by the play of moonlight and camp fire, came the hideous
4. Catherine, who married William Mackenzie (of the Gruinard family.), Ullapool, with issue--(1) John, who married Mary Campbell, with issue--John William, and Catherine; (2) Isabella; (3) Lilias, who married John MacPhail, merchant, Ullapool, with issue--the Rev. George MacPhail, minister of Albert Square Church, Dundee William; Catherine, who married John Cameron, teacher, Ullapool, with issue--three sons and three daughters; Isabella, who married the Rev. Neil Morison, Free Church minister of Barvas, Lewis, with issue--a son and a daughter; Abigail; and Anne Barbara. Captain John married secondly, Ann, daughter of George Mackenzie, tacksman of Ach-na-h-Airde, Coigeach, with issue--
5. George, who went to Cape Breton, and married Miss Fraser at St. Anne's there.
6. Alexander, who also emigrated to North British America, and entered into business along with his cousin, Roderick Mackenzie, at St. Francois, a small town on the St. Lawrence. He subsequently bought a farm in the township of Wickham, and married Sarah Duncan, of Grantham, with issue--(1) James Mackenzie, solicitor, Lapeer, Michigan, U.S.A., who married, first, in July, 1867, Georgina Hunter, of Gardiner, Maine, with issue--one son, Harvard Hunter, who died young. James married, secondly, in 1875, his first wife having died in 1868, Amanda Hart, with issue--Harrison Hart, and Emily Sarah; (2) Roderick Munro; (3) Andrew Duncan; (4) Norman; (5) Alexander Stronach; and (6) Henry, all living in 1879.
7. A daughter, who married William Mackenzie, Dornie of Coigeach, with issue.
8. Margaret, who married Alexander Macrae, Strathglass, with issue.
9. Georgina, who married Kenneth Maclennan, Coigeach, with issue--one son, Donald.
10. Hannah, married William Macdonald in America.
Captain John died at Coigeach, aged 97, in 1829, and was buried there, the weather at the time having been too stormy to allow of his remains being taken for interment to the burial place of his ancestors.