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William McKee (c.1759 - d.)

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John McKee (deceased)

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Julius McKee (c.1833 - 1910)

Julius McKee arrived in Australia in about 1840 on the "Thomas Lowry" at the age of about 7 years old, with his family from Ireland. His brother John was born in Australia probably just after the famil...

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Alexander Mckee of Ireland (1778 - d.)

Another researcher claims that the family is from Kircubbin, County Down, Ireland - but no documentation supports the claim. this branch comes to America when Alexander and the family sails from Irel...

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Alexander Mckee (1827 - 1886)

The Plaindealer, Friday, 15 Jan 1886 Mr. Alex McKee died at the residence of Joseph Thompson on Saturday, Jan 9, of pneumonia. His funeral was held at Cutler on Monday. We are told that Mr. McKee was...

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Robert G Mckee (1816 - 1880)

Robert dies intestate, all heirs must be listed. Here is a transcription of the heirs from Robert’s intestate letters Ann MCKEE (wife, Anna N. JONES) Alexander MCKEE (brother) and Susan MC...

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William C McKee (1812 - d.)

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Joseph G Mckee (1804 - 1884)

His was passed down to son Robert James his second wife and the grandchildren of his children from his first marriage appear to receive nothing from his estate Registration in the Sixties and What ...

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James McKee (1763 - 1855)

======= One tree on My Heritage claims that is James McKee, III or Jr . Birth: 1760 Heshban, Tyrone, Ireland Death: 1814 Cincinnati, , Hamilton, Ohio Son of James McKee and Sarah McKee (Bell) Husba...

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John McKee (1803 - d.)

John McKee, was a son of Samuel McKee, the latter being a native of Ireland, who emigrated to America in about 1786, settling in Washington county, Penn., on the farm where he died. John McKee was bo...

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Samuel McKee, emigrated to America about 1786 (c.1783 - d.)

Samuel McKee, the latter being a native of Ireland, who emigrated to America in about 1786, settling in Washington county, Penn., on the farm where he died.

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Thomas McKee (c.1693 - 1769)

RECORD 1. George Wilson McKee, McKees of Virginia and Kentucky, the, Pittsburgh, J. B. Richards, 1891. "In about 1738, ten or eleven brothers Mc- Kee emigrated to America. 4th. In 1738 when a large...

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John Mckie, Sr. (c.1694 - 1765)

11. John MCKIE (John MCKIE8, John MCKIE7, Robert MCKIE6, James MCKIE5, (James) MCKIE4, Alexander MCKIE LORD3, Patrick MCKIE2, Patrick MCKIE1) was christened 11 Nov 1694 in Larg, Minnigaff, Kirkcudbrigh...

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James McKee (1740 - 1794)

James MCKEE (John MCKIE9, John MCKIE8, John MCKIE7, Robert MCKIE6, James MCKIE5, (James) MCKIE4, Alexander MCKIE LORD3, Patrick MCKIE2, Patrick MCKIE1) was born 1747 in Prob Derryloran, Cookstown, Tyro...

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Gilbert M'Ghie, Lord of Balmage MP (c.1410 - c.1490)

THE BALMAGHIE M'GHIES. Bahnaghie, i.e., the Town of Mackay, Kirkcudbrightshire, was the seat of the family from very early times. Chamber's Caledonia, the Statistical Account, M'Kerlie's Galloway, et...

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Neill Williamson Mackay, Aberach (1606 - 1649)

Vlld. Neil Williamson. In our memoir of the 2nd Lord Reay we give a brief account of him until he fell at Thurso in 1649. He m. , and had known issue five sons : — i. Robert, of whom follows. ...

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Neil Mackay (1592 - d.)

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Neil Mackay (deceased)

Neil was placed in charge of Skibo Castle by the Mackays about 1545. When the Gordons came to power in the days of Mary of Lorraine, they tried to be avenged upon Neil for this and other acts of his. T...

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Alexander Mackay (deceased)

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Gavin Mackay (deceased)

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Thomas MacKAY (c.1504 - d.)

The Book of McKee," pg 315. Thomas was very young when his father and uncle were killed in 1517. The family owned Bighouse in Strathnaver, but King James VI/ I gave Bighouse to Angus Murray probably at...

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William Mackay (c.1480 - 1517)

III. William was k. in 1517 at Loch Salchie, between Loch Shin and Oikel, fighting against the Murrays, who were probably in league with the Rosses. According to the Bute MS., he m. a dau. of Thomas Mu...

