Mary Mackinnon

(30 December 1845 - )
     Mary Mackinnon was born on 29 October 1845 in Clarendon, Middlesex, Jamaica, West Indies. At Halse Hall, Clarendon, Jamaica, on the 29th Oct, the lady of Louis F Mackinnon, Esq., of a daughter. She was christened on 30 December 1845 in St Catherine parish, Jamaica, West Indies. She was the daughter of Louis Fullerton Mackinnon and Sarah Unknown (Mackinnon).

Ronald Mackinnon

     Ronald Mackinnon married Lily Mary A Tapply LRAM (pianoforte), daughter of Rev Frederick Tapply and Ann Emily Pickmore Rumsey, in 1916.

Ronald Fullarton Mackinnon

(23 October 1889 - 21 October 1916)
     Ronald Fullarton Mackinnon was born on 23 October 1889 in Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies. He was the son of Louis Fullarton Mackinnon and Agnes Louise Ann Lynch. Louis, Ronald, Lionel and Agnes were listed as Louis Fullarton Mackinnon's children in the 1911 census in 46 Croxted Road, West Dulwich, Camberwell, Surrey.
     The website: Jamaica's part in the Great War states: RONALD FULLERTON MAcKINNON, M.C., Captain, son of the late Louis F. MacKinnon,Director of Jamaica Railway, was born in Kingston, Jamaica, but went to England on the retirementof his father. He was a Dulwich College boy: Captain of the Football team, chosen to play for AllEngland against South Africa, winner of the School Shield for swimming, and an all-round athlete.When the War broke out he was in Canada, and returning home obtained a commission as TemporaryLieutenant in the Hth Lancashire Fusiliers; was promoted Captain in 1916. He was awarded theMilitary Cross for conspicuous gallantry and ability north of the Warneton Railway on the night ofDecember 28-29, 1915, and was killed in action on October 2I,1916, whilst leading an R.E. wire–cutting party in the attack on Regina trench in the battle of the Somme.
     Ronald died on 21 October 1916 in France aged 26. He served with the 11th Lancashire Fusiliers. He was awarded the Military Cross in January 1916.
     The administration of his estate was granted on 2 March 1917 at London. Ronald Fullarton Mackinnon of 22 Dalmore Rd, Dulwich, Surrey, Captain in His Majesty's Army died 21 Oct 1916 in France on active service. Administration 2 March to Agnes Louise Ann MacKinnon, widow. Effects £136.

Angus Charles Mackintosh

(circa 1877 - )
     Angus Charles Mackintosh was born circa 1877 in London. He was the son of John McEwen Mackintosh and Sophy Mary Steer.

John McEwen Mackintosh

     John McEwen Mackintosh married Sophy Mary Steer, daughter of Charles Steer and Janet Anne Unknown.

Child of John McEwen Mackintosh and Sophy Mary Steer

Margaret Mackintosh

( - 1616)
     Margaret Mackintosh married William Sutherland, son of Alexander Sutherland, in 1604. She was the widow of (1) Duncan Grant of Freuchie and (2) Alexander Forbes (3) Alexander Gordon.
     Margaret died in 1616. She left issue.

Mary Macklane

(circa 1715 - )
     Mary Macklane was born circa 1715.
     Mary Macklane married Patrick Mackglew on 5 October 1741 in Fleet Prison Chapel?, London. Patrick Macglew, of St Ann Westminster, cordwainer & ... and Mary MackLane of St Luke's Mdx, spinster.      
Mary Macklane Long Alley was the next street when Mary was listed in the London land tax records 1770 to 1779. In 1810 Mary Mackglew was paying tax on Crown Court, Cripplegate Without, but is replaced from 1811 by James Mackglew who also appears in 1809 at Crown Court between 1770 and 1779 in London. She was buried on 26 January 1775 in St Leonard, Shoreditch, London. Mary Mackglew, aged 60, of New Street; however there is also Mary MacGlue buried 19 Oct 1757 at St Pancras Old Church, Middlesex.

