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BOOK - The Great Historic Families of Scotland
By: James Taylor
Originally published by J. S. Virtue & Co., London, 1899
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2006 (CD 2010)

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One of the great genealogical works of Scottish families, Taylor's The Great Historic Families of Scotland has been considered a cornerstone reference work since its original publication in 1889.

  • VOL ONE contents include:
    • Introduction
    • The Ancient Earldom of Mar
    • The Earldom of Menteith
    • The Douglases
    • The Keiths
    • The Setons
    • The Ruthvens of Gowrie
    • The Crightons of Frendraught
    • The MacKenzies of Seaforth
    • The MacKenzies of Cromartie
    • The Hamiltons
    • The Hamiltons-Douglases
    • The Campbells of Argyll
    • The Campbells of Breadalbane
    • The Campbells of Cawdor
    • The Leslies of Rothes
    • The Leslies of Leven
    • The Leslies of Newark
    • The Ramsays
    • The Maules
    • The Lauderdale Maitlands
    • The Homes
    • The Marchmont Humes
    • INDEX to volume one

    • 410 pages
      7" X 10.5"
      Hardcover (bright red Buckram with gilt stamping on front and spine)
      ISBN: 1-894571-69-X
  • VOL TWO contents include:
    • Introduction
    • The Maxwells
    • The Johnstones of Annandale
    • The Stewarts of Traquair
    • The Drummonds
    • The Strathallan Drummonds
    • The Erskines
    • The Erskines of Buchan and Cardross
    • The Erskines of Kellie
    • The Grahams
    • Thomas Graham, Lord Lynedoch
    • The Grahams of Esk, Nethery, and Norton-Conyers
    • The Scotts of Buccleuch
    • The Scotts of Harden
    • The Hepburns
    • The Frasers of Lovat
    • The Frasers of Philorth and Saltoun
    • The Gordons
    • The Gordons of Methlic and Haddo
    • The Gordons of Kenmure
    • The Gordons of Earlston, Gight, etc
    • The Hays of Errol
    • The Hays of Tweeddale
    • The Hays of Kinnoul
    • The MacLellans of Kirkcudbright
    • Addenda
      • Earldom of Menreith
      • The Angus Douglases
      • The Last Earl of Wintoun
      • The Campbells of Argyll
      • The Two Beautiful Gunnings
      • The Lauderdale Maitlands
      • The Erskines of Kellie
      • The Family of Hays
    • INDEX to volume two

    • 431 pages
      7" X 10.5"
      Hardcover (bright red Buckram with gilt stamping on front and spine)
      ISBN: 1-894571-70-3
    According to one review, it would be welcome by those who valued high standards of genealogical research and delighted in the romance of history. Equally important, from the genealogist's point of view, is the fact that the fifty or so main families selected for inclusion are thoroughly representative in character and are the progenitors of untold numbers of people living today. As might be expected of such a work, the narrative traces the families from their earliest recorded origins all the way up to the end of the 19th century.
      "Dr. Taylor has written a work fitted to interest and fascinate a public as wide as the Scottish people. . . ."-- The Scotsman

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