Skip to main content
Home  Contact Us  Member Login  Joseph of Arimathea  EDWARD III  DALRAIDA  Blood Line Jesus  Robert II King of Scotlan  ILFORD  Gherardini Florence  ST VINCENT CARIBBEAN  DANIELS PROPHESY ORDNANCE  MACKENZIE ROSSLYN LINK  AT FORTROSE..  JESUS IMAGE IHS CHRISTOS  ISLE OF SKYE GARAFFAD  NIGG  GOOGLE  Paul's copyright Pyramid  SS PETER BONIFACE  St Regulus at Balblair pa  TITLES ALEXANDER MACKENZI  FEARN  Cup and Column  Wessex  The Book  Dimensions of the Libroru  SCOTLANDSPEOPLE  lights  SCANDINAVIAN DREAMS  RH91418612488160114   
 

 NIGG PARISH

 

CONCERNING ALEX MACKENZIE OF TARBAT SISTER MARGARET SUTHERLAND THEREIN AT THE NIGG  PARISH  THE MARRIAGE AT BAYFIELD NIGG TO THE REVEREND HENRY JAMES HUGHES FELLOW OF MAGDALEN COLLEGE OXFORD SECOND DAUGHTER OF THE LATE COLONEL ROBERT MACKENZIE OF MILLMOUNT MARRIED 5TH AUGUST 1835 BAYFIELD A PLACE NAME KNOWN AS KINDEACE WHICH WAS KNOWN EARLIER AS ANKERVILLE. IT WAS IN THE PRESBYTERY OF TAIN AT THAT TIME  ALSO INCLUDED THE ENTIRE DISTRICT OF EASTER ROSS AND CONSISTS OF NINE QUOAD OMNIA PARISHES NAMELY, KINCARDINE, NIGG, TARBAT, FEARN, TAIN, KILMUIR-EASTER, LOGGIE-EASTER, ROSSKEEN AND EDDERTON.  NIGG PARISH CHURCH DEDICATED TO ST FIACRE BUILT IN 1626, RENOVATED IN 1725 AND ENLARGED IN 1786, ALTERATIONS TOOK PLACE IN 1864, THIS CHURCH REPLACED A CHURCH THAT STOOD IN THE SAME SITE IN 1255/6 REFERENCE IN HR 361/4NIGG ECCLESIASTICAL REPORT ON NIGG 1878. A DISPOSITION 2 MARCH 1667 OBTAINED FROM SIR GEORGE MACKENZIE OFTARBAT THE TOWNS LANDS OF MEIKLE KINDEACE IN THE NIGG PARISH TO DAVID MCCULLOCH BROTHER OF JAMES MCCULLOCH OF KINDEIS MALCOLM ROSS AND DAVID MCCULLOCH HAD A WADSET CONTRACT AND DAVID ROSS 2ND OFPITCALNIE WAS GRANDSON OF ALEXANDER ROSS 9TH OF BALNAGOWN AND MALCOLM ROSS WAS 1ST OF KINDEACE 3RDSON OF DAVID ROSS. A  WILLIAM ROSS  YOUNGER OF KINDEACE WAS SLAIN BETWEEN INVERGORDON AND DELNY AFTER A COMPANY OF MEN MET AT A HOUSE OFJOHN BAYNE OF DELNY HAD DRUNK AND EATEN THERE THAT  IN 1688 HE WAS A WITNESS IN THE CASE AND IS REPORTED  THAT LORD DUFFUS KILLED WILLIAM ROSS  YOUNGER OF KINDEACELORD DUFFUS, HIS DEBTOR, WHO HAD BEEN ASKED FOR PAYMENT, AS THEY WERE WALKING TOGETHER BETWEEN BALNAGOWN AND THE FERRY OF INVERBREAKIE, LORD DUFFUS FELL ON HIM AND RAN HIM THROUGH WITH HIS SWORD; HE FLED TO ENGLAND, AND REMAINED THERE UNTIL HIS FRIENDS PURCHASED A REMISSION FROM THE CROWN (KITIDEACE PAPERS). HE WAS SON-IN-LAW TO LADY SEAFORTH, WHO, WRITING TO HIM FROM CHANONRY,

(FORTROSE), 8TH APRIL 1688, SAID, MANY A MAN HAS FALLEN IN SUCH AN ACCIDENT WORSE THAN YOUR CIRCUMSTANCES WAS, YET HAS BEEN AT PEACE WITH GOD AND ALL THE WORLD, AND LIVED VERY HAPPILY FOR ALL THAT  (SOC. LIFE IN FORM. DAYS, DUNBAR, VOL. I. P. 105). WILLIAM ROSS LEFT DAVID ROSS HEIR TO HIS GRANDFATHER.  WILLIAM ROSS BROTHER TO DAVID ROSS (SASINE 4TH MAY 1 706).

