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     GENEALOGY OF KATHERINE SUTHERLAND SPOUSE TO ALEXANDER MACKENZIE


     COL DONALD MACKAY*ARNOLDA MARGARET VAN DON STEEN   BARONESS

     BRIGADIER GENERAL AENAS MACKAY

     ROBERT MACKAY

     JOHN MACKAY LORD REAY

 

     COL. HUGH MACKAY OF SCOURIE

     CAPTAIN HUGH MACKAY OF SCOURIE

 

     DONALD MACKAY 1ST LORD REAY

     JOHN MACKAY

 

     DONALD MACKAY

     GEORGE MACKAY 3RD LORD REAY

     COL. HUGH MACKAY

     MARY MACKAY

     ELIZABETH BAILLIE

     KATHARINE SUTHERLAND

     


ALEXANDER MACKENZIE OF TARBAT  ST VINCENT WILL TESTAMENT



Katherine Mackenzie (née Sutherland)

Profile & Legacies Summary

No Dates

CLAIMANT OR BENEFICIARY

Biography

Correspondent and possibly counter claimant for the enslaved people for the compensation on Waterloo and Orange Hill estates in St Vincent. Mother of Sir Alexander Mackenzie Bart (q.v.), sister of Robert Sutherland (q.v.), daughter of Col. James Sutherland of Uppat and widow of Colonel Robert Mackenzie of the East India Co.

Sources

T71/1594 p 181 22/3/1838 letter forwarding details of claims 449 and 450 to Mrs. Katherine Mackenzie Mill mount, Park hill Rosshire, Scotland in response to her letter of 16/3/1838 seeking the number of slaves and the compensation for Waterloo and Orange Hill estates belonging to the heirs of Robert Sutherland, 'my Agent having evidently by mistake given me the wrong numbers of Claim in which I am interested.'

Further Information

Absentee? British/Irish

Maiden Name Sutherland

Spouse Col. Robert Mackenzie

Associated Claims (2)

St Vincent 449B (Orange Hill) £3,363 5S 10D Unsuccessful claimant DETAILS

St Vincent 450 (Waterloo Estate) £7,856 11S 7D Unsuccessful claimant DETAILS

Relationships (2)

Katherine Mackenzie (née Sutherland)

MOTHER → SON

Sir Alexander Mackenzie Bart. DETAILS

Katherine Mackenzie (née Sutherland)

SISTER → BROTHER

Robert Sutherland DETAILS

Addresses (1)

Milmount, Park Hill, Rossshire, Scotland DETAILS

St Vincent 449B (Orange Hill)

Claim Details & Associated Individuals

24th Oct 1836 | 243 Enslaved | £3363 5S 10D

CLAIM DETAILS

Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 322. T71/500 p. 37: enslaved persons registered in 1834 by Jas Sutherland for Jas Sutherland, George Mackay Sutherland, the heirs of Owen Baillie Sutherland and the heirs of Thos. Paterson.

Further Information

Colony St Vincent

Claim No.449B

Estate Orange Hill

Contested Yes

Associated Individuals (5)

Katherine Mackenzie (née Sutherland) Unsuccessful claimant

William Fraser Awardee

Claude Neilson Awardee

Boyd Alexander Awardee

William Maxwell Alexander Awardee

St Vincent 450 (Waterloo Estate)

Claim Details & Associated Individuals

24th Oct 1836 | 308 Enslaved | £7856 11S 7D

CLAIM DETAILS

Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 322. See also St Vincent claim no. 449 for Alexander Mackenzie at Southampton Place, Euston Square.

NDO4/10 450B [award to James Sutherland] paid to Claude Neilson.

T71/1594 p. 181: letter dated 22/03/1838 forwarding details of St Vincent claims 449 and 450 to Mrs. Katherine Mackenzie Milnmount: see St Vincent claim no 448) Park hill, Rosshire in response to her letter of 16/03/1838 seeking the number of enslaved persons and compensation for Waterloo and Orange Hill estates belonging to the heirs of Robert Sutherland, 'my Agent having evidently by mistake given me the wrong numbers of Claim in which I am interested.'

