aberdeen scotland clans

[62] [from Latin: "He rouses us with song"]. [314], Motto: SANS PEUR. [97] [from Latin: "Boldly and rightly"]. [189] [from Scottish Gaelic: "To conquer or die"]. [173] [from Latin: "I open locked hearts"]. [84] ["Wisely if sincerely"]. Family motto Buaidh no bas (To conquer or die). Badge: bracken,[36] or fern[64], Motto: JAMAIS ARRIRE. When Mary, Queen of Scots transferred the Earldom of Moray which had been given to Huntly to her half brother Lord James Stewart, Huntly retreated to Aberdeenshire, but with Marys half-brother continually plotting against him in October, 1562, was eventually forced to fight at Corrichie, outside Aberdeen. [7] [from Latin: "By wisdom not force"][7], Seat: Lochnaw Castle, Dumfries and Galloway, Motto: RUPTO ROBORE NATI Latin: "We are born in a weak condition"], Motto: PRO PATRIA SAEPE PRO REGE SEMPER [from Latin: "For country often, for King always"], Seat: Dolphinstone Castle (ruin), Jedburgh[8], Motto: DECERPTAE DABUNT ODORUM ["Roses plucked will give sweet smell"], Motto: STAND SURE as witnessed by armorial stones at Westerton, Banffshire dated 1664 and Botriphnie dated 1671; also by grant of Lord Lyon 20 March 1992 book 73, folio 78 to David Alexander Richard Waterton-Anderson. Motto: HAUD ULLIS LABENTIA VENTIS. [237], Motto: IN ARDUA TENDIT. At the Clan Battle fought on the North Inch of Perth in 1396, the hero of the fight was the Gobha Chrom the crooked smith said to be small in stature, bandy legged, but fierce he together with nine members of the Clan Chattan were all that remained alive when the battle was over. [171], Motto:Concedo nulli or Fidei coticula crux, Motto: CORDA SERRATA PANDO. [204] [212] In 1653, the 9th Earl of Glencairn raised an army in support of Charles II. Badge: red whortleberry, bearberry[36] or boxwood[64], Motto: FORTIS ET FIDUS. By the 1700s the Clan Chief of the Johnstones had been elevated even further, from the rank of Lord to Earl of Annadale and Secretary of State. The Lord of the Isles had its own parliament and at one time was powerful enough to challenge the kings of Scotland. [16], Motto: DOMINUS FECIT. [2], Motto: PETIT ALTA. The change of name can be dated to the fourth chief of Clann Dhonnchaidh, Robert Riabhach (Grizzled) Duncanson. Badge: rosemary[36], Motto: NON INFERIORA SECUTUS. Bonnie Prince Charlie even landed in Clanranald territory in 1745, and it was Flora MacDonald who helped him escape to Skye after his crushing defeat at the Battle of Culloden the following year. Badge: club moss[36], Motto: NON OBLITUS. The MacDougalls built Ardchattan Priory near to Oban in Argyll, and the clan chiefs were buried there until the early 1700s. Badge: cumin plant[36], Motto: ABSQZ ["absque"], or METU ["Without fear"], Motto: SAPIENTER SI SINCERE. Motto: IMPERAT AEQUOR ["He rules the sea"], Motto: TEAGHLACH PHABBAY. [300], Motto: HAZARD YET FORWARD ON Badge: A sprig of oak[332].

