Mackay is a Scottish surname which can refer to:

  • Clan Mackay, the Scottish clan from which the surname "MacKay" derives
  • Mackay Trophy, named in honour of Clarence Mackay, is awarded annually by the US Air Force for the "Most Meritorious Flight"
  • Mackays, now known as M&Co., is a United Kingdom chainstore.

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List Of 1632 Characters (fictional) - Julie Mackay
... Julie Mackay is the daughter of Grantville dentist Henry Sims, who captivates the attention of Scottish Captain Alexander MacKay when he first enters Grantville High ... She eventually married MacKay ... In 1634 The Baltic War, Julie and Mackay reunited with Harry Lefferts and his rescue party in planning a escape for the Grantville delegation ...
List Of Mackay Suburbs
... The list of Mackay suburbs in northern Queensland, Australia, includes the following suburbs Andergrove Bakers Creek Beaconsfield Blacks Beach Bucasia Cremorne Dolphin Heads East Mackay ...
List Of 1632 Characters (fictional) - Alexander Mackay
... Alexander Mackay is the Captain of a Scottish cavalry of Green Regiment under the service of Gustavus Adolphus ... Mackay is screening well in advance of Gustav's army, in effect on detached duty stationed at Badenburg to keep an eye on Count Tilly's Catholic forces ... Mackay, who is reminiscent of Tom Sawyer in appearance, "falls hard" for senior cheerleader captain Julie Sims when the Grantville Emergency Committee's ...
Battle Of Littleferry - The Battle
... Companies, one from the Clan Sutherland and one from the Clan Mackay, led by Ensign John Mackay of Moudale ... Led by Ensign Mackay, the Sutherland men came down from the hills near Golspie, attacking into the gap between the rebel officers and their soldiers ... Battle of Littleferry was written by Angus Mackay in his book "The Book of Mackay" A few days before Culloden, Cromartie got orders to rejoin the Prince at ...

Famous quotes containing the word mackay:

    —Anonymous. Quoted in The Harvest of a Quiet Eye, Alan L. Mackay (1977)