Mackenzie, George Augustus Frederick Stewart- (1824–52), youngest son of James Alexander Stewart-Mackenzie.
Mackenzie, Louisa Caroline Stewart- (afterwards Baring, 1827–1903), Lady Ashburton, art collector and philanthropist. Married (1858) William Bingham Baring, 2nd Baron Ashburton. In AB–3, AB–4, AB-5, AB–6.
Mackenzie, Mary Elizabeth Frederica Stewart- (1783–1862), Lady Hood, chief of clan Mackenzie. In AB-3, AB-4.
Mackenzie, Mary Wood (née Wood, 1800–90), artist, the younger sister of Margaret Egerton Smith (née Wood), and aunt of Mary Egerton Bracken, Ann Egerton Smith, and Margaret Egerton Castle. RB took art lessons from her. In AB-4, AB-5.
Mackenzie, Robert Shelton (1809–80), writer and journal editor.
Maclise, Daniel (bapt. 1806–70), painter. In AB-2.
Macpherson, James (1736–96), writer.
Macpherson, Louisa Gerardine (“Geddie”), (née Bate, 1829–78), biographer and book illustrator. In AB-1, AB-4.
Macpherson, Robert (1814–72), photographer and painter.
Macready, Catherine Frances (née Atkins, 1806–52), wife of William Charles Macready.
Macready, Letitia Margaret (1794–1858), sister of William Charles Macready.
Macready, William (“Willie”) Charles (1832–71), the dedicatee of RB’s “The Pied Piper of Hamlin.” In AB–2.
Macready, William Charles (1793–1873), actor and theatre manager. In AB-2, AB-4. See biographical sketch.
Maddox, Mary (1793–1865), Ledbury dressmaker and seamstress to Moulton-Barretts.
Madiai, Francesco (1805–68), imprisoned by Italian government following his conversion to Protestantism.
Madiai, Rosa (née Pulini, 1796–1871), wife of Francesco Madiai. Imprisoned by Italian government following her conversion to Protestantism.
Mahony, Francis Sylvester (1804–66), (pseud. “Father Prout”), Catholic priest, satiric poet, and journalist. In AB-1, AB-2, AB-3, AB-4.
Margary, Emma (née Russell, formerly Monro, 1820–92), sister of Sir William and Jane Russell, friends of the Barrett family.
Mario, Jessie Jane Meriton (née White, 1832–1906), journalist and advocate of Italian unity. In AB-3, AB-4. See biographical sketch.
Marlowe, Christopher (ca. 1564–93), poet and playwright.
Marryat, Frederick (1792–1848), naval officer and novelist.