[180] ["Boldly"]. Badge: variegated holly or deer's grass (heath club rush)[36], Innes of Learney claimed that heath club rush ('deer's grass') may be confused with club moss ('staghorn moss'). [290] [139], Motto: DAT GLORIA VIRES ["A good name gives strength"], Seat: Newliston House, Kirkliston, Lothian, Motto: CANDOR DAT VIRIBUS ALAS ["Sincerity gives wings to strength. [31], Motto: CONFIDO. He was the first Colonel of the Scots Greys, the regiment that defeated the Covenanters at the Battle of Rullion Green. [102] [from Latin: "By fidelity and fortitude"]. Kellie Castle, the family's previous home was burnt down by the Covenanters and Haddo House, designed by William Adam, dates from 1732. Family motto Accendit cantu (He excites us with song). After the restoration of the monarchy he was created Lord Newark. [267] Family motto In ardua petit (He aims at difficult things). [36], Motto: LABORA. Motto: CAVE ADSUM. In the 12th century, the lands of Kilmaurs in Ayrshire were granted to a Norman named Warnebald, whose descendants adopted the territorial name Cunningham. [58] [41] [from Scottish Gaelic: "Unite"]. Stout Duncan was a minor land-owner and clan chief in Highland Perthshire in the early 1300s.

Cockburn: The Cockburns are a Border Clan. [325] [from Latin: "For liberty"]. [239] [325], Motto: FAMILIAS FIRMAT PIETAS ["Religion strengthens families"], Motto: INSPERATA FLORUIT ["It has flourished beyond expectation"], Motto: INDUSTRIA DITAT ["Industry enriches"], Motto: NON DEGENER. Badge: Scots fir, red whortleberry,[36] or foxglove. [240], Motto: ET CUSTOS ET PUGNAX. Later Leslies took up the career of professional soldiering, fighting in Germany, France and Sweden. [207] [from Latin: "Fortune assists the daring"]. [136] [112][From French: "I am ready"]. [327] [From Latin: "Not degenerate"]. Badge: broom[36], Motto: AT SPES INFRACTA. 2010 Galloglas Films Ltd, All rights reserved. Badge: bull rush[64], Motto: HUC TENDIMUS OMNES ["We all strive for this"], Motto: AUDACTER ET STRENUE. [106] ["God for us"], Motto: GRACE ME GUIDE. [234], Motto: CONSILIO ET ANIMIS. [284] [from Latin: "My wishes are above the stars"]. [22], Motto: PRO PATRIA. Badge: wallflower,[36] or gillyflower[103], Motto: PRO LIBERTATE. He was created Duke of Albany and in 1565 he married Queen Mary, who had him proclaimed King of Scotland. [18], Motto: NEC CITO NEC TARDE. When the wearing of tartan was outlawed after the 1745 Jacobite rebellion, clansmen wore their clan's plant badge as an act of defiance and identification. [42] It is unclear why Dugald did this, but it could be that he considered the two names interchangeable, perhaps through distant ancestral links. He was prominent in the assignation of Rizzio, and joined forces against Mary Queen of Scots. [216] He was especially renowned for his reels and strathspeys and many of his own compositions remain popular to the present day. [167], Motto: ENDURE FORT. Renowned for their size and strength, the Hendersons became the personal body guards of the chief of the Clan MacDonald of Glencoe and suffered the consequences of this in 1692 at the bloody Massacre of Glencoe. The name derives from the Saxon cuinneag meaning milk pail along with ham meaning village. [15] Although a much earlier origin of the name is thought to derive from the Gaelic dubhghlais meaning black water. [87] [250] [from Latin: "Brave in difficulty"]. The Gordons, have occupied this site for over 500 years. The 7th Laird of Merchsiton, John Napier, (1550-1617) is famous for inventing a hydraulic screw for clearing coal pits of water, a calculating machine, a battle tank or two, and the system of logarithms that so revolutionised mathematics. The colony was in a critical condition when he arrived, but under his wise government the colony prospered. Family motto Dieu pour nous (God for us). [84] [96] [From Latin: "I trust"]. The Gordon Highlanders took its name from the Clan Gordon and recruited principally from Aberdeen and the North-East of Scotland. [88] [from French: "Never behind"]. Standing where the River Bogie meets the Deveron, on the outskirts of the market town of Huntly, the castle is now a ruin. His son Archibald accompanied James VI to London in 1603 when he became king of England. He won the Battle of Stirling Bridge and drove the English garrisons out of Scotland, but was defeated at Falkirk in 1298. [205] Fletcher: The name originates from the French fleche meaning arrow. [252] [from Latin: "I aspire to greater things"]. Supporters of Mary Queen of Scots, the Hays rejected the Reformation. [272][from Latin: "Boldly and readily"]. [From Latin: "Yielding Under No Winds"]. Badge: boxwood, or red whortleberry[36], Motto: PER MARE PER TERRAS. Badge: common heath (Scots heather)[36], Motto: PER MARE PER TERRAS. [164] ["I shall stand"]. Badge: juniper,[36] or roseroot[103], Motto: STO PRO VERITATE. [190], Motto: DEUS JUVAT.

