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Rosemary Mackenzie
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Rosemary Mackenzie

The late, great, and dearly loved founder of the museum, Rosemary Mackenzie, on one of her Tuesday mornings in the museum store. We spent a lot of time laughing.
Picture added on 13 November 2005
How lovely to see Rosemary so full of fun.
Added by Katharine Broome on 25 November 2005
As always!
Added by Estelle Quick on 26 November 2005
There are Clan ross associations in the US (ClanRossNews@yahoo.com), Canada (imross@mts.net) and New Zealand clanrossnz@clear.net.nz).
Added by Margaret Urquhart on 02 December 2005
Rosemary helped me write a history of the Rosses of pitcalnie that owned Amat. I would now like to know if the museum has any large scale maps of Pitcalnie owned land and any note of Ross organisations overseas
Added by Jonny Shaw on 02 December 2005
Rosemary's surviving descendents are mainly her bother-in-law, Ian Walkinton who married her late sister, Sheelagh. From them she had 3 nephews and 1 neice and greatnephews and neices. She also had at least 2 neices, daughters of her late husband's brother, and a 2nd cousin, throughher uncle Ellison Munro. Her brother, James, did not have family of his own but had step-family in New Zealand.
If you would like any more information Email us.
Added by Margaret Urquhart on 22 November 2008
Does anyone know who Rosemary's mackenzie descendants were?
Added by Lisa Mcmurray on 22 November 2008
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