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Morgan MacEth (Mackay) (deceased)

ii Morgan, of whom nothing further is recorded. pg. 36 THE BOOK OF MACKAY BY ANGUS MACKAY, M.A. (St. Andrews University) Minister at Westerdale, Caithness EDINBURGH : NORMAN MACLEOD, -25 GEORGE IV. B...

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lye MacEth (Mackay) (1210 - d.)

lye descended of Malcolm Earl of Ross first to settle in Strathnaver. III.—EARY GENEALOGY OF STRATHNAVER MACKAYS. As already stated, the early genealogy of Mackay given by Mr. MacKay of Blackc...

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[-?-] McKee's of Ireland, Rockbridge county Virginia & later Kentucky (1681 - d.)

This for now will be the connecting profile to the Ireland/Scotland clan - by what is stated there is to much controversy to list his parentage thus he has been left NAMELESS as there is NO documentati...

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Colin Campbell, of Glenure [Glennure] (b. - 1752)

Colin Campbell of Glenure, was the eldest son of Patrick Campbell of Barcaldine by his second marriage. Colin, by his marriage to Janet Mackay, was the father of three daughters: Elizabeth (died be...

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Donald Mackay (1263 - d.)

Scottish peerage pg. 158 has him listed as ''' son of Iye Mor''', who obtained from the Bishop of Caithness, his maternal grandfather, twelve davachs of land in Durness, as the Lord Rea his old evident...

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Hugh Mackay, IV, (2nd) of Strathy (deceased)

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...

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Hugh Mackay, Lieut.-Col., of Bighouse (b. - 1770)

ii. Hugh Mackay of Bighouse, Lieutenant-Colonel of the first Sutherland regiment, married (contract 15 July, 1728) Elizabeth, eldest daughter and co-heiress of George Mackay of Bighouse, and had sasine...

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Honourable Charles Mackay of Sandwood (c.1642 - 1679)

Charles of Sandwood, and his twin brother Rupert who died without issue THE SANDWOOD BRANCH OF MACKAYS. The Honourable Charles Mackay of Sandwood, son of Donald first Lord Reay, by his last wife, M...

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Hugh Mackay of Scourie MP (1571 - 1667)

II. Hugh, obtained a wadset of the lands of Eriboll in 1626 for £2000 Scots, which he disponed in 1634 to Hector Munro of Pitfure who came to reside at Eriboll, and whose descendants retained th...

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Angus MacKay (deceased)

IIIc, Angus, second son of Donald Mackay Ha. of Borley. He commanded a company at Killicrankie, where he fell. He m., first, Christina, dau. of Angus Mackay of Kinnisid, by whom he had: — Hugh, ...

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Captain William MacKay of Borley MP (1610 - 1660)

Ilia. Captain William of Borley, a zealous Royalist, led a company of Mackays at the battle of Worcester, was appointed a commissioner of supply for the shire of Sutherland by the Parliament of 1685, a...

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Capt. Hugh MacKay, Sr., of Scowry MP (c.1640 - 1719)

IVa. Captain Hugh, commanded a company of Mackays raised in 1689 to assist General Hugh Mackay of Scoury, and was afterwards appointed constable of Ruthven Castle. He was retoured heir to his father, C...

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Rev. Thomas Mackay of Lairg (deceased)

Vb. Rev. Thomas Mackay, appointed colleague and successor to his father at Lairg in 1/48, and laboured in that parish with much acceptance till his death in 1803. He was a great contrast to his father....

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Rev. John Mackay,minister, of Durness & Lairg (deceased)

IVb. Rev. John Mackay, third son of Captain William Ilia, of Borley, finished his theological course at Utrecht, Holland, in 1/04, and in 1706 became minister of Durness. In 1714 he was translated to t...

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Eric Mackay, 7th Lord Reay (1773 - 1847)

XIX. 3. Eric 7th Lord Reay 1797-1847. THE flame of active rebellion did not break out in Ireland until 1798, so that for three years the Reay Feneibles led an uneventful life in that distressful coun...

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George Mackay of Skibo (b. - 1782)

iv. George Mackay, an advocate, who inherited Skibo 1 from his maternal uncle, Patrick Doull of AVinterfield—Doull had sasine of Skibo, 28th September, 1744. Mackay took an active part in puttin...

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George Mackay, 5th Lord Reay (c.1734 - 1768)

XIX. 1. George, 5th Lord Reay 1761-68. SOME years before his father's death, George, as Master of Reay, took up residence in Tongue House, which had undergone considerable alterations in 1/50 conform...

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George Mackay, 3rd Lord Reay (1678 - 1748)

XVII. George, 3rd Lord of Reay 1680-1786. GEORGE, 3rd Lord Reay, who was born towards the close of 1678, succeeded in the title his grandfather, the second Lord Reay, towards the close of 1680, and d...

