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SCOTTISH ARMS 



BEING 



A COLLECTION OF ARMORIAL BEARINGS 



A.D.J^370-1678 



Reproduced in Facsimile from Contemporary Manuscripts 



WITH HERALDIC AND GENEALOGICAL NOTES 



By R. R. STODART. 




VOLUME FIRST. 



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EDINBURGH: WILLIAM PATERSON 

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CONTENTS. 



INTRODUCTION. 

INDEX TO THE PLATES. 

LIST OF NAMES IN THE ORDER IN WHICH THEY OCCUR ON THE 

PLATES. 
PLATES— ARMORIAL DE GELRE, A to E. 

ARMORIAL DE BERRY, i TO ii. 

FORMAN'S ROLL, 12 TO 21. 

SUNDERLAND HALL MS., 22 TO 24. 

ADDITIONS TO SIR DAVID LINDSAY'S MS., 24* TO 34. 

WORKMAN'S MS., 35 to 84. 

KINGS' AND NOBILITY'S ARMS, 85, 86. 

SIR DAVID LINDSAY THE YOUNGER'S MS., B7 TO 94. 

SIR JAMES BALFOUR'S MS., 95, 96. 

LYON REGISTER, 97, 98. 

EARL OF CRAWFORD'S MS., 99, loa 

GENTLEMEN'S ARMS, loi TO 106. 

FUNERAL ESCUTCHEONS, 106 TO no. 

SUNDRIES, III TO 118. 
HERALDIC AND GENEALOGICAL NOTES. 
INDEX TO THE NOTES. 
ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 



THE SMALL PAPER IMPRESSION, TWO 
VOLUMES CROJVN FOLIO, LIMITED TO 
THREE HUNDRED COPIES, OF WHICH THIS 



INTRODUCTION. 



This work, as originally planned by Mr Paterson, was to have included 
the arms of the Peers of Scotland from the time of Sir David Lindsay to 
the Union. 

Several reasons have prevented the execution of this design. To have 
given the full achievements would have increased the volume to an un- 
desirable bulk ; of the arms of some peers there is no good repre- 
sentation to be found, and in other instances, as that of the Grahams, 
Viscounts of Dundee, the supporters are unknown. It will be found, 
however, that the collection as it stands contains a great deal of informa- 
tion as to the bearings of ennobled families extinct as well as existing. 
The arrangement is as follows : — 

I. — ^Armorial de Gelre. 

When the work was far advanced towards completion, the Earl of 
Crawford and Balcarres enabled me to make a very important addition to 
it by communicating the fact that the Bibliothtque Royale at Brussels 
possesses an illuminated armorial of the fourteenth century, which 
includes a number of Scottish coats. 

The controleur en chef of the library at once gave permission that 
these should be copied, and most obligingly gave every facility for the 
execution of the work, which has been admirably done by Mr Bainbridge 
of Messrs Scott & Ferguson, who went to Brussels for the purpose. The 
Scottish part is given entire ; it contains forty-five shields, of which thirty 
have crests, and is, with the exception of a few shields in the Roll of 
Caerlaverock, the earliest authority for the tinctures. The names have 
evidently been added at a much later date, from a list which is no longer 
in existence. This beautiful manuscript is in one thick volume, and 
forms a general armory of Christendom at the period. 

The name of the author, Gelre, Hdrault d'Armes, with the date 
1334, is at the beginning; 1340 is placed below several shields, and in one 
place 1369 is written. The Scottish part of the armorial seems to belong 
to this latest date, and some of the entries probably to a still later period. 
It is at present proposed by M. Bouton of Brussels to publish a fac- 
simile of the whole. 

II. — ^Armorial de Berry. 

The Biblioth^qiie Nationale of France possesses one of the most 
valuable heraldic manuscripts in existence. 



iv INTRODUCTION, 

Gilles le Bouvier, its compiler, was born in 1386, entered the service 
of the Dauphin-Regent, afterwards Charles VII., and so gained the con- 
fidence of his master, that in 1425 he was sent as envoy to the Duke of 
Bretagne, and subsequently on other missions. 

He was appointed a herald in 1420, and afterwards crowned and 
created Berry King of Arms by the King at Melun on Christmas day, 
according to his own statement, but the year has not been ascertained. It 
is certain that he held the first rank as a King of Arms in France. 

Le Bouvier travelled over a great part of Europe, including Scotland 
and Ireland, and also visited the Holy Land and Egypt ; of these travels 
he left an account, and also chronicles of his own time. 

But his Armorial is the one of his works which interests the 
student of heraldry. 

Charles VII. desired his king of arms to make an authentic collection 
of the bearings of the princes, nobles, and gentlemen of the countries he 
visited, and the result was this magnificent register. It consists of two 
hundred and five leaves, nearly half of which are vellum. Commencing 
with a genealogy of the Kings of France, illustrated by portraits, it gives 
an armorial of France divided into eight provinces, and containing 
upwards of fifteen hundred coats. 

Germany, Spain, Scotland, Italy, England, and the East follow, 
bringing the total to nineteen hundred and fifty-three. It is fortunate for 
us that the intimate alliance between this country and France led Berry 
King of Arms, to carry out a more extensive visitation in Scotland than 
in any other country. "While he collected only sixty coats in Germany 
and sixty-four in Italy, he gives a hundred and twenty-two from Scotland. 
In consideration of the official character of this collection, for the compila- 
tion of which every facility would doubtless be given by Alexander 
Nairne, then Lyon King of Arms, and its antiquity, the probable date 
being 1450-55, it has been thought advisable to reproduce the whole, 
although many of the coats are given the same, or nearly the same, in the 
Artnonal de Gelre, and by Sir David Lindsay. The sheets are about 
sixteen inches by ten, and generally the shields are arranged in four rows, 
each containing three on a page. 

Although this manuscript has been frequently reproduced or copied 
in part, it has never been published entire. 

M. Francisque Michel gave a list of the Scottish coats in his 
Eccossais en France, and there was published in Paris in 1866 an 
account of this armorial by M. Vallet de Viriville, giving a list of its con- 
tents and the blazons of all the French coats. 

The administration of the Library kindly allowed the sheets now 
given to be photographed, and the colours were marked on the photo- 
graphic copy, and revised by the Reverend L. W. Forbes-Leith, to whom 
I have to offer my cordial thanks for his aid so readily given and so 
important. This armorial is referred to as A. 



INTRODUCTION. 



III. — Forman's Roll. 

Sir Robert Forman, Lyon King of Arms, sent to France to "Our 
Sovrane lady Marie, by the grace of God Queen of Scotland and Dowager 
of France," probably in 1562, a roll of the arms " of two hundred and sixty- 
seven knights and landed gentlemen of the kingdome of Scotland." The 
original is not known to exist, but in the Advocates' Library there is an 
imperfect copy in trick, executed by Sir James Balfour, Lyon King of 
Arms 1630-54. It only gives two hundred and four shields, and of these 
fifty have been selected and reproduced in colour. 1532 is given as the 
date, but this must be a mistake ; Sir Robert Forman was appointed 
Lyon in 1555, and Francis II. died in 1560. This roll is referred to as 
F. The coats given from this and the other MSS. are distinguished in 
the notes by an asterisk prefixed to the name ; the letter L. indicates 
that the arms are in Sir David Lindsay's MS. 



IV. — Sunderland Hall Manuscript. 

A copy of an illuminated manuscript of the time of James VI., before 
his accession to the English crown ; it contains the arms of the kings of 
Scotland, those of the peers of Scotland, and of three Highland families 
— Macleod (Lord of Lewes), the Lord of the Isles, and the Lord of Lome. 

These Highland coats, which are extremely curious, are reproduced. 
This volume was kindly lent by its owner, the late Charles Scott- 
Plummer, of Sunderland Hall and Middlestead, Esq., the representative 
of the old Kers of Yair, whose well-known burial place in Melrose Abbey 
has the inscription, " Here lies the Race of the House of Zair." 

