Mackenzies of Ballone

revised and extended, and comprising a short treatise on the Tolme Sept., with a genealogical account of the Tolmies of Uiginish, Skye, from family and other documents and works by Hector Hugh Mackenzie

Publisher: Northern Chronicle Office in Inverness [Scotland]

Written in English
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Edition Notes

Statementby Hector Hugh Mackenzie ; with foreword by Sir Francis J. Grant.
ContributionsMackenzie, Alexander, 1838-1898.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsCS479 .M32 1941
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 198 p. :
Number of Pages198
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1308930M
LC Control Number92178109

The strong suit of this book is the snappy dialogue. The two main characters are clever when they interact with each other. Rose Dubois is a young woman from the wrong side of the tracks who has made a life for herself as a Harvey House girl/5(2). The earliest current reference of a Tolmie crest is mentioned in , in a text on the 'Perlustrations (surveying) of Great Yarmouth'.A three volume text that extensively surveys notable people and places of the area of Yarmouth by Charles John Palmer (F.S.A - Fellow of Society of Antiquaries).The text makes mention of known historical Tolmie figure, David Tolme (), the great great. MacKenzies of Ballone, but its info must be double checked; there are errors in it where his information contradicts the from Achd for he had not the smallest Today there are traced descendants in Canada, Australia, and the United from among their tenants, many of whom lived at Coigach in Lochbroom. on these Lands, and now under Sequestration. MacKenzies of Ballone. MacLeod Ancestry Ancient and Present. MacLeod Heritage and Ancestry. MacLeods of Arnisdale, The. MacLeods of Glengarry The Genealogy of a Clan. MacLeod of Talisker A Genealogy of the Clan McLeod of Talisker in Australia. MacLeods, The. MacLeods The Genealogy of a Clan. MacLeods Who Went to the Philippines.

  Sorry to butt in - but as soon as I saw the mention of Mackenzies of "Ballone" my heart lept. I'm wondering if this was the Balloan/Ballone in Urray, Ross & Cromarty. Your information was so detailed I wondered if you'd got it from a book. My father Donald Mackenzie was born there - his parents were Alexander & Jean Mackenzie of. The Mackenzies: Luke by Ana Leigh I liked this story, it was a good start to this series. The description of the book I am listing below is from the back jacket of the book. I'm adding it because I believe the one on the Goodreads page does not depict this story/5(3). NH98SW 1 (NH ) Ballone Castle (NR) OS 6" map, () This castle, built the Z-plan in the late 16th century (Tranter ), presumably by the Dunbars who held the property from to the beginning of the 17th century, was acquired by the MacKenzies in and was occupied until at least (Fraser ), but was ruinous by the midth century (Macfarlane ).   Alexandrina Mackenzie of Ballone lived at a time of great change in Scotland. When I first learned about her, I felt a strong connection, and have wanted to record her place in history, and her lineage. I hope that sharing this information will help other members of our large, extended family, the Clan Mackenzie, and its offshoots.

If You Like Mackenzies Books, You’ll Love Boscastle Family; Cynster; Highlander; Mackenzies/Highland Pleasures Synopsis: The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie by Jennifer Ashley is the first novel in her Mackenzies historical romance series. The people of London believed that Ian Mackenzie was crazy, spent his life in an asylum and couldn’t be trusted, but Beth just couldn’t help . 9. Colin, I. of Mountgerald, who married Margaret, second daughter of Alexander Mackenzie, I. of Ballone, and widow of Sir Roderick Mackenzie of Findon, without issue; and secondly, Katharine, daughter of James Fraser of Achnagairn, with issue—See MACKENZIES OF MOUNTGERALD. When the 5th laird died, of obesity, in , the estate was in debt and the succession could not be decided so the whole estate was sold at auction in The new owner was Murdo Mackenzie of Ardross (no relation to the first Mackenzie family) who paid £22, It is this Mackenzie who set out the crofts in Life Before Crofting. The information on the marriage and children of Ann Mackenzie comes from several sources; Diane MacKenzie has for years done great research on MacKenzie and MacLennan families, she "Mackenzies of Ballone" only identifies a son Donald, however, Diane records three sons of Georgina and Kenneth; Donald married secondly to Catherine Ferguson.

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Ancestry of Alexandrina Mackenzie of Ballone. Original data: Mackenzie, Hector Hugh. The Mackenzies of Ballone: revised and extended, and comprising a short treatise on the Tolme Sept, with a genealogical account of the Tolmies of Uiginish, Skye, from family and other documents and works.