T71/1610: letter from R.M. Reece on behalf of Alex Mackenzie dated 13/01/1836: 'a probability that in a certain event my client may be induced to withdraw the counter claim lodged by him in time to prevent the money to be appropriated to those estates from being paid to the Accountant-General.'

T71/500 registered 1834 by James Sutherland for James Sutherland, George Mackay Sutherland and the heirs of Owen B. Sutherland.

Further Information

Colony St Vincent

Claim No.450

Estate Waterloo Estate

Contested Yes

Associated Individuals (8)

Katherine Mackenzie (née Sutherland) Unsuccessful claimant

Alexander Mackenzie Awardee

William Fraser Awardee

John Knapp Sutcliffe Awardee

William Maxwell Alexander Awardee

Claude Neilson Awardee

Boyd Alexander Awardee

Robert Sutherland Other association

Alexander Mackenzie

Profile & Legacies Summary

No Dates

CLAIMANT OR BENEFICIARY

Biography

Awarded part of the compensation for the enslaved people on Waterloo estate on St Vincent. Probably but not certainly Sir Alexander Mackenzie baronet who was awarded the compensation for Tourama under St Vincent no. 448 and whose mother Katharine Mackenzie wrote in pursuit of both St Vincent nos. 449 and 450.

Sources

St Vincent No. 450. T71/1610 letter from R M Reece on behalf of Alex Mackenzie: 13/1/1836: 'a probability that in a certain event my client may be induced to withdraw the counter claim lodged by him in time to prevent the money to be appropriated to those estates from being paid to the Accountant-General'; St Vincent no. 448.

Further Information

Absentee? British/Irish

Associated Claims (1)

St Vincent 450 (Waterloo Estate) £7,856 11S 7D Awardee DETAILS

St Vincent 450 (Waterloo Estate)

Claim Details & Associated Individuals

24th Oct 1836 | 308 Enslaved | £7856 11S 7D

CLAIM DETAILS

Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 322. See also St Vincent claim no. 449 for Alexander Mackenzie at Southampton Place, Euston Square.

NDO4/10 450B [award to James Sutherland] paid to Claude Neilson.

T71/1594 p. 181: letter dated 22/03/1838 forwarding details of St Vincent claims 449 and 450 to Mrs. Katherine Mackenzie, Milnmount: see St Vincent claim no 448) Park hill, Rosshire in response to her letter of 16/03/1838 seeking the number of enslaved persons and compensation for Waterloo and Orange Hill estates belonging to the heirs of Robert Sutherland, 'my Agent having evidently by mistake given me the wrong numbers of Claim in which I am interested.'

T71/1610: letter from R.M. Reece on behalf of Alex Mackenzie dated 13/01/1836: 'a probability that in a certain event my client may be induced to withdraw the counter claim lodged by him in time to prevent the money to be appropriated to those estates from being paid to the Accountant-General.'

T71/500 registered 1834 by James Sutherland for James Sutherland, George Mackay Sutherland and the heirs of Owen B. Sutherland.

Further Information

Colony St Vincent

Claim No.450

Estate Waterloo Estate

Contested Yes

Associated Individuals (8)

Katherine Mackenzie (née Sutherland) Unsuccessful claimant

Alexander Mackenzie Awardee

William Fraser Awardee

John Knapp Sutcliffe Awardee

William Maxwell Alexander Awardee

Claude Neilson Awardee

Boyd Alexander Awardee

Robert Sutherland Other association

Claude Neilson

Profile & Legacies Summary

1793 - 1872

CLAIMANT OR BENEFICIARY

Biography

"[Marriage, 23/09/1817] At Putney, Claude Neilson, Esq., only son of Claude Neilson of Ardarden, Dunbartonshire, to Renee, daughter of the late Charles Clifton, of Demerary." "[Death 13/01/1807] At Paisley, Lockhart Alexander, spouse of Claude Neilson, Esq. of Ardarden." Lockhart Alexander was the daughter of Claude Alexander of Newton - therefore Claude Neilson was first cousin to Boyd Alexander and William Maxwell Alexander (both q.v.).

