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Mackenzie, Anna [known as Lady Anna Mackenzie], countess of Balcarres and countess of Argylllocked

(c. 1621–1707)
  • Rosalind K. Marshall

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Mackenzie, Anna [known as Lady Anna Mackenzie], countess of Balcarres and countess of Argyll (c. 1621–1707), noblewoman, was born presumably at Brahan Castle, near Dingwall, the second daughter of Colin Mackenzie, first earl of Seaforth (c. 1597–1633), and his wife, Lady Margaret (1599–1630)...

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