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Abigail Martha MacKay (Jenkins) MP (1799 - 1897)

Alice Mackay (Veazey) MP (deceased)

Charles Donald MacKay MP (1878 - d.)

Name: Mr Charles Donald MacKay Born: Thursday 10th January 1878 in Southampton Hampshire England Age: 34 years Last Residence: at 18 Milton Road Southampton Hampshire England - Map Occupati...

Daniel Mackay, baron MP (1878 - 1962)

loopbaan Marine-officier - Luitenant ter zee 1e klasse 1907 : Gemeenteontvanger EDE -GL- 1912 : Burgemeester VOORBURG -ZH- 1917 : Burgemeester MEDAN - Sumatra - Ned.Indie 1931-1935 : Burgem...

David Mackay MP

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...

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...

Elizabeth MacKay (Corbet) MP (1620 - 1670)

Elizabeth Bragg (MacKay) MP (1708 - 1750)

Elsie "Poppy" Mackay MP (c.1893 - 1928)

) Elsie Mackay (born c. 1900, date of death unknown) was an American actress on Broadway and films in the 1920s and 1930s. Private life Elsie Mackay became the second wife of actor Lionel Atw...

Euphemia Mackay (Munro) MP (1555 - c.1590)

Biographical Summary " Euphemia , who married Donald Mackay, I. of Scourie, with issue — Hugh, who married Ann, daughter of John Corbet of Arboll, with issue — William Hector ...

George Chisolm MacKay MP (1803 - 1861)

George William MacKay MP (c.1892 - 1912)

Mr George William MacKay Age: 20 years Last Residence: in London London England Occupation: Butler 3rd Class passenger First Embarked: Southampton on Wednesday 10th April 1912 Ticket ...

Gordon Weatherstone MacKay MP (c.1901 - c.1986)

The family of Gordon Weatherstone MacKay moved to the Philippines in 1882. Together with W. Eric Little, John J. Russell, Frank W. Wakefield and W.P.G. Elliot, Gordon W. Mackay founded the Manila Stock...

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...

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...

General Hugh Mackay MP (c.1640 - 1692)

III. General Hugh Mackay of Scoury, known among his countrymen as An Shenilir Mor, The Great General, to distinguish him from other generals of the name of Mackay. In our memoir of the 3rd Lord Reay we...

Isak Mackay MP (c.1610 - 1692)

Isach Rolfsson Mackey Bruksförvaltare / Brukspatron. Blev ca 82 år. Far: Rudolph (Rolof) Welamsson Mackey Mor: Anna Swensdotter (1570 - 1636) Född: omkring 1610 Skottland...

James Mackay, Jr. MP (1831 - 1912)

The Ngati Paoa Tribe gave James Mackay the power of attorney over the entire tribe so he acted for them legally in the many intricate dealings that were going on. They bestowed the title of Chief on hi...

Jane MacKay (Dunbar) MP (1640 - 1700)

Louisa W. Veazey (Mackay) MP (1847 - d.)

Lydia MacKay (Whitson) MP (1714 - 1740)

Mary MacKay (Job) MP (1730 - c.1776)

Mary Ferris (Mackay) MP (1741 - 1790)

Mary Munro (Mackay), Lady Fowlis MP (c.1605 - d.)

Mary, married Hector Munro, brother and successor of Colonel Robert Munro of Fowlis. Hector, who joined Lord Eeay's regiment, became a colonel, and was created a bart., 7th June, 1634. He died at Hambu...

Mercy MacKay (Borden) MP (c.1707 - d.)

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Moses Green MacKay MP (1708 - 1780)

Patience Vernon MacKay (Job) MP (1710 - 1762)

Married Robert McKay, Jr., 27 Mar 1735 in Cecil County, MD; (born 1708 in Freehold Twp., Monmouth County, NJ; died 1796 in Cedarville, Frederick County, VA;) . More About Patience Job: Burial: 17...

Chieftainess Puahaere MP (deceased)

Puahaere later married Reutana Te Ngaro and had Puahaere 2nd...she then had twin boys to Te Popoki Te kurapae.......who left the Ngamotu and Seymour whanaus. Puahaere the 2nd married Te Maraenui Hingat...

Robert MacKay MP (1708 - 1796)

Robert McKay, Jr., born 1708 in Freehold Twp., Monmouth County, NJ; died 1796 in Cedarville, Frederick County, VA; married (1) Patience Job 27 Mar 1735 in Cecil County, MD; (born 02 Sep 1710 in C...

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...

Zachariah MacKay MP (1714 - 1797)

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Colin Patrick Mackay (deceased)

"Bill" Mackay (deceased)

(Rev) Alexander Bisset MacKay (1842 - d.)

(Unnamed Female) MacKay (1890 - 1890)

(Unnamed Male) MacKay (1879 - 1879)

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? Mackay (b. - 1795)

Died in childbirth of Angus Mackay 29th January 1795

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? MacKay (Atkinson) (deceased)

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?? Mackay van Strathnaver (deceased)

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??? MacKay (1949 - 1949)

Updated from Ancestry Genealogy via mother MARY MUIR KING by SmartCopy : Mar 1 2015, 22:23:38 UTC

??? Ross (MacKay) (deceased)

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[-?-] Murray or Moray (Mackay) (deceased)

i. A daughter, who married Hugh Murray of Aberseross and to whom she bore Hugh, " son and heir of Hugh Moray of Aberseross and grandson, and one of the heirs, of John MacKay of Strathnaver," as is reco...

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[-?-] MacKay (Macdonald) (deceased)

[-?-] MacKay ([-?-]), in Sandwood (deceased)

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[-?-] Mackay (Moray [Murray]), #2 (deceased)

[-?-] MacKay (Mathieson), of Shiness (deceased)

[-?-] Mackenzie (Mackay) (deceased)

[-?-] Du Mackay (Mackenzie) (deceased)

[-?-] MacKay (deceased)

[-?-] Mackay (Sutherland) (deceased)

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[-?-] Mackay (Peddie) (deceased)

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[-?-] Mackay ([-?-]) (deceased)

Those Lords of the Isles held originally of the kings of Norway, but these foreigners had for about two centuries prior to Donald's time, ceased to claim any superiority over the Hebrides ; nor did tho...

[-?-] Mackay, of Carnaehy (deceased)

[-?-] Mackay (deceased)

4. A dan. m. Hugh Mackay in Kylestrome, son of John Mackay and his spouse "Elizaheth Mackay, lawful dau. and only child of the deceased John Mackay, tacksman of Forsinain, also apparent heir of the dec...

[-?-] MacKay (Bennet) (deceased)

[-?-] MacKay (Wykes) (deceased)

[-?-] MacKay, of Skinet (deceased)

[-?-] Mackay (Fraser) (deceased)

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[-?-] Mackay (Mackintosh) (deceased)

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[-?-] Mackay (Gunn) (deceased)

[-?-] MacKay (deceased)

[-?-] Mackay ([-?-]) (deceased)

[-?-] Mackay van Strathnaver (Mackay) (deceased)

[-?-] MacKay, tenant in Carnachy, (deceased)

[-?-] Mackay (Murray) (deceased)

[-?-] MacKay (deceased)

[-?-] Mackay, sheep-farmer, Assynt (deceased)

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