Mary Elizabeth Frederica Mackenzie
Mary Elizabeth Frederica Mackenzie (1783 – 28 November 1862) was the eldest daughter and heiress of Francis Mackenzie, 1st Baron Seaforth. Also known as "Lady Hood Mackenzie", or by the sobriquet "The Hooded Lassie", she was married in turn to Vice Admiral Sir Samuel Hood and James Alexander Stewart of Glasserton.
Mackenzie was the subject of a portrait by Sir Thomas Lawrence and a prophecy attributed to the Brahan Seer. She was also responsible for introducing the first evangelical Calvinist preachers to the Isle of Lewis.
Her daughter was Louisa Caroline Stewart-Mackenzie.
- Seaforth's Lewis by Finlay Macleod
- Mackenzie Family tree
- Lundy, Darryl. "p. 3665 § 36643". The Peerage.
- Brahan Seer prophecy
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