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Mackintosh muniments 1442-1820

Mackintosh muniments 1442-1820

preserved in the Charter-room at Moy Hall, Inverness-shire

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Written in English

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  • Mackintosh family.

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    Statementedited and abridged by Henry Paton.
    ContributionsPaton, Henry.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18440131M

    Anne married a Robert Mackintosh and she had 2 sons, one a sailor named William. Grace Brown, was his second wife. As the church records were destroyed in a fire in the 's the information is gleaned from Scottish land records, session records and the records kept by the Mackintosh's (Mackintosh Muniments - ). About this Item: Mcloughlin Bros., New York, Condition: Good. First Edition. Wood-and-card stock, chromolithographed box (wooden pieces dovetailed at corners); 15 1/2 x 22; wooden game board with chromolithographed illustrations; 4 wooden boxes with lids in the corners of the board; 3 (of 6) wooden "men;" brown, polished-calf "hat" (replaced sometime in the early 20th century .

    Charles Rennie Mackintosh () architect, designer and artist, is today celebrated internationally as one of the most significant talents of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. His birthplace, Glasgow, is central to an understanding of his achievements for it is here that the most important of his surviving work is to be found, all of which is publicly accessible.   Paton, H. (). The Macintosh Muniments, Edinburgh:Private print. STRONE BRANCH OF CLAN MACKINTOSH: Mackintosh Muniments for Anna MacQueen; Acknowledgments. Special thanks to Dr. David B. Boles, the founder of BolesBooks, publishing quality family ancestries and genealogies since He personally corresponded, and .

    Custodial: Copy 1: Purchased from Cooper Hay Rare Books, Glasgow. Later destroyed in Mackintosh Library fire of 23 May Copy 2: Acquired by private sale in November , grant-aided by Friends of the National Libraries.   The Mackintosh Muniments. A major advance in tracing the exile’s genealogical origins came from a message thread hosted by , implying that Dugal was mentioned in the published muniments (i.e., archived documents) of the Mackintosh clan [1,2]. I was subsequently able to access this at an out-of-town library during a personal trip.


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In the “Mackintosh Muniments” a witness to a Retour of Service in is given as Gilbert Gullane; perhaps the forementioned Gilbert. In giving the name Gullan, Black derives the surname from the village of Gullane in East Lothian, where the local pronunciation is Gill-in, not "Gool-an" as he renders it.This volume (drawing on fresh sources like the Mackintosh Muniments, and the Letter Book of bailie John Stewart of Inverness, ) identifies about 1, additional Inverness Highlanders by name, a place within Inverness-shire (birth, residence, employment, etc.), a date, and the source.The Mackintosh of Strone family are a branch of the Clan Mackintosh descended from Donald Glas, a natural son of William Mackintosh of Dunachton, 13th Chief of the Clan Mackintosh.