THIS ESTATE IN 1721 WAS PURCHASED BY A WEALTHY MAGNATE MERCHANT KNOWN AS ALEXANDER ROSSALEXANDERROSS 1ST OF ANKERVILLE, WAS IN THE SERVICE OF AUGUSTUS, KING OF POLAND, AND BEING THE ONLY PERSON WHO COULD BEAR MORE LIQUOR THAN HIS MAJESTY, GOT TO BE A COMMISSARY, CAME AWAY WITH THE PLUNDER OF CHURCHES IN THE WAR ABOUT THE CROWN OF POLAND, PURCHASED THIS ESTATE (POCOCK'S TOUR THROUGH SCOTLAND, LETTER XXXIV.) ON RETURNING FROM CRACOW, POLAND, AND HE WAS ALSO A BURGESS, HIS ADDITIONAL NAME WAS POLANDERROSS, A NAME REFLECTING HIS TRADING PARTNERS WITH THE BALTIC REGION IN POLAND THAT SOME OF HIS CONNECTIONS WENT ON TO ESTABLISH DYNASTIES OF POLISH CITIZENS WHO LOST COMMUNICATION WITH THEIR DISTANT HIGHLAND ROOTS. A JAMES HUNTER WROTE OF A PERSON KNOWN AS WANDA MACHLEJD WHO SURVIVED THE WARSAW UPRISING IN 1944 AND WHOSE MACLEOD ANCESTORS LEFT ISLAND OF SKYE (ADAM HUNTER SURGEON EDINBURGH HAD 2 UNGATES OF LAND EXTENDING TO 8 MERKS TROTTERNISH ISLAND OF SKYE ONCE BELONGING TO MCNEIL OF BARRA PART OF THE ESTATE OF MACDONALD DR ADAM HUNTER CERTIFICATE FOR THE COMMITAL OF SIR JAMES SUTHERLAND MACKENZIE BROTHER OF ALEXANDER MACKENZIE BARONET OF TARBATJAMES OCHONCAR FORBES 18TH LORD FORBESBORN 7 MAR 1765 MARRRIED 2 JUN 1792 ELIZABETH HUNTER B. 9 MAY 1775 D. 1 OCT 1830 1ST DAUGHTER OF WALTER HUNTER OF POLMOOD AND CRAILING, BY HIS WIFE LADY CAROLINE MACKENZIE, 4TH DAUGHTER ANDCOHIERESS. OF GEORGE MACKENZIE THIRD  EARL CROMARTIE AND ISABEL GORDON. DAUGHTER CAROLINE HUNTER D.25.4.1824. . MRALEXANDER HUNTER DIED AT EDINBURGH 22D JANUARY 1786 AND WAS SUCCEEDED BY HIS NEPHEW WALTER HUNTER ESQ OF POLMOOD AND CRAILING WHOSE DANGHTER ELIZABETH THE WIFE OF THE EIGHTEENTH LORD FORBES CAME INTO POSSESSION OF POLMOOD). IN 1620 WENT TO FIGHT AS A MERCENARY IN THE THIRTY YEARS WAR HIGHLAND SOLDIERS WERE IN DEMAND IN THE 17TH CENTURY THERE EXISTS DOCUMENTED REPORTS OF SOLDIERS OF MACKAY’S REGIMENT AT STETTIN IN POLAND WHERE THEY SAILED FROM CROMARTY IN 1626. IN 1751WILLIAM ROBERTSON MERCHANT AND BURGESS POSSESSED THE ESTATE OF OLD INCHFURE IN KILMUIR THE SEAT INCHFURE IN THE PARISH CHURCH OF KILMUIR-EASTER   RENAMING IT KINDEACE AFTER THEIR NIGG PROPERTY AND AT THAT TIME IT CONSISTED THE TOWN AND LANDS OF STRATHNORY AND KEANRIVE LYING WITHIN THE PARISH OF KILMUIR-EASTER INCLUDING ST MARYS PARISH CHURCH AND OTHER ESTATES IN THE AREA. IN 1788 THEY WERE PURCHASED BY JOHN MACKENZIE A NAVY COMMANDER WHO CHANGED THE NAME TO BAYFIELDCHAPELHILL 1738 A SECESSION CHURCH AND CONGREGATION WERE FORMED INTO A SOCIETY KNOWN AS THE ‘SOCIETY OF ROSS’ THE SECEDERS ATTENDING THE MINISTRY OF REVERENT PORTEOUS OF KILMUIR

