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INTRODUCTION. Vll assumedthetitleofKingsofErraghael(a corruptionofSar-gael).FromthisGod- freythefamilyofMacdonaldislineally descended*. Anoldmanuscript,namedLober. A genealogical and historical account of the family of Macdonald of Sanda () A genealogical and historical account of the Maitland family. Compiled from charters, deeds, parish registers, wills, and Seller Rating: % positive. [With plates.] () An account, historical and genealogical, from the earliest days till the present time, of the family of Vance in Ireland, Vans in Scotland () An essay on the origine of the royal family of . View book: Macdonald: Genealogical and historical account of the family of Macdonald of Sanda London: T. Davison, [?]. McDonald family: View book: Macdonnell: Historical account of the .
Scottish Family History. 70 The House of Moncrieff. [With plates, illustrations and genealogical tables.] A genealogical and historical account of the Maitland family. Compiled from charters, deeds, parish registers, wills, and other authentic evidences A genealogical and historical account of the family of Macdonald of Sanda . Alasdair Mac Colla Chiotaich MacDhòmhnaill (c. – 13 November ), also known by the English variant of his name Sir Alexander MacDonald, was a military officer best known for his participation in Born: , Colonsay, Hebrides, Scotland. There were four generations of Andrew Lothian Macdonald starting with No.1 born in , his youngest son born in and not as he put up his age to go to the Crimean War and . An Index to Family Histories Deposited at the Scottish Genealogy Society as at 5th May Notes taken from Northern Notes & Queries. Tree of the family of Stirling, Cameron and Strarudie in Fife. A .
Lord Cushendun’s account of the McNeills and his family’s claims on Lossit and Ugadale Submitted by Everett Kivette Antiquities of Killean and Kilkenzie By The Late Rev. D. J. Macdonald, Killean Cover . Glensanda (Old Norse, the glen of the sandy river) was a Viking settlement at the mouth of Glen Sanda on the Morvern peninsula within south west Lochaber, overlooking the Isle of Lismore and Loch Civil parish: Ardgour. The ancestors of Norman Bethune () traced back to the Bethunes of Skye, leading members of the MacBeth/Beaton medical dynasty. published An Historical and Genealogical Account of the. The family became physicians to the kings of Scots when in Robert II confirmed a grant of lands in Melness and Hope in Sutherland to an early MacBeth, Ferchard Leiche, who was styled ‘medicus noster’ In the king made him a further grant of the islands of Jura (now Oldany), Calwa, Sanda .