V. — Sir David Lindsay's Manuscript. 

The celebrated heraldic . manuscript of Sir David Lyndsay of the 
Mount, Lyon King of Arms 1542, now in the Library of the Faculty of 
Advocates, Edinburgh, having been published in facsimile in 1822, and 
again in 1878, is frequently referred to as L. The coats given in it are 
not repeated from later authorities, except in a few instances, where they 
have undergone material alteration. 

Thirteen sheets, added to the original at various dates, have hot 
hitherto been copied, and of these twelve are now given. 

VI. — Workman's Manuscript. 

An illuminated manuscript in the Lyon Ofiice, compiled about 
1565-66 by an unknown hand. It became the property of James. Work- 
man, a herald painter, whose name, with the date 1623, it bears, and con- 
sists of two parts — 

First, Arms of foreign sovereigns, kings and queens of Scotland, 



vi INTRODUCTION, 

peers of the kingdom, some Highland families, and later additions in 

trick. 

Second, Seven hundred and forty-one shields of the minor barons 
and gentlemen, of which four hundred and eighty-one seem to be the 
original series, six on each leaf, and all in the same style. Two hundred 
and sixty have been added on the backs of leaves, some of them perhaps 
as old, or nearly as old, as the first series. Although this is the same 
size as, and is bound up along with the first part, I am inclined to think 
that it is a separate manuscript, by a different hand, and of an earlier 
date than 1565. Of these shields, two hundred and fourteen are repro- 
duced, besides eight achievements. This manuscript is referred to as W. 



VII. — Kings' and Nobility's Arms. 

A small folio illuminated manuscript, belonging to the Lyon Office, 
roughly executed, without the author's name or a date. It is shown, by 
internal evidence, to belong to the period of the reign of Mary, after her 
second and before her third marriage. This volume has been rebound, 
and is lettered " Kings and Nobilitys Arms, I. ;" it has no title-page, 
name of owner, annotation, or addition of any kind. 

In all probability this was the work of a herald of the period, and 
has been in the library of the office ever since. It contains a series of the 
arms of the queens, from Jane, consort of James I., to Mary and her 
husband, Henry, Duke of Albany, in lozenges surmounted by the Royal 
crown, but without crest, motto, supporters, or any badges. 

Then come " The Dukes, Marquises, Earles, Viscounts, and Lords 
of Scotland, as they ar plassed in the book of Armes." 

This rather pompous title, which is a later addition, might have been 
shortened with advantage, as there is no duke, marquess, or viscount. 

The arms of forty-three peers, and of the lord of Lewes, are given 
with helmet, mantling, crest, motto, and supporters ; the crests of the 
earls all issue from coronets. 

Lastly, three hundred and sixty shields of arms of minor barons and 
gentlemen ; of these seven are given, with notes on a few of the others. 

This volume is referred to as K. 

VIII. 

I am indebted to the Earl of Crawford and Balcarres for the loan of 
a valuable illuminated manuscript, the date of which is fixed, by internal 
evidence, as being after the accession of James VI. to the throne of 
England, in March 1603, and before March 1605, when Lord Home was 
created an Earl. The authorship is ascribed to " Sir David Lindesay of 
the Movnt, Knicht, Lord Lyon King of Armes," whose arms form the 
title-page. 

It contains four Royal coats, arms of the peers, with one or two later 
additions, three coats of chiefs of clans, and two hundred and thirty 



INTROD UCTION. vii 

shields of the bearings of the minor barons and gentlemen. Of these 
twenty-five are reproduced, with notes on some of the others. 

This MS. is referred to as L. II, 

It was purchased by its present owner, and is bound in vellum, with 
a foreign coat of arms stamped on each board ; Castille quartering Leon, 
and another coat which I have been unable to identify ; the shield placed 
on the breast of a two-headed eagle, above which is a crown. 

This is one of the most beautifully executed works of the kind I have 
seen, both as regards design and colouring. 

IX. 

A thick duodecimo volume, entitled " Font's Manuscript," the property 
of the Earl of Kinnoull, whose grandfather and father successively held the 
office of Lord Lyon, from 1796 till 1866. It was purchased for the late 
Earl of Kinnoull at Mr Smiton's sale in 1809, and remained in the Lyon 
Office till his lordship's death, when it was sent, along with his other 
books and manuscripts, to Dupplin Castle. 

The present earl has obligingly allowed me to make use of it. 

"W. Smiton, painter, 1780," is inscribed on a flyleaf. 

The contents are : — 

1. Two hundred and thirty-one shields of "The arms of sev"* 
Scots gentlemen, &c., illuminate according as I found them in ane old 
MSS. in follio, writen and drawn (but not illuminate) by S'- Ja. Balfour, 
Lord Lyon, w""*^ I had generously communicate to me by the favour 
of S'- Rot. Sibbald of Kipps, janr. Ao. 171 1, whereof a great many is drawn 
from ancient sealls of charters of ancient dates," 

At the end are the words, " Finis Balfour." 

2, One hundred and eight shields in the same style. " Nota, the 
following coats are taken out of ane old MSS. herald book of Scots 
noblemen and gentlemen's arms, illuminat in quarto." Of these 
twenty-seven are given in facsimile, with notes on some of the others. 

This collection is referred to as B, 

The other contents of the volume are a copy of 

3. "The arms of the nobilitie of Scotland," and of "the whole 
sirnams in Scotland," collected by James Font, a.d. 1624, with later 
additions, 

4, The sixteen quarters of the nobility of Scotland, " first drawn out 
by George Forteus, Herald Fainter, Ao. 1699, according to there pre- 
cedence, in yt years Roll of parliament, and since corrected and much 
enlarged by ye transcriber." Many of these are blank or incomplete, 

5. A series of sixteen quarters, in some cases with the date of death 
and place of interment; others are copies of birthbriefs issued to 
Scotchmen abroad or about to go abroad ; the dates are nearly "all of the 
second half of the seventeenth century. 

6, Notes of services of the nobility and many of -the gentry, collected 
from the retours in the Chancery Office, 1550 to 17 10, 



viii INTRODUCTION. 

X. — The Lyon Register. 

The results of the general visitation of arms, 1672-78, which followed 
the passing of the Act of Parliament in the former year, were arranged in 
alphabetical order, in two series. 

The first is— "The Blasoning of the Armes belonging to Knights 
Baronet, Knights Batchellar, and Barons within the kingdome of Scot- 
land, at least of such of them as have matriculat conforme and in obedi- 
ence to the said 21 Act of the third Session of the second Parliament of 
our dread soveraigne Lord King Charles the second, all sett downe as 
their sur-names agree with the order of the alphabet, blanks being left 
for adding the atchievem'^ of these who shall hereafter come in at ye end 
of each letter ; and ye dates of ye Baronets patents being marked after 
their respective bearings as follows." 

The other is — " The Blason of the Armes belonging to the gentlemen 
within the kingdome of Scotland who have matriculat their bearings and 
extracted warrants for using ye same, conforme," &c. 

Thirty-two coats of arms are painted. It had been intended to place 
one at the beginning of each letter, but some have been left undone or 
merely sketched. 

Of these, fourteen are given as examples of official herald painting in 
the time of Sir Charles Erskine, one of the most accurate and active 
officials who have worn the crown of Lyon. 

The reference is L. R. 

XI. — Heraldic MS. 

The property of the Earl of Crawford and Balcarres, the loan of which 
is one of the many favours I have received from his lordship. It belongs 
to the reign of James VI., and gives shields drawn in ink of the arms of 
about five hundred and thirty of the nobility and gentry of Scotland. 

Some have written blazons below, and others have the tinctures in- 
dicated by letters. 

From this collection thirteen coats are given besides Siward, which 
has been placed among sundries. 

The MS. is referred to as C. 

XII. — Gentlemen's Arms. 

A small folio volume, the property of the Lyon Office, apparently com- 
piled in the reign of Charles I. ; the only coat it contains with the Nova 
Scotia baronet's badge is Hope of Craighall, the year of whose creation is 
1628. At the end a few additions on a larger scale and by a different 
hand have been made, probably after the Restoration ; the latest of these 
has the date 1676. The coats are alphabetically arranged, but not all in 
exact order ; there are sixteen on a page, nine hundred and thirty-eight 
in all. 

Of these eighty-four are given, also notes on a few others. 



