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Seaforth Portraits



Kenneth, 3rd Earl of Seaforth, died 1678


Isabella, daughter of Sir John Mackenzie of Tarbat, wife of Kenneth, 3rd Earl of Seaforth.


Kenneth, 4th Earl of Seaforth and 1st Marquis.  Died 1701


Lady Frances Herbert, wife of Kenneth, 4th Earl of Seaforth


William, 5th Earl of Seaforth, died 1740


Mary Kennet, wife of William, 5th Earl of Seaforth


Rt. Hon. James Alexander Stewart-Mackenzie, son of Vice-Admiral Hon. Keith Stewart, MP for County of Ross-shire, Governor of Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), Lord High Commissioner for Ionian Islands 1784-1843.

Hon. Mary Frederika Elizabeth, daughter of Francis Humberston, Lord Seaforth, b. 1783, d. 1862.  Married first (1804) Admiral Sir Samuel Hood who died 1814.  Married second (1817) Rt. Hon. James Alexander Stewart-Mackenzie.


James Alexander Francis Humberston Stewart-Mackenzie,
Lord Seaforth.  1847-1923.

Lady Mary Stewart-Mackenzie of Seaforth,  wife of Lord Seaforth.  Died 1933.

Mary Margaret Steinkopff was born in Glasgow and was the daughter of Edward Steinkopff, a German entrepreneur and collector, who lived much of his life in Britain.  He co-founded the Apollinaris mineral water company, and was the proprietor of the London evening newspaper St James's Gazette.  He spent much of his life in Glasgow and London.

She married James Alexander Francis Stewart-Mackenzie, 1st and last Baron Seaforth, in 1899.


Francis, The Laird of Seaforth.  Royal Artillery.  Died 1942.


Michael, the Laird's brother, at Brahan.  He was killed in Italy, at Anzio
or Celerno, only 11 hours apart from his brother Francis.


Lady Madeline Stewart-Mackenzie with Col. Tyler at Brahan.

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