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that attained by any of his tribe. He seemed to grasp the

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2. Francis, Harford, born in 1833, unmarried.

that attained by any of his tribe. He seemed to grasp the

He married, secondly, on the 25th of October, 1836, Mary, daughter of Osgood Hanbury of Holfield Grange, Essex, the present Dowager Lady Mackenzie, residing at Letterewe, with issue--

that attained by any of his tribe. He seemed to grasp the

3. Osgood Hanbury, born on the 13th of May, 1842. In 1862 he bought Kernsary from his brother Sir Kenneth, and in 1863 Inverewe and Tournaig from Sir William Mackenzie, IX. of Coul. On the 26th of June, 1877, he married Mina Amy, daughter of Sir Thomas Edwards-Moss, Baronet of Otterspool, Lancashire, with issue, a daughter, Mary Thyra.

that attained by any of his tribe. He seemed to grasp the

Sir Francis died on the 2nd of June, 1843, from inflammation of the arm, produced by bleeding--then a common practice for all manner of complaints--by his intimate personal friend, Robert Liston, the celebrated surgeon. He was succeeded by his eldest son,

XIII. SIR KENNETH SMITH MACKENZIE, sixth and present Baronet, who was born on the 25th of May, 1832, and has long been considered one of the best and most enlightened landlords in the Highlands.

Following the example of his father and grandfather he for many years dealt directly with his people, without any factor, or other intermediary, except an estate manager at Gairloch, and, like his ancestors, took a personal interest in every man on his property. He takes an active and intelligent part in all county matters; is Convener of the Commissioners of Supply and of the County Council, and is Lord-Lieutenant for Ross and Cromarty. In 1854 he was appointed Attache to Her Majesty's Legation at Washington, which, however, he never joined. In 1855 he received a commission as Captain in the Highland Rifle (Ross-shire) Militia, afterwards attained the rank of Major, and ultimately retired. In 1880 he contested the county of Inverness as a Liberal against Donald Cameron of Lochiel, the Tory candidate, but was defeated by a majority of 28. In 1883-84 he was a member of the Royal (Napier) Commission to enquire into the condition and grievances of the Highland crofters. In 1885 he again contested the county of Inverness as the official Liberal candidate against Reginald Macleod in the Tory interest and Charles Fraser-Mackintosh as the Independent Land Law Reform candidate, when he was again defeated. On the 11th of December, 1860, he married Eila Frederica, daughter of Walter Frederic Campbell of Islay, with issue--

1. Kenneth John, Younger of Gairloch, who was born on the 6th of October, 1861, late Captain in the Rifle Brigade. On the 8th of April, 1891, he married the Hon. Marjory Lousia Murray, eldest daughter of the late William David Viscount Stormont (who died in 1893), eldest son of the present and fourth Earl of Mansfield, K.T., by Emily Louisa, daughter of the late Sir John Atholl Macgregor of Macgregor, Baronet, with issue--Hector David, who was born on the 6th of June, 1893; and Marjory Kythe.

2. Francis Granville, who was born on the 31st of August, 1865; and