Alexander Mackenzie

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Claimant or beneficiary


Awarded part of the compensation for the enslaved people on Waterloo estate on St Vincent and counterclaiming also for the Orange Hill estate on the same island. Given as Alex. McKenzie of Southampton Place, Euston Square, bond creditor for £1000 with £125 interest due thereon to 10/05/1835 in both claims. Distinct from Sir Alexander Mackenzie bart. (q.v.), who was awarded the compensation for Tourama under St Vincent no. 448 and whose mother Katharine Mackenzie wrote in pursuit of both St Vincent nos. 449 and 450.

  1. Almost certainly the Alexander MacKenzie of 71 Cornhill shown in the will of William McKenzie of St Vincent (q.v.) as the natural son of William McKenzie and Margaret Lincoln.


T71/892 St Vincent nos. 449 and 450. T71/1610 letter from RMReece on behalf of Alex Mackenzie: 13/1/1836: 'a probability that in a certain event my client may be induced to withdraw the counterclaim lodged by him in time to prevent the money to be appropriated to those estates from being paid to the Accountant-General'; St Vincent no. 448.

  1. Will of William McKenzie of Bath Somerset proved 12/06/1820, PROB 11/1631/132.

Further Information


Associated Claims (2)

£3,363 5S 10D
Unsuccessful claimant
£7,856 11S 7D

Relationships (1)

Natural Son → Father

Addresses (2)

71 Cornhill, London, Middlesex, London, England
Southampton Place, Euston Square, London, Middlesex, London, England