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Donald Mackay, Master of Reay (c.1658 - 1680)

XVI. Donald, Master of Reay JOHN, 2nd Lord Reay, at what date we cannot say, denuded himself of his landed estate in favour of his elder son, Donald, the Master. This was a common practise among fa...

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Rupert Mackey (c.1442 - d.)

Charles of Sandwood, and his twin brother Rupert who died without issue

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William Mackay, Captain, of Kinloch (c.1639 - d.)

William, had sas. of the lands of Kinloch, 4th January, 1669, and married Ann, daughter of Col. Hugh Mackay of Scoury, by whom he had an only son, George . The said George was served heir to his deceas...

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Robert Mackay Forbes, Hon. (deceased)

Donald Mackay, 1st Lord Reay. Born February 1590. Died February 1649. Donald married second c.1633 Rachel Winterfield. VII Robert Mackay. VIII Hugh Mackay === By his third wife, Rachel ...

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Donald Mackay, of Dysart (1620 - 1659)

Sir Donald IV Mackay Kt, (1590-1649 in Denmark). Cr: Baronet 18 may 1627 with remainders to heirs male whatsoever and 1st Lord Reay created 20 June 1628 with remainder to his heirs male for ever bearin...

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Hugh or Hew Mackey (b. - 1637)

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John Mackay, 2nd Lord Reay (1650-1687) (1612 - 1680)

XV. John 2nd Lord Reay 1649-80. WE already observed that John, as Master of Reay, was taken prisoner along with Huntly by the Covenanting Montrose in 1639, and confined for a brief space in Edinburgh...

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Iye Mackey (b. - 1617)

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Lieut -Col. Hon Angus Mackay of Melness (b. - 1699)

Lieut -Col. Angus, progenitor of the Melness Mackays, of whom see in their genealogy afterwards. pg. 123 V. Thhe Melness Mackays I. Angus Mackay, son of the 1st Lord Reay by his wife, Lady Mackenzi...

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William Mackey, 2nd of Bighouse (deceased)

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John Mackay, of Dirlet or Dilred & Strathy (1592 - 1645)

IV. The Strathy Mackays I. John Mackay, son of Huistean Du XIII. of Strathnaver by Ms wife, Lady Jane Gordon, was the first of this branch. He had a disposition from his brother, the 1st Lord Reay, o...

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Donald Mackay, 1st of Scourie MP (1550 - 1590)

Donald Mackay of Scoury died some time p~evioust o the year 1613. He had married Euphernia, daughter of Hugh Munro of Assint in Rossshire, son of the laird of Fowlis," by whom he had three sons and fou...

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Neil MacEan MacWilliam Mackay, of Achness (1540 - 1571)

V. Neil MacEan MacWilliam, as "Nigello Mcleane MakWilliam, scrvis dicti Odonis" (Neil son of John son of William, acting for the said lye), witnessed the sasine to his cousin, lye Du of Strathnaver, of...

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Murdo Neilson Mackay, of Achness, chieftain (1575 - d.)

VI. Murdo held the lands of Guubmore in wadset, and as cautioner to the 1st Lord Reay in a bond of 1636 is styled "Murdo M'Ky of Gnubmoir" (Reay Papers). He married, 15th April, 1615, Christina, daught...

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Donald Mackay, 1st Lord Reay (1614-1650) , fiar of Strathnaver (1590 - 1649)

Sir Donald IV Mackay Kt, (1590-1649 in Denmark). Cr: Baronet 18 may 1627 with remainders to heirs male whatsoever and 1st Lord Reay created 20 June 1628 with remainder to his heirs male for ever bearin...

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John Mackay, of Achness, 4th chieftain of Aebrach (1506 - 1548)

About this time, John Mackay of Achness, the chieftain, died, and was succeeded by his eldest son, Niel, a man of great personal and mental powers, second to none in the north of Scotland in his time p...

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Hugh (Huistean Du) Mackay, of Far Tongue and Strathnaver (1571-1614) (1550 - 1614)

XIII. Huistean Du 1572-1614. WHEN lye Du Mackay of Strathnaver died in 1572 his son Huistean Du was barely eleven years of age. From that date onward for about twenty years Scotland was sadly torn an...

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Angus Mackey (b. - c.1634)

II. Angus, duly succeeded his father in the lands of Strathhalladale, and on the 2nd May, 1631, obtained from the 1st Lord Reay the churchlands of Balnaheglis and Goval with the salmon fishings of Hall...