[156] [63] [187] ["By sea and land"]. [241], Motto: FAC ET SPERA. Baird: From the 13th century this surname has been associated with Lanarkshire and also with the Aberdeen and Banff regions. [293]["Virtue without stain"]. [189] Female clan chiefs, chieftains, or the wives of clan chiefs normally wear a tartan sash pinned at their left shoulder. The Bruces held important lordships in the north of England and a branch of the family settled in Annandale in the 12th century. [127] [from Latin: Either peace or war"]. John was found guilty and on October 30 was beheaded in the Castlegate, with Queen Mary watching. Badge: common heath (Scots heather)[36], Motto: MY HOPE IS CONSTANT IN THEE. The Roses were supporters of Robert the Bruce, and it was Sir William Rose in 1306 that captured Invernairn Castle for him during the Scottish Wars of Independence.

[275] [from Latin: "By faith and trust"]. Badge: spurge laurel[36], Motto: CRAIG ELACHIE. Huntly was heavily outnumbered and he died after the battle. [233], Motto: DEO JUVANTE INVIDIAM SUPERABO. Wallace: The Wallace family originates from the Scottish Lowland area of Strathclyde, near to Glasgow. [41] [29], Seat: Barony of Binning, in the parish of Uphall, West Lothian, Motto: ABSCISSA VIRESCIT ["That torn down re-grows"], Seat: Old Tulliallan Castle, Kincardine, Fife, Motto: AMO PROBOS ["I love the virtuous"], Motto: QUI CONDUCIT. [270] [from French: "Provide for all"]. The family still retains that title, giving them precedence in Scotland second only to the royal family. [14] [from Latin: "I remain unvanquished"]. [203], Motto: MANU FORTI. He later scripted the film, which starred Alex Guinness and John Mills. During the Civil War, the Clan Johnstone supported the Royalist cause of King Charles. Badge: yew[36], Motto: JE SUIS PREST. In 1648 the Duke led a Scottish Army into England, but was defeated at the Battle of Preston by the troops of Oliver Cromwell. [243] [293], Motto: DISSIPATE. [306], Motto: SI DEUS QUIS CONTRA. Badge: common club moss[36], Motto: FURTH FORTUNE AND FILL THE FETTERS. [63] [from French: "If i can"]. 541543. He commanded an expedition to the Cape of Good Hope in 1805. [204] [from Latin: "With a strong hand"]. [141] [58] [from Latin: "I am fierce with the fierce"]. Family motto Jamais arrire (Never behind). Badge: broom or holly[36], Motto: REVIRESCO. [253] ["Upon hope"]. [71], Motto: COURAGE.

The following is a list of Scottish clans with and without chiefs. He was the father of the future King James VI and I. The full trial of the Huntly corpse, the story behind the ballad The Bonnie Earl of Moray and the 6th Earl of Huntlys relationship with King James VI is filled with intrigue, romance and murder.

