meant that the white stranger within his village still
3. Margaret, who married James Muir of Stonywood, with issue.
4. Rachael, or Barbara, who married George Paton, of Grandholm, with issue.
5. Jean, and several others--in all a family of fifteen. He was buried at Rosskeen, and succeeded by his eldest son,
IV. RODERICK MACKENZIE, fourth of Dundonnel, who died without issue, and was succeeded by his eldest brother,
V. MURDOCH MACKENZIE, fifth of Dundonnel, who in 1743, married Bathia, daughter of John Paton of Grandholm. In his time was concluded before Lord Mansfield in the House of Lords, a law-suit which existed for four generations between his family and the Rosses of Achnacloich or Tolly, regarding the validity of the sale of the property to Alexander, second of the family, a litigation which ruined the Rosses and involved the Mackenzies of Ardross deeply in debt. He died, and was buried at Rosskeen, having had issue, an only daughter, who succeeded to the property as sixth of Dundonnel,
VI. MARGARET MACKENZIE, who in 1768 married James Munro of Teaninich, Captain R.N., with issue--
1. Hugh Munro, Captain in the 78th Regiment, who succeeded to the estate of Teaninich, and in 1846 died unmarried.
2. Murdoch, who resumed the name of Mackenzie, and succeeded his mother in Ardross and Dundonnel.