INTRODUCTION. ix 

The manuscript is referred to as G. ; it is imperfect, the letter A. 
being wanting, but seems otherwise complete. 

XIII. — Funeral Escutcheons. 

Among the archives of the Lyon Office are fourteen volumes of 
Funeral Escutcheons and Birthbriefs, of which only three contain repre- 
sentations of the coats forming the sixteen or eight quarters displayed at 
the interments. 

They are sketched in ink, with the tinctures indicated sometimes by 
letters, sometimes by lines. 

The first of the three was compiled by Henry Eraser, who was 
appointed Ross Herald 6th July 1687, being designed "painter burgess of 
Edinburgh " in his commission. He died or resigned before 3rd February 
1724, when Roderick Chalmers had a commission as Ross Herald. 

Eraser's arms were registered soon after his appointment, he being 
then " herauld painter." The volume is a thick quarto, containing one 
hundred and fifty-one leaves, on some of which there are two Funeral 
Escutcheons, but a few of these have merely names without drawing or 
blazon of arms. 

Sixteen coats are taken from this collection. 

The second is a large thick folio, bound in dark leather, with an 
ornamental device, and the letters f^e on each board. 

It begins with Patrick, Earl of Marchmont, who died 2nd August 
1724, ends with Mary, Countess of Sutherland, whose death occurred in 
1766, and contains two hundred and forty Funeral Escutcheons ; some of 
them are mere sketches, and others incomplete. 

From this volume twenty-three coats are given. 

The third begins in 1762, and gives fifty-one Funeral Escutcheons, 
some of which are copies of older ones ; nothing has been found in this 
that need be copied. 

These records are referred to as F. E. 

XIV. — Sundries. 

In the notes on the thirty-nine coats given under this heading, the 
sources from which they have been obtained are stated. 

To Mr Paterson is due the entire credit of suggesting the plan that 
has been followed in making this collection of Scottish Arms ; namely, to 
take from the various authorities, as nearly as possible in chronological 
order, the coats not given by Sir David Lindsay, and not to repeat those 
already given. In carrying out this, I have exercised a discretion in two 
directions. The arms of a family are given more than once where there is 
a notable variation in the bearings, and some are omitted which seem 
erroneous, or are merely an older coat differenced by an ordinary mark of 
cadency. 

The special interest which, from its antiquity and beauty, attaches to 
the Armorial de Gelre, renders all apology for giving it entire quite 



X INTRODUCTION. 

unnecessary ; it has been thought desirable also to give the whole of the 
Amwrial de Berry, although involving a good deal of repetition. 

The publisher has, wisely I am sure, spared no trouble or expense in 
procuring perfectly reliable copies of these MSS., and every justice has been 
done to the originals in the exact and spirited reproduction of the coats. 

All the plates in the volume are the work of Messrs Scott & 
Ferguson, and have been most carefully and accurately executed. 

In a work of this nature it is obviously impossible to refer to 
authorities, or even to indicate all the sources from which information has 
been drawn. 

Among these are the official registers of the Lyon Court, and the 
various manuscript collections in the library of the office ; Mr Henry 
Laing's two invaluable volumes of " Scottish Seals ; " manuscript notes 
by the late John Riddell, advocate ; and information furnished at various 
times by the late Alexander Sinclair, Esq., who was always willing and 
seldom unable to assist in solving a genealogical puzzle. 

From Mr Marryat's " Year in Sweden," notices have been taken of 
some of the numerous Scotchmen who settled in that country in the 
seventeenth century. 

Besides the MSS. named, there have been examined those bequeathed 
to the Library of the University of Edinburgh by the late David Laing, 
LL.D., those at Sunderland Hall, in the Library of the Faculty of 
Advocates, in the College of Arms of England, in the Library of the 
British Museum, and a curious and well-executed illuminated MS. 
belonging to Macleod of Macleod. It gives the arms of the peers, of the 
families of Macleod, Maconell, and Macleod of Lewes, with supporters, 
crests, and mottoes, two hundred and fourteen shields of the minor 
barons and gentry ; also the arms of the Emperor and several kings. 

At the end are some interesting entries of the arms, with an anagram 
or quotation, and autographs of several envoys at the court of James VI., 
or foreign visitors of rank. 

For instance : " M. T. ].—Non est mortale quod opto. Scripsit 
Sterlini, ii Septembris, anno ultimi temporis, mdvic. Steno Bilk, 
manu ppoy 

The others are: Christian Barnekau, Stirling, 1594; Due de Venta- 
dour, no date; John Septimus, baron Lichtenstein and Nicolspurg, 
Edinburgh, 1587; Mandropius Parsburg, 1588; Henry Below, 1585; 
Nicholas Theophilus 1585, St Andrews. 

There is also a Latin inscription by Christianus Barnekaw, Danus, 
Edinburgi, anno 1586. 

Steen Bilde of Bildesholm, and Christian Barnekov of Birkholm, 
were ambassadors sent to be present at the baptism of Prince Henry ; 
Barnekov, Manderup Parsbjerg of Hexholm, Henry Below of Spotterup, 
and Dr Nicholas Theophilus, were envoys from Denmark to Scotland 
in 1585. 

At the end is added— y<ri/ laissd mes armoiries a Mon''- Scha, en 
tesmoignage d'amitU, Dit Bartas. 
Ex arte et marte. 



INTRODUCTION. xi 

This volume was the property of, perhaps was executed by, Guillaume 
du Bartas, the poet, who died in 1590, having been ambassador from the 
King of France at the court of James VI. The legatee was probably 
William Schaw, Master of the King's Works, and Chamberlain to the 
Queen, who died i8th April 1602, aged fifty-two. 

It came into the possession of Alexander Brodie of Brodie, Lyon 
King of Arms 1727-54, whose daughter and heir married John Macleod, 
younger of Macleod. 

There are many names, such as Baillie, Blair, Cockburn, Dalzell, 
Fawsyde, Guthrie, Haldane, Kirkpatrick, Moncur, Ogill, Preston, Renton, 
Tait, Inglis, &c., which occur in almost every collection. 

On the other hand, there are a large, number of families of whose 
arms there is no representation to be found at all. Of these may be 
mentioned Adair of Kinhilt, Bain of Tulloch, Caldwell of that Ilk, 
Dunlop of that Ilk, Haig of Bemerside, Mow of Mains, Craigengelt of 
that Ilk, Deuchar of that Ilk, Cuthbert of Castlehill, and the Highland 
families of Maclachlan, Mackinnon, Macfarlane, Macnachten, Macnab, 
and Gunn. 

As regards the notes, it is a cause of deep regret to me that more 
time was not available to render them worthy of the plates they are 
intended to explain and illustrate. Thrown together as they have been 
in the intervals of official work, and dealing chiefly with names, dates, 
and blazons, mistakes must have been made, and have passed unnoticed, 
but I shall be contented if the result be accepted as an honest attempt 
towards the establishment of the heraldry of Scotland on a basis of fact. 

R. R. STODART. 

Lyon Office, \ith August 1880. 



INDEX TO THE PLATES. 





Plate 




Plate 


Abercromby, 


. 9-1 1 


Batwood, 


95 


Abernethy, John, 


D 


Bediton (?), 


6 


Acheson, 


6i 


Bell, .... 


73 


Adamson, . . 


52 


Belshes of Tofts, 


lOI 


^die of Moneaght, 


97 


Bennett, 


lOI 


Agnew, Sheriff of Galloway 


95 


„ of Chesters, . 


107 


Aikenhead, . 


• 78 


Bertram, 


. 116 


Aikman, 


III 


Bethune of Creich, 


17 


Alexander, Alschoner, 


. 64 


Bickerton of Luffness, 


7 


Alison, 


. 56 


Birnie, 


lOI 


Allan, 


. 53, 71 


Black, 


95 


Anderson, see Annand, 


60 


„ of Comiston, 


lOI 


Angus, Earl of, . . , 


. E, I 


Blackadder of Tulliallan, 


. 58 


Angus, of old, 


42 


Blackstock, 


44 


Annand, 


60 


Blackwood, . . 6, 


74. ioi 


Annand or Anderson, 


D 


Blair (no name), 


E 


Arbuthnott of that Ilk, 


91 


„ of Balthayock, . 