1758. PAPER, ENDORSED WRIT OF ATTOLERANCE TO REVEREND PATRICK BUCHANNAN 1765-99 SECESSION MINISTER AND HIS PEOPLE OF INVERCHASLY DAVID ROSS OF INVERCHASLY, WITH WILLIAM GAIR A TENNANT IN  BALCHRAGGAN OFANKERVILLE HAS GRANTED AN ATTOLERANCE TO THE ELDERS AND OTHER PEOPLE IN THE PARISH OF NIGG  WHO HAVE SEPERATED THEMSELVES FROM CROWN PATRONAGE AND PATRICK GRANT MINISTER FROM DUTHIL FROM THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH ADMITTED MINISTER OF NIGG ON 27TH JULY 1756 AND DIED 19TH JANUARY 1788 AND SUCCEEDED BY A MINISTER FROM THE GAELIC CHAPEL OF CROMARTY ADMITTED NIGG22ND OCTOBER 1788 AND SUCCEEDED BY LEWIS ROSE ADMITTED MINISTER OF NIGG 24TH SEPTEMBER 1818. PATRICK BUCHANNAN THE LEGAL SETTLED MINISTER OF NIGGTO BUILD A MEETING HOUSE FOR WORSHIP AND A HOUSE TO RODERICK MACKENZIE THEIR MINISTER UPON THE BOUNDS OF THE SAID LANDS OF BALCHRAGAN MR WILLIAM GAIR'S RECEIVED A TACK FROM DAVID ROSS OTHERWISE KNOWN AS LORDANKERVILLE AND SUBSCRIBED BY LORD ANKERVILLE AT ANKERVILLE THE 2ND DAY OF NOVEMBER 1758 DAVID ROSS 2ND OF INVERCHASSLEY. DAVID ROSS YOUNGER OF INVERCHASLY ADVOCATE, FIAR OF THE LANDS OF ANKERVILLE, DO HEREBY HOMOLOGATE THE ABOVE ATTOLERANCE TILL THE EXPIRATION OF THE ABOVE TACK IN WITNESS WHEREOF I HAVE SUBSCRIBED THESE PRESENTS WRITTEN BY ROBERT DONALDSON, DUNSKEATHNESS, AT TARLOGIE THE 29TH DAY OF APRIL1761 BEFORE THESE WITNESSES MR DONALD ROSS MINISTER AT FEARN AND ROBERT DONALDSON DAVID ROSS 3RD OF INVERCHASSLEY, AFTERWARDS LORD ANKERVILLEMR GRANT WAS PRESENTED, BUT VERY STRONG OBJECTIONS WERE URGED, AND THE PRESBYTERY WOULD NOT TAKE ANY STEPS TO INDUCT HIM TILL COMPELLED BY AN ORDINANCE OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY, WHO HAD DECIDED THAT ENOUGH HAD NOT BEEN PROVED AGAINST HIM TO PREVENT IT. THE PEOPLE THEN LEFT ALMOST IN A BODY, AND FORMED A SECESSION CHURCH UNDER THE GENERAL ASSOCIATE PRESBYTERY OF PERTH TO ORGANIZE A MEETING PLACE FOR WORSHIP AND IN 1763/4 AT ANKERVILLE A PLACE OF WORSHIP WAS ESTABLISHED KNOWN AS GENERAL ASSOCIATE ANTIBURGHER CHURCH UNDER PATRICK BUCHANNAN OF PERTH, HERITORS FROM THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH INCLUDING DAVID ROSS WERE INSTUMENTAL IN BRINGING DOWN THE SCHISMATIC PLACE OF WORSHIP ON THE EXPIRY OF GAIR'S TACK AT THE END OF THE CENTURY, THE LAIRD, BEING FREE FROM THE ABOVE WRIT, CLAIMED SITE AND BUILDING, AND TOOK THE STONES TO BUILD SHANDWICK HOUSE WHERE ONCE A CHAPEL EXISTED THE HOUSE  WAS ABANDONED AND THE OLD CHURCH SITE WAS MARKED TILL 1906 BY A CLUMP OF TREES. AND THEN BY A PATCH OF TARES ANOTHER CHURCH WAS BUILT, AND STILL STANDS, AT CHAPELHILL ON THE ESTATE OFPITCALNIE AS TO THE MR GRANT SO STRONGLY OBJECTED 1788NIGG MANSE 19TH MARCH. AT A MEETING OF THE CREDITORS OF THE DECEAST MR PATRICK GRANT, MINISTER PRODUCED GROUNDS OF DEBT. THE NAMES OF THE CHURCHS HERE OVER THIS PERIOD WERE IN 1803 AN ,ANTI BURGHER CHURCH IN 1820 CHANGED TO NIGG ASSOCIATE CHURCH, IN1847 KNOWN AS THE UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  AND IN 1872 THE FREE CHURCH .