[239] ["He has attempted difficult things"]. [246], Motto: VIL GOD I SAL. Robert Burns visited Gordon Castle on his tour of the Highlands and commemorated the visit in his song Castle Gordon. [245], Motto: VI ET ANIMO ["By strength and courage"], Motto: DENIQUE COELUM. [193] ["I grow strong again"]. [228] [326] [from Latin: "Not unworthy"]. [243] ["Do and hope"]. [91] ["In readiness"]. Badge: oak[36] or Thistle[citation needed], Motto: NON TIMEO SED CAVEO. For his support of King Charles I, the third Marquess was created a Duke in 1643. [177] ["Love endures delays"]. [184] As eldest son, Dougal inherited his fathers lands in Argyll and Lorn, as well as the islands of Mull, Jura, Tiree and Lismore. Admiral Sir Pulteney Malcolm entered the Royal Navy in 1778, and in 1798 captured three Spanish gunboats in Manila Bay. Alex Leslie, 1st Earl of Leven, served in the Swedish Army for 30 years. Thomas de Dalziel swore allegiance to King Edward I of England in 1296, but later, appears to have changed sides and fought alongside King Robert the Bruce at Bannockburn. Badge: furze[36], Motto: HOLD FAST. Family motto Pro Libertate (For liberty). [230] Badge: pine (Scots fir), or cranberry[36], Motto: TOUCH NOT A CATT BOT A TARGE. Robert later became Lord Great Chamberlain of Scotland 1350 1357. In 1633, King Charles I rewarded this loyalty by granting the title of lordship to the Johnstone chief. Badge: boxwood or red whortleberry[36], Motto: FORTITUDINE. Badge: pine (Scots Fir) or St John's wort (St. Columba's flower)[36], Motto: TOUCH NOT THE CAT BOT A GLOVE. [309] [39] His three volumes of short stories, largely featuring Private McAuslan, the Dirtiest Soldier in the World, were based on his time with the regiment. [192] [215] [from Scottish Gaelic: "Hill of Fire"], Motto: VIRTUE MINE HONOUR. While Commander-in-Chief of the St.Helena Station, 1816-17, he won the warm regard of Napoleon. Gordon Castle, at Gight near Fochabers was built in 1789 for Alexander 4th Duke of Gordon as a new seat for the Gordon chief. He was knighted by King Gustavus Adolphos of Sweden in 1606, and appointed Field Marshall some years later. In most cases, both crest and motto are derived from the crest and motto of the chief's coat of arms. [238] ["Without end"]. Henry Stewart, Lord Darnley (1545 1567) was the second son of the Earl of Lennox. Badge: trailing azalea[36], Motto: BUAIDH NO BAS. [304], Motto: COMMIT THY WORK TO GOD. Seat: Lochnell Castle, Argyllshire, Motto: ACCENDIT CANTU. Family motto Per mare per terras (By sea and by land), also My hope is constant in thee. [140] [from Latin: "The Lord has given"]. The crest badges used by members of Scottish clans are based upon armorial bearings recorded by the Lord Lyon King of Arms in the Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland. However, much like clan tartans, Scottish crest badges do not have a long history, and owe much to Victorian era romanticism, and the dress of the Highland Regiments. [135] ["Keep the yoke"]. He captured Pondicherry in 1793 and Seringapatam in 1799 and made a famous march across the desert from the Red Sea to the River Nile in 1801. Robertson: The Robertsons, or Clan Donnachaidh (children of Duncan), were descended from the Celtic Earls of Atholl, who in turn were from a line of the kings of Dalriada. He was released and his fathers lands and titles were reinstated when Mary needed someone to check her half brother, the Earl of Moray. The word "clann" comes from the Gaelic and means children, and its members claimed kinship from the common ancestor whose name they bore, and even the poorest clansman considered themselves of nobler birth than any southerner. [283], Motto: LA FORTUNE PASSE PARTOUT. James the 15th Chief was killed with James IV at the Battle of Flodden in 1513. [329], Motto: JE PENSE. [226] [316] [31] [from Latin: "He who leads"]. [111], Motto: LUX IN TENEBRIS ["Light in darkness"], Motto: AB OBICE SUAVIOR. In 1787 he was created Lord Heathfield and Baron Gibraltar. [187], Motto: CRAGAN AN FHITHICH. [182] [from Latin: "Danger is sweet"]. [306] [from Latin: "A palace the reward of bravery"]. [249], Motto: SPERO MELIORA. This DVD is not yet available; if you would like to be informed of the release date please email alexandria@greatscottishclans.com. Crest badges intended for wear as cap badges are commonly made of silver or some other metal such as pewter. George Gordon, the 4th Earl of Huntly, whose mother was the illegitimate daughter of King James IV, was 10 when he inherited his fathers lands and titles. Badge: holly[36], Motto: TIMOR OMMIS ABESTO. Badge: furze[36], Motto: AMOR PATITUR MORAS. [32] [from Latin: "I trust"]. [256] He was on the point of leaving the country when he was murdered at the Kirk-o-Field in 1567. Rose: The chief branch of the clan was the Roses of Kilravock who are recorded in Inverness in the 13th century, and the charter confirming the possession of the Barony on Kilravock is dated 1293. Badge: driftwood[36], Motto: POST FUNERA FAENUS. Descended from Lanarkshire family. [179] [from Latin: "In Thee O Lord have I put my trust"]. [323] [301] [from Latin: "Disperse"]. [66], Motto: TUTUM TE ROBORE REDDAM. He became the 5th Earl of Huntly. The Cockburns were staunch supporters of Mary Queen of Scots, and in 1568 lost their castle at Skirling, in Midlothian as a consequence of this. [126][from Latin: "More secure by this"]. The first recorded Clan Chief was John Macquarrie of Ulva, who died in 1473. [165] ["Neither spare nor dispose"]. [234] [from Latin: "I will overcome envy with God's help"]. Their arrival in Teviotdale can be traced back to the reign of Robert the Bruce. The Elliot family held the lands of Reheugh, Larriston, Arkleton and Stobs. Huntlys oldest son and heir, also George Gordon, was ordered to Edinburgh where he too was found guilty of treason and sentenced to death. [271] [from Latin: "Boldly and strongly"]. [328], Motto: VERO NIHIL VERIUS. [269] ["To the end"]. [17] [from Latin: "What is brighter than the stars?"]. [146] [from Latin: "I accomplish the hunt"]. [188] [from Scottish Gaelic: "The rock of the raven"]. [103], Motto: DULCIUS EX ASPERIS. [203] [from Latin: "I will never forget"]. [230] [from Latin: "With fortitude"]. Badge: stone bramble[36] or common heath[64], Motto: I HOIP IN GOD. Badge: Wild Myrtle or Fir Club Moss, Seat: Castle Kennedy House, Castle Kennedy, Wigtownshire, Motto: PRETIOSUM QUOD UTILE ["What is useful is valuable"], Motto: QUID CLARIUS ASTRIS. [319], Motto: I SAVED THE KING.

