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Basic Biographical Details

Name: Alexander Marshall Mackenzie
Designation: Architect
Born: 1 January 1848
Died: 4 May 1933
Bio Notes: Alexander Marshall Mackenzie was born in Elgin on 1 January 1848, the son of Thomas Mackenzie, architect and his wife Helen Margaret McInnes. His middle name derived from his mother, who was a granddaughter of William Marshall, the Duke of Gordon's factor and a celebrated composer of reels and strathspeys. His father died in October 1854 when he was six. Educated at Elgin Academy, he was articled to James Matthews' Aberdeen office from 1863 to 1868, and remained there as assistant for a year. His elder brother Hugh being already settled in Edinburgh he then found a place in the office of David Bryce, living at 10 Forres Street. During that period he studied drawing and painting with Robert Innes who had painted a portrait of his father in 1851, and exhibited a selection of his topographical views at the RSA in 1870. This was, perhaps, at least partly in preparation for a study tour of Italy and France undertaken in that year, after which he commenced practice in Elgin at the early age of twenty-two.

By 1877, the year after Bryce's death, Marshall Mackenzie had amply demonstrated his capacity to gain clients, and Matthews was persuaded to re-admit him as a partner, but in respect of Aberdeen and Elgin-based business only, William Lawrie retaining his semi-independent position in Inverness where the practice continued under the name of Matthews & Lawrie. From 1883 onward Mackenzie undertook virtually all of the design work of the Aberdeen office, Matthews being preoccupied with civic duties as provost, principally on Rosemount Viaduct and the Union Terrace improvements. When William Lawrie died in 1887, his chief assistant John Hinton Gall took over the Inverness practice in his own name only. Matthews eventually retired completely in 1893 at the age of seventy-three, leaving Mackenzie as sole partner.

Marshall Mackenzie's classical work varied greatly in quality, mainly because of cost factors, working in granite being expensive. According to Herbert Hardy Wigglesworth, then his apprentice, a second visit to Italy in or about 1883 inspired the Northern Assurance Building and the Gray's School of Art and Aberdeen Art Gallery buildings, the details of the former suggesting that he had looked as much at modern Italian architecture as at high Renaissance examples. In the latter he adopted a two colour treatment by introducing elements of pink Corrennie granite, apparently in deference to the use of sandstone and brick dressings in Simpson's Triple Kirk opposite, an experiment that was to extend to the neo-Georgian villas he built in the 1890s. Much of his classical work from the mid-1880s onward was in a rather flat pilastraded idiom that lent itself to machine cutting: only at the Parish Council and School Board offices, and at the Manx Bank did he have the budget to adopt a more three-dimensional treatment.

Marshall Mackenzie's Gothic work was much more consistent in quality. From 1883 onwards beginning with Craigiebuckler, he paralleled Honeyman, Rowand Anderson and Blanc in the adaptation of mediaeval forms to a more liturgical form of Presbyterian worship. Both Craigiebuckler and Ruthrieston were English Gothic in detail, but thereafter he showed a marked preference for late Scots Gothic forms. This development stemmed from his restoration of Arbuthnott Church in 1889, but was also related to the Aberdeen Ecclesiological Society, originally initiated by the Rev James Cooper of St Nicholas East Church, William Kelly, later of Smith & Kelly, and his brother-in-law Charles Carmichael on Kelly's return from London and a continental study tour in 1885. Mackenzie was one of their founder members and his first new-build church in the Scots Gothic idiom was Powis, Aberdeen, 1895, its details drawn from Greyfriars Church, then under threat from the Marischal College extension scheme and which - against his own wishes - he was to be obliged to demolish.

Mackenzie was elected ARSA in 1893 although he had exhibited only once twenty-three years earlier, and admitted FRIBA on 30 November 1896 with the influential support of the London architects Alfred Waterhouse, Colonel Robert W Edis, and John McKean Brydon. These events were prompted by royal patronage, initially at the new church at Crathie in 1893 and again in 1895 when the Duke and Duchess of Fife (the Prince of Wales's daughter Princess Louise) commissioned the rebuilding of Mar Lodge. An honorary LLD followed in 1906, marking the final completion of the Marischal College extension scheme, formally opened by King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra to mark the Quater Centenary celebrations.

The completion of the Marischal College works brought the practice still greater national fame, but by then the practice had already opened a London office in 1903, a development directly related to Mackenzie's brother-in-law. Mackenzie had married Phoebe Ann Robertson Cooper, the only daughter of Alexander Cooper of the Elgin legal firm Cooper & Wink, and a granddaughter of General George Duncan Robertson, head of the Clan Robertson. Her brother George Alexander Cooper (1856-1940), later Sir George 1st Baronet, had become an American property magnate. He had also married an heiress, Mary Smith of Evanston, Illinois, the niece of 'Chicago' Smith, and became a major art collector, his dealer being Joseph Duveen. In 1901 the Coopers bought the lease of 26 Grosvenor Square, which made them neighbours to the Earl and Countess of Aberdeen at no 27: they had recently returned from Canada where Lord Aberdeen had been Governor General from 1893 to 1898. The London decorators Howard & Sons redecorated no 26 'under the aegis of Duveen Brothers' probably with some involvement by Duveen's architect Rene Sergent in Paris, the panelling for Duveen's tapestries being made by Anatole Beaumetz. While this work was in progress, Marshall Mackenzie's eldest son Alexander George Robertson Mackenzie - his middle names were those of his maternal grandfather- born 1879, was working with Sergent in Paris as an improver. Articled to his father in August 1894 at the age of fifteen, 'AGR' took classes at Gray's School of Art, Robert Gordon's Institute of Technology and the University of Aberdeen, and quickly developed extraordinary ability, becoming his father's chief assistant at the end of his apprenticeship in 1898. Nevertheless he felt he needed London experience, and early in 1900 he obtained a place in the office of one of his father's proposers, Colonel Edis, which enabled him to study at the Architectural Association and at the Central School of Arts and Crafts under Lethaby, Halsey Ricardo and Frampton. After his spell with Sergent in 1901 he obtained a place in the London office of Niven & Wigglesworth, Herbert Wigglesworth having been an apprentice of his father's, and passed the qualifying exam in June. He was admitted ARIBA on 17 September 1901, his proposers being his father, Wigglesworth, and his partner Niven. At that date he had travelled only in Normandy and in Holland, but soon thereafter he spent two months on a study tour in Italy before being recalled to his father's office in 1902 to assist with the Marischal College extension.

