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

Alice Mackay (Veazey) MP (1879 - d.)

Anna Mackay MP (1664 - 1689)

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...

Barbara Mackay MP (deceased)

Barbara Mackay, m. Eev. George Munro, minister of Farr 1754-80, and had issue Mary, who d. unmarried at Dornoch. pg. 295 THE BOOK OF MACKAY BY ANGUS MACKAY, M.A. (St. Andrews University) Minister a...

Catharine Mackay MP (1680 - 1724)

Catherine, m. Rev. John Mackay, Lairg (See Scoury Mackays). pg. 319 THE BOOK OF MACKAY BY ANGUS MACKAY, M.A. (St. Andrews University) Minister at Westerdale, Caithness EDINBURGH : NORMAN MACLEOD, -...

Catherine Baldwin (Mackay) MP (1800 - 1874)

Catherine Mackay (Snickers) MP (1757 - 1832)

Honourable Charles Mackay of Sandwood MP (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...

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

David Mackay (born 25 July 1988) is a professional Australian rules football player who plays for the Adelaide Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL). He was drafted by the club at pick ...

Donald Mackay, 1st Lord Reay, fiar of Strathnaver MP (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...

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 MP (1691 - 1776)

Elizabeth, m. the Rev. Angus Sage, Locharron, and had issue : — 1. Eev. Alexr. Sage, Kildonan, whose son, theR >Rev. Donald Sage, was the author of Memorabilia Domestica, published at Wi...

Elizabeth Bragg (MacKay) MP (1708 - 1750)

Elizabeth Mackay MP (1653 - 1705)

iv. Elizabeth, m., first, the Hon. Charles Mackay of Sandwood (See Sandwood Mackays), secondly, Robert Neilson Aberach Mackay (See Abeeach Mackays), and thirdly, John Grey of Rhine, Rogart, who gav...

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...

Helen Mackay MP (deceased)

Helène Mackay (Hommel) MP (1886 - 1926)

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...

Major Henry Mackay of Rearquhar MP (deceased)

Major Hugh, served on the staff of General Oglethorpe during the Spanish invasion of Georgia in 1742, and took a prominent part in organizing the militia of Strathnaver and Sutherland during the '45. ...

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...

Hugh Mackay of Melness, Tain & Dunfermline MP (deceased)

IVc. Hugh Mackay, son of John Illb., Strathan-Tongue. He is identified as Hugh, a Melness Mackay, who went to Tain and thence passed to Dunfermline, where he m. Alison Mudie, about 1748, having issue f...

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

pre Primrose Richards Jane Dunbar, daughter of Patrick Dunbar of Sydera (currently Cyderhall) in Sutherland (between Skibo and Dornoch). She was first married to William Ross of Little Kindeace, ...

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...

Isobell MacKay MP (c.1675 - d.)

vii. Isobell, m. John Mackay of Melness (See Melness Mackays). pg. 292 THE BOOK OF MACKAY BY ANGUS MACKAY, M.A. (St. Andrews University) Minister at Westerdale, Caithness EDINBURGH : NORMAN MACLE...

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...

Janet Mackay MP (deceased)

Hi. Janet Mackay, m. John Poison, Navidale, and had issue : — 1. Captain William Poison of the Virginia Eangers, k. at the battle of Monogahela Eiver in 1755. 2. John Poison, lieut. of the...

John Mackay of Strathan Tongue MP (deceased)

Illb. John Mackay, Stratlian-Tongue, sou of John II., m. Margaret, dau. of William Munro, Durness, and had four sons: — i, Alexander, of whom follows. ii. George, who served in Col. Hugh Macka...

Rev. John Mackay of Durness & Lairg MP (1653 - 1732)

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...

John Mackay of Melness MP (deceased)

II. John of Melness, m. (contract 26 July, 1699) Isobel, dau. of Captain Win. Mackay of Borley (See Scoury Mackays), and on 27 July, 1699, gave her sasine of Froskil. As an elder of the Kirk he took a ...

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

Lydia MacKay (Whitson) MP (1714 - 1740)

Lieut.-Col. Iye Mackay MP (deceased)

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.)

Updated from MyHeritage Match via father Benjamin Borden by SmartCopy : Oct 4 2014, 21:45:02 UTC

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...

Patrick Mackay MP (1668 - d.)

pre Primrose Richards Jane Dunbar, daughter of Patrick Dunbar of Sydera (currently Cyderhall) in Sutherland (between Skibo and Dornoch). She was first married to William Ross of Little Kindeace, ...

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 Neilson Mackay of Moudale MP (1629 - 1705)

VIIId. Robert Neilson lived for a time in Moudale, as is stated in the Criminal Letters of 1667. In a sasine of Eriboll, 3rd November, 1707, witnessed by his eldest son Neil, he is designated "the dece...

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...

Dr. Robert Mackay MP (deceased)

Theodoor Philip Mackay, baron MP (1840 - 1922)

1868-1874 : Burgemeester AMERONGEN - Utrecht 1868-1874 : Burgemeester LEERSUM - Utrecht 1874-1883 : Burgemeester WINTERSWIJK - Gelderland 1911-1922 : President Algemene Rekenkamer Genealogy ...

Rev. Thomas Mackay of Lairg MP (1717 - 1803)

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....

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)

H. Mackay (Proulx) (1867 - 1929)

Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees via husband A. S. Charles Mackay by SmartCopy : Jun 15 2015, 23:23:15 UTC

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Colin Patrick Mackay (c.1892 - 1915)

Colin Patrick Mackay. An Anzac hero. He was killed during the battle at Lone Pine, Gallipoli. He died between the 7th and 12th August, 1915, aged 24 years, Having volunteered he joined the 3rd Battalio...

"Bill" Mackay (deceased)

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

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(Unnamed Female) MacKay (1890 - 1890)

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

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