[120] ["Do not forget"]. Crest: B) A lion's paw erased holding a scimitar Proper Badge: yew[36], Motto: FIDE ET FORTITUDINE. [125] Badge: Scottish bluebell[36], Motto: AUT PAX AUT BELLUM. [222] [from Latin: "I learn to succour the unfortunate"]. [253] [91], Seat: Mochrum Castle, Dumfries and Galloway, Motto: ESSAYEZ. [109], Motto: A) BE IT FAST [90] [37] A HOME. [104] [From Latin: "Sweeter after difficulties"]. Badge: Scots pine (Scots fir)[36], Motto: HOC SECURIOR. Important families of that name appear from the 14th century. [263] ["Without stain"]. Copyright Historic UK Ltd. Company Registered in England No. Maol derives from the gaelic meaning shaven head or monk, and so Maol Chalum is a monk, or disciple of Columba. On returning to Scotland, Sir Gilbert was killed alongside King James IV and many other Scots at the Battle of Flodden in 1513. [261] [147] [citation needed] John de Napier is first named in a land charter of 1280.These lands at Kilmahew in Dunbartonshire were subsequently held by Napiers for 18 generations, before finally being sold in 1820. From his son were descended the Earls of Angus and the Queensbury branch. [248] [146], Motto: BE TRAIST. Returning to Scotland he commanded the Covenanting Army but was defeated by Cromwell at the Battle of Dunbar in 1650. In 2016 four Clan MacGillivary Societies of Scotland, America, Australia and the Netherlands elected Iain MacGillivray as Clan Commander, Part of the Clan Chattan Federation. He presided over many of the most important and notorious trials in Victorian England, including the famous Tichborne trial in 1873. Through marriage the MacDougalls were related to the Clan Comyn, so when Robert the Bruce murdered the Red Comyn in his bid to become king, a bloody feud erupted. Maclean: Tradition tells that this powerful clan was descended from Gilleain-nan-Tuagh (Gillian of the Battle Axe), a descendant of the Kings of Dalriada. The Vestiarium Scoticum was published in Edinburgh in 1842 and purported to reproduce an ancient manuscript on the clan tartans of Scotland, complete with colour illustrations. Family motto Ill defend. [120] The blazon of the heraldic crest is given, and the heraldic motto with its translation into English. Badge: crowberry[36] or holly[64], Motto: DUM SPIRO SPERO. Later in 1296, Sir John of Johnstone of Dumfries pledged allegiance to King Edward I of England. [211] [from Latin: "To conquer or die"]. [196] [37] [from Latin: "We have been"]. Erskine: The family takes its name from the lands of Erskine in Renfrewshire, just south of the River Clyde, which was held by Henry de Erskine in the reign of Alexander II. Motto: DULCE PERICULUM. [2][3] Scottish crest badges have only been worn by clan members on the bonnet since the 19th century. Kilravock Castle was built by Hugh Rose, the 7th Laird in 1460. [68] [from Latin: "Live for God and you shall have life"]. [258] [from Latin: "An interest after death"].