The London office was set up initially to enlarge and remodel Hursley Park in Hampshire, which the Coopers had bought in 1902, the work being carried out in association with Duveen, who obtained the boiseries and the Beauvais tapestries. AGR was put in charge of the London office although the division was by no means clear-cut, his father being in London for a few days every fortnight while the son undertook a certain amount of the design work of the Aberdeen office. Partly from the Coopers' influence and partly from sheer ability, the London practice was successful, at once securing the £300,000 commission for the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Aldwych, followed by a still more prestigious one for Canada House, also part of the Strand-Kingsway improvements which put him in the same league as J J Burnet. The Canada House project was deferred but they won the competition for Australia House, also in Aldwych, a few years later. The lay assessors were headed by the sculptor Bertram Mackennal and were advised by J S Murdoch, formerly an assistant in Burnet's office and later Chief Architect in Canberra. This time the project went ahead. AGR was then elevated to FRIBA on 3 March 1913, his proposers being Leonard Stokes who had become a close friend and with whose son there was to be a future connection, and Niven and Wigglesworth.

By that date Gilbert Marshall Mackenzie was also in the London office. Born in 1890 or 1891 and educated at Charterhouse rather than in Aberdeen, Gilbert was articled to the Aberdeen office in 1909 but left in the same year for the University of Cambridge, probably to read modern languages in preparation for study at the Atelier Gromort in Paris in 1911. He returned to the London office in 1912 without taking the Diplome du Gouvernement, recalled to assist his brother with Australia House, and passed the qualifying exam in the same year without completing any apprenticeship and little more than a year's practical experience in total. He was admitted ARIBA in the same year, his proposers being his father, his brother, and another professional friend of his brother's, Herbert Austen Hall. Shortly thereafter he was taken into partnership.

The Mackenzies suffered severely in the First World War. The long-deferred Canada House project was cancelled, the Union Club and the Royal College of Physicians being eventually bought for the purpose and the commission given to Septimus Warwick. Gilbert was called up and commissioned in the First Battalion of the Seaforth Highlanders in which he reached the rank of Captain. While serving in France he drew and painted life in the trenches. Subsequently he was sent to Mesopotamia where he was killed in action near Kut on 21 April 1916. AGR enlisted as a private in the London Scottish, in the hope that he could transfer to the Seaforths and be with his brother, but was severely wounded and lost most of a leg. He was invalided out and assisted his father with the completion of Australia House, where work had continued throughout the war years. Mackenzie's second son, who had become a solicitor and was a partner in Cooper & Wink and was too old for active service similarly volunteered, but because of his eyesight he had to be content with the Service Corps from which he survived unscathed.

Alexander Marshall Mackenzie was elevated to the status of full academician in 1918, and the Aberdeen practice remained as prosperous as ever, but despite the continuing support of the Coopers, the London practice did not recover its pre-war success as Burnet's had done. Although still based in London, by the later 1920s AGR was spending much of his time on the work of the Aberdeen office, where Alexander Marshall was assisted by John Gibb Marr (born 1890), who had originally been articled to Clement George. Marr was taken into partnership on 1 January 1927. Niven and Wigglesworth's practice had also begun to run out of work following the completion of Hambro's Bank in London, and their partnership was dissolved in 1927, partly because Niven had developed other interests. Wigglesworth merged his half of the remaining practice with Mackenzie's. Further consolidation took place in Aberdeen in May 1931 when the Mackenzies merged the Aberdeen practice with that of the cinema and auction mart specialist, Clement George, born 1879 in Macduff, who had been in the office from 1897 to 1907, and had remained a family friend: his senior partner, George Sutherland had died in 1927. The practice now became A Marshall Mackenzie, Son & George.

These arrangements were to prove brief. Clement George died on 23 February 1932, followed on 4 May 1933 by Alexander Marshall Mackenzie who had been at the drawing board until within a week of his death, latterly working mostly from Culter House, a great early eighteenth-century house with a fine formal garden to which he had moved from the very stylish houses AGR had designed for him at Ladyhill and Loch Coull in 1911. The practice title then reverted to A Marshall Mackenzie & Son.

Private and Business Addresses

The following private or business addresses are associated with this architect:
 AddressTypeDate fromDate toNotes
Item 1 of 1910, Forres Street, Edinburgh, ScotlandPrivatec. 1869c. 1870 
Item 2 of 19Elgin, Morayshire, ScotlandPrivate/businessc. 1870  
Item 3 of 1930, Thomson Street, Aberdeen, ScotlandPrivate/business(?)1885  
Item 4 of 1910, Ann Place, Aberdeen, ScotlandPrivate/business(?)1888  
Item 5 of 19255, Union Street, Aberdeen, ScotlandBusiness18941899 
Item 6 of 191, Bon Accord Street, Aberdeen, ScotlandBusiness1896Before 1900 
Item 7 of 1961, Queen's Road, Aberdeen, ScotlandPrivate(?)1899  
Item 8 of 19343, Union Street, Aberdeen, ScotlandBusiness19001914At least for this period if not longer
Item 9 of 19London, EnglandBusinessc. 1903  
Item 10 of 1928, Albyn Place, Aberdeen, ScotlandPrivate/business(?)1904 * Temporary address
Item 11 of 1913, Waterloo Place, London, EnglandBusiness1910 *  
Item 12 of 19Coull, Aberdeenshire, ScotlandPrivate1911  
Item 13 of 191, Victoria Street, London, EnglandBusiness1914  
Item 14 of 1942, Cumberland Mansions, London, EnglandPrivate1914  
Item 15 of 1914, St Leonard's Terrace, Chelsea, London, EnglandPrivate1918  
Item 16 of 1975, Victoria Street, London, EnglandBusiness1921After 1924 
Item 17 of 19Kaim House, Aberdeenshire, ScotlandPrivatec. 1921c. 1924 
Item 18 of 19Culter House, ScotlandPrivatec. 19241933 
Item 19 of 19173A, Union Street, Aberdeen, ScotlandBusinessBefore 19281933 

* earliest date known from documented sources.

Employment and Training


The following individuals or organisations employed or trained this architect (click on an item to view details):
 NameDate fromDate toPositionNotes
Item 1 of 6James Matthews18631868Apprentice 
Item 2 of 6James Matthews1868c. 1869AssistantIn Aberdeen office, under James Matthews
Item 3 of 6David Brycec. 1869Before 1877Assistant 
Item 4 of 6Matthews & Mackenzie1877After 1899Partner 
Item 5 of 6A Marshall Mackenzie & Son1902May 1933Senior Partner 
Item 6 of 6A Marshall Mackenzie Son & GeorgeMay 19314 May 1933Partner 

Employees or Pupils

The following individuals were employed or trained by this architect (click on an item to view details):
 NameDate fromDate toPositionNotes
Item 1 of 6William Begg SimpsonMay 1896May 1901Apprentice 
Item 2 of 6Herbert Mayer Barker18971901Apprentice 
Item 3 of 6Arthur James Barclayc. 1898c. 1904Assistant 
Item 4 of 6Clement GeorgeAfter 18991902Apprentice 
Item 5 of 6William Begg SimpsonMay 1901August 1902Assistant 
Item 6 of 6John Gibb Marr192131 December 1926Senior Assistant 


