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The West of Scotland in History: Being Brief Notes Concerning Events, Family Tradition, Topography and Institutions
Media: DATA CD - 1 CD (367 pages)
Author: J. Irving
Originally written as a series of independently standing articles, these essays present studies of families or events which took place in "the west of Scotland." Among the families are: Corehouse and the Cranstouns, Auchinleck and the Boswells, the Mures of Caldwell, Cathcart and Its Earls, the Steuarts of Coltness and Allanton, Andrew Stuart of Torrance and Castlemilk, Carnwath and the Lockharts of Lee, Dalrymple and the Stairs, Keburne, Hawkhead and the Earls of Glasgow (Boyle), Dundonald and Its Earls, Coilsfield and the Montgomerys, the Lockharts of Milton-Lockhart, Ardgowan, the Stewarts and Shaw-Stewarts, Pollock and the Maxwells, the MacGregors and the Colquhouns, the Grahams of Montrose, Cumbernauld House and the Flemmings, the Spreulls of Glasgow, and the Fullartons of Fullarton.
There are a wide range of articles included as well on such topics as Queen Mary, Renfrewshire witches, Galloway, the Herries peerage case, St. Columbia, and the Scots.
This CD consists of scans of the original book, which can be browsed, enlarged and printed if required. Please note: it is not searchable.
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