Hugh Mackay, IV, (2nd) of Strathy
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Son of John Mackay, of Dirlet or Dilred & Strathy and Agnes (Anna or Anne) Mackay
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II. Hugh Mackay, succeeded, in 1645 on his father's death, and m. the Hon. Jane Mackay, dau. of the 2nd Lord Reay and widow of the Hon. Robert Gordon of Langdale, to whom he gave sasine in life-rent of the lands of Strathy, 3rd March, 1676. He disponed the lands of Braegall to John Sinclair of Ulbster, 8th May, 1681, and d. between 1688 and 1690 leaving two known children:—
- John, of whom follows; and
- Ann, "eldest dan." m. John Mackay, Portskerray, to whom she bore an elder son Donald.
THE BOOK OF MACKAY BY ANGUS MACKAY, M.A. (St. Andrews University) Minister at Westerdale, Caithness EDINBURGH : NORMAN MACLEOD, -25 GEORGE IV. BRIDGE CANADA : EDWARD MACKAY, ST. PETER'S MANSE, MADOC, ONT. M DCCCC VI
THE STRATIIY BRANCH OF MACKAYS.
Hugh Mackay of Strathy, eldest son of John of Dilred and Strathy, was twice married, lst, to a daughter of the second William Mackay of Bighouse; issue, two sons,
- John who succeeded him, and
He married, 2d, Jane, eldest daughter of John Lord Reay, and widow of Robert Gordon of Langdale, (see page392,) by whom it does not appear that he had any issue. pg. 574
John Lord Reay, it has been recently discovered, died previous to the year 1654. He was twice married: first, to Lady Isabella Sinclair, daughter of George, Earl of Caithness, by whom he had ... , a daughter, Jane, who was twice married ; 1st, to Robert Gordon of Langdale ; and, 2d, to Hugh Mackav of Strathy