RIBA Proposers

The following individuals proposed this architect for RIBA membership (click on an item to view details):
 NameDate proposedNotes
Item 1 of 3John McKean Brydon30 November 1896for Fellowship
Item 2 of 3(Sir) Robert William Edis30 November 1896for Fellowship
Item 3 of 3Alfred Waterhouse30 November 1896for Fellowship

RIBA Proposals

This architect proposed the following individuals for RIBA membership (click on an item to view details):
 NameDate proposedNotes
Item 1 of 37Joseph Addison1 March 1920for Associateship
Item 2 of 37Arthur James Barclay20 March 1911for Licentiateship
Item 3 of 37Kenneth Henderson BrownEarly 1922for Associateship
Item 4 of 37William George Hay Black Bruce (or William George Bruce)29 November 1926for Associateship
Item 5 of 37Herbert Kitchener Calder29 November 1926for Associateship
Item 6 of 37Alexander Cowie5 December 1898for Associateship
Item 7 of 37James William Crawford24 June 1912for Licentiateship
Item 8 of 37Herbert William Cruickshank (or Herbert William Cruikshank)Mid 1920for Associateship
Item 9 of 37James Crane Cruickshank10 October 1930for Licentiateship
Item 10 of 37William Alexander DavidsonEarly 1921For Associateship
Item 11 of 37James Stott Dawson5 January 1925for Associateship
Item 12 of 37James DonaldLate 1921for Associateship
Item 13 of 37John Ellis20 July 1911for Licentiateship
Item 14 of 37William Edgar Gauld9 June 1913for Fellowship
Item 15 of 37Clement George20 July 1911for Licentiateship
Item 16 of 37Alexander GordonEarly 1921for Associateship
Item 17 of 37Thomas Harold Hughes15 February 1926for Fellowship
Item 18 of 37Frank Alexander Greig Inglis29 November 1926For Associateship
Item 19 of 37Douglas William InnesEarly 1956For Fellowship
Item 20 of 37Ruth Knox JacksonLate 1928for Associateship
Item 21 of 37Simpson LowLate 1920 or early 1921for Associateship
Item 22 of 37Robert John Macbeth11 June 1906for Fellowship
Item 23 of 37Alexander George Robertson Mackenzie2 December 1901for Associateship
Item 24 of 37Gilbert Marshall Mackenzie1913for Associateship
Item 25 of 37Arthur Hay Livingstone MackinnonEarly 1932for Fellowship
Item 26 of 37John Maclennan5 December 1927for Associateship
Item 27 of 37John Charles McKenzie1 March 1920for Associateship
Item 28 of 37John Ross McMillan4 March 1907for Fellowship
Item 29 of 37James Morrison29 November 1926for Associateship
Item 30 of 37Donald Cameron RaeLate 1922For Associateship
Item 31 of 37Herbert Henry ReidEarly 1921for Associateship
Item 32 of 37James Ellaby (or Ellerby) Rhind1 March 1920for Associateship
Item 33 of 37William Begg Simpson20 March 1911for Licentiateship
Item 34 of 37William John TaylorLate 1922For Associateship
Item 35 of 37John Wittet16 May 1927for Fellowship
Item 36 of 37Thomas Ruddiman Wood30 November 1925for Associateship
Item 37 of 37John YeatsLate 1921for Associateship