Badge: pine (Scots fir), oak or crowberry[36], Motto: GHIFT DHE AGUS AN RIGH [from Scottish Gaelic: "By the grace of God and king"]. [11][from Latin: "I would have perished had I not persisted"]. The Robertsons were involved in both the 1715 and 1745 Jacobite Uprisings. [205] [from Latin: "I shine not burn"]. [330], Motto: TOUT EST DEN HAUT ["All is from above"], Motto: TUTUS IN UNDIS[from Latin: "safe on the waves"] [135] [206], Motto: ADENTES FORTUNA JUVAT. [124] [128], Motto: IN ARDUA NITOR ["I endeavour in difficulties"], Motto: FIDES SUFFICIT ["Faith is sufficient"], Motto: Vive Ut Vivas ["Live, So That You May Live"] " , Motto: PER ARDUA AD ALTA. Arms similar, but hare salient is or not argent, collar is gules, bugle horn is sable, not vert. [9], Motto: PERIISSEM NI PERIISSEM. [192] [from Latin: "God assists"].

Elliot: The Elliots are one of the great riding clans of the Scottish Borders. Family motto Garg n uair dhuisgear (fierce when roused). Many of the clans represented have a rich history, such as those featured in our listing below. Badge: juniper or bearberry[36], Motto: VIRTUS SINE MACULA. Gillian fought against King Haakon of Norway at the Battle of Largs in 1263. [211] Maj-Gen Lachlan MacQuarrie joined the Black Watch in 1777, and after serving in North America, India and Egypt was appointed Governor of the convict settlement of New South Wales. The corpse of George Gordon, 4th Earl of Huntly was taken by boat to Edinburgh, tried for treason and found guilty. [155] ["Beware i am present"].