Inverness: Northern Chronicle Office,   The Mackenzies of Ballone: revised and extended, and comprising a short treatise on the Tolme Sept., with a genealogical account of the Tolmies of Uiginish, Skye, from family and other documents and worksNorthern Chronicle OfficePages: Mary, eldest daughter of Alexander Mackenzie, IV.

of Ballone, by his wife, Catherine, daughter of George Mackenzie, II. of Gruinard. She was celebrated for her great beauty, and was immortalised as "Mali chruinn donn" in one of the best songs in the Gaelic language, composed by William Mackenzie, a native of Gairloch, better known. RODERICK MACKENZIE, fifth of Fairburn, who first married a daughter of Patrick Grant of Glenmoriston, with issue - Mary, who married as his second wife, Alexander Mackenzie, II.

of Ballone, with issue. He married, secondly, inMargaret, daughter of Donald Mackenzie, III. of Loggie, with issue - 1. Murdoch, his heir and successor. The Mackenzies of Ballone book series is a renowned book series of historical fiction and adult fiction novels.

It is comprised of a total of 10 novels and 4 novellas, which were released between the years and This series is written by a NY Times bestselling writer named Jennifer Ashley.

In some parts of its publishing, the series is also known by. The Mackenzie Mackenzie book is an interesting account because it provides the full background to the Mackenzie family history. Milnmount, Ledbeg, Keppoch, Kildonan, Scatwell Bts, Scotsburn, Tarvie, Ballone; Alexander Mackenzie, 1 Baron of Kilcoy who founded the Mackenzies of Kilcoy Bts (UK), Inverallochy and Castle Fraser, Glenbervie Bts.

Sonia MacKenzie of New Zealand includes a few pages on Sir Alex in her book, "Children of Kildonan", that generally agrees with William and Barry, spelling the place his grandfather Donald was of as "Fairburn", rather than "Fairbairn", and notes the gt-grandfather.

Roderick MacKenzie, the Tutor of Kintail, had fourth son Alexander bornin Alexander was given lands in Lochbroom Parish that he named "Ballone" after a castle the MacKenzies had had in Easter Ross (Urray?) The MacKenzie of Ballone family at Lochbroom over the centuries intermarried with all the other major MacKenzie families.

[This book was digitized by William James Mackenzie, III, of Montgomery County, Maryland, USA in - I would appreciate notice of any corrections needed. This is the edited version that should have most of the typos fixed.

May [email protected]] The book author writes about himself in the SLIOCHD ALASTAIR CHAIM section. The Mackenzie of Corry family is noted in the two major 19 th sources on Mackenzie genealogy, Alexander Mackenzie's "History of the Mackenzies" (1), and "The Findon Tables" (2).

Both sources only trace descendancy of the family for a few generations in the early 17 th century. THE MACKENZIES OF BALLONE The Mackenzies of Ballone were a cadet family of the Mackenzies of Cromartie who were prominent in the Lochbroom area between the s and s.

GEORGE MACKENZIE, second of Gruinard, who has a sasine inmarried, first, Margaret, daughter of Alexander Mackenzie, II. of Ballone (marriage contract ) with issue - 1. George, his heir and successor. Kenneth, who married a daughter of Kenneth Mackenzie, III. of Suddie, with issue.

Alexander Mackenzie, I. of Ballone, brother of Sir John Mackenzie of Tarbat and uncle to George, first Earl of Cromarty (marriage contract ) with issue - an only and posthumous son, I.

SIMON MACKENZIE, first of Allangrange, an Advocate at the Scottish Bar. This property he acquired through his wife in the following manner. Clan Mackenzie (Scottish Gaelic: Clann Choinnich [ˈkʰl̪ˠãũn̪ˠ ˈxɤɲɪç]) is a Scottish clan, traditionally associated with Kintail and lands in Ross-shire in the Scottish ional genealogies trace the ancestors of the Mackenzie chiefs to the 12th century.

However, the earliest Mackenzie chief recorded by contemporary evidence is Alexander Mackenzie of Kintail who died. An illustration of an open book.

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History of the clan Mackenzie. With genealogies of the principal families of the name by Mackenzie, Alexander, Publication date. ALEXANDRINA MACKENZIE OF BALLONE is what we genealogists call a “gateway ancestor.” She opens a path to all of the major families of the early British Isles, as well as to the royal houses of Europe, the Emperor Charlemagne, and on back to the beginnings of recorded history.