Buildings and Designs

This architect was involved with the following buildings or structures from the date specified (click on an item to view details):
 Date startedBuilding nameTown, district or villageIslandCity or countyCountryNotes
Item 1 of 392 Admiral Fane's House  AberdeenScotlandDate unknown
Item 2 of 3921869(?)Oldmill Reformatory  AberdeenScotlandAdditions? - as assistant to James Matthews
Item 3 of 3921870sFour houses, Forest Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 4 of 392After 1870Blackhills House   Scotland 
Item 5 of 392After 1870Dandaleith House and SteadingRothes MorayshireScotland 
Item 6 of 392After 1870House for Dr GregorNairn NairnshireScotland 
Item 7 of 392After 1870House for Dr MackenzieElgin MorayshireScotland 
Item 8 of 392After 1870House for Mr RossElgin MorayshireScotland 
Item 9 of 392After 1870House for Mrs CrosbieElgin MorayshireScotland 
Item 10 of 392After 1870Kew CottageElgin MorayshireScotland 
Item 11 of 392After 1870LarkfieldNairn NairnshireScotland 
Item 12 of 392After 1870Linburn HouseAberlour BanffshireScotland 
Item 13 of 392After 1870Ruallan HouseNairn NairnshireScotland 
Item 14 of 392After 1870Smallburn SteadingSmallburn Aberdeenshire/MorayshireScotland 
Item 15 of 392After 1870SpringfieldElgin MorayshireScotland 
Item 16 of 392After 1870The CampLossiemouth MorayshireScotland 
Item 17 of 392c. 1870Nairn Public HallNairn NairnshireScotlandCompetition; Groome gives date as 1865, built by Joint Stock Co; it was small, if this was for a larger building, it was not built
Item 18 of 392c. 1871City of Glasgow BankElgin MorayshireScotland 
Item 19 of 3921872Abernethy Parish ChurchAbernethy Inverness-shireScotlandRemodelling and enlargement
Item 20 of 3921872Innes House, North Lodge  MorayshireScotlandAs assistant BUT not partner as partnership did not start until 1877.
Item 21 of 3921873Grant Arms HotelGrantown-on-Spey MorayshireScotland 
Item 22 of 3921873Lossiemouth BathsLossiemouth MorayshireScotland 
Item 23 of 3921874147 High StreetElgin MorayshireScotland 
Item 24 of 3921874Church of Scotland Training College  AberdeenScotland 
Item 25 of 3921874Urquhart ManseUrquhart MorayshireScotlandCanted bays added to left and right
Item 26 of 3921875Beldorney SchoolGlass AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 27 of 3921875Craigievar SchoolCraigievar AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 28 of 3921875Grantown-on-Spey SchoolGrantown-on-Spey MorayshireScotland 
Item 29 of 392c. 1875Abernethy SchoolAbernethy Inverness-shireScotland 
Item 30 of 3921876Glenlossie DistilleryGlenlossie MorayshireScotland 
Item 31 of 3921876Inveravon Manse and steadingInveravon BanffshireScotlandAlterations
Item 32 of 3921876Inveravon Parish ChurchBallindalloch BanffshireScotlandRemodelling
Item 33 of 392c. 1876Mortlach Parish ChurchDufftown BanffshireScotlandRenovation
Item 34 of 3921877Ardoe House  AberdeenshireScotlandOriginal house
Item 35 of 3921877Congregational ChurchAberfeldy PerthshireScotland 
Item 36 of 3921877Cromdale SchoolCromdale Inverness-shireScotland 
Item 37 of 3921877North of Scotland BankEllon AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 38 of 3921877St Margaret of Scotland Episcopal Church and church hallLeven FifeScotlandWon and executed commission
Item 39 of 3921877Terraced houses, 6 Queen's Gate and 2-12 Forest Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 40 of 3921877Union Terrace Gardens  AberdeenScotland 
Item 41 of 39218781 Queens Gate  AberdeenScotlandWith Pirie as assistant
Item 42 of 3921878Braemar Parish ChurchBraemar AberdeenshireScotlandAlterations and additions including spire
Item 43 of 3921878Offices, Shops and Dwelling Houses on Bridge Street  AberdeenScotland 
Item 44 of 3921878St Drostan's Episcopal ChurchTarfside AngusScotland 
Item 45 of 3921878St Machar's Episcopal ChurchBucksburn AberdeenScotland 
Item 46 of 3921879Leochel Cushnie ChurchLeochel Cushnie AberdeenshireScotlandRestoration
Item 47 of 3921879Villa, 23 Queens Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 48 of 3921880245 Union Street  AberdeenScotland 
Item 49 of 392188044 Castle Street  AberdeenScotlandAlterations?
Item 50 of 3921880Central SchoolFraserburgh AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 51 of 3921880Free Church ManseDyce AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 52 of 3921880House for James Crombie, Queens Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 53 of 3921880New Deer Congregational ChurchNew Deer AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 54 of 3921880Shops, offices and dwelling houses, Bridge Street  AberdeenScotland 
Item 55 of 3921880St James ChurchLossiemouth    
Item 56 of 3921880Steading, Linkwood Farm Elgin (near) MorayScotland 
Item 57 of 392c. 1880Villa and stable building, 19 Queen's Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 58 of 392c. 1880Villa, 1 Queen's Road  AberdeenScotlandHS attribution
Item 59 of 392188185 Union Place  AberdeenScotland 
Item 60 of 3921881Brucklay HouseNew Deer AberdeenshireScotlandAlterations including addition of harl
Item 61 of 3921881Chivas Brothers Shop  AberdeenScotland 
Item 62 of 3921881Mackinnon's Buildings  AberdeenScotland 
Item 63 of 3921881North of Scotland Bank  AberdeenScotlandAdditions onto Lodge Walk
Item 64 of 3921882Aberdeen Dairy Company Premises  AberdeenScotland 
Item 65 of 3921882Aberdeen Grammar School  AberdeenScotlandAdditions
Item 66 of 3921882Craigiebuckler ChurchCraigiebuckler AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 67 of 3921882House for Provost Jamieson, Queen's Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 68 of 3921882House, 3 Queens Gate  AberdeenScotland 
Item 69 of 3921882Inglismaldie CastleInglismaldie AberdeenshireScotlandReconstruction after fire
Item 70 of 3921882St Clement's Free Church  AberdeenScotland 
Item 71 of 3921883Aberdeen Art Gallery  AberdeenScotlandWon competition and secured job
Item 72 of 3921883Ardoe House  AberdeenshireScotlandInterior work
Item 73 of 3921883Crimonmogate House  AberdeenScotlandAdditions
Item 74 of 3921883Glenrinnes Parish ChurchGlenrinnes BanffshireScotland 
Item 75 of 3921883Golf Club House  AberdeenScotlandAdditions
Item 76 of 3921883Harbour Offices and Warehouse for C & A Johnston  AberdeenScotland 
Item 77 of 3921883Insch Parish ChurchInsch AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 78 of 3921883North of Scotland BankInsch AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 79 of 3921883North of Scotland Bank  AberdeenScotland 
Item 80 of 3921883Northern Assurance Company Head Office  AberdeenScotland 
Item 81 of 3921883St Clement's ChurchFootdee AberdeenScotlandAlterations
Item 82 of 392c. 1883Boharm Old Parish ChurchBoharm BanffshireScotlandWest birdcage belfry
Item 83 of 392188427 Union Place  AberdeenScotlandAlterations
Item 84 of 3921884Blairmore HouseGlass AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 85 of 3921884Dalmuinzie HouseBieldside AberdeenScotland 
Item 86 of 3921884Dingwall HouseMilltimber AberdeenScotland 
Item 87 of 3921884Elgin Town HallElgin MorayshireScotlandWon in competition
Item 88 of 3921884Forgue HallForgue AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 89 of 3921884Forsyth Hotel  AberdeenScotlandAlterations
Item 90 of 3921884Gordons' Chapel  AberdeenScotlandAlterations
Item 91 of 3921884Gray's School of Art  AberdeenScotlandWon competition and secured job
Item 92 of 3921884House, 17 Rubislaw Den North  AberdeenScotland 
Item 93 of 3921884Houses, 44 and 46 Polmuir Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 94 of 3921884Sick Children's Hospital  AberdeenScotlandAlterations
Item 95 of 3921884Two Houses, Queen's Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 96 of 392188522 Union Place  AberdeenScotland 
Item 97 of 392188546-50, 54-62, 64-70 Schoolhill  AberdeenScotland 
Item 98 of 3921885Ballogie House  AberdeenshireScotlandAdditions
Item 99 of 3921885Botriphnie ManseBotriphnie BanffshireScotland 
Item 100 of 3921885Foveran HouseFoveran AberdeenshireScotlandAddition of tower, new lodge