Baptism of Claude Neilson 18/07/1820 - mother was Renee Ginshard Neilson Hackney Middlesex. Baptism of Boyd Alexander Neilson 04/04/1827 Hackney - mother Rance Guishard Neilson, [sic] father was Claude Neilson.

1820: ending of partnerships of Neilson and Hunter Glasgow; Neilson Johnston & Co. (Kingston) and Neilson, Ure & Co in Glasgow and William Ure & Co in St Thomas.

In the 1851 census at Summit House, Stamford Hill, London, age 58, widower, merchant, born Scotland, with children Claude (30), Lockhart (25), Boyd A. (24), Charles C. (22), Jane (18), Margaret (15), Helen H. (11) - all born in Hackney, Middlesex. Also present were 6 visitors and 6 servants. At the same address, again with his family, in 1861 and 1871. In 1881 his son Claude [sic] Neilson was at 78 Clapton Common, West India merchant, living with Lockhart Neilson sister, Boyd A. (brother, West India merchant) Charles Clifton] (brother, solicitor) all unmarried.

Claude Neilson [senior] formerly of Leaden hall Street but late of Upper Clapton and of Great St Helens died 14/05/1872; affects under £25,000. Executors were Claude Neilson of Great St Helens; Boyd Alexander Neilson of Great St Helens; Charles Clifton Neilson of Lincolns Inn.

1872: East and West India Dock Co looking to fill vacancy caused by death of Claude Neilson.

1927: receivership of Helene Cox trading as Claude Neilson & Sons. 6 Bury Court St Mary Axe London EC merchant.

Described in Blackwood’s Oct. 1818 Vol. 2 p. 125 marriage announcement as CN, son of Claude Neilson of Ardarden Dunbartonshire (who d. c 1826). If CN's mother= Lockhart Alexander, daughter of Claude Alexander of Newton, then W M Alexander and Boyd Alexander were his cousins.

Sources

T71/877 Antigua claim no. 1045 (Yapton Farm?).

Blackwood’s Magazine, Vol. 2, p. 126 (October 1817); The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Vol. 69, Part 1, p. 80 (January 1807). Birth of Lockhart Alexander to Claude Alexander and Joanna Cunningham, Glasgow 20/02/1760, General Registry Office for Scotland OPR Births 644/01 0130 0250.

Ancestry.com, London, England, Births and Baptisms, 1813-1906 [database online]; 1881 census online.

London Gazette, Issue 17650, 11/11/1820, p. 2118.

1851, 1861, 1871 and 1881 censuses online.

National Probate Calendar 1872.

London Gazette, Issue 23874, 09/07/1872, p. 3119.

London Gazette, Issue 33294 15/07/1927 p. 4628.

Further Information

Absentee? British/Irish

Spouse Renee Clifton

Children Claude, Lockhart, Boyd Alexander, Charles Clifton, Jane, Margaret, Helen Harriet (1840-1907)

Wealth at death£25,000

Occupation Merchant

Associated Claims (11)

Antigua 1045 (Yapton Farm?)£1,681 4S 1D Awardee (Mortgagee) DETAILS

Grenada 955 (Union Estate) £3,679 6S 5D Awardee (Judgment creditor) DETAILS

St Vincent 449B (Orange Hill) £3,363 5S 10D Awardee DETAILS

St Vincent 450 (Waterloo Estate) £7,856 11S 7D Awardee DETAILS

St Vincent 451 (Lot no 14 Estate (sic)) £8,926 12S 3D Awardee DETAILS

St Vincent 557 (Sion Hill) £3,794 13S 7D Awardee DETAILS

St Vincent 574 (Montrose) £2,993 13S 1D Awardee DETAILS

St Vincent 599 (Golden Grove) £3,101 19S 9D Awardee DETAILS

St Vincent 690A-D (Belmont) £3,705 2S 7D Awardee DETAILS

St Vincent 745 (Cheltenham, Island of Mustique) £6,525 9S 0D Awardee ETAILS

Trinidad 1838A & B (Clydesdale Cottage) £1,341 12S 9D Awardee DETAILS

Legacies Summary

Commercial (2)

NAME PARTNER

Hon Wm. Fraser, Alexander, Neilson & Co.

