Lang Syne Publishers Ltd Scottish Clan Book Sutherland 978-1-85217-085-1
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Lang Syne Publishers Ltd Scottish Clan Book Sutherland 978-1-85217-085-1

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  • Lang Syne Publishing
  • Scottish Clan Book Sutherland
  • The Origins, and Their Place in History, pocketbook
  • Approximately: 10cm x 14.5cm, ~30 pages
  • ISBN: 978-1-85217-085-1

Follow the fascinating stories and stirring tales of your family from ancient medieval times down through the ages to present day. In what ways have your Family and Clan stamped their mark on the pages of history?

Are you descended from a Clan that has been embroiled in Scotland’s violent religious and political upheavals? Or does your Family name have roots in England or further afield? Maybe you and your family have gained international fame and acclaim or distinction through business, science, religion, or music and stage? The vibrant lives and times of your Family and Clan for both yesteryear and today are presented here. Who Do You Think You Are?

Discover the origins of your Family and Clan and their place in history with this enjoyable pocket book. This little book contains, where available, your family motto, crest and tartan (for Scottish Clan Books), in addition to the abridged history your name and of famous persons you may recognise and be related to. This makes a great gift not only for anyone belonging to the Family but also anyone interested in reading about the past ...

Here is recounted the stirring history of the Clan Sutherland from its beginnings in the mists of medieval Caledonian history down to the present time. The clan's turbulent exploits spanned the bloodthirsty, feuding saga of Scotland's history and the dramatic tales here retold recall dashing Highland charges, brutal battles, breathless chases and deadly duels.
Here is recounted the clan's enthralling history in all its colourful detail.

In Scotland’s turbulent past it was the custom for the Clan Chiefs to give their followers a metal plate of their crest, to be worn as a badge of allegiance which fastened to their clothing with a strap and buckle. When not in use the belt was coiled around the crest and this convention is used in the clan crest badges of today. Only a Clan Chief may wear the crest without the strap and buckle.

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