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  • * British History Online *

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    Index of names and places, K

    (Kilkaten, Kilkatin), Buteshire, ii. 1146, 1387. Kilcon , Argyllshire, ii. 1145, 1386. Kilcornin in Stradbally (Kilcernan), co. Galway, ii. 600. Kilcoy in Killcarnan (Kilcony, Kilcowey), Inverness-shire, ii. 1151, 1390. Kildare (Kyldare) co., ii. 736, 749, 750, 753, 927. adventurers' lands

    Index of names and places, M

    Mackdowall , Mackdowel. See MacDowall. MacKenna , Neil, of the Trough, ii. 600. Mackentosh . See MacIntosh. Mackenzie (Mackinsay): of Kilcoy, ii. 1151, 1390. Kenneth, Earl of Seaforth, ii. 876, 885. of Coul, ii. 1151, 1390. Mackerstane . See Makerstoun.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Isle and adjoining districts, the following reduc- tions have been made :-Allan Grange, 31 per cent.; Drynse, 46 per cent.: Kilcoy, 30 per cent.; EFindon, 44 per cent.; Ferrintosh, 32 per cent.; Newhall, 30 per cent.; Bedcastle, 44 per cent., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Black Iale and adjoining districts, the following reduo- tions have been made:-Allan Grange, 30 per cent.; Drynse, 46 per cent.': Kilcoy, 30 per cent. ; Findon, 44 per ceut.; Ferrintosh, 32 per cent.; Newhall, 30 per cent.; Redcastle, 44 percent.; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vestigation was set on foot; and the result is, that the I person ' found murdered in the plantation of Kilcoy is our I unfortunate townswoman. Adams has been iosdentified as the person with whom she left Inverness, with theintention Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rday; Tandi ages, Tuiesday; Armusgh.b ir ~ i day; Thdlamill, ilaln.-gle-ra, Xeed, Tu~i-' daty. Y Ca~vasu-B-aitieboroitghb, Bawuhmoy, D'art I~ ra, Kilcoy, Ku~acatt. uesday :12; hic '- , day lt~trl~oThur~sdav; Ksllesho.-ndra Dsaa.-BEMLagiry, MouLday ; tlrsia Tuesday UWE. Thursday; Desertmartin, lPa2rt 1- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dl'KVibbin, icl! .2 years. n! AI'.PiN:lZBE-May 26, at Belmaduthy, Ross-shire, J n iy ankerict', Dowager of Kilcoy, widow of Sir Cti:i M3cIellenio, Bart., Kilcoy. SIl \-ifN)N-BMy 23. at 70, Little Patrick Street 1. -t, Nathandiel Shannon, aged 37 years. Yt Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 November 1796, 28 November 1796

    Baron Fife of Great Britain, and eteconv to the Crofs-Appeal of Mrs. Martha Mackenzie, Widow of Colin Mackenzie Efquire of Kilcoy, and Mifs Elizabeth Frazer, Daughter of the deceafed Charles Frazer Efquire, of Inveralochy, was this Day brought in. This Subscribers-only content

    21 April 1826, 21 April 1826

    you a Surgeon residing at Edinburgh f" « I am." " Are you acquainted with Miss Martha Mackenzie of " Kilcoy, who resides at Inverness?" " Yes." " Have you attended her as a Medical Man ?" " Not as Subscribers-only content

    24 April 1826, 24 April 1826

    and Behalf of Thomas Alexander Fraser of " Lovat, Esquire, claiming the Title and Dignity " of Baron Lovat. " Question 1st.—Were you, or not, related to Mrs. " Martha Mackenzie late of Kilcoy in the County of " Boss, Subscribers-only content

    11 May 1826, 11 May 1826

    to be propounded to her as follows ; (t'zV.) " Answer to Question First.—Depones, ThatMrs. Mart ha " Mackenzie of Kilcoy in the County of Ross was the " Deponent's Maternal Grandmother. " Answer to Question Second.—Depones, That her Ma- Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 4 Gul. IV - 17 Vict. Vols. LXV - LXXXV

    636.—To be further heard, (1845), LXXVII., 15.—Adjourned, 27.—Further heard, and Judgment, 29. BUCHAN PEERAGE: Petition of Sir Colin Mackenzie of Kilcoy, Baronet, (to Her Majesty) praying That the Honours and Dignities of Earl of Buchan and Lord Auchterhouse, with their Subscribers-only content

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