ROSS OF PITCALNIE LINEAGE

GEORGE  MUNRO  MARRIED  MARGARET  DAUGHTER  OF  DUNCAN FORBES, (1685-1747) LORD PRESIDENT OF THE COURT OF SESSION  OF CULLODEN, AND SISTER OF PRESIDENT  FORBES,  LORD PRESIDENT OF THE SCOTTISH COURT OF SESSION,2ND SON OF DUNCAN FORBES OF CULLODEN WHO WAS THE AUTHOR OF AN ACCOUNT OF THE FAMILY OF INNES (1698). DURING THE REBELLION OF 1715 HE WAS ACTIVE IN INVERNESS-SHIRE ON BEHALF OF THE GOVERNMENT, AND WAS APPOINTED ADVOCATE-DEPUTE (1716), SOLICITOR-GENERAL FOR SCOTLAND (1717) LORD ADVOCATE (1725).  LORD PRESIDENT OF THE COURT OF SESSION 1737 IT WAS MAINLY DUE TO HIM THAT SOME OF  THE MORE INFLUENTIAL HIGHLAND CHIEFS WERE PREVENTED FROM SUPPORTING PRINCE CHARLIE IN 1745; AND HE ALSO SPENT A LARGE PART OF HIS FORTUNE IN THE PAYMENT OF TROOPS, AND IN MEASURES FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF PEACE AND ORDER. HE ALSO OFFERED OPPOSITION TO THE REVENGEFUL POLICY OF THE DUKE OF CUMBERLAND. HE WAS AN HONEST, UNSELFISH AND HIGH-MINDED PATRIOT. HE TOOK AN INTEREST IN RELIGIOUS AND THEOLOGICAL TOPICS, HIS WORKS ON THOSE SUBJECTS  ISSUE —

1. JOHN HIS HEIR AND SUCCESSOR.

2.  MARY WHO SUCCEEDED HER BROTHER JOHN.

3. JANE WHO MARRIED FIRST, WILLIAM ROSS OF ALDIE HAD    OTHERS, A SON WILLIAM ROSS MUNRO, WHO SUCCEEDED HIS AUNT, MARY, AS VI OF NEWMORE JANE MARRIED SECONDLY, ALEXANDER ROSS, IV. OF PITCALNIE,  MARRIAGE CONTRACT DATED THE 22ND OF SEPTEMBER, 1730,  AND STATES THAT ALEXANDER'S FATHER DISPONES TO ALEXANDER  HIS SON, AND THE HEIRS MALE TO BE PROCREATED BETWEEN HIM  AND JEAN MUNRO, HIS SPOUSE, SECOND LAWFUL  DAUGHTER TO GEORGE MUNRO OF NEWMORE, ALL THE TOWNS  AND LANDS OF  PITCALNY  AND OTHERS IN THE PARISHES OF  NIGG, TARBERT, AND KINCARDINE. TWO OF THE WITNESSES ARE CHARLES AND ANGUS, THIRD AND FOURTH LAWFUL SONS OF MALCOLM ROSS, AND BROTHERS OF ALEXANDER.  BY HER SECOND MARRIAGE JANE HAD ISSUE, ONLY SON   MALCOLM  WHO SUCCEEDED HIS FATHER IN PITCALNIE.

4. ANN WHO MARRIED RODERICK MACCULLOCH 3RD OF GLASTULLICH HAD ISSUE, DAVID, WHO SUCCEEDED, AND A DAUGHTER MARY, WHO MARRIED THE REV. HUGH ROSS, MINISTER OF TAIN, HAD ISSUE - SIX SONS AND ONE DAUGHTER.

