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It is known that (More...) History Coat of Arms The Viscount of Arbuthnott, Chief of Clan Arbuthnott Origin of name From the place name Aberbothenoth, which lies on a narrow peninsula on the north side of the river Bervie.

On the north east side the land falls steeply down to the burn, once called Buthenot, and on the south side it slopes more (More...) History The Armstrong name has a mythological origin, in that it is said their heroic progenitor, Fairbairn, saved his king of Scotland in battle, and not from a wild beast as is the case with another Border clan - the Turnbulls.

The ‘fair’ man in question is said to have been Robert, nephew of Walter Fitzalan, 1st High Steward of Scotland.

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In the Highlands, it was rendered as Mac Andrew, of medieval Scottish origin.

Both names share the same Scottish Gaelic derivation of ‘Gilleaindreas’ (More...) History Origin of name From the town of Anstruther, which was adopted as a familial name.

Origins of the Clan Alexander I of Scotland granted the lands of Anstruther to William de Candela in the early 12th century.

There are a number of suggested origins for William but research points to the Normans in Italy.

From this it has been presumed that the Brodies are ancient, probably (More...) Origins of the Name As well as the name being Scottish, Broun or Brown is also common name in Old English charters (as Brun) from an adjective meaning brown or dark red.

It also occurs in Old High German as Brunn and is the source of the French surname le Brun.Clan Arthur and Clan Campbell share a common origin, and at one point the Mac Arthurs challenged the seniority of (More...) Origins of Name The Bannerman name is said to have originated in the privilege of carrying the king’s banner in wartime, an honour the Bannermans had from approximately the 11th through the 13th century.As a consequence of this role, the Bannermans held the rank of knights banneret, a title conferred on people of particular military (More...) Origins of the clan Since the eighteenth century, Barclay historians, noted for their low level in medieval scholarship, have assumed the Scottish family Barclay (de Berchelai) is a branch of one of the two Anglo-Norman families of de Berkeley of Berkeley in Gloucestershire, without any evidence which would link the Scottish and English families.It is said that, dressed in full armour, he lifted the king onto his own (More...) Clan Arthur, (Scottish Gaelic: Clann Artair), is a highland Scottish clan that once held lands on the shores of Loch Awe opposite Inishail.The clan has been described as one of the oldest clans in Argyll.Much of the early Brodie records were destroyed when Clan Gordon pillaged and burnt Brodie Castle in 1645.

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