[196] ["For the king"]. [245] [from Latin: "Long live the king"]. [291] Badge: cranberry or cloudberry[36], Motto: PRO REGE. Families of that name are found all over Scotland as they followed the clan for whom they made the arrows, so we find them associated in Argyllshire with the Campbells and the Stewarts, and in Perthshire with the MacGregors. [25] [from Latin: "For my county"][26], Motto: AUT AGERE AUT MORI. In 1651 the clan suffered heavily at the Battle of Inverkeithing. [235], Motto: SINE FINE. [183] MacDougal or MacDougall: The Clan MacDougal is descended from the eldest son Dougal or Dugald, of the princely House of Somerled, King of the Hedbrides. [114][From Latin: "Gentler because of the obstruction"]. Badge: oak[36], Motto: SERO SED SERIO. [109] [From Latin: "A repairer of ruin"]. Badge: fern[36], Motto: UT SIM PARATIOR ["That I may be the more ready"], Motto: VIRTUTE ET LABOUR. Leslie: The clan takes its name from Leslie in Aberdeenshire where it was firmly established by the 12th century. [117] [from Latin: "It sustains, it enriches, it pleases"]. [223] [from Latin: "Let fear be far from all"]. [209] [from Latin: "Brave and faithful"]. Badge: whitethorn,[36] hawthorn[103] or evergreen alkanet[64], Motto: TOUT POURVOIR. Auchindoun became a Gordon stronghold in the 16th century, was sacked by Clan Mackintosh in 1591 and abandoned in the 18th century when stones were removed for local building projects. In the 15th century, Sir Gilbert Hay fought alongside Joan of Arc in France. [65], Vive Deo Et Vives. Hay: The family of Hay has many branches through Scotland, and can trace their history back to the Norman princes de La Haye who were part of William the Conquerors army that swept into England in 1066. Badge: ivy[36], Motto: NE OUBLIE. Women may wear a crest badge as a brooch to pin a sash of their clan tartan at the right shoulder of their gown or blouse. Badge: Red whortelberry, Motto: TOUCH NOT THE CAT BUT A GLOVE.

The Cunninghams received additional lands thanks to their support of Robert the Bruce. [276], [from Latin: "faith and warlike][229][279], Historic Seats: Ralston, Renfrewshire; Beith, Ayrshire[229][279], Motto: ORA ET LABORA[280] [from Latin: "Pray and labour"]. [236] [from Latin: "By wisdom and courage"]. [320] [from Latin "In readiness"]. In the 14th century the Earldom of Douglas was created, and William, the first holder was also Earl of Mar. The companies were amalgamated into a single regiment in 1739 and this regiment became known as the Black Watch. Badge: little sunflower[103], Motto: DIEU POUR NOUS. [273], Motto: PRAESTO UT PRAESTEM ["I undertake what I may perform"], Motto: FIDE ET FIDUCIA.

[171] ["Endure boldly"]. Although the clan appears to have been loyal to the Bruce and Stewart royal dynasties, they also earned a reputation as raiders and feuders in medieval Scotland. Then he was removed to Dunbar Castle to await the trial of his fathers corpse. [244], Motto: VIVAT REX. Badge: rowan (mountain ash)[36][210] or lesser periwinkle[210], Motto: VINCERE VEL MORI. [318] [from French "I hope"]. [42] [from Latin: "Do not forget"]. Family motto Touch not the cat bot a glove. George Leslie of Leslie was created Earl of Rothes in 1447. [209] Badge: dryas[36] or trefoil[64], Motto: MEMOR ESTO [from Latin: "Be Mindful"] Each year almost 50,000 people from at least 40 countries across the world meet in Scotlands capital city Edinburgh, to celebrate Scottish culture, heritage and family history. Badge: mistletoe[36], Motto: SOLA VIRTUS NOBILITAT. His skill and daring were largely responsible for saving Britains Indian Empire. [159] ["Late but in earnest"]. Bruce died at Cardross the following year.