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John Beg MacKay van Strathnaver (b. - 1579)

John-Beg Mackay having come to their assistance, Niel gave strict charge to his clan not to hurt him, but he was most unhappily slain in the conflict, and it was not known by whom ; though it was suspe...

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Iye Du Mackay, III, (1550-1571) (1500 - 1572)

xii. Iye Du xii. 1550-72 IYE DU MACKAY as we showed already took part in the affair of Solway Moss (November 1542), and being captured was carried prisoner into England, along with the greater pa...

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John (Ean) John-Mor or Big John Mor (Mackay) (deceased)

John Mackay married Margaret, daughter of Thomas, Lord Lovat, who succeeded to the chieftainship of Fraser in 1501. In the Wardlaw MS., Vol. 34 of the Scottish History Society Publications, she is desi...

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John-Reawach Mackay van Strathnaver, (1475-1495) (b. - 1513)

It was customary in the highlands, where a whole tribe had the same surname, not only to distinguish individuals of them by father and grandfather, as has been said, which was the most common way, but ...

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Angus Roy MacKay van Strathnaver, III, (1450-1475) (1414 - 1486)

IX.Angus Roy c. 1460-86. The blood-feud which raged between the Mackays and the Sutherland since 1370 became so assuaged during a century that a daughter of Angus Roy married Sutherland of Dirlot...

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Huistean (Hugh) Du Mackay (deceased)

ii. Huistean Pu, who became tutor to Angus Du, son of his elder brother Angus, during his nephew's minority. pg. 50 THE BOOK OF MACKAY BY ANGUS MACKAY, M.A. (St. Andrews University) Minister at Weste...

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Morgan Mackay (b. - 1433)

Morgan Neilson married a daughter of Angus Moray of Cubin and seems to have settled in Brae-Chat. pg. 50 THE BOOK OF MACKAY BY ANGUS MACKAY, M.A. (St. Andrews University) Minister at Westerdale, Cait...

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Niel-Naverach Mackay van Strathnaver (deceased)

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John-Roy Mackay van Strathnaver (deceased)

THE PRINCIPAL BRANCH CONTINUED. NIEL Bass Maekay married a daughter of the laird of Fowlis, by whom he had three sons, 1lst, Angus, who succeeded him ; 2nd, John Roy, ancestor of the Slighd-Ean...

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William-Dow-Abrach Mackay (deceased)

John Roy, who had a son William Roy. The said William is mentioned in a decreet of the Lords of Council against the Mackays of Strathnaver, dated 27th July 1501, wherein he is designated " Wilziam Reed...

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Hector Mackay (deceased)

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John Mackay (deceased)

THE CLAN-ABRACH BRANCH OF MACKAYS John, who succeeded to his father's property, left an only son, William, who married a daughter of Thomas Murray of Tullibardin ; issue four sons, John, his succ...

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William-Dow Du Mackay van Strathnaver (c.1445 - d.)

II. William Du, who took a prominent part at the battle of Aldicharrish in 1487, when the Mackays were assisted by his cousin, Macintosh of Macintosh. He is probably the William McKy, one of the two " ...

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John (Ian) Aberach Mackay (c.1417 - d.)

Ian Aberach was the eldest son of Angus Du by his second wife, a daughter of Alexander Carrach Macdonald of Keppoch, as shall be afterwards shown ; and was fostered by maternal relatives in Lochaber, h...

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Agnus Mackay, (1370-1380) (c.1330 - 1403)

VI. Angus. 1370-1403. ANGUS, a youth, succeeded his grandfather lye, and the bloodfeud between the Mackays and Sutherlands raged, although somewhat abated, according to Sir Robert Gordon, during the ...

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Donald MacKay, of Borley in Durness MP (1560 - 1605)

Ila. Donald Mackay of Borley, Durness, third son of Donald Balloch of Scoury, resided for some time at Iddenmore in the same parish. He was along with Lord Reay at the affair of Balveny in 1649, and wa...

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William Mackay, Capt, Lieut. Col (b. - 1632)

William, Captain in the 1st Lord Reay's Scots regiment serving in the Thirty Years War. He afterwards became Lieut. -Col. of a Swedish regiment, and fell at Lutzen, near Leipzig, in 1632, where also fe...

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William Mackay van Strathnaver, of Bighouse (deceased)

I. ^YILLIA^I Mackay, son of lye Da XII. of Strathnaver by his wife, Christina Sinclair, was the first of this family. During the troubled minority and early reign of King James VI., when the northern p...

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Iye-Roy MacKay (1435 - 1517)

X. Iye Roy 1486-1517. SOON after the slaughter of Angus Roy at Tarbet, the Mackays under the command of John Riavach Mackay and William Du mac Ean Aberieh, the latter chieftain of the Aberach Macka...