Item 101 of 3921885Freefield House  AberdeenshireScotlandIonic porch and alterations
Item 102 of 3921885House for Mr WathBanff BanffshireScotland 
Item 103 of 3921885House, Ruthrieston Terrace  AberdeenScotland 
Item 104 of 3921885J Murray Garden HouseRubislaw Den AberdeenScotland 
Item 105 of 3921885Robert Gordon's College, archway  AberdeenScotland 
Item 106 of 3921885Skene Street Congregational Church  AberdeenScotland 
Item 107 of 3921886Commercial Building, St Nicholas Lane and Correction Wynd  AberdeenScotland 
Item 108 of 3921886Enzie Parish ChurchEnzie MorayshireScotland 
Item 109 of 3921886Forsyth Hotel  AberdeenScotlandAdditions
Item 110 of 3921886House of Glenmuick with East lodgeBallater AberdeenshireScotlandAlterations and additions
Item 111 of 3921886Houses and Shops, 29-31 Fountainhall Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 112 of 3921886North of Scotland BankWick CaithnessScotland 
Item 113 of 3921886Old Meldrum Parish ChurchOld Meldrum / Oldmeldrum AberdeenshireScotlandInternal alterations
Item 114 of 3921886Pitmurchie HouseTorphins? AberdeenshireScotlandReconstruction
Item 115 of 3921886Pratt & Keith warehouse  AberdeenScotlandAdditions and alterations to convert building to hotel
Item 116 of 3921886Premises for Mitchell and Muill  AberdeenScotland 
Item 117 of 3921886Stewart's HallHuntly AberdeenshireScotlandRestoration after fire damage
Item 118 of 3921886Two Houses, Fountainhall Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 119 of 3921886Warehouse for J Lyall Grant  AberdeenScotland 
Item 120 of 3921886Wordie Buildings  AberdeenScotland 
Item 121 of 3921887Church of Scotland Training College  AberdeenScotlandAdditions
Item 122 of 3921887Craigiebuckler Manse  AberdeenScotland 
Item 123 of 3921887Free Church College Library  AberdeenScotlandComplete remodelling and conversion
Item 124 of 3921887Lossiemouth Free ChurchLossiemouth MorayshireScotland 
Item 125 of 3921887Premises for Alexander Flett, 26-38 Holburn Street and Union Grove  AberdeenScotland 
Item 126 of 3921887Richmondhill House  AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 127 of 3921888Avochie HouseHuntly (near) AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 128 of 3921888Brucklay HouseNew Deer AberdeenshireScotlandAdditions (piers, gates etc & West Lodge?)
Item 129 of 3921888Glendavan HouseDinnet AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 130 of 3921888Gordon SchoolsHuntly AberdeenshireScotlandAdditions
Item 131 of 3921888Langley, 25 Forest Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 132 of 392188921 and 23 Beechgrove Avenue  AberdeenScotland 
Item 133 of 3921889Central Public Library  AberdeenScotlandSecond premiated competition design
Item 134 of 3921889Church of Scotland Training College  AberdeenScotlandFurther additions
Item 135 of 3921889House, Mid Stocket Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 136 of 3921889Lattach House and addition to SteadingGlass AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 137 of 3921889Old House of Glack and New House of Glack  AberdeenshireScotlandConversion of Old and New Houses of Glack into Daviot Asylum
Item 138 of 3921889Oldyne SteadingGlass AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 139 of 3921889Pitsligo New Parish ChurchPeathill AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 140 of 3921889Sandside HouseReay CaithnessScotland 
Item 141 of 3921890sCressbrook, Queen's Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 142 of 3921890sHay's Buildings  AberdeenScotland 
Item 143 of 3921890sHouse for Mr Edmonds  AberdeenScotland 
Item 144 of 3921890sHouse for Mr Rae  AberdeenScotland 
Item 145 of 3921890sMr Steele's House, 42-44 Queen's Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 146 of 3921890Arbuthnott ChurchArbuthnott KincardineshireScotlandRestoration after fire
Item 147 of 3921890Beldorney CastleGlass AberdeenshireScotlandAdditions and repairs (also restoration of gatehouse)
Item 148 of 3921890ChurchBrechin AngusScotlandUnspecified work
Item 149 of 3921890Dinnet House and East Lodge  AberdeenshireScotlandHouse and lodge
Item 150 of 3921890Edinglassie House  AberdeenshireScotlandAdditions
Item 151 of 3921890Free South Church  AberdeenScotland 
Item 152 of 3921890Middle School  AberdeenScotland 
Item 153 of 3921890Muchalls CastleMuchalls KincardineshireScotlandRestoration
Item 154 of 3921890Ruthrieston Parish ChurchRuthrieston AberdeenScotland 
Item 155 of 3921890Udny Parish ChurchUdny Green AberdeenshireScotlandRenovation
Item 156 of 392c. 1890257-259 Union Street  AberdeenScotland 
Item 157 of 3921891Aberdeen University, Marischal College  AberdeenScotlandRebuilding
Item 158 of 3921891Birnie KirkBirnie MorayshireScotlandRestoration
Item 159 of 3921891Craigiebuckler Church hallCraigiebuckler AberdeenScotland 
Item 160 of 3921891Crimonmogate House  AberdeenScotlandAlterations
Item 161 of 3921891Crown Street Free Church  AberdeenScotland 
Item 162 of 3921891Dalhebity HouseBieldside AberdeenScotlandAdditions
Item 163 of 3921891Grand Hotel  AberdeenScotlandAdditions
Item 164 of 3921891Murtle HousePeterculter AberdeenshireScotlandAdditions
Item 165 of 3921891Music Hall  AberdeenScotlandAlterations and redecoration
Item 166 of 3921891Pratt & Keith warehouse  AberdeenScotlandFurther additions
Item 167 of 3921892Crathie ManseCrathie AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 168 of 3921892Dyce ManseDyce AberdeenshireScotlandAdditions
Item 169 of 3921892House, 26 Rubislaw Den South  AberdeenScotland 
Item 170 of 3921892Keig SchoolKeig AberdeenshireScotlandAdditions
Item 171 of 3921892Marykirk ChurchMarykirk KincardineshireScotlandAlterations
Item 172 of 3921892MayenRothiemay AberdeenshireScotlandSubstantial additions and internal remodelling
Item 173 of 3921892Three Houses, Belvidere Crescent  AberdeenScotland 
Item 174 of 3921892Tonley House  AberdeenshireScotlandReconstruction
Item 175 of 3921893Aberdeen University, Marischal College  AberdeenScotlandMitchell Hall and Mitchell Tower
Item 176 of 3921893Breda HouseAlford AberdeenshireScotlandLarge additions and lodge
Item 177 of 3921893Crathie ChurchCrathie AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 178 of 3921893Kepplestone Cottage  AberdeenScotlandAddition of a wing
Item 179 of 3921893Mortlach Church hallDufftown BanffshireScotland 
Item 180 of 3921893Office for Williams, Regent Quay  AberdeenScotland 
Item 181 of 3921893Two Houses, Belvidere Crescent  AberdeenScotland 
Item 182 of 3921893Two Houses, Belvidere Crescent  AberdeenScotland 
Item 183 of 3921893Warehouse for Williams, Virginia Street  AberdeenScotland 
Item 184 of 3921893 or 1899West ChurchFraserburgh AberdeenshireScotlandAdditions. Wheel window in rear gable and low vestry. (Buildings of Scotland gives date on 1899)
Item 185 of 3921894Aberdeen Grammar School  AberdeenScotlandFurther additions
Item 186 of 3921894Aberdeen University, Marischal College  AberdeenScotlandNorth wing
Item 187 of 3921894King's CollegeOld Aberdeen AberdeenScotlandAddition
Item 188 of 3921894Laurencekirk ParsonageLaurencekirk KincardineshireScotland 
Item 189 of 3921894Powis Church  AberdeenScotland 
Item 190 of 3921894Two houses, Beechgrove Avenue  AberdeenScotland 
Item 191 of 3921894Villa, Queen's Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 192 of 3921894WedderhillMaryculter KincardineshireScotland 
Item 193 of 3921894Wellwood   ScotlandAdditions
Item 194 of 3921895Aberdeen Municipal Buildings and Tolbooth  AberdeenScotlandSecond premiated design in competition for reconstruction (£20 premium)
Item 195 of 3921895Easton HouseElgin MorayshireScotland 
Item 196 of 3921895House on Queen's Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 197 of 3921895Huntly Public SchoolHuntly AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 198 of 3921895Laurencekirk Parish ChurchLaurencekirk KincardineshireScotlandSpire and reconstruction
Item 199 of 3921895Links SchoolMontrose AngusScotland 
Item 200 of 3921895Mar LodgeBraemar AberdeenshireScotlandLodge and chapel