90 


Armstrong, 


78 


,, or Blairgane, 


14 


Arneill, 


56 


Blindsell, 


95. loi 


Arnot, 


76 


Boe of Staine, 


106 


Arran, Earl of, . 


31 


Boig, .... 


43 


Athole, Earl of, . 


E 


Bonnyman, 


lOI 


Auchinleck, 


II 


Bontine of Ardoch, 


lOI 


Auchinleck (or Fouls), 


E 


Borthwick, 


8 


Auchmutie of that Ilk, 


42 


Boswell, 


10 






Bothwell, . 


72 


Baikie of Tankerness, 


108 


„ of Halbank, . 


94 


Baillie of T-amington (?), 


9 


Bower of Kincaldrum, 


116 


Baird, 


53 


Boyle, . . . . 


lOI 


Balcanqual of that Ilk, 


116 


„ of Kelburne, 


109 


Balcaskie of that Ilk, . 


13 


Brand, . . . . 


lOI 


Balfour of that Ilk, . 


20 


Brisbane of Bishopton, 


no 


„ Denmill, 


16 


Brodie of that Ilk, 


'lOI 


„ Kirkton, 


21 


Brokas, . . . . 


86 


„ Ballo, 


21 


Broune of Fordell, 


21 


Balmakewan, 


95 


„ Hartree, 


59 


Balvaird 


47 


Brounhill, . . . . 


lOI 


Bannerman of Elsick, 


no 


Bruce, ceux Dandresel, 


5 


Barclay, . . . 


81 


Brunton, . . . . 


lOI 


„ of Colairny, . 


82 


Buchan, Earl of, 


I 


,, of Gartly, 


95 


Buchan (?), . . . . 


9,52 


Barraman, . . . , 


66 


Buchanan (?), le Seigneur de 




Barry, . . . . 


III 


Bouquenel, ' . 


4 



XIV 



INDEX TO THE PL A TES. 



Plate 

Burnett loi 

Burnett of Leys, . . 92 

,, of Barns, . . 109 

Butter of Gormack, . . loi 

Byres, .... loi 

Cader, .... 81 
Caddell or Calder of Asloun, 102 
Cairncross, ... 45 
Cairns of Orchardtoun, . 17 
Calder, see Cader, Caddell. 
Calderwood, ... 67 
Campbell of Loudoun, . 5 
Campbell (?), ... 5 
Cantelupe, .... 95 
Carkettle, .... 83 
Carlyle of Kinmount, le Seig- 
neur de Queinmont, . 4 
Carnegie of Kinnaird, . 1 1 1 
Carrick, Earl of, . B, E, i 
Carse, .... 50 
Carwood, . . . . 51 
Cathcart, .... 5 
Chancellor of Shieldhill, . no 
Chapman, .... 52 
Charteris of Amisfield, . 20 
„ of Lumphanan, . 20 
Chirnside of East Nisbet, . 20 
Christison, ... 77 
Chrystie of Whythouse, . 102 
Clanchattan, ... 68 
Claresoun, .... 99 
Clark of Balbirny, . . 68 
Clark, . . . .75 
Clarkson, . . . .102 
Cochrane, . . . . 9, 66 
Cockburn of Langton, . 8 
Collace of Balnamoon, . 70 
Colville, .... 7 
„ Robert, . . D 
Comyn, le Sire de, . . E 
Cook, . . . . 56, 69 
Copland of Udoch, . . 102 
Cornwall of Bonhard, . 45 
Corrie of Kelwood, . . 19, 95 
,, of Newbie, . , 102 
Corsar, .... 59 

Couper 63, 70 

Coutts of Ochtercoul, . . 93 

Cowston, .... 50 

Craig (no name), . . . E 



Craig, 

Craik, .... 

Crail, .... 

Cramond, . 

Craw of Gunsgreen, . 

Crawford, Earl of, 

Crawford, . 

of Grennan, 
William, 
of Leifnorris, 

Crich, .... 

Crichton of Sanquhar, 









of Cairnes, . 
Crombie, 
Cruikshank, 
Cudbertson, 
Cullane, 

Cuming of Altyre, 
Cunningham, le Seigneur de 

Kilmaurs, 
Cure, . . : . 
Currie, see Corrie, 



Plate 
62 
67 

95 
III 

106 

I 

9,82 

10 

II 

89 

53 

4 

7 

7 

47 
III 

79 

95 
12 

2 

67 



Dalgarno of Garnieston, 
Dalgleish, . 
Dalrymple, . 



,, Sir James, 

Dalzell of that Ilk, 
Danskine, . 
Dasone, Dawson, 
Davidson, . 
Dempster, . 
Denham, 

Dennistoun, Lord, 
Dick, . 

,, of Prestonfield, 
Dickson, 

Dingwall, Lord, . 
Dishington of Ardross 
Dobie, 
Dog, . 
Don of Teith, 
Donaldson, . 
Douglas, Earl of, 

„ of Pompherstoun, 

„ of Mains, 

,, Archibald, 
Drummond {le nom manqzie), 
,, of Concraig, 



102 
102 

9 

21 

of Stair, 97 

. 8,13 

. 76 

43. 102 

45, 95, 102 

102 

102 

35 

46 

108 

55 
24B 

8 

68 

48 

70 

102 
B, I 

116 

no 
E 
D 

112 



INDEX TO THE PL A TES. 



XV 





Plate 




Plate 


Dudingston of South-house 


% 83 


Forrett of Fingask, . 


109 


Duff, . . . . 


55 


Fouls (?), . 


E 


Duguid, 


102 


Fowler, 


51 


Duket, 


. 83 


Eraser of Philorth, 


79A 


Dunbar, 


4 


French, 


45 


Dumbreck of that Ilk, 


74 


Fullerton, . 


48 


Duncan of Mote, 


71 


Fynnik, 


61 


Dundas, 


7 


Fythie of Bysack, 


102 


Dunning of Mailer, 


102 






Duns, .... 


18 


Gair of Nigg, 


97 


Durham of Monifieth, 


18 


Gairdner, . 


56 


„ of Pitkerro, . 


19 


Gardine of that Ilk, 


19 






,, of Borrowfield, 


103 


Eccles of Kildonan, . 


97 


Gartshore of that Ilk 


"3 


Echlin of Pittadro, 


. 118 


Ged, .... 


83 


Eckford, 


• 79A 


Geddes of Glenholm, . 


84 


Edgar, 


13 


Gemell, . 


113 


Edington of that Ilk, . 


. 58 


Gibb, 


47 


Edmonstone, John, 


B 


Gibson of Durie, 


79A 


„ of Duntreath, 


91 


Gilbert, 


85 


Ellem, see Allan. 




Gilmour of Craigmiller, 


109 


Elliott, 


76 


Glasfurd, 


116 


„ of Redheugh, . 


85 


Glass of Pittentian, 


109 


Ellis, Elies, 


65 


Gledstanes, 


. 64 


„ of Elliestoun, 


106 


Glen, .... 


10 


Elphinstone, Balwearie, 


9 


Glendinning of Drumrash, 


95 


Erskine, Robert, 


D 


Goodlet of Abbotshaugh, 


107 


„ Thomas, 


C 


Gourlay of Kincraig (?), 


3 


ofGogar, 


89 


,, ... 


54 


„ of Kinnoull, . 


99 


Govane, 


103 


Ewart, 


50 


Gowrie, Earl of, . 


29 


Ewing, . . 


66 


Grahame, le Seigneur de Gr 


am, 4 






„ of Morphie, . 


103 


Fairholm of Craigiehall, 


97 


of the Mote, 


79A 


Fairn of Tarlogie, 


97 


Grant, . . . . 


95 


Falconer of Halkerton, 


18. 92 


Gray, . . . . 


3 


Farquharson, 


103 


Grierson of Lag, 


13 


Faunzies, . . . . 


81 


Guild, . . . . 


43 


Ferguson, . . . . 


94 


Gulane, . . . . 


54 


Fife, Earl of, . 


