Tain Museum Image Library

Quebec Bridge
Tain Museum Image Library
Quebec Bridge

The mason responsible for this bridge was a Mr Mackenzie.
We are not certain how the bridge got its name, although there is a suggestion that (a) citizen(s) of Tain may have fought with General Wolfe in Canada.
There is also a Quebec Cottage, and a comment in the catalogue states that Mr Ross of Moorfarm was known as `Old Quebec`.
Picture added on 05 April 2004
Comments:
The Mackenzie who built this bridge was a Bailie William Mackenzie. He was a road contractor and bridge builder in Tain and was responsible for the construction of many of the roads and bridges in Easter Ross. He was also a Magistrate for many years. William Mackenzie was a great uncle of WJMunro (Town Clerk of Tain) and WJ was Rosemary Mackenzie's father.
Added by Margaret Urquhart on 22 November 2008
Hi
Does anyone know anything about this Mr Mackenzie and when the bridge was built ?
Added by Lisa Mcmurray on 22 November 2008
Does the museum have any history or notes regarding this William Mackenzie. Was he born in Tain?
For what period was he Bailie and Magistrate.
Added by Lisa McMurray on 08 January 2009
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