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The baronage of Angus and Mearns, comprising the genealogy of three hundred and sixty families ... being a guide to the tourist and heraldic artist

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t THE BARONAGE\
ANDANGUS MEARNS.
COMPBISING. THE
GENEALOGY OP THREE HUNDRED AND SIXTY FAMILIES CURIOUS ANEC-
DOTESDESCRIPTIONS OP CLAN TARTANS, BADGES, SLOGANS,
AND SEATS ANCIENT &c.ARMORY, SCULPTURES,
BEING A GUIDE TO THE
TOUEIST AND HEKALDIG ARTIST.
BY DAVID MicGREGOK PETER
"
here the ofthe bandNote, briefly, symbols
Who Scotland in victoriousguarded fields,
And shed their blood for their nativeproud land,
rich honours for their household shields."Gaining
M.S. date Sir D.[Emblazoned (of 1542) of Lindsay, Lyon King ofArms.]
" HERALDRY that science fromlordly which will continue to receive honour and esteem
the while there remains one of ormany, ancient and illustrious birth one noblemanfamily
in Britain." Sir Peel.gentleman Life of Robert
EDINBURGH:
OLIVER & TWEEDALE COURT,BOYD,
MONTROSE ALEX. HIGH STREET.
; RODGERS,
MDCCCLVI cs
477
MONTROSE :
PR1KTED BY ALEX. HIGH STREET.RODGEES, TO THE
NOBILITY AND GENTKY
OF
ANGUS AND MEAKNS,
THIS VOLUME
IS
MOST RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED, PREFACE.
" a Book toWho thinks perfect see,
Thinks that which never nor nor e'er canwas, be.''is,
uTHE Author of this Maiden Volume deems")(his
u
it to remark that he is a kind of cosmo-proper
and much of it has beenpolite," consequently
amidst incoiiveniencies Musis immicapenned many
turbo, which will account for its defectsperhaps
ain He has for series ofcomposition. lengthened
""his leisure hours to the ofdevotedyears study
the and of the countieshistory, antiquities heraldry,
of and Mearns in and ...
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t THE BARONAGE\ ANDANGUS MEARNS. COMPBISING. THE GENEALOGY OP THREE HUNDRED AND SIXTY FAMILIES CURIOUS ANEC- DOTESDESCRIPTIONS OP CLAN TARTANS, BADGES, SLOGANS, AND SEATS ANCIENT &c.ARMORY, SCULPTURES, BEING A GUIDE TO THE TOUEIST AND HEKALDIG ARTIST. BY DAVID MicGREGOK PETER " here the ofthe bandNote, briefly, symbols Who Scotland in victoriousguarded fields, And shed their blood for their nativeproud land, rich honours for their household shields."Gaining M.S. date Sir D.[Emblazoned (of 1542) of Lindsay, Lyon King ofArms.] " HERALDRY that science fromlordly which will continue to receive honour and esteem the while there remains one of ormany, ancient and illustrious birth one noblemanfamily in Britain." Sir Peel.gentleman Life of Robert EDINBURGH: OLIVER & TWEEDALE COURT,BOYD, MONTROSE ALEX. HIGH STREET. ; RODGERS, MDCCCLVI cs 477 MONTROSE : PR1KTED BY ALEX. HIGH STREET.RODGEES, TO THE NOBILITY AND GENTKY OF ANGUS AND MEAKNS, THIS VOLUME IS MOST RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED, PREFACE. " a Book toWho thinks perfect see, Thinks that which never nor nor e'er canwas, be.''is, uTHE Author of this Maiden Volume deems")(his u it to remark that he is a kind of cosmo-proper and much of it has beenpolite," consequently amidst incoiiveniencies Musis immicapenned many turbo, which will account for its defectsperhaps ain He has for series ofcomposition. lengthened ""his leisure hours to the ofdevotedyears study the and of the countieshistory, antiquities heraldry, of and Mearns in and he nowAngus particular, lays ofbefore the the result what has been to himpublic re-a most labour to beagreeable merely hoping warded with such a share of aspublic patronage, in some measure re-imburse him theformay he has been at in the course of inexpense years "u collection and of the materials.the sifting heTo the and of both counties,Nobility Gentry the kindnessto return his thanks forbegs grateful PREFACE.VI have shown him and for the readi-they personally, ness with which to his desires forthey responded information from their &c. Thefamily papers, such as it is withoffered the humblevolume, is, that it be and and ashope may useful, amusing the author's mite to the historical of histreasury native district and a to the cabinet of Scottish ; page Heraldry. D. MAcG. PETER, DECEMBER 1855. INDEX. PagePage of Strachan 22ofFanno 1Adam, anciently Baron, formerly of Mathers 2 Baxter of 23 lately Balgavies of Cairnie 3 ofKincaldrum 24Aikman, anciently of ... 