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John McKenzie - My line descends from Alexander was a Sergeant in the 40th Regiment of Foot, of His Majesty’s Army. On November 3, 1764 he petitioned the Honorable Cadwallader Colden, Lieutenant Governor and Commander, in and over the Province of New York, for a tract of land. Alexander's petition was granted and he received title to land in Port Henry, New York which is located on the west bank of Lake Champlain. We have no record of Alexander ever settling on the land, but believe his son William McKenzie did settle there. Alexander may have settled in Halifax or Nova Scotia. Alexander’s son, William McKenzie (1759-1815) married Deborah Towner (1765-1848), daughter of Ithiel and Sarah Towner.
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