Item 201 of 3921895Pair of semi-detached villas 41-43 Queen 's Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 202 of 3921895Pair of semi-detached villas, 37 and 39 Queen's Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 203 of 3921895Pair of semi-detached villas, 45-47 Queen's Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 204 of 3921895Pair of semi-detached villas, 49-51 Queen's Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 205 of 3921895Villa, 35 Queen's Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 206 of 39218967 Albyn Place  AberdeenScotland 
Item 207 of 3921896Aberdeen Parish Council Offices  AberdeenScotland 
Item 208 of 3921896Armstrong Nursing Home  AberdeenScotlandAdditions
Item 209 of 3921896Double villa, 61, 63 Queen's Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 210 of 3921896Elgin MuseumElgin MorayshireScotlandAdditions
Item 211 of 3921896Fasnadarach HouseBallater AberdeenshireScotlandWork unclear - alterations?
Item 212 of 3921896FirhallNairn NairnshireScotland 
Item 213 of 3921896King's CollegeOld Aberdeen AberdeenScotlandEast window on north side, restoration of tracery for Robertson Smith Memorial Window
Item 214 of 3921896Manchester Royal Infirmary: Piccadilly site  ManchesterEnglandUnsuccessful competition entry
Item 215 of 3921896Memorial Cross     
Item 216 of 3921896Sick Children's Hospital  AberdeenScotlandFurther work
Item 217 of 3921896St George's Free ChurchMontrose AngusScotlandAdditions
Item 218 of 3921896Two Houses, Queen's Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 219 of 3921896Villa, 57 Queen's Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 220 of 3921896Villa, 59 Queen's Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 221 of 3921897Aberdeen University, Marischal College  AberdeenScotlandSouth wing
Item 222 of 3921897Advocates Hall  AberdeenScotlandAlterations
Item 223 of 3921897Advocates Hall, Concert Hall and Court  AberdeenScotlandAlterations - may refer to work on older Advocates Hall - see separate entry
Item 224 of 3921897Ardoe Lodge Gate  AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 225 of 3921897Banff AcademyBanff BanffshireScotlandRebuilding and rear extension
Item 226 of 3921897Beechgrove Free Church  AberdeenScotlandPlaced second in competition
Item 227 of 3921897InchgarthCults AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 228 of 3921897Kildrummy Mansion HouseKildrummy AberdeenshireScotlandAlso Brig o' Balgownie on estate
Item 229 of 3921897Macduff Free ChurchMacduff BanffshireScotland 
Item 230 of 3921897Old Deer Parish ChurchOld Deer AberdeenshireScotlandInternal refitting and other alterations
Item 231 of 3921897School Board Offices  AberdeenScotland 
Item 232 of 3921897St David's ChapelStormontfield PerthshireScotland 
Item 233 of 3921897Stable etc, Denburn Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 234 of 3921897Tullich LodgeBallater AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 235 of 3921897Warehouse and Offices, Regent Quay and Victoria Street  AberdeenScotland 
Item 236 of 3921897WhitehouseAlford AberdeenshireScotlandReconstruction
Item 237 of 3921898CraiglarachAboyne AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 238 of 3921898Fife Arms HotelBraemar AberdeenshireScotlandMajor reconstruction including additional floor
Item 239 of 3921898Fraserburgh Parish ChurchFraserburgh AberdeenshireScotlandInternal remodelling
Item 240 of 3921898Fyvie Castle and ancillary buildingsFyvie AberdeenshireScotlandAlterations and additions. Took over John Bryce's job. Gothic lanterns on projecting porch. Interior survives much as Mackenzie remodelled it.
Item 241 of 3921898Old Greyfriars Church  AberdeenScotlandUnexecuted proposals for retention and restoration
Item 242 of 3921898Villa, 55 Queen's Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 243 of 3921898Villa, 82 Queen's Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 244 of 392189927 Albyn Place  AberdeenScotland 
Item 245 of 3921899Aberdeen Art Gallery  AberdeenScotlandAdditions
Item 246 of 3921899Ballater Church HallBallater AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 247 of 3921899Fyvie, clock towerFyvie AberdeenshireScotlandDesign exhibited at RA
Item 248 of 3921899House on Summer Street  AberdeenScotland 
Item 249 of 3921899Isle of Man Banking Co  DouglasIsle of Man 
Item 250 of 3921899Old House of Glack and New House of Glack  AberdeenshireScotlandRestoration
Item 251 of 3921899Sandside HouseReay CaithnessScotlandAdditions
Item 252 of 3921899Villa, 31 Forest Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 253 of 3921899Villa, 53 Queen's Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 254 of 3921899Westfield School  AberdeenScotland 
Item 255 of 392Late 1800sDouble villa, 5 and 7 Rubislaw Den South  AberdeenScotland'Probably' (HS)- on stylistic grounds in comparison with nos 37-53 Queen's Road
Item 256 of 392Late 1800sMeikle Kinord ChapelDinnet (by) AberdeenshireScotland'possibly' (HS)
Item 257 of 3921900Aberdeen Golf Club House  AberdeenScotland 
Item 258 of 3921900Ardmeallie House  AberdeenshireScotlandMacaulay says additions are 1894
Item 259 of 3921900Rothiemay Castle  AberdeenshireScotlandAdditions
Item 260 of 392Before 1900Free Church, Esslemont Avenue  AberdeenScotland 
Item 261 of 39219011 King's GardensBrighton East SussexEngland 
Item 262 of 3921901Aberdeen Art Gallery  AberdeenScotlandFurther additions, including scuplture court
Item 263 of 3921901Alexander Scott's HospitalHuntly AberdeenshireScotlandReconstruction
Item 264 of 3921901Dallas Parish ChurchDallas MorayshireScotlandAdditions and alterations
Item 265 of 3921901Dalmuinzie HouseBieldside AberdeenScotlandFurther work
Item 266 of 3921901FairgirthMilltimber AberdeenScotland 
Item 267 of 3921901Fraserburgh Infant SchoolFraserburgh AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 268 of 3921901Fyvie Parish ChurchFyvie AberdeenshireScotlandReconstruction and additions including chancel and apsewith organ chamber, vestry and session houseon the north and laird's aisle on south.
Item 269 of 3921901Greyfriars Church  AberdeenScotland 
Item 270 of 3921901HeathcotArdo KincardineshireScotlandAdditions
Item 271 of 3921901Kingseat AsylumNew Machar AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 272 of 3921901Sick Children's Hospital  AberdeenScotlandFurther work
Item 273 of 3921901St Peter's Churchyard, Forbes-Leith burial enclosureFyvie AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 274 of 3921901Stanley Hotel  AberdeenScotlandAlterations
Item 275 of 392After 1901Crimond ManseCrimond AberdeenshireScotland'Amendments'
Item 276 of 392190226 Grosvenor Square  LondonEnglandInternal work with Duveen Brothers and Anatole Beaumetz of Paris
Item 277 of 3921902Aberdeen University, Marischal College  AberdeenScotlandFront and Broad Street front
Item 278 of 3921902Cooper ParkElgin MorayshireScotlandLayout of park including West Lodge
Item 279 of 3921902Crimonmogate House  AberdeenScotlandFurther alterations and additions
Item 280 of 3921902DalvenieBanchory KincardineshireScotland 
Item 281 of 3921902Glenfeshie LodgeGlenfeshie Inverness-shireScotland 
Item 282 of 3921902Keig Parish ChurchKeig AberdeenshireScotlandInternal work
Item 283 of 3921902Keith Parish ChurchKeith BanffshireScotlandProbably refurnishing work, perhaps carried on from 1892
Item 284 of 3921902Public SchoolInverurie AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 285 of 3921902Stonehaven Bay HotelStonehaven KincardineshireScotland 
Item 286 of 3921902Villa, 1 Queen's Road  AberdeenScotlandMinor alterations
Item 287 of 392c. 1902St Andrew's Parish ChurchTyrie AberdeenshireScotlandProvided plans
Item 288 of 3921903Fyvie Castle, recreation hall   AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 289 of 3921903Holburn Central Church  AberdeenScotland 
Item 290 of 3921903Hursley ParkWinchester HampshireEnglandRemodelling and additions
Item 291 of 3921903Pratt & Keith warehouse  AberdeenScotlandFurther additions
Item 292 of 3921903Ruthrieston Church hallRuthrieston AberdeenScotland 
Item 293 of 3921903Station HotelStonehaven KincardineshireScotland 