24of Tarrie 3Aiken, Bethune, anciently Melgundformerly 4 Black of Shetland 25Allardice of that ancientIlk, Kergord, ofof New Dunotter 5 BlaikieAllardice, Craigiebuckler, &c.,lately Aberdeenshireof Portlethen 5 25Aldjo Allen of Blair of ofPerthshire 6Errol, Balthayock, anciently of Bearhill ... 6 26Anderson, formerly Balgilloch (now Hallyburton) ofAnderson ofFawside 7 Boath, anciently Balinbride, Andson of now Panbride365 26Friockheim, Appendix of Findhaven 8 Bower of ancient ... 27Kincaldrum,Annand, anciently of Keithockof Balna- 27Arbuthnott, Bowie, formerlyCarnegy, moon 8 Bowman of 27Ashinyards, Ayrshire Hon. of Hatton... 10 of Laurieston 28Arbuthnott, H., Brand, formerly 11 ofThe Burn 28of Duninald Brodie,Arkley formerly Arnott of Leithfield 12 Brodie of 368Brodie, Elginshire, Ap. ...Brown of Perthshire 30Lochton, of 13 Sir C.B 31Baclenoch, formerly Whiteriggs Burnes, Alexander, Badenoch of Arthurhouse 13 Burness ofAuchnacree 32 of Aberdeenshive... 33Bailie of Lanarkshire 13Lamington, Byres Tonley, Bairnsfather of Dunbarrow 14 of Billhead 34Byrse 14BairdofUry an-See also 366 Cairncross ofAppendix Balmashanner, of Tannaclice 15 cient 35Balfour-Ogilvy See also 366 CalderofthatllkandGlamis ... 35Appendix ofBalnewis of that ancient 17Ilk, Callancler-Campbell Ardking- late of and 38Barclay-Allardice, Ury lass, Argyleshire ofAllardice 17 Cameron of Fassifern, formerly or of 39ArthurstonBarclay Berkely Mathers, ancient 20 Sir ofStracathro 41James,Campbell, vni INDEX. Page Page ofof Blackball 42 Inchmarlo 75Douglas, latelyCampbell Dow of ancientof 43 75Cant, formerly Arnhall,Glendye of Southesk 44 ofEarl 76Carnegie, Drummond, lately Drumtochty alsoSee 369 Duff of M.P 77Appendix Careston, of Careston or Duff of Fetteresso 79Carnegy, anciently Carraklston 48 Duff of 80Orton, Elginshire and Bart.of 48 Duke, Sir Knt.Carnegy Craigo James, of Lour and M.P 80Watson,Carnegie, Turin 49 Duncan of Parkhill 82 ofKedhall 51 Duruard of ancient ... 82Carnegie Lintrathen, of Pitarrow of ...Ruthrieston 83Carnegie, Fullarton, Duthie, formerly and Charleton 51 of Aldbar 62Chalmers Eccles of that Ilk and an-Ouras, ,. Sir of cientChalmc- Glenericht, 84\Vm., Perthshire 54 of Keithockformerly 84Edgar, of Collision 55 Edward of 85Chaplin Balruddery Chishohn of ancient 55 ofPitcur, Charlton 86Eglinton, lately Chisholm of Inverness- ofDunChisholm, 87Erskine, Kennedy, shiro 56 Erskine of Balhall 89 of 57 of Linlathen 90Clayhills Invergowrie Collniss of ancient ... 58Balnamoon, of Laws 59 Fairn or Fearn of ancient ... 90Colville, lately Nig, Constable of 59 Fairweather of Baludderon 91Craigie Crammond of ancient ... 60 Lord 91Auldbar, HaulkertonFalconer, Crichton of Rut ancient of Phesdo 92liven, 60 formerly of ofCrockatt, 61 or thatanciently Flemington Falsyde Fawsyde Ilk, Crombio of Thornton 61 ancient 93 Cruikshank of Park 62 of 94Langley Farquhar Hallgreen ofKeithock 63 See also 370Appendix of Stracathro . . 63 of 94Cruiksliank, lately Farquhar Pitscandly of Baldovie and Bal-Farquharson of ... 64 four 96Dalgairns, lately Balgavies ofDavidson Inchmarlo 64 Fenton of ancient 98Baiky, ofDunnichen 66 of Easter ancient... 98Dempster, Hawkins, Ogill, Deuchar of that ancient 67 of Perthshire 99Ilk, Woodhill,Ferguson of Aberdeen-Dick of Pitkerro 69 Pitfour, Dickson of Little 369 shire 99Keithock, Ap. - of ...of Brucklaw Kintrocket 100Furrier, formerlyDingwall Fordyce Fiddes of ancient 101and Mathers 69 Fiddes, of Cookston 70 of Ballinshoe... 101Fletcher,Doig, formerly formerly of 71 of &c 103Forbes, anciently Findhaven,Douglas Brigton of 71 Bart, ofGleubervie Stuart, Pitsligo of ancient ... 74 and Fettercairn 104Douglas Tihvhillie,