Children of Mary Macklane and Patrick Mackglew

Andrew Macklew

(5 December 1765 - )
     Andrew Macklew was also known as Mackglew in records. He was born on 5 December 1765 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, Middlesex. He was the son of Edward Macklew and Catherine Unknown (Mackglew). Andrew Macklew was christened on 1 January 1766 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster.
     Andrew Macklew lived at Waterloo Place, December 1822?.
     In Edward Macklew's will dated 22 December 1822 in Piccadilly, London, Andrew Macklew was named as executor and an heir of the estate. He was an executor of Edward Macklew's estate on 11 March 1833.
     Andrew Macklew made a will. Andrew Maclew otherwise Macklew, of Twickenham, Mdx.
     His will was proved on 26 April 1847. Will of Andrew Maclew otherwise Macklew, of Twickenham, Mdx.

Ann Macklew

(17 June 1764 - )
     Ann Macklew was born on 17 June 1764 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, London. She was the daughter of Edward Macklew and Catherine Unknown (Mackglew). Ann Macklew was christened on 13 July 1764 in St Martin in the Fields.
     Ann Macklew married James Smith Barr on 17 January 1784 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster.

Edward Macklew

(before 1740 - 13 October 1775)
     Edward Macklew was born before 1740. He was the son of Unknown Macklew.
     Edward Macklew married Catherine Unknown (Mackglew) before 1761.
     Edward was buried on 13 October 1775 in St Martin in the Fields, London.

Children of Edward Macklew and Catherine Unknown (Mackglew)

Edward Macklew

(20 December 1761 - before March 1833)
     Edward Macklew was christened on 20 December 1761 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, London. He was the son of Edward Macklew and Catherine Unknown (Mackglew).
     Edward Macklew made a will dated 22 December 1822 in Piccadilly, London. He appoints his brother Andrew Mackglew of Waterloo Place executor, the Barr children & the Stephens children of Emily .. to be continued.
     Edward died before March 1833.
     His will was proved on 11 March 1833. Will of Edward Macklew, gentleman of Piccadilly, Mdx.

Unknown Macklew

Child of Unknown Macklew

Jane Elizabeth Macklin

( - before 1840)
     Jane Elizabeth Macklin married Rev Robert Handcock, son of Rev Robert Handcock D D and Jane Bryanton, in April 1824 in Ireland. She was the daughter of Gerald Macklin, surgeon of Dublin.
The Westmeath journal reported on 8 April 1284: On Wednesday last, in St. Mark's Church by the Rev. Doctor Handcock, the Rev. Robert Handcock, Domestic Chaplain to the Right Hon. Viscount Castlemaine, to Jane Elizabeth, second daughter of Gerald Macklin, Esq., State Surgeon..
     Jane died before 1840.

Ngaire King Macklin

(18 August 1988 - 18 August 1988)
     Ngaire died on 18 August 1988 in Sydney, New South Wales. She was born on 18 August 1988 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. She was the daughter of Bridie Judith Evelyn King.

Elizabeth Macklow

(3 May 1717 - )
     Elizabeth Macklow was born on 3 May 1717 in St Giles Without Cripplegate, London. She was the daughter of Jacob Macklow and Elizabeth Unknown. Elizabeth Macklow was christened on 2 June 1717 in London.

Jacob Macklow

     Jacob Macklow was also known as Macklew in records. Jacob Macklow was also known as James Mackglew in records.
     Jacob Macklow married Elizabeth Unknown before 1717.

Child of Jacob Macklow and Elizabeth Unknown

Eric Maclagan

     Eric Maclagan married Helen Elizabeth Lascelles, daughter of Frederick Canning Lascelles and Frederica Maria Liddell, in 1913. He was the director of the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Gerald Maclagan

(1917 - 1942)
     Gerald Maclagan was born in 1917 in England. He was the son of Helen Elizabeth Lascelles.
     Gerald was killed in action in 1942.

Michael Maclagan

(1914 - 2003)
     Michael Maclagan was born in 1914 in England. He was the son of Helen Elizabeth Lascelles.
     Michael died in 2003.

Catherine Maclaine

( - 1820 or 1821)
     Catherine Maclaine was born in North Carolina, USA. She was the only daughter of Archibald Maclaine, an ardent Revolutionary patriot of North Carolina..
     Catherine Maclaine married George Hooper, son of Rev William Hooper and Mary Dennie, before 1775.
     Catherine died in 1820 or 1821.

Children of Catherine Maclaine and George Hooper

Janet MacLaren

( - before 1897)
     Janet MacLaren married George Allan Cocksedge, son of Lt George Edward Cocksedge and Sarah Allen, in 1864 in Victoria, Australia.
     Janet died before 1897.

