of warriors; but the raised forefingers of the chief and
4. Mary, who in 1860 married James Thomson of Burner, Shoulhaven, N.S.W., with issue.
5. Julia Anna, who married, in 1867, the Rev. Robert Spier Willis, M.A., of the Church of England, Incumbent of Manly Beach, Sydney, N.S.W., with issue.
Kenneth died in 1878, was buried at Dundonnel, and succeeded by his eldest son,
X. MURDO MUNRO-MACKENZIE, tenth of Dundonnel. He died unmarried and was succeeded by his only brother,
XI. HUGH MUNRO-MACKENZIE, eleventh of Dundonnel. He resides in New South Wales. In 1876 he married Bella Mary, daughter of T. T. Biddulph of Earie, Shoulhaven, N.S.W., with issue--Hugh, Bella, and Mary.
THIS family is also descended from Roderick Mor Mackenzie, I. of Achilty, by a daughter of William Dubh Macleod, VII. of Harris, by whom he had a natural son,
I. MURDOCH MACKENZIE, first of Fairburn, who was granted letters of legitimation by James V., dated 1st of July, 1539. On the 16th of March, 1541, there are also letters of legitimation in favour of "Alexandro Mackenze seniori, Joanni juniori, et Roderico bastardis filus naturalibus, quondam Roderici Mackenze." Murdo for some time lived at Court and was a Gentleman of the Bedchamber to James V. He obtained a charter for his lands, dated 1st of April, 1542, afterwards confirmed by Queen Mary in 1343. He married, first, Margaret, daughter of Urquhart, Sheriff of Cromarty, with issue--
1. Alexander, his heir and successor.