- History Of The Mackenzies - / - I. ALEXANDER MACKENZIE, the first of this family, was fourth son of Sir Roderick Mackenzie, Tutor of Kintail, by his wife Margaret, daughter and heiress of Torquil "Conanach" Macleod of the Lewis, Coigeach, and Assynt, by his wife Margaret, daughter of Angus Macdonald, VI.

of Glengarry. Murdoch Mackenzie, of Minehead, Somersetshire, Hydropapher to the Navy, and described in one of the Gairloch MSS., written by James Mackenzie, a member of this family, as "Navigator to His Majesty, known by his accurate surveys of the western coast of Great Britain and Ireland, and whose abilities will render him famous to posterity.".

New Book on the Scottish Pioneers of Upper Canada The baby’s uncle is the present Mackenzie of Ballone who is currently living in Ontario. ADVENTURES OF A PAPER SLEUTH The title of this article is the title of a book by a friend of mine, Hugh P. MacMillan. His new book. The Mackenzies of Gairloch are descended from Alexander Mackenzie, VI.

of Kintail, by his second wife Margaret, daughter of Roderick Macdonald, III. of Moydart and Clanranald, the famous "Ruairidh MacAlain". Sir Hector David Mackenzie, 8th Baronet, assumed the surname Inglis.

His grandson Sir Roderick John Inglis is 10th Baronet. Peering over the edge of the Moray Firth, you’ll discover Clan Mackenzie’s Ballone Castle. The castle came into the possession of Clan Mackenzie inbut was neglected for quite some time, until the s when its present owners set about restoring the building and interiors.

History of the Mackenzies: With Genealogies of the Principal Families of the Name by Alexander Mackenzie, first published inis a rare manuscript, the original residing in one of the great libraries of the world. This book is a reproduction of that original, which has been scanned and cleaned by state-of-the-art publishing tools for better readability and enhanced appreciation.

ALEXANDER MACKENZIE, second of Ballone, to whom his uncle, Kenneth Mackenzie, I. of Scatwell, has a retour of Tutory in as "nearest agnate-uncle on the father's side," Alexander being then under age.

In he received a disposition and charter from his cousin, Sir George Mackenzie of Tarbat, afterwards first Earl of Cromarty, followed by.

MACKENZIES OF BALLONE, Mackenzie, Alexander, I. of Ballone, marriage and descendants, The huge paragraphs seem to be copy and pasted from old books.

Reading about the specific descent of multiple branches, over and over again, and how they die-out in whatever, is pretty boring IMO.

It's hard to wade through that kind of. This is sited on several web pages including “Mackenzie of Corry” on and also under “John Mackenzie” on The most important source that we have found that documents our Georgina connection to Captain John is “The History of the Mackenzies” under “The Mackenzies of Ballone” by Alexander Mackenzie.

The Mackenzies of Lochend, or Kinloch (now Inverewe), sprang from John Mackenzie of Lochend, third son of Alexander, the seventh laird of Gairloch, by his second wife.' They were tacksmen of Lochend, which belonged to the Coul Mackenzies, by whom it was ultimately sold to Mr Osgood H.

Mackenzie in. Mackenzie Family Origins On My Family Tree, Kenneth Mackenzie is the farthest back Mackenzie from me at generation In the book The Mackenzies of Ballone there are 16 more generations back from Kenneth. This is the list from the book, all fathers and sons. MacKenzie („Sohn des Kenneth“) ist der Name eines schottischen Clans, der aus Kintail stammt, das zwischen Loch Duich und Loch Cluanie liegt.

Später erweiterten die MacKenzies ihr Territorium bedeutend. Kenneth MacKenzie wurde zum Lord of Kintail erhoben, sein Sohn Colin wurde Earl of Seaforth. Das Motto des Clans lautet Luceo non uro („Ich brenne nicht, ich leuchte“).• Sheet 10 (size A1) “Descendants of Sir Roderick Mackenzie of Coigeach, other than the Cromartie Family, being the families of Scatwell, Scotsburn, Tarvie and Ballone.” • Sheet 11 (size A1) “Descendants of Simon Mackenzie of Lochslin, son of Kenneth, Lord Kintail, being the families of Allangrange, Logie, Newton, Inchcoulter and.An illustration of an open book.

Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Mackenzie, Alexander, Publication date Topics Monroe family, Munroe family (William Munro.