5. ISABELLA, WHO MARRIED DAVID ROSS1ST OF INVERCHASSLEY  AND TARLOGIE, HAD ISSUE - DAVID OF TARLOGIE ANDANKERVILLE, A LORD OF SESSION UNDER THE TITLE OF LORD ANKERVILLE.

LINE  OF PITCALNIE

NICHOLAS ROSS 1ST OF PITCALNIE, ELDEST SON OF ALEXANDER ROSS 9TH OF BALNAGOWN BY HIS SECOND WIFE, KATHARINE MACKENZIE DAUGHTER OF KENNETH MACKENZIE OF KINTAIL. PITCALNIE WAS CONVEYED TO THEM BY HENRY, BISHOP OF ROSS (HIST. MSS. 6TH REPORT, P. 715). IN 1587 NICHOLAS OBTAINED A CHARTER FROM HIS FATHER OFPITCALNIE AND OTHER LANDS. IN FEBRUARY 1591 ENGAGED WITH HIS FATHER AND HALF BROTHER GEORGE IN ASSISTING THE FUGITIVE EARL OF BOTHWELL IN THE NORTH, (REGISTER PRIV. CORING). CHARTER TO HIM AND DAVID, HIS SON AND HEIR, OF THE THIRD PART OF ARKBOLL.HE DIED JULY 1611 (KALENDER OF FERN), HAVING MARRIED (CONTRACT DATED ATARKBOLL24TH JUNE 1587) MARGARET, DAUGHTER OF HUGH MUNRO OF ASSYNT, AND WIDOW OF ALEXANDER ROSS, SECOND OF LITTLE TARRELL.

SHE HAD ISSUE:

DAVID ROSS

1. CHRISTIAN MARRIED DONALD MACLEOD, 7TH OF ASSYNT. A SASINE  3O JUNE 1624.

DAVID ROSS 2ND OF PITCALNIE, HEIR OF MALCOLM ROSS OF CAMBUSCURRY, 27 OCTOBER 1618 (INQ. SPEC. ROSS ET CROM.). HE DIED I4TH OCTOBER 1646, BURIED AT FERN, HAVING MARRIED JEAN, DAUGHTER OF ALEXANDER DUNBAR OF MUNNESS (SASINE I5TH DECEMBER 1640), LEAVING BRANCHES OF ANKERVILLE AND EASTER FEARN. ROBERT ROSS, SECOND SON OF WILLIAM ROSS, THIRD OF INVERCHARRON, WHO DIED I3TH OCTOBER 1622, HAD BY TWO SONS,

1. WILLIAM ROSS

2. ALEXANDER ROSS

3. WILLIAM HAD A SON,

4.ALEXANDER, FIRST OF ANKERVILLE (SASINE 3RD JANUARY 1721 ON CHARTER UNDER GREAT SEAL IN FAVOUR OF ALEXANDER ROSS, LATE MERCHANT AT CRACOW, OF THE LANDS OF EASTER KINDEACE, NOW CALLED ANKERVILLE). HE DIED BETWEEN 1743 AND 1750, HAVING MARRIED SOPHIA FRENCH (SASINE 26TH JANUARY 1733),

ISSUE:

ALEXANDER ROSS ELDEST SON (SASINE 3RD JANUARY 1728).

DAVID ROSS SECOND SON (SASINE 1733).