Item 294 of 392After 1903St John's ChurchFarley Chamberlayne HampshireEnglandRestoration
Item 295 of 392c. 1903Waldorf Hotel  LondonEngland 
Item 296 of 3921904Aberdeen Dairy Company  AberdeenScotland 
Item 297 of 3921904Mayne HouseElgin? Morayshire?Scotland 
Item 298 of 392c. 1904St Peter's Episcopal ChurchPeterhead AberdeenshireScotlandOrgan case
Item 299 of 3921905Blairfindy Shooting LodgeBlairfindy MorayshireScotland 
Item 300 of 3921905Dinnet House and East Lodge  AberdeenshireScotlandAlterations after fire, addition of square tower
Item 301 of 3921905Fyvie InstitutionFyvie AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 302 of 3921905Glenmore Shooting LodgeGlen More/Glenmore Inverness-shireScotland 
Item 303 of 3921905St Cyrus Parish ChurchSt Cyrus KincardineshireScotlandAlterations
Item 304 of 3921905St Kentigern's Episcopal ChurchBallater AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 305 of 392c. 1905Fife Arms HotelBraemar AberdeenshireScotlandNew porch
Item 306 of 392c. 1905House for Dr Walford BodieMacduff BanffshireScotland 
Item 307 of 3921907Canada HouseAldwych LondonEngland 
Item 308 of 3921907House for Frederick Kindness, Murray Terrace  AberdeenScotland 
Item 309 of 3921908Aberdeen Dairy Company  AberdeenScotlandAdditions
Item 310 of 3921908Ladyhill HouseElgin MorayshireScotlandAdditions
Item 311 of 3921908University of Aberdeen, King's College Sports Pavilion  AberdeenScotland 
Item 312 of 392190926 Grosvenor Square  LondonEnglandRedecoration with White Allom
Item 313 of 392Late 1900sBraemar CastleBraemar AberdeenshireScotlandWork probably not executed
Item 314 of 3921910Aberlour Manse with stables etcAberlour BanffshireScotlandAlterations
Item 315 of 3921910Aberlour Parish ChurchAberlour BanffshireScotlandAlterations
Item 316 of 3921910Craigiebuckler Church hallCraigiebuckler AberdeenScotlandEnlargement
Item 317 of 3921910Kaim HousePitfodels AberdeenScotland 
Item 318 of 3921910National Library of WalesAberystwyth  WalesCompetition design - not successful
Item 319 of 3921910Queen’s University  BelfastNorthern IrelandPlaced third in competition
Item 320 of 392c. 1910Professor Ewart's House  AberdeenScotland 
Item 321 of 3921911Balmoral CastleBalmoral AberdeenshireScotlandDecoration and minor alterations
Item 322 of 3921911King's CollegeOld Aberdeen AberdeenScotlandNew building and gateway to new wing
Item 323 of 392c. 1911Memorial to Edward VII, Crathie ChurchCrathie AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 324 of 3921912Assurance OfficeHolborn LondonEngland 
Item 325 of 3921912Coull HouseAboyne AberdeenshireScotlandFor himself; largely designed by AGR Mackenzie and Gilbert Marshall Mackenzie
Item 326 of 3921912Ladyhill House and LodgeBieldside AberdeenScotlandFor himself; largely designed by AGR Mackenzie and Gilbert Marshall Mackenzie
Item 327 of 3921912Northern Meeting RoomsInverness Inverness-shireScotlandRedecoration
Item 328 of 3921912Recreation Hall, Maypole Dairy WorksSouthall MiddlesexEngland 
Item 329 of 3921913Australia HouseAldwych LondonEngland 
Item 330 of 3921913Balnacoil HouseAboyne AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 331 of 3921913Connet HillElgin MorayshireScotland 
Item 332 of 3921913Lecht Shooting LodgeTomintoul BanffshireScotland 
Item 333 of 3921913SherrifhaughElgin MorayshireScotland 
Item 334 of 3921914Board of Trade Offices  LondonEnglandCompetition entry
Item 335 of 3921914King's College, Examination Hall  AberdeenScotlandFirst scheme, not built
Item 336 of 3921914Lowson Memorial ChurchForfar AngusScotland 
Item 337 of 3921914Lowson Memorial Church HallForfar AngusScotland 
Item 338 of 3921914Lowson Memorial ManseForfar AngusScotland 
Item 339 of 3921914Turriff Parish ChurchTurriff AberdeenshireScotlandReconstruction
Item 340 of 3921915Cults West ChurchCults AberdeenshireScotlandAdditions
Item 341 of 3921915The SteyneBournemouth HampshireEngland 
Item 342 of 3921916Avochie HouseHuntly (near) AberdeenshireScotlandFurther work
Item 343 of 3921918War memorialAdvie MorayshireScotland 
Item 344 of 3921919Achvarasdal House  CaithnessScotlandAlterations
Item 345 of 3921920Dufftown War MemorialDufftown BanffshireScotland 
Item 346 of 3921920Elgin MuseumElgin MorayshireScotlandAlterations and additions
Item 347 of 3921920Fyvie Castle and ancillary buildingsFyvie AberdeenshireScotlandFurther alterations and additions
Item 348 of 3921920Mosstodloch War MemorialMosstodloch MorayshireScotland 
Item 349 of 3921920NorthcotePitfodels AberdeenScotland 
Item 350 of 3921920War MemorialForres MorayshireScotland 
Item 351 of 3921920War Memorial Buildings and Victory HallAboyne AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 352 of 3921921Aberdeen War Memorial, Cowdray Hall  AberdeenScotland 
Item 353 of 3921921Grantown War MemorialGrantown-on-Spey MorayshireScotland 
Item 354 of 3921921Shopfront, Wigmore Street  LondonEngland 
Item 355 of 392After 1921Scottish Alliance Assurance Buildings  AberdeenScotland 
Item 356 of 3921922Chapel of Garioch Parish ChurchChapel of Garioch AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 357 of 3921922King's College, Botany Department  AberdeenScotland 
Item 358 of 392c. 1922All Saints Church, reredosHursley HampshireEnglandDesign of new reredos
Item 359 of 392c. 1922Coull War MemorialCoull AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 360 of 392c. 1922Craigiebuckler War MemorialCraigiebuckler AberdeenScotland 
Item 361 of 392c. 1922Cults War MemorialCults AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 362 of 392c. 1922Drumoak War MemorialDrumoak AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 363 of 392c. 1922Fochabers War MemorialFochabers MorayshireScotland 
Item 364 of 392c. 1922Gordon Castle War MemorialFochabers MorayshireScotland 
Item 365 of 392c. 1922Nairn War MemorialNairn NairnshireScotland 
Item 366 of 3921923177 Queen's Road  AberdeenScotland 
Item 367 of 3921923Chelsea Hospital for Women, nurses homeChelsea LondonEngland 
Item 368 of 3921923Lewis War Memorial LewisRoss and CromartyScotland 
Item 369 of 3921924Concert PavilionBournemouth HampshireEngland 
Item 370 of 3921924Coull HouseAboyne AberdeenshireScotlandFurther work?
Item 371 of 3921924Dunecht House (including chapel)Echt AberdeenshireScotlandTower, lodges, boathouse
Item 372 of 3921924The Leys School, Sports PavilionCambridge CambridgeshireEngland 
Item 373 of 3921924University of Aberdeen, Women Students' Union  AberdeenScotland 
Item 374 of 3921924Village Institute    Design by the London office
Item 375 of 3921925King's College, Forestry Department  AberdeenScotland 
Item 376 of 3921926Huntly Parish ChurchHuntly AberdeenshireScotlandProposal for new tower - only partly built
Item 377 of 3921926Huntly Parish Church HallHuntly AberdeenshireScotlandDesign for hall - only partly built; formed part of more ambitious scheme for both church and hall with tower made c.1913-14
Item 378 of 3921926King's College, Elphinstone Hall  AberdeenScotland 
Item 379 of 3921926St Machar's CathedralOld Aberdeen AberdeenScotlandRestoration
Item 380 of 3921926St Mary's Episcopal Church  AberdeenScotlandNew porch and font
Item 381 of 3921928Kemnay Parish ChurchKemnay AberdeenshireScotlandReconstruction
Item 382 of 3921928Knappach HouseCrathes AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 383 of 3921929Banchory Devenick ChurchBanchory Devenick KincardineshireScotlandRestoration
Item 384 of 3921929CanmoreBraemar AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 385 of 3921929St Mary's Parish ChurchMonymusk AberdeenshireScotlandRestoration of Priory church
Item 386 of 3921930Britannic Assurance Buildings  AberdeenScotland 
Item 387 of 3921930Fodderty Parish Church, War Memorial ArchFodderty Ross and CromartyScotlandWith Donald Matheson
Item 388 of 3921930Mortlach Parish ChurchDufftown BanffshireScotlandRestoration
Item 389 of 3921930Strathpeffer War Memorial gatewayStrathpeffer Ross and CromartyScotland 
Item 390 of 3921930Woodside North Church  AberdeenScotland 
Item 391 of 3921931Kintore Church HallKintore AberdeenshireScotland 
Item 392 of 392Early 1932Capitol Cinema  AberdeenScotland 


