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last Macdonalds of Isla

by Charles Fraser-Mackintosh

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Published by "Celtic monthly" office in Glasgow .
Written in English

  • Macdonald clan,
  • MacDonald family

  • Edition Notes

    Statementchiefly selected from original bonds and documents, sometime belonging to Sir James Macdonald, the last of his race, now in the possession of Charles Fraser-Mackintosh.
    LC ClassificationsCS479 .M2 1895
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 99 p.
    Number of Pages99
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6679616M
    LC Control Number25014582

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    Page - Isles, so completely reduced, that the oldest cadet, as usual in such cases, obtained the actual chiefship, with the title of captain, while on the extinction of this branch, in the beginning of the seventeenth century, the family of Glengarry, descended from Alaster, Donald's second son, became the legal representatives of Ranald, the common ancestor of the clan, and consequently. MacDonald of Sleat. The MacDonalds of Sleat are a branch of the Clan Donald or MacDonald.. History Origins of the clan. The Macdonalds of Sleat are descendants of Hugh MacDonald (d) who was a younger son of Alexander of Islay, Earl of Ross, 3rd Lord of the Isles and 8th chief of Clan Donald.. Hugh had ability and power and sat on the council of the Isles.

    THE LAST COMPREHENSIVE HISTORY OF Clan Donald was published in three volumes between and It was a monumental work written by the Rev. Drs A. and A. Macdonald, the seanachies of the Clan to whom the author of the present volume freely acknowledges his indebtedness for the liberal use he has been able to make of the results of their labours in order to make accessible a history of /5(12). THE MACDONALDS OF THE ISLES. BADGE: Fraoch gorm (erica vulgaris) common heath Reginald who obtained Kintyre, Cowal, Isla, Arran, and Bute, and a third son Angus, who obtained the great Lordship of Garmoran, the actual bounds of which are not now certain. The last of the line of Roderick or Ruari, was Amy, the first wife of John, Chief.

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