E, I 


Guthrie of Lunan, 


49 


Finn, 


61 




f 


Fisher, . . . . 


65 


Hadder, . . . . 


116 


Fleming, le Seigneur de Bi| 


?gar, 2 


Haitlie of Mellerstane, 


93 


Fletcher, . . . . 


99 


Halcro, . . . . 


103 


„ of Saltoun, . 


102 


Haldane of that Ilk, . 


100 


Fokart, Flokart, . 


5 


Haliburton, Walter, . 


C 


Forbes, Monsieur de, . 


3 


,, of Pitcur, 


70 


Forman, Sir Robert, Lyon 




Halyday, . . . . 


■ 65 


King of Arms, 


28. 


Hamilton, le Seigneur de, . 


2 


Forrest, . . . . 


78 


,, of Innerwick, 


116 


Forrester of Corstorphine, . 


8 


„ of Silvertonhill, . 


14 



XVI 



INDEX TO THE PLATES, 





Plate 




Plate 


Hamilton, Lord of Paisley, 


24A 


Kincaid of that Ilk, 


19 


Hannay of Sorbie, 


95 


Kincardine, Earl of (?), 


B 


Harcarse, . 


8 


King, 


49 


Hardy, 


99 


Kin och, 


72 


Harratt, 


51 


Kinnear, 


79 


Hay of Tillebothell, . 


95 


Kintore, 


103 


Heart, Hart, 


. 44, 82 


Kirke, 


• "7 


Hepburn (Patrick, le Seigneur), C 


Kirkpatrick, 


5 


„ of Hales, 


8 


Kirkwood, . 


103 


„ of Waughton, 


12,89 


Knox of Ranfurly, 


81 


„ of Whitsome, 


16 






Herries of Terregles, . 


5 


Laidley, 


. 96 


„ of Cousland, . 


91 


Laing, 


59 


Hervie, 


103 


„ of Morrisland, 


. 98 


Hill, .... 


56 


Lamb, 


103 


Hislop, 


63 


Lamont of that Ilk, 


"3 


Home of Dunglas, 


6 


Langlands of that Ilk, 


97 


„ Wedderburn, 


89 


Lauder of Bass, . 


7 


Homyll, 


73 


11 >> \)i 


8 


Honyman, . 


82 


Lawrie, 


61 


Hopper, .... 


103 


Law, .... 


77. "3 


Home, 


68 


Lawson of Humbie, . 


15 


Horsbrugh of that Ilk, 


103 


ft ... 


75 


Howison, . 


57 


Lawtie or Laittes, 


60 


Hunter, . , 


69,75 


Leask of that Ilk, . 


103 


Hutcheson, 


. 45. 62 


Leith, 


66 






„ of Harthill, 


103 


Ireland of Milhorn, 


no 


Lennox, Earl of, 


E, I 


Irvine, 


95 


„ Duke of, 


34 


Isles, Lx)rd of the, . i 


, 24, 36 


Leslie, Walter, . 


C 


„ „ see Earl of Ro 


ss. 


„ le Seigneur de, 


4 






Lewes, Lord of, . 


23. 37 


Jackson, 


71 


Lichton of Ulishaven, 


92 


Jaffray of Kingswells, 


97 


Lindsay, John, . 


C 


Jardine, ceux Dapegart, 


5 


„ David, 


C 


Johnston of Caskieben, 


103 


„ le Seigneur de, 
„ Sir Jerome, Lyon 


2 


Kein, .... 


69 


King of Arms, 


25 


Keith, le Sire de, 


C 


Lindsay, Sir David of the 




„ Lord Dingwall, 


. 24B 


Mount, Lyon King of Ar 


ms, 27 


,, of Tilligonie, . 


97 


Lindsay, Sir David of Rath il- 




Kellie, 


79 


let, Lyon King of Arms, 


33 


Kelso of Kelsoland, . 


116 


Lithgow, . . . 


57 


Kennedy, . 


5 


Little, . . . . 


99 


„ of Kermucks, 


103 


Littlejohn, . . . . 


103 


Ker (?), ceux de Moncastel, 


5 


Livingston of that Ilk, 


6 


„ of Samuelston, 


8 


„ Callendar, 


6 


,, of Fernihirst, 


16 


„ Drumry, 


6 


,,.... 


55 


Livington, . . . . 


100 


Kilgour, 


55 


Loch, . . . . 


60 


Kiltra, 


74 


Logan of Restalrig, 


8 



INDEX TO THE PLATES. 



XVll 



Logic, .... 


Plate 

"3 


Marshall of Clothoderick, 


Plate 
106 


Lome, Lord of, . 


22, 39 


Mason, 


. 46 


Low, ..... 


107 


Masterton, . 


82 


Lumsdaine of Blenearn, 


58 


Maxtone of Cultoquhey, 


104 


Lundin or Lundy of that Ilk, 


72-106 


Maxwell, Earl of Morton, 


32 


Lyle, le Seigneur de Duchal, 


3 


,, of Pollock, . 


9 


Lyon, le Seigneur de. 


3 


Maxwell of Calderwood, 


6 






Mayne, 


104 


M'Aben of Knockdolian, , 


98 


Meik, .... 


. 58 


Macaulay of Ardincaple, 


115 


Meldrum, . 


9 


M'Beith, . . . . 


65 


Melville, . 


6 


M'Blane, . . . . 


114 


Menteith of Kerse, 


16 


M'Brair of Netherwood, 


108 


Menzies, . 


6 


M'Callum or Malcolm, 


114 


Mertoun, 


44 


Macalzean, .... 


114 


Methven, . 


99 


M'Caull, Makcalla, . 


42 


Michelson, . 


104 


Maclellan, ceux de Bouldy, . 


5 


Middleton of Kilhill, . 


104 


,, .... 


83 


Mitchell, . 


. 18, 76 


MacConnell of Duniveg and 




Miller of Newton, 


. 107 


Glins, .... 


88 


Mirrie, 


115 


Maculloch, .... 


9 


Moffat, Moquenton, . 


4 


„ of Torhouse, 


96 


,, ... 


50, 104 


Macdonald of Moydert, 


98 


Moncur of that Ilk, 


71 


„ see Isles, Lord of 




,, ... 


71 


Macdowall, .... 


4 


Monipenny, 


9, 10 


„ of Garthland, . 


15 


Monorgan, . 


115 


Macduff, .... 


65 


Monro of Fowlis, 


92 


M'Gachen of Dalquhat, 


114 


Montgomery, le Seigneur d 


e, 2 


Macghie, .... 


5 


Moray, Earl of, . . 


B, E, 2 


Magill, .... 


52 


" ■ . ". 




Macgregor of old, Lord, 


38 


Morison of Dairsie, 


55 


M'Han, . . 


114 


Morton, Earl of, . 


32 


Mackay of Bighouse, . 


no 


Mosman, . . . 


104 


Makell, .... 


74 


Motherwell, William, . 


II 


Mackenzie of Kintail, 


90 


Moubray of Barnbougal, 


7 


M'Kie of Larg, . 


96 


Moutray, . . . . 


78, 80 


Mackintosh of that Ilk, 


107 


Mudie, 


66, 112 


Maclean, .... 


87 


Mullikine, . . . , 


80 


Macleod of Lewes, . 3, 


23. 37 


Murdoch, . . . . 


115 


of that Ilk, . 


3,41 


Mure of Rowallane, le Seig- 




Macmorran of Glaspan, 


59 


neur de Roualle, 


' 3 


Macneill (?), le Seigneur de 




Murray of Gask, . 


6 


Maquele, .... 


3 


„ of Cockpool (Copal) 


4 


Macpherson, Clanchattan, . 


68 


„ of Blackbarony, 


16 


Magney (?), Alexander, 


II 


„ of Culbin, . . 


47 


Malcolm, .... 


114 


Myrton, see Mertoun, . 


44 


Man, Lord of (Kincardine), 


B 






Mar, Earl of, . 


B, I 


Naesmyth of Posso, . 


. 98 


March, Earl of, . 


B, 2. 


Neilson of Craigcafifie, 


85 


Marjoribanks, 


57 


Nevay of that Ilk (Moncur 




Marshall, .... 