Bibliographic References

The following books contain references to this architect:
Item 1 of 5Bailey, Rebecca M1996Scottish architects' papers: a source book Edinburgh: The Rutland Pressp97
Item 2 of 5Gifford, John1980Architects of the Highlands in the Nineteenth Century, A SketchNo 7, September 1980, pp29-48The Scottish Georgian Society Bulletin, Edinburgh, 1980pp37-39
Item 3 of 5Gray, A Stuart1985Edwardian Architecture: A Biographical Dictionary  pp248-249
Item 4 of 5Lippe, William1979The Scottish baronial house in Aberdeenshire of the Mackenzies and James Matthews The Robert Gordon University post graduate dissertation 
Item 5 of 5Watson, W H A Marshall Mackenzie, architect in Aberdeen   

Periodical References

The following periodicals contain references to this architect:
 Periodical NameDateEditionPublisherNotes
Item 1 of 11Aberdeen Press and Journal5 May 1933  Obituary
Item 2 of 11Aberdeen Press and Journal21 March 1963  AGR
Item 3 of 11Architect and Builder's Journal14 June 1916  p252, Gilbert Marshall Mackenzie
Item 4 of 11Builder4 March 1932  George obituary
Item 5 of 11Builder12 May 1933  Obituary
Item 6 of 11Builder2 September 1949  Wigglesworth
Item 7 of 11RIAS Quarterly1933 Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) (Autumn)
Item 8 of 11RIBA Journal6 May 1916 London: Royal Institute of British ArchitectsGilbert Marshall Mackenzie p226
Item 9 of 11RIBA Journal20 May 1916 London: Royal Institute of British ArchitectsGilbert Marshall Mackenzie p243
Item 10 of 11RIBA Journal30 April 1932 London: Royal Institute of British ArchitectsGeorge obituary
Item 11 of 11RIBA JournalDecember 1949v57London: Royal Institute of British Architectsp72 - obituary of Wigglesworth

Archive References

The following archives hold material relating to this architect:
 SourceArchive NameSource Catalogue No.Notes
Item 1 of 2Professor David M Walker personal archiveProfessor David M Walker, notes and collection of archive material Personal information from: Mrs AGR Mackenzie; John G Marr; Ian G Lindsay; Robert W R Mackenzie (of Perth); Mrs Isobel Adams (nee Gordon), Broughty Ferry ('Dr Marshall Mackenzie's quine'); David Stokes (interview with Charles McKean on 17 December 1985).
Item 2 of 2RIBA Archive, Victoria & Albert MuseumRIBA Nomination Papers F v12 p127 (microfiche 116/D5)


© All rights reserved. Courtesy of Jim Fiddes. From the Bon Accord and Northern Pictorial.   

© All rights reserved. Courtesy of Jim Fiddes. From the Bon Accord and Northern Pictorial.

© All rights reserved. Courtesy of Alasdair Gordon 

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© All rights reserved. A M Mackenzie and his wife on the occasion of their golden wedding.  Courtesy of Alasdair Gordon.   

© All rights reserved. A M Mackenzie and his wife on the occasion of their golden wedding. Courtesy of Alasdair Gordon.