West India merchant    DETAILS

DIRECTOR

Imperial Fire

Insurance    DETAILS

Addresses (1)

Summit House, Stamford Hill, London, Middlesex, London, England DETAILS

William Fraser

Profile & Legacies Summary

12th Oct 1791 - 21st Mar 1845

CLAIMANT OR BENEFICIARY

Biography

Hon. William Fraser (1791-1845), 3rd son of Alexander Frazer, Lord Saltoun and Marjory Fraser, daughter and heiress of the London West Indian merchant Simon Fraser of Ness Castle (d. 19/05/1810 in New Cavendish Street in the 84th year of his age: Inverness Journal 01/06/1810]. Simon Fraser's son Simon Fraser (c. 1752- 06/08/1793) d. Dominica and left his Estate to the daughters of his sister Lady Saltoun. Hon. William Fraser's son Alexander became 18th Lord Saltoun upon the death of Hon William Fraser's oldest brother Alexander George in 1853 (the second brother, also Simon, had died in 1811).

Sources

T71/892 St Vincent claim nos. 449B (Orange Hill), 450 (Waterloo Estate), 451 (Lot no 14 Estate (sic)), 557 (Sion Hill), 574 (Montrose), 599 (Golden Grove) and 745 (Cheltenham, Island of mustique); T71/877 Antigua claim no. 1045 (Yapton Farm?); T71/894 Trinidad claim no. 1838A & B (Clydesdale Cottage); T71/880 Grenada claim no. 955 (Union Estate).

 

 www.electricscotland.com/canada/fraser/merchants.htm [accessed 06/08/2012].

Further Information

Absentee? British/Irish

Spouse Elizabeth Graham MacDowell

Children Alexander Fraser, 18th Lord Saltoun (1820-1886)

Associated Claims (10)

Antigua 1045 (Yapton Farm?)£1,681 4S 1D Awardee (Mortgagee) DETAILS

Grenada 955 (Union Estate) £3,679 6S 5D Awardee (Judgment creditor) DETAILS

St Vincent 449B (Orange Hill) £3,363 5S 10D Awardee DETAILS

St Vincent 450 (Waterloo Estate) £7,856 11S 7D Awardee DETAILS

St Vincent 451 (Lot no 14 Estate (sic)) £8,926 12S 3D Awardee DETAILS

St Vincent 557 (Sion Hill) £3,794 13S 7D Awardee DETAILS

St Vincent 574 (Montrose) £2,993 13S 1D Awardee (Mortgagee) DETAILS

St Vincent 599 (Golden Grove) £3,101 19S 9D Awardee (Mortgagee) DETAILS

St Vincent 745 (Cheltenham, Island of mustique) £6,525 9S 0D Awardee (Mortgagee) DETAILS

Trinidad 1838A & B (Clydesdale Cottage) £1,341 12S 9D Awardee DETAILS

Legacies Summary

Commercial (1)

FIRM INVESTMENT

Hon Wm. Fraser, Alexander, Neilson & Co.

West India merchant    DETAILS

Robert Sutherland

Profile & Legacies Summary

1776 - 1828

SLAVE-OWNER AND ANTECEDENT OF CLAIMANT OR BENEFICIARY

Biography

Son of Lt Col. James Sutherland of Uppat and Elizabeth Baillie, brother of Katherine Mackenzie, uncle of Sir Alexander McKenzie, Duncan Forbes Sutherland (q.v.), James and Robert Sutherland.

Owner of Waterloo, (St Vincent No. 450) and a moiety of Orange Hill (St Vincent No. 449) until his death in 1828.  