[unreliable source? It was King James III that granted Sir William Cunningham the titles of Lord Kilmaurs in 1462 and later earl of Glencairn in 1488. [304] [from Latin: "By faith and fortitude"]. In 1297 he led the Scots patriotic forces against King Edward I of England. After the Restoration in 1660, Charles II appointed him Lord Chancellor.Family motto Over Fork Over. Badge: great bulrush[36], Motto: SUB SOLE SUB UMBRA VIRENS. [134], Motto: SERVA JUGUM. [159], Motto: ERRANTIA LUMINA FALLUNT. [255] [from French: "Watch well"]. [307], Motto: PATIOR UT POTIAR ["I suffer that I may obtain"], Motto: VIRECIT VULNERE VIRTUS. MacDonell or MacDonald of Clanranald: The largest of the Highland clans, the Norse-Gaelic Clan Ranald was descended from Ranald, son of John, Lord of the Isles. [166] [212] [from Scottish Gaelic: "The boar's rock"]. [100], Motto: VIVE UT VIVAS ["Live that you may have life"], Motto: FIDE ET FORTITUDINE. While all the crest badges of the clan names listed are recognised by the Lord Lyon King of Arms, only about one half of these (about 140)[1] have a clan chief who is acknowledged by the Lord Lyon King of Arms as the rightful claimant of the undifferenced arms upon which the crest badges are based. [121] Gow: The name Gow derives from the Gaelic gobha, meaning armourer or blacksmith, and the son of the smith would therefore be Mac gobhann, known today as MacGowan. Badge: red whortleberry[36], Motto: MISERIS SUCCURRERE DISCO.
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Abogado Amigo es un bufete integrado por un grupo de profesionales especializados en distintas áreas, lo que les permite ser más eficientes a la hora de prestar un servicio. Entre sus especialidades, se encuentran: Civil Mercantil Penal Laboral Administrativo Tecnológico A estas especialidades, se unen también los abogados especialistas en divorcios. Abogado Amigo, además cuenta …

Web de Profesionales en cada ciudad

En Trabajan.es, somos expertos profesionales damos servicio por toda la geodesia española, fundamentalmente en Madrid, Murcia, Valencia, Bilbao, Barcelona, Alicante, Albacete y Almería. Podemos desplazarnos en menos de quince minutos, apertura y cambio al mejor precio. ¿Que es trabajan? Trabajan.es es un ancho convención de empresas dedicados básicamente a servicios profesionales del grupo. Abrimos todo …



Cantineoqueteveo la palabra clave del mercado de SEO Cantina comercializará el curso gratuito de SEO que se reduce a 2019 que más lectores! Como verás en el título de este post, te presentamos el mejor concurso de SEO en español. Y como no podía ser de otra manera, participaremos con nuestra Web. Con este concurso …

Gonartrosis incapacidad

Gonartrosis e incapacidad laboral

La gonartrosis o artrosis de rodilla, es la artrosis periférica más frecuente, que suele tener afectación bilateral y predilección por el sexo femenino. La artrosis de rodilla es una de las formas más frecuentes de incapacidad laboral en muchos pacientes. La experiencia pone de relieve que en mujeres mayores de 60 años, que en su …


La epilepsia como incapacidad laboral permanente

En la realidad práctica hay muchos epilépticos que están trabajando y que la enfermedad es anterior a la fecha en que consiguieron su primer trabajo y que lo han desarrollado bien durante muchos años llegando algunos incluso a la edad de jubilación sin haber generado una invalidez de tipo permanente. Lo anterior significa que la epilepsia no …

custodia hijos

¿Se puede modificar la custodia de los hijos?

Con frecuencia llegan a los despachos de abogados preguntas sobre si la guarda y custodia fijada en una sentencia a favor de la madre, se trata de un hecho inmutable o por el contrario puede estar sujeto a modificaciones posteriores. La respuesta a este interrogante es evidentemente afirmativa y a lo largo del presente post vamos a …

informe policia

La importancia de los informes policiales y el código de circulación como pruebas en tu accidente de tráfico

La importancia de los informes policiales y el código de circulación como pruebas en tu accidente de tráfico Los guardarraíles y biondas, instalados en nuestras carreteras como elementos de seguridad pasiva para dividir calzadas de circulación en sentidos opuestos, así como para evitar en puntos conflictivos salidas de vía peligrosas, cumplen un importante papel en el ámbito de la protección frente …