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Armigerous Clans: List of Crest Badges Used by Scottish Clan Members, Clan Macaulay, Clan Macfie, Clan Douglas, Clan MacFarlane, Clan Gu

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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: List of Crest Badges Used by Scottish Clan Members, Clan Macaulay, Clan Macfie, Clan Douglas, Clan Macfarlane, Clan Gunn, Clan Stewart of Appin, Clan Duncan, Clan Strachan, Clan Logan, Clan Macrae, Clan Tweedie, Clan Maciver, Clan Turnbull, Clan Buchanan, Clan Macinnes, Clan Muir, Clan Cunningham, Clan Mccorquodale, Clan ...

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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: List of Crest Badges Used by Scottish Clan Members, Clan Macaulay, Clan Macfie, Clan Douglas, Clan Macfarlane, Clan Gunn, Clan Stewart of Appin, Clan Duncan, Clan Strachan, Clan Logan, Clan Macrae, Clan Tweedie, Clan Maciver, Clan Turnbull, Clan Buchanan, Clan Macinnes, Clan Muir, Clan Cunningham, Clan Mccorquodale, Clan Macgillivray, Clan Maclellan, Clan Galbraith, Clan Crawford, Clan Macewen, Clan Maxwell, Clan Armstrong, Clan Wood, Clan Macqueen, Clan Macquarrie, Clan Pollock, Clan Anderson, Clan Spalding, Clan Macduff, Clan Seton, Clan Campbell of Cawdor, Clan Blackadder, Clan Schaw, Clan Forrester, Clan Craig, Clan Bissett, Clan Kirkpatrick, Clan Boswell, Clan Mackie, Clan Houston, Clan Kinninmont, Clan Innes, Clan Ged, Clan Maxton, Clan Walkinshaw, Clan Calder, Clan Kelly, Clan Cairns, Clan Fenton, Clan Straiton, Armigerous Clan, Clan Stuart of Bute. Excerpt: An armigerous clan refers to a Scottish clan , family or name which is registered with the Court of the Lord Lyon and once had a chief who bore undifferenced arms , but does not have a chief currently recognized as such by Lyon Court . Before 1745 all chiefs had arms; however, not all of these are recorded in the Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland , which was only established in 1672. In Scottish heraldry undifferenced arms are only held by chiefs or heads of clans, families, or names. A clan is considered a "noble incorporation" because a clan chief is a title of honour in Scotland and the chief confers his or her noble status onto the clan. Because armigerous clans do not have such chiefs, they are not recognised as noble communities and have no legal standing under Scots law . See also (online edition) A hyperlinked version of this chapter is at item Clan Anderson item Chief item Anderson of Ardb...

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  • ISBN-13: 9781155546650
  • Publisher: General Books LLC
  • Publication date: 5/5/2010
  • Pages: 88
  • Product dimensions: 7.44 (w) x 9.69 (h) x 0.18 (d)

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