged 25 and she was 26. Her father may be Isaac..
     George Best MacNair and Frances Dorothy Dixon appeared on the 1861 census in Milncroft Rd, Shettleston, Lanarkshire, Scotland. Geo Best McNair 25, fund owner of coal pits, born Barony parish; his wife Frances D McNair 27, born England, Robert S McNair 4 ,Charlotte H McNair 3 both born Shettleston.
     George was a coalmaster of “Birch Bank”, Shelmorlie.
     George Best MacNair and Frances Dorothy Dixon appeared on the 1871 census in 18 Ashton Ter, Partick, Govan, Lanarkshire, Scotland. George McNair 35, coalmaster, born Shettleston, his wife Frances W McNair 37, born England; children Francis McNair 9, daughter born Glasgow; Emily McNair 8, Mary McNair 5, George McNair 4, born England, James McNair 2, Mildred McNair 1 month, born Glasgow; Clara T Wunschanana 23, grand daughter, born Russia (Russian subject), Helen Stanser 53 , ladies nurse, born Porteniol?, Perthshire, Catherine Smith 23 Helen N Grant 19 Kate Cope 18 servants .
     George Best MacNair and Frances Dorothy Dixon appeared on the 1881 census in Boquhan Manlion/Mansion? House, Gargunnock, Stirlingshire, Scotland. George Best McNair, married, 45, male, coalmaster, born Shuttleton, Lanark, Scotland; Frances Dorothy McNair, married, wife, 47, born England; Frances Elianor McNair, unmarried, born Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; Emily Edith McNair, unmarried, 18, Glasgow; Mary Christian McNair, 15, Glasgow; James Herbert McNair, 12, Glasgow; Mildred Helen McNair, 10, Glasgow; Philip Lionel Hope McNair, 8, Largs, Ayr; Caroline Gertrude McNair, 5, Largs, Ayr, Scotland (children, all scholars), James Stancer McNair, U, 57, born New Brunswick, brother, lunatic, retired military officer; Bertha Elise Palite, U, 31, governess, born Poysia, Germany, Mary Munro, U, 40, cook, born Kilbrundon, Argyll, Scotland, Margret Douglas, U, 26, nurse, born Elgin, Elgin, Agnes Wright Armstrong, U, 27, table maid, born Port of Monteath, Perth, Anne Hossack, U, 37, laundry maid, Inverness, Inverness, Mary Crawford, U, 21, housemaid, born Stirling, Stirling, Jack A Tobouler, U, 23, coachman, born Greenock, Renfrew.
     George Best MacNair and Frances Dorothy Dixon appeared on the 1891 census in 'Birchbank', Montgomery Tce, Largs, Argyllshire, Scotland. George Best McNair 55, living on private means, brn Shettleston, his wife Frances D McNair 57, children Frances E McNair 29, Emily E McNair 28, Mary C McNair 25, Mildred H McNair 20, all born in Glasgow; Philip L H McNair, born Skelmorlie, Ayrshire, 18, Caroline Gertrude McNair 15, born Skelmorlie; William Stevenson 56, visitor, born Paisley, tea importer, Mary S Steele 23, Margaret Morrison 29, Jane Cunningham Rae 14, Annie Evelyn Reynolds 23 servants.

Children of George Best MacNair and Frances Dorothy Dixon

George Henderson Stanser MacNair

(22 August 1893 - 24 April 1987)
     George Henderson Stanser MacNair was born on 22 August 1893 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland. He was a naturalized citizen of the United States; graduated with degree of C. E. from Cornell University, May, 1918. He was the son of George Stanser MacNair and Annette de la Nauze Wiliamson.
     George died on 24 April 1987 in Manatee County, Florida, USA, aged 93.

George Stanser MacNair

(14 January 1867 - 26 June 1917)
     George Stanser MacNair was born on 14 January 1867 in Sandown, Isle of Wight, Hampshire. His parentage is questionablle as all other children were born in Scotland and he doesn't appear with them on the 81 or 91 census. He was the son of George Best MacNair and Frances Dorothy Dixon.
     George Stanser MacNair was listed in the 1871 census with George Best MacNair and Frances Dorothy Dixon in 18 Ashton Ter, Partick, Govan, Lanarkshire, Scotland. George McNair 35, coalmaster, born Shettleston, his wife Frances W McNair 37, born England; children Francis McNair 9, daughter born Glasgow; Emily McNair 8, Mary McNair 5, George McNair 4, born England, James McNair 2, Mildred McNair 1 month, born Glasgow; Clara T Wunschanana 23, grand daughter, born Russia (Russian subject), Helen Stanser 53 , ladies nurse, born Porteniol?, Perthshire, Catherine Smith 23 Helen N Grant 19 Kate Cope 18 servants .
     George Stanser MacNair appeared on the 1881 census in Bedford St, Greenock West, Renfrewshire, Scotland. George S McNair, 14, born England was a scholar at a boarding school.
     George Stanser MacNair appeared on the 1891 census in 499 Sauchichall St, Glasgow, Barony, Lanarkshire, Scotland. George S McNair, 24, born England, shipbroker was a lodger with the McPerson family.
     George Stanser MacNair married Annette de la Nauze Wiliamson on 19 April 1892 in St George's Chapel, Edinburgh, Scotland.
     George died on 26 June 1917 in West New Brighton, Staten Island, New York, USA, aged 50. See Colonial Families of the United States America, Volume 7. George Norbury Mackenzie. (1912) for more on this family.
     Mcnair Genforum request from Maude Margaret McNair: George Barton Stanser McNair Born 14.1 1865 (66) Died NewYork - Long Island in 1916/17?
He studied at Oxford - Medicine, but worked with shipping.
Brother Leslie worked in Copenhagen perhaps at the Embassy late 1890 or early 1900. Family House are told to be Birch Bank, Skelmorlie near Glasgow.

Children of George Stanser MacNair and Annette de la Nauze Wiliamson