Sir Kenneth Mackenzie, 3rd Baronet

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Sir Kenneth Mackenzie, 3rd Baronet (c. 1658 – 13 September 1728) was a Scottish politician. He served as a shire commissioner for Cromartyshire in the Parliament of Scotland, and as one of the first Scottish MPs in the new Parliament of Great Britain.

The younger son of Sir George Mackenzie, 2nd Baronet, his father resigned the baronetcy to him in 1704 after being created Earl of Cromartie.

He twice represented the constituency of Cromartyshire from 1 November 1710 – 29 September 1713.[1] He was one of the Mackenzie Baronets.

References

Parliament of Scotland
Preceded by
George Dallas
(until 1686)
Shire Commissioner for Cromarty
1693–1707
With: John Urquhart 1693
Roderick Mackenzie 1700–1701
Eneas Macleod 1703–1707
Succeeded by
Parliament of Great Britain
Parliament of Great Britain
New constituency
alternating constituency, with Nairnshire
Member of Parliament for Cromartyshire
1710–1713
Vacant
alternating constituency, with Nairnshire
Title next held by
Alexander Urquhart
(from 1715)
Vacant
alternating constituency, with Nairnshire
Title last held by
Alexander Urquhart
(until 1722)
Member of Parliament for Cromartyshire
1727–1728
Succeeded by
Sir George Mackenzie
Baronetage of Nova Scotia
Preceded by
George Mackenzie
Baronet
(of Tarbat)
1704–1728
Succeeded by
Sir George Mackenzie