DAVID ROSS 3RD OF INVERCHASLEY, WAS APPOINTED IN 1756 STEWART-DEPUTE OF KIRKCUDBRIGHT, IN 1763 ONE OF THE PRINCIPAL CLERKS OF SESSION, AND IN 1776 WAS RAISED TO THE BENCH BY THE TITLE OF LORD ANKERVILLE. WHEN IN1786 HE SOLD, FOR 17,600, THE ESTATES OF SHANDWICK, CULLISS, AND ANKERVILLE TO WILLIAM ROSS, GRANDSON OF ANDREW ROSS, 7TH OF SHANDWICK, HE RETAINED TARLOGIE AND MORANGIE. BORN 1727, HE DIED AT TARLOGIE CHARLESROSS, LIEUTENANT-GENERAL, STYLED  OF MORANGIE, SECOND SON OF DAVID ROSS, 2ND OF INVERCHASLEY, HAVING BECOME OWNER OF INVERCHARRON, MADE A SETTLEMENT OF HIS ESTATES 3IST MAY 1796, RECORDED 9TH MARCH 1797(REGISTER OF TAILZIES, EDINBURGH, VOL. 30, F. 107). FAILING HIS OWN HEIRS, HE DISPONED HIS ESTATES TO HIS NEPHEW, CHARLES ROSS, ADVOCATE AND HIS HEIRS, WHOM FALLING TO DAVID ROSS, YOUNGER OF ANKERVILLE AND HIS HEIRS ; TO HIS NEPHEW, CAPTAIN DAVID ROSS SON OF WILLIAM ROSS, LATE OF INVERCHARRON, BY HIS SISTER, ISOBEL ROSS; TO HIS NEPHEW, GEORGE MUNRO OF CULRAIN; TO CAPTAIN DAVID ROSS, LATE OF KINDEACE, NOW ON HALF PAY, AND THEIR HEIR; WHOMFAILING TO HIS NIECES, DAUGHTERS OF LORD ANKERVILLE, VIZ. MARGARET, WIFE OF MAJOR JAMES BAILLIE, FORT-MAJOR OF FORT-GEORGE, ELIZABETH ROSS, JEAN ROSS, AND THEIR HEIRS; TO HIS NIECES, DAUGHTERS OF INVERCHARRON, VIZ. HELEN, WIFE OF WILLIAM M'CAW, AND ELIZABETH ROSS, SECOND DAUGHTER, AND THEIR HEIRS; TOJAMES ROSE, WRITER, EDINBURGH, THIRD SON OF THE DECEASED MR. HUGH ROSE, MINISTER OF TAIN, BY MARY M'CULLOCH, HIS (THE GENERAL'S) FIRST COUSIN, AND HIS HEIRS; WHOM ALL FAILING, TO HIS OWN LAWFUL HEIRS.

KINDEACE LINE

MALCOLM ROSS, FIRST OF KINDEACE, THIRD SON OF DAVID ROSS, 2ND OF PITCALNIE, DESCRIBED AS 'IN GEANY' (SASINE I7TH JULY 1624), THEN IN MID GENIES (SASINE 23RD APRIL 1627), OBTAINED A CHARTER FROM JOHN CORBAT OF LITTLERANIE OF PART OF THE LANDS OF MID GENIES IN THE ABBACY OF FERN IN FAVOUR OF HIMSELF AND KATHERINE CORBAT HIS SPOUSE (SASINE ON THE SAME 3OTH MAY 1649), AND ALSO A CHARTER (SASINE 8TH AUGUST 1651), FROM JOHN ROSSOF LITTLE TARREL LORD ANKERVILLE, WHOSE MARRIAGE CONTRACT BEARS DATE AUGUST 1755, IT APPEARS THAT DAVIDROSS1ST OF INVERCHASLEY, BY HIS FIRST WIFE, HAD THE FOLLOWING DAUGHTERS,

1. KATHERINE ROSS DAUGHTER OF WILLIAM ROSS OF KINDEACE (MARRIAGE-CONTRACT) DATED I7TH MARCH MARRIED GEORGE  MCKAY OF BIGHOUSE. GEORGE MACKAY OF HANDA, LATER OF BIGHOUSE, SUTHERLANDSHIRE. BORN 29 JUNE 1736, DIED  SCOTSTOUN, PEEBLES 6 SEPTEMBER 1798. HAD A COMPANY IN DUKE OF GORDON'S NORTH FENCIBLES IN 1778; LIEUT-COL OF REAY FENCIBLES.  MARRIED AGAIN, 11 JUNE 1768 LOUISA (OR LUCY) CAMPBELL (BORN 1 OCTOBER 1751, D 25 AUGUST 1835).            

1. JANET MACKAY. MARRIED  SIR  BENJAMIN  SUTHERLAND DUNBAR, 3RD BT OF HEMPRIGGS, LATER 6TH LORD DUFFUS(BORN 28 APRIL 1763, DIED 1843).               

2. HUGH MACKAY.                    

3. ROBERT MACKAY.              

4. (CHILD)   MACKAY).             

5. ELIZABETH MACKAY.                    

6. JEAN MACKAY. DIED 1858.  MARRIED 10 NOVEMBER 1792 GEORGE SACKVILLE SUTHERLAND OF UPPAT. BORN OCTOBER 1770. DIED 1812.



 

 

 

 

 

Subpages (2): HYPER FUSSION PAUL KAY FOSTER MACKENZIE