ABERIGH-MACKAY, [Patty] Mary Livingston

1874 - 1952

Mary Livingston Aberigh-Mackay was born at Bellari, Delhi, India on 4 November 1874 and baptised on 8 January 1875, eldest of the four daughters of George Robert Aberigh-Mackay (25 July 1848–12 January 1881), Anglo-Indian writer and professor of English literature at Delhi College and Principal of the Rajkumar College Indore, and his wife Mary Anne Louisa née Cherry (18 October 1852-30 June 1921), who married at Simla, Bengal on 13 October 1873 and who died at Falkland House, Long Melford, Suffolk. Mary, known as Patty, studied at the Royal Female School of Art, where she won the Clothworker's Scholarship in 1899 and in 1901, a 25-year-old art teacher at Ladies Residential Chambers, Chenies Street, St Giles-in-the-Fields and St George Bloomsbury, London. After sketching in the Kashmir Valley, as Patty A MacKay, she exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1906. In 1925, Mary Livingston Aberigh MacKay, when living at Woodhouse Farm, Great Horkesley, Essex had a receiving order made against her. Mary Livingston Aberigh-Mackay was later living at Westgate Terrace, Long Melford and died at Ballingdon Grove, Sudbury, Suffolk on 15 January 1952, aged 78, she was unmarried.

Royal Academy Exhibits
from Falkland House, Long Melford, Suffolk
1906 1014 Evelyn - watercolour

Works by This Artist