104 


ofSlaines), 


104 



XVlll 



INDEX TO THE PL A TES. 





Plate 




Plate 


Nicolson, .... 


104 


Renton of that Ilk, 


. 58 


Nisbet of Dean, . 


108 


Rerik, 


115 


Noble, .... 


104 


Richardson, 


49 


Norvell, .... 


9 


Riddell of that Ilk, . 


15 






Rigg of Aithernie, 


107 


Ogilvy, Monsieur de Quohon, 3 


Roberton, . 


74 


Ogston of that Ilk, . 


15 


Robertson, . 


44 


Oliphant, Monsieur de Quil 


i, 3 


Rochead of Innerleith, 


no 


Or, 


46 


Roger, 


43,51 


Orchardton, 


104 


Rolland, 


. 96 


Orkney, Earl of, . . \ 


B, 1,30 


Rollo of Duncrub, 


93 


Orme of Mugdrum, . 


116 


Ross, Earl of, . 


B, E 


Ormond, Earl of, 


2 


„ le Sire de, . 


E 


Orrok of that Ilk, 


59 


,, of Balnagowan, . 


90 


Oswald, .... 


104 


,, ... 




„ of Fingalton, . 


108 


Rowle, 


99 i^^s) 


Oudney of that Ilk, . 


104 


Russell of that Ilk, . 


, 46 


Owston, .... 


62 


Rutherford, 


7 






Ruthven, Monsieur de Ruei 


I' 3 


Panther, .... 


44 


„ Earl of Gowrie, . 


29 


Paterson of Luthrie, . 


93 


Rynd, 


76 


Patton, .... 


53 






Pearson, .... 


77 


St Clair, Sir William, 


100 


Peebles of Dunfermline, 


54 


St John, Lord of, 


40 


Pentland, .... 


42 


Sanderson, . 


77 


Philp of Ormiston, 


21 


Sandilands, le Sire de. 


D 


Pitcairn of Forther, . ■ 


72 


„ of Calder, 


7, 10 


Pittendreich of that Ilk, 


69 


Sands, 


105 


Play fair. 


96 


Schann, 


80 


Pollock, le Seigneur de, 


2 


Scheil, 


57 


Porterfield of that Ilk, 


108 


Scotland, King of. 


A 


Preston, Henry, . 


C 


Scott of Balwearie, 


9 


Primrose, . 


81 


„ Harden, 


106 


Pringle(?),. 


8 


Scougal of that Ilk, . 


. 105 


„ of Galashiels, . 


109 


Scroggie, . 


80 


Purves, 


48 


Scrymgeour of Myres, 


112 


Pyet of Auchinhamper, 


104 


Sempill of Eliotston, . 


6 






John, . 


II 


Rae, .... 


. 105 


Seras, 


100 


Rainie, 


104 


Seton, le Sire de, 


. D, 2 


Rait, .... 


■ 10, 99 


„ of Touch, 


57 


Ralston, . . : 


104 


Sevis, 


64 


Ramsay, Alexander, . 


C 


Shank or Sauks, 


62 


„ of Dalhousie, 


7 


Sharp, 


. 105 


„ of Russell, , 


47 


Shewal, 


54 


„ of Kirknewton, 


91 


Sibbald of Balgony, . 


7 


Rankine, 


. 105 


Sinclair, le Sire de. 


E 


Rattray, 


10 


,, of Blanse, 


17 


Reid, 


50 


,, of Stevenson, 


107 


Reid of Colliston, 


17 


Siward, 


. 118 


„ of Pitfoddels, 


. 105 


Skene, 


. 63 



INDEX TO THE PLATES. 



XIX 



Plate 



S, 



Skene of that Ilk, 
,, of Curriehill, 

Slewman, Sloane, 

Smeaton, . 

Smith, 

Somerville of Camnethan, 

Spalding, . 

Speir, 

Spans of Wormiston, 

Spott, 

Spottiswoode of that Ilk, 

Sprottie, 

Steill, 

Stenhop, 

Stevenson of Herdmanshiel 

Stewart, John, . 
,, Alexander, 
„ of Traquair, 
„ Sir William, Lyon 

King of Arms, . 26 
„ of Grandtully, . 12 
„ of Bauespick, . 14 

,, of Castlemilk, . 4 

„ le Seigneur de Darnley, 2 
,, Earl of Orkney, . 30 
,, of Dalswinton, . 4 

,, Earl of Arran, . 31 
,, Duke of Lennox, . 34 

Strathern, Earl of, . E {bii), i 

Studman, .... 86 

Sutherland, Earl of, . . E, i 

Swift, .... 49 

Swinton, le Seigneur de, . 2 

Sydserf of that Ilk, . . 43 

Symmer of Balzordie, . 105 

Symyne, . . . .105 



94 
106 

53 
105 
96, 105 {pis) 
96 

105 

no 

12, 17 

105 

68,73 

105 

73 

75 
118 

D 

D 

84 



Tau, . 
Tennant, 
Thomson, . 

,, of Maynes, 
Tod, . 

Toshach of Monyvaird 
Towers, 
Town is, 

Trollop, Troup, . 
Trotter, 

„ of Mortonhall 
Tullus, 
Tullydaff, . 



79 
14 
54 
98 
no 

15 
8 

48 

52 

61 

109 

63 
112 



Plate 

Turnbull, . . . . 7, 19 

Turner, .... 86 

Tyrie of Drumkilbo, . . 106 

Udney, see Oudney. 

Udward, .... 85 

Umphraston, ... 42 

Urquhart, .... 84 

Urrie, .... 79 

Vans, .... 13 

,, of Barnbarroch, . 90 

Veitch of Dawyck, . . 67 
Vernor, . . . .105 

Vollum of Wodwrae, . . 105 

Waddell, .... 62 

Walker, .... 63 

Walkinshaw of that Ilk, . 107 

Wallace of Ellerslie, . . 18 

Walterstoun, ... 80 

Wardlaw of Torry, . . 6 

,, Warriston, . 14 

Wastoun, .... 46 

Watson, .... 75 

Watt, . . . . n8 

Wedderburn of that Ilk, . 72, 96 
Well wood, . . .106 

Welsh, .... 70 

Wemyss of that Ilk, . . 20 

„ of Rires, . . 4 

West, .... 69 

White, . . . . 64 

Whitehead (Quhytelau), . 12 

Wigum, . . . . 78 

Wilkie, . . . . 73 

Williamson, ... 77 

Willmure, .... 64 

Wilson, .... 67 
Winchester, . . .105 

Windegates, ... 60 

Winram, .... 49 

Wiseman, .... 96 

Wishart, . . . . 10 
Wordie, . . . .106 

Wright of Langsyde, . . 51 

Wynton of Strickmartine, . 48 

Young, ... 96 {bis) 

Yule, 106 



fa 
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v)lktUtlU. 
1»M" 



LIST OF NAMES IN THE ORDER IN WHICH THEY 
OCCUR ON THE PLATES. 



Armorial de Gelre. 

A Le Roi d'Ecosse. 

B Le Comte de Carrick, Le Comte de 
Douglas, Le Comte de Moray, Le 
Comte de Mar, Le Comte de March, 
Le Comte de Kinkardin, Le Comte 
d'Orkney, Le Comte de Ross, Jean 
Etmoston. 

C Jean de Lindsay, Henri de Preston, 
Alexandre de Ramsay, David de 
Lindsay, Le Seigneur Patrick (Hep- 
burn), Gauthier Leshy ? Lesly ? Le 
Sire de Keith, Gauthier Haliburton, 
Thomas Erskine. 

D Le Sire de Seton, Robert Erskine, 
Jean dAbernethy ? Jean Lydell ?, 
Jean Stuart, Alexandre Stuart, Le 
Sire de Sandiland, Anderson, Le 
nom manque (Drummond), Robert 
de Colville. 

E Le Sire de Sinclair, Le Comte de 
Fife, Archibaud de Douglas, Le 
Sire de Comyn, Le Comte de Ross, 
Le Comte de Moray, Le Comte 
de Carrick, Le Comte dAthoI, Le 
Comte de Strathern, Lord Lenes 
(? Lennox), Le Comte de Strathern, 
Le Comte de Sutherland, (Blair), 
Le Comte dAngos, Fouls, Le Sire 
de Ros, (Craig or Craigie). 



