never did she forget to greet him pleasantly or to thank
2. John, who succeeded his brother as V. of Kincraig.
3. Anne, who married John Mackenzie, brother of Alexander Mackenzie, I. of Ardross, without issue.
4. Barbara, who married James Mackenzie, of Tarrel.
He was succeeded by his eldest son,
IV. COLIN MACKENZIE, fourth of Kincraig, who married, as her third husband, Margaret, daughter of Sir Roderick Mackenzie of Findon, without issue.
He was succeeded by his next brother,
V. JOHN MACKENZIE, fifth of Kincraig, Captain in Lochiel's Regiment. He married Christina, daughter of James Menzies of Comrie, without issue. She died at Kincraig on the 21st of December, 1775. He was dangerously wounded at Malplaguet in 1709. On the 20th of December, 1760, he made a disposition of the lands of Kincraig to Roderick Mackenzie, VII. of Redcastle, in trust for his second son John, then only nine years old.
John died a few days after, and was succeeded by his remote cousin,