Sources

Family details from his will proved 2/12/1828 PROB 11/1749.

Further Information

Absentee? Transatlantic?

Spouse Jenetta Catherine McGregor

Children Reputed daughters Elizabeth and Mary

Will

PROB 11/1749 proved 2/12/1828

 

http://svgancestry.com/index.php/robert-sutherlands-will/

Associated Claims (1)

St Vincent 450 (Waterloo Estate) £7,856 11S 7D Other association DETAILS

Relationships (2)

Robert Sutherland

BROTHER → SISTER

Katherine Mackenzie (née Sutherland) DETAILS

Robert Sutherland

UNCLE → NEPHEW

Duncan Forbes Sutherland DETAILS

Addresses (2)

Milnmount, Kilmuir Easter, Ross & Cromarty, Highlands & Islands, Scotland DETAILS

Waterloo Estate, St Vincent DETAILS

Sir Alexander Mackenzie Bart.

Profile & Legacies Summary

1802 - 1841

CLAIMANT OR BENEFICIARY

Biography

Sir Alexander Mackenzie Bart., of Grandville and Cromarty, son of Col. Robert Mackenzie and Katherine Sutherland, daughter of Col James Sutherland of Uppat, awarded the compensation for the enslaved people on Tourama estate in St Vincent and probably those on the Waterloo estate as well.

Died married Calcutta 1839. Will of Sir Alexander Mackenzie Captain 48th Bengal Native Infantry proved 31/12/1842.

Sources

St Vincent no. 448 (Tourama, given as Sir Alexander Mackenzie of Grandville and Cromarty); St Vincent no. 450 (given as Alexander Mackenzie).

PROB 11/1972.

Further Information

Absentee? British/Irish

Name in compensation records Sir Alex. McKenzie Bart.

Childrend.s.p.

Occupation Soldier (East India Company)

Associated Claims (1)

St Vincent 448 (Tourama) £10,358 6S 7D Awardee DETAILS

Legacies Summary

Imperial (1)

EAST INDIA COMPANY

Military DETAILS notes →East India Company Army Officer, died in Calcutta...

Relationships (1)

Sir Alexander Mackenzie Bart.

SON → MOTHER

Katherine Mackenzie (née Sutherland) DETAILS

St Vincent 450 (Waterloo Estate)

Claim Details & Associated Individuals

24th Oct 1836 | 308 Enslaved | £7856 11S 7D

CLAIM DETAILS

Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 322. See also St Vincent claim no. 449 for Alexander Mackenzie at Southampton Place, Euston Square.

NDO4/10 450B [award to James Sutherland] paid to Claude Neilson.

T71/1594 p. 181: letter dated 22/03/1838 forwarding details of St Vincent claims 449 and 450 to Mrs. Katherine Mackenzie Milmount: see St Vincent claim no 448) Park hill Rosshire in response to her letter of 16/03/1838 seeking the number of enslaved persons and compensation for Waterloo and Orange Hill estates belonging to the heirs of Robert Sutherland, 'my Agent having evidently by mistake given me the wrong numbers of Claim in which I am interested.'

T71/1610: letter from R.M. Reece on behalf of Alex Mackenzie dated 13/01/1836: 'a probability that in a certain event my client may be induced to withdraw the counter claim lodged by him in time to prevent the money to be appropriated to those estates from being paid to the Accountant-General.'

T71/500 registered 1834 by Jas Sutherland for Jas Sutherland, Geo. Mackay Sutherland and the heirs of Owen B. Sutherland.

Further Information

Colony St Vincent

Claim No.450

Estate Waterloo Estate

Contested Yes

Associated Individuals (8)

Katherine Mackenzie (née Sutherland) Unsuccessful claimant

Alexander Mackenzie Awardee

William Fraser Awardee

John Knapp Sutcliffe Awardee

William Maxwell Alexander Awardee

Claude Neilson Awardee

Boyd Alexander Awardee

Robert Sutherland Other association