Armorial de Berry. 

I. Le Conte de Boquan, Earl of Buchan. 

Le Comte de Craffort, Earl of Craw- 
ford. 

Le Comte Dilles, Earl of Ross, Lord 
of the Isles. 

Le Comte de Quant, Earl of Carrick. 

Le Comte de Fit, Earl of Fife. 

Le Comte de Stranne, Earl of Stra- 
thern. 

Le Comte de Lenax, Earl of Lennox. 

Le Comte de Surdelle, Earl of Suther- 
land.? 



Le Comte de Mare, Earl of Mar. 
Le Comte Duglas, Earl of Douglas. 
Le Comte Dangos, Earl of Angus. 
Le Comte Dorquenay, Earl of Orkney. 
Le Conte de la Marche, Earl of 

March. 
Le Comte de Morat, Earl of Moray. 
Le Conte Dormont, Earl of Ormond. 
Le sr de Samcton, Lord of Swinton. 
Le sr de Lindsay, Lord Lindsay. 
Le sr de Seton, Lord Seton. 
Le sr de Dernele, Lord Darnley. 
Le sr de Mongoby, Lord Montgomery. 
Le sr de Polloc, Lord of Pollock. 
Le sr de Begart, Lord of Biggar. 
Le sr de Hameleton, Lord Hamilton. 
Lesrde Quimaurs, Lord of Kilmaurs. 
Le sr de Bowesol, Lord of Duchal. 
Le sr de Rouallo, Lord of Rowallane. 
Le sr de Cranoc, Lord of Kincraig. 
Mosr de Quili, Oliphant of Kellie. 
Mosr de Gray, Lord Gray. 
Mosr de Quohon, Ogilvy of Auchter- 

house. 
Mosr de Rouen, Ruthven of that Ilk. 
Le sr de Bene, Lord of Lewes. 
Le sr de Lion, Lyon Lord Glamis. 
Le sr de Maquele. 

Le sr de Ves, Macleod of Dunvegan. 
Mosr de Forbois, Lord Forbes. 
Le sr de Grain, Lord Graham. 
Le sr de Losec, Leslie. 
Le sr de Boquenel, (?) Buchanan. 
Mosr de Rues, Wemyss of Rires. 
Le sr de Chastelmont, Stewart of 

Castlemilk. 
Le sr de Copal, (?) Murray of Cbck- 

pool. 
Le sr de Queinmont, Carlyle of Kin- 

mont. 
Ceulx de Quoquenton, Moffat. 
Ceulx de Mandrel, Macdowal. 
Ceulx de Sansi, Crichton of Sanquhar. 
Ceulx de Duplicton, (.-') Stewart of 

Dalswinton. 
Ceulx du bar, Dunbar. 
Ceulx de Moncastel, (?) Ker. 



XXll 



LIST OF NAMES. 



Ceulx d'Andresel, (?) Annandale. 

Ceulx de Nesegles, Hemes of Ter- 
regles. 

Ceulx Dapegart, Jardine of Apple- 
garth. 

Ceulx de Blairian, Kirkpatrick. 

Ceulx de Tranquart, Kennedy. 

Ceulx de Tranquart, Cathcart. 

Ceulxde Bouldy, Maclellanof Bomby. 

Ceulx de Maligny, Macghie. 

Le seignr de Lodun, Campbell of 
Loudon. 

Ceulx de Vedenmeton, (?) Campbell. 

Ceulx de Foucart, Fockart. 

6. Ceulx de Blaquehut, Blackwood. 
Ceulx de Quarehut, Maxwell of 

Calderwood. 
Ceulx de Helioton, Sempill of Eliot- 

ston. 
Ceulxde Dunegles, Homeof Dunglas. 
Ceulx de Maligny, Melville, 
Ceulx de Limeton, Livingston. 
Ceulx de Callemey, Livingston of 

Callendar. 
Ceulx de Crenoc, (?) Menzies of 

Enoch. 
Mosr de Gasc, Murray of Cask. 
Ceulx de Toury, Wardlaw of Torry. 
Ceulx de Dompry, Livingston of 

Drumry. 
Ceulx de Bediton. 

7. Ceulx de Balgony, Sibbaldof Balgony. 
Ceulx de Corville, Colville. 

Ceulx de Rienderfut or Riendersuc, 

Rutherford. 
Ceulx de Tourneboulle, Turnbull. 
Ceulx de Qualor, Sandilands of 

Calder. 
Ceulx de Bas, Lauder of Bass. 
Ceulx de Dondas, Dundas. 
Ceulx de Bronbaquol, Moubray of 

Barnbougal. 
Ceulx de Criston, Crichton. 
Ceulx de Dalnoby, Ramsay of Dal- 

housie. 
Ceulx deCarmes, Crichton of Cairnes. 
Ceulx de Lufennes or Lusennes, 

Bickerton of Luffness. 

8. Le sr de Bocquint, Lord of Borth- 

wick. 
Ceulx de Helles, Hepburn of Hailes. 
Ceulx de Sasineton, Ker of Samuel- 

ston. 
Ceulx de Barilli, (?) Towers of Dairy. 
Ceulx de Bel, (?) Dunbar of Biel or 

Lauder. 
Ceulx de Lanton, Cockburn of 

Langton, 



Ceulx de Cortofin, Forrester of Cor- 

storphin. 
Ceulx de Listawrie, Logan of Les- 

terrick or Restalrig. 
Ceulx de Haldor, Dishington of 

Ardross. 
Ceulx de Haubogle, (?) Hop Pringle. 
Ceulx de Harques, Harcars. 
Ceulx de Dalhel, Dalzell. 
9. Ceulx de Launton, (?) Baillie of 

Lamington. 
Ceulx de Reug (?),* Scott of Bal- 

wearie. 
Ceulx de Dongan, Normanville. 
Ceulx de Poloc, Maxwell of Nether 

Pollock. 
Ceulx Dabrecherme, Abercrombie. 
Ceulx de Bois Glain, Maculloch. 
Ceulx de Melledron, Meldrum. 
Le sr de Crafort, Crawford. 
Le sr De Rample, Dalrymple. 
Ceulx de Bogivi, (?) Buchan. 
Le sr de Coqueran, Cochrane. 
Le sr de Menipegny, Monipenny. 

10. Ceulx de Grenan, Crawford of Gren- 

nan. 
(Rait). 

(Monipenny). 
Ceulx de Ratri, Rattray. 
Ceulx de Bousainuille, Boswell. 
Ceulx de Glin, Glen. 
Ceulx de Lorn, (?) Sandilands. 
Ceulx de Wichart, WisharL 
Ceulx de Colleuille (?). 
Jorge Bannantin. 
Jaques de Rous (?). 
Guille Cliston. 

1 1 . Guilleme Crafort, Crawford. 
Guille Aveillec, Affleck. 
Guilleme de Modreville, Motherwell. 
Jehan Semple. 

Alexandre Magntn (?). 
Abrecommere, Abercromby. 

Forman's Roll. 

12. Spens of Wormiston, Whitelaw 

(Whitehead) of that Ilk, Stewart 
of Garnetullie, Hepburn of 
Waughton, Cuming of Altyre. 

13. Dalzell of that Ilk, Grierson of Lag, 

Edzar, Balcaskie of that Ilk, Waus. 

14. Hamilton of Silvertonhill, Wardlaw 

of Warriston, Stewart of Baues- 
pick, Tenand, Blairgaine. 

* Some word like this is faintly written above 
" Lagwere " (?), which seems to be cancelled. 



LIST OF NAMES. 



XXlll 



15. Lawson of Humble, Toshach of 

Monivaird, Macdowal of Garth- 
land, Riddell of that Ilk, Ogston 
of that Ilk. 

16. Ker of Fernihirst, Hepburn of Whit- 

some, Balfour of Denmill, Murray 
of Blackbarony, Menteith of 
Kerse. 