Malcolm MacLaren

     Malcolm MacLaren married Janet Robertson, daughter of John Robertson, after 27 January 1833 in Port of Menteith, Perthshire, Scotland. They paid 5/3 for proclamation of banns, Jan 27..

Margaret MacLaren

(circa 1820 - )
     Margaret MacLaren was born circa 1820 in Scotland.
     Margaret MacLaren married Duncan Robertson, son of John Robertson, after 23 November 1834 in Port of Menteith, Perthshire, Scotland. He paid 5/3 for proclamation of banns, Nov 23, recorded in the account book.

Elspet MacLean

(before 1740 - )
     Elspet MacLean married James MacPherson, son of unlinked early MacPherson. Elspet MacLean was born before 1740. Elspet was present at unknown MacPherson's christening on 3 October 1756 in Campdalmore, Kirkmichael, Banffshire. To James McP in Camdelmore & Elspet McLean his spouse..

Child of Elspet MacLean and James MacPherson

James MacLeish

(circa 1875 - 1961)
     James MacLeish was born circa 1875 in Bealiba?, Victoria.
     James MacLeish married Jane MacCulloch, daughter of Joseph MacCulloch and Jane MacPherson, in 1899 in Victoria.
     James died in 1961 in Maryborough, Victoria. He is probably the James McLeish who died at Maryborough aged 86 in 1961, son of John Franklin McLeish and Mary Fitzgerald. He married secndly Emma Chester in 1908 and had further children.

Children of James MacLeish and Jane MacCulloch

James Walter MacLeish

(1902 - 1905)
     James Walter MacLeish was born in 1902 in Carisbrook, Victoria. He was the son of James MacLeish and Jane MacCulloch.
     James died in 1905 in Carisbrook, Victoria.

Joseph John MacLeish

(1900 - 1965)
     Joseph John MacLeish was born in 1900 in Carisbrook, Victoria. He was the son of James MacLeish and Jane MacCulloch.
     Joseph died in 1965 in Box Hill, Victoria.

Catherine MacLellan

     Catherine MacLellan married Sir John Dunbar, son of Sir John Dunbar and Margaret Dunbar (Dunbar).

Douglas MacLeod

(9 September 1910 - 29 May 1990)
     Douglas MacLeod was born on 9 September 1910 in Victoria. Douglas was a farmer in 'Inveresk', Calrossie, near Yarram, Victoria.
     Douglas MacLeod married Jessie Findlay MacKenzie, daughter of Thomas George MacKenzie and Annie Littlejohn Fraser, circa 1938 in Victoria.
     Douglas was registered as as a farmer of Yarram, for land at Won Wron at Alberton, on the 1949 electoral roll.
     "Calrossie" Sold Two hundred and ninety-eight acres of "Calrossie" was sold at auction at Yarram recently. This well known property was selected by the late D T McKenzie and was noted for its quality. It was offered in two lots: 194 acres with a small four roomed cottage went at £92/10/ per acre, being pur- chased by Mr Douglas McLeod, of Yarram. The remaining 104 acres, with no buildings, went to Mr Clyde Coulthard, of Yarram, at £91 per acre..
     Douglas was registered as Douglas McLeod, farmer at Yarram, on the 1966 electoral roll.
     Douglas died on 29 May 1990 in Royal Melbourne Hospital, Carlton, Victoria, aged 79. His usual residence was Inveresk, Calrossie.

Child of Douglas MacLeod and Jessie Findlay MacKenzie

Neil McKenzie MacLeod

(11 September 1941 - 29 January 1999)
     Neil McKenzie MacLeod was born on 11 September 1941 in Kyabram, Victoria. He was christened in Undera, Victoria. He was the son of Douglas MacLeod and Jessie Findlay MacKenzie.
     Neil was registered as Neil McKenzie McLeod, farmer at 'Calrossie', Yarram, on the 1966 electoral roll.
     He was the President of the Yarram Rotary Club. Neil was a farmer in 'Inveresk', Calrossie, near Yarram.
     Neil died on 29 January 1999 in Yarram, Victoria, aged 57. An unknown person was buried on 3 February 1999 in after a service at St Andrew's Uniting church in Yarram.