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Donald MacKay, of Strathnaver & Farr (1490 - 1550)

XT. 2. DOndald Mackay 1529-50. AS John Mackay died leaving no legitimate male issue, he was succeeded in 1529 by his brother Donald, who about that time assisted the Master of Forbes and Sir John Cam...

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John Mackay van Strathnaver, (1516-1529) (b. - 1529)

XI. 1. John Mackay 1517-29. WE have now come to a point where it is absolutely necessary to take a general survey of the situation in Sutherland, owing to the advent of the Gordons and its far reachi...

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Niel-Wass or Niel Vass MacKay van Strathnaver (c.1413 - 1450)

VIII. Niel Vass 1433-50. FOR some years after the death of his father Neil continued in JjT captivity, and the maintenance of the interests of the Mackays of Strathnaver devolved during the interval ...

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Thomas Mackay (b. - 1430)

Thomas Neilsou held the lands of Creich, etc., of his cousin Angus Du, and was executed at Inverness, probably in 1426, for the slaughter of Mowat of Bucholly. pg. 50 THE BOOK OF MACKAY BY ANGUS MACK...

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Niel Mackay, II (b. - 1433)

Neil Neilson also married a daughter of the said Angus Moray, and obtained from King James I. in 1430 a charter of the lands of Creich, Gairloch, etc., escheated from his deceased brother, Thomas. The ...

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Roderick-Gald, or Lowland Gald, or Rorie Gald Mackay van Strathnaver (b. - 1411)

Donald of the Isles, says Sir Robert, conceived such indignation and displeasure at his being deprived of the earldom, that he raised all the power of the Isles, and invaded and spoiled the country Ros...

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Angus Du or Dubh MacKay, 7th of Strathnaver (1380-1429) (c.1375 - 1433)

VII . Angus Du 1403-33. HUISTEAN DU, who became tutor to his youthful nephew, Angus Du, on his father's death, offended the widowed mother whether justly or unjustly we cannot say. The relations betw...

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Donald Mackay (c.1332 - c.1370)

V. Donald K. 1370 DONALD was murdered in 1370, along with his father, in Dingwall Castle by Nicolas Sutherland, as already described. His known issue was four sons : — i. Angus, who succ...

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Neil Mackay (deceased)

iv. Neil, who seems to have settled in Creich, for his three sons, Thomas, Morgan, and Neil had lands there, and in the neighbourhood. Thomas Neilsou held the lands of Creich, etc., of his cousin Angus...

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Iye ( Ymar, Yvor) Mor MacKay van Strathnaver, I (1340-1370) (b. - 1370)

IV. Iye 1330-70. BETWEEN lye of Strathnaver and the family of Sutherland there existed a protracted feud, which caused much bloodshed on either side, and occasioned the murder of lye at Dingwall in 1...

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James Mckee (deceased)

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Alexander Mckee - Questioned as son (c.1780 - d.)

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John Telford Mckee (1783 - 1857)

McKee Cemetery Also called Big Springs Cemetery. Located off Rt 60 on Rt 631 on Clarence Tardy's farm. Tombstones were recorded by Bob Driver, Mrs. Margaret Seebert, listings provided by Rev. Wray Sher...

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James Logan Mckee (1752 - 1832)

James AFN:1DVT-S12 birth info also given as: MCKEE b. 14 Mar 1751/ 52 Cumberland co., Pa.[ Kerrs Creek, Rockbridge, Virginia] depending upon which family report / group sheets your find there are...

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Samuel Mckee, Colonel (1832 - 1862)

Civil War at Stone River and Battle of Shiloh near or around Murfeesboro, Tn.; Res. Keokuk, Lee, Ia. Centre College Alumni, Published 1890. Garrard Co, 1853 graduate. Garrarad Co, 1853 graduate. Samu...

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James Finely Mckee (1830 - d.)

farmer

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John Lapsley McKee, D.D. (1827 - 1902)

Res. Keokuk, Lee, Ia. Centre College Alumni, Published 1890. 1849 graduate, Garrard Co.John Lapsley McKee Born Feb. 16, 1827, in Garrard co., KY. Gospel ministry, Presb.; Princ. Theo. Sem., '51-'52; ...

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Hugh Mckee (deceased)

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James F Mckee (deceased)

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William Mckee (deceased)

Lexington, Fayette, Ky.

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Robert Mckee, Attorney (deceased)

attorney in New Orleans, St. Bernard, La

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Charles L Mckee (1861 - d.)

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Alexander Logan Mckee (1852 - 1931)

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