Mackenzie family page
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Origins of surname
This Scottish surname comes from Coinneach, meaning 'son of the comely one'.
Mc Kenzie church records start in 1770, and Mackenzie about 40 years later, but some families clearly used both spellings, so there is no clear division between the two.
- Mc Kenzie
Mackenzie family members who served in World War 1
- Gerald Mckay Mackenzie, Brigadier General, GOC Brigade, ex-RMIJ
Sons of Edward Alfred Mackenzie and Eva Edith Shave
- Harold Montague Shave Mackenzie (1890- ) (St H) Private, Labour Corps
- Reginald Edward Mackenzie (1887- ) (St H), OV, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery
These wills created by members of the Mackenzie family are now held by Jersey Archive. By visiting the archive site and using the names, dates and reference numbers shown here, it is possible to view a copy of each will. You will have to subscribe to the Archive's online service to do this. To find out more about this collection, which covers the period from 1663 to 1948, and how to search for your family's wills there, visit our Jersey wills page
- Alexander Mackenzie of Brixton Hill, Co Surrey, bequeaths to George Urquhart Gillespie Mackenzie all his leasehold estate at Brixton Hill Recites that he has sold all of his leasehold estate at Brixton Hill at Reading, Berkshire 21 December 1831 - D/Y/A/22
- Edward Mackenzie, Greenwood Lodge, Roseville Street, St Helier - 4 November 1940, D/Y/A/107
- Elizabeth Mackenzie of Milverton, Warwick, spinster - 23 December 1893, D/Y/A/52
- Hector MacKenzie, La Glinette, St Aubin, St Brelade - 29 July 1916, D/Y/A/75
- John Mackenzie of St Helier - 2 March 1898, D/Y/A/57
- John Mackenzie, at 26, Somerset Street, Portman Square, London, on 3 November 1847 - D/Y/A/26
- William MacKenzie, Dorset Tavern, Dorset Street, St Helier - 16 January 1933, D/Y/A/94
- Edward Mackenzie, tobacconist, was at 17 Halkett Place in the 1890s and 1900s ...
- ... Edward Alfred McKenzie was in business as a tobacconist at 43 King Street from 1919 until the Occupation, followed by his son and daughter-in-law
- Soouthwood and McKenzie were drapers at 67 King Street from 1919 until the early '60s
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