17. Spens of Wormiston, Bethune of 

Creich, Rinde (Reid) of Collision, 
Sinclair of IBlans, Cairns of 
Orchardton. 

18. Falconer of Halkerton, Durham of 

Monifieth, Michell, Wallace of 
Ellersley, Duns of that Ilk. 

19. Turnbull, Corrie of Kelwood, Gau- 

dine (Gardine) of that Ilk, Kin- 
caid of that Ilk, Durham of Pit- 
kerro. 

20. Charters of Emysfield, Wemyss of 

that Ilk, Balfour of that Ilk, Char- 
ters of Lumfanan, Chirnsyd of 
East Nisbet. 

21. Broune of Fordell, Philp of Ormis- 

ton, Balfour of Ballo, Dalrymple, 
Balfour of Kirkton. 



Sunderland Hall Manuscript. 



22. 

23- 

24. 



24' 
24^ 

25- 

26. 

27. 

28. 
29. 

30- 

31- 
32. 
33- 
34- 



35- 
36. 
37- 
38. 



Lord of Lome. 
Macleod, Lord of Lewes. 
Lord of the Isles. 

Additions to Sir David 

Lindsay's Manuscript. 

, Lord Claud Hamilton of Paisley. 
Keith, Lord Dingwall. 
Sir Jerome Lindsay of Annatland, 

Lyon. 
Sir William Stewart, Lyon. 
Sir David Lindsay of the Mount, 

Lyon. 
Sir Robert Forman, Lyon. 
Ruthven, Earl of Gowrie. 
Stewart, Earl of Orkney. 
Stewart, Earl of Arran. 
Maxwell, Earl of Morton. 
Sir David Lindsay of Rathillet, Lyon. 
Stewart, Duke of Lennox. 

Workman's Manuscript. 

Lord Dennistoun. 
Lord of the Isles. 
Lord of Lewes. 
Lord Macgregor. 



39. Lord of Lome. 

40. Lord of St John. 

41. Macleod of that Ilk. 

42. Angus, Pentland, Achmutie of that 

Ilk, Makcalla, Umfrastoun of that 
Ilk. 

43. Dasoun, Roger, Bog, Sydserf of that 

Ilk, Guilde. 

44. Panther, Hert, Roberton of that Ilk 

(Robertson), Merton, Blackstock. 

45. French, Cornwall of Ballenhard, 

Hucheson, Davidson, Cairncross, 

46. Or, Wastoun, Russell of that Ilk, 

Mason, Dick. 

47. Murray of Culben, Crumbe, Ramsay 

of Russell, Balvaird of that Ilk, 
Gib. 

48. Dog, Purves, Fullerton of that Ilk, 

Wyntonof Strickmartine, Townis. 

49. Swyft, Windram, King, Guthrie of 

Lunan, Richardson. 

50. Carse of Monktonhall, Reid, Cow- 

stane, Moffat of that Ilk, Ewart. 

51. Wright of Langside, Roger, Car- 

wood, Harratt, Fouler. 

52. Buchan, Chapman, Makgill, Adam- 

son, Trollop. 

53. Slewman, Criche, Baird, Alane, 

Pattoun. 

54. Peebles of Dunfermline, Thomson, 

Schewall, Gulane, Gourlay. 

55. Duff, Dikesoun, Ker, Kilgour, Mori- 

son of Dairsie. 

56. Hill, Arneill, Cook, Gardner, Alison. 

57. Lithgow, Schil, Howison, Seton of 

Touch, Marjoribanks, 

58. Renton of that Ilk, Meik, Blanerne 

(Lumsden), Edington of that Ilk, 
Blackadder of Tulliallan. 

59. Broun bf Hartree, Orrok of that Ilk, 

Corsar, M'Morran of Glaspan, 
Laing. 

60. Laitteis of that Ilk, Windygates, 

Annand, Anderson, Loch. 

61. Lowrie, Achesoun, Fin, Fenwick, 

Trotter. 

62. Craig, Waddell, Hucheson, Ousfen, 

Sauks. 

63. Cowper, Walker, Tullus, Hislop, 

Skene. 

64. White, Alschoner (Alexander), Gled- 

stanes of that Ilk, Wilmure, Sevis. 

65. Halyday, Makbeth, Makduff, Eleis, 

Fisher. 

66. Cochrane, Leith, Barraman," Ewing, 

Mudie. 

67. Calderwood, Veitch of Dawick, Cure, 

Wilson, Cralk. 



XXIV 



LIST OF NAMES. 



68. Home, Spottiswood of that Ilk, Clan 

Chattan, Clarke of Balbirny, 
Dobie. 

69. Kein, West, Hunter, Cook, Pitten- 

dreich of that Ilk. 

70. Cowper, Don of Teith, Welsh, Hali- 

burton of Pitcur, Collace of Bal- 
namoon. 

71. Duncan of Mote, Jackson, Moncur, 

Moncurofthat Ilk,Alane (Ellem). 

72. Wedderburn of that Ilk, Pitcairn of 

Forther, Lundyof that Ilk, Both- 
well, Kinloch. 

73. Spottiswood, Hommyll, Wilkie, 

Steill, Bell. 

74. Kiltra, Makell, Dumbreck of that 

Ilk, Blackwood, Roberton. 

75. Lawson, Hunter, Stenhope, Clark, 

Watson. 
"jb. Rind, Denskine, Mitchell, Eliott, 
Amot. 

77. Law, Peirson, Christison, Sanderson, 

Williamson. 

78. Forrest, Akenhead, Mowtray, Wig- 

hem, Armstrong. 

79. Cudbertson, Urrie, Kellie, Kinnear, 

Taw. 
79A, Fraser of Philorth, Gibson of Durie, 
Acford, Graham of the Mote. 

80. Milliken, Mowtray, Walterston, 

Schan, Scrogie. 

81. Barclay, Faunis, Calder, Primrose, 

Knox of Ranfurly. 

82. Honyman, Crawfurd, Barclay of 

Collairnie, Masterton, Heart. 

83. Dudingstonof Southhouse, Carkettle, 

Duket, Ged, Maklelland. 

84. Geddes of Glenholm, Stewart of 

Traquair, Urquhart of that Ilk. 

Kings' and Nobility's Arms. 

85. Neilson of Kilcaffie, Eliot of Red- 

heugh, Udwart, Gilbert. 
%(i. Stuidman, Brokas, Turnour. 

Manuscript of Sir David 
Lindsay the Younger. 

87. Maclean. 

88. Mackoneil or Macdonald. 

89. Crawford of Lefnorreis, Hepburn of 

Wauchton, Home of Wedder- 
burn, Erskine of Gogar. 

90. Blair of Balthayock, Mackenzie of 

Kintail, Ross of Balnagowan, 
Vans of Barnbarroch. 



91. Arbuthnot of that Ilk, Ramsay of 

Kirknewton, Harries of Cousland, 
Edmonstone of Duntreath. 

92. Monro of Foulis, Burnett of Leys, 

Lichton of Ullishaven, Falconer 
of Halkerton. 

93. Haitlie of Mellerstane, Paterson of 

Luthrie, Rollok of Duncrub, 
Coutts of Auchtercoul. 

94. Bothwell of Hallbank, Skene of that 

Ilk, Ferguson. 

Sir James Balfour's Manu- 
script. 

95. Agnew, Sheriff of Galloway, Balma- 

kyne, Barclay of Gairtlie, Bat- 
woode, Black, Blunseill, Cante- 
lupe, Corrie of Kelwood, Crail, 
Cullane, Davidson, Glendinning 
of Drumrash, Grant, Hannay of 
Sorbie, Hay of Tillebothell, 
Irvine. 

96. Ladylye, Maculloch of Torhouse, 

Macky of Larg, Plafair, Rouland, 
Somerville of Camnethan, Smith, 
Wedderburn of that Ilk, Wise- 
man, Young, A.D. 1429, Young, 
A.D. 1507. 

Lyon Register. 

97. iEdie of Moneaght, Dalrymple of 

Stair, Eccles of Kildonan, Fair- 
holm of Craigiehall, Fairne of 
Tarlogie, Gair of Nigg, J affray 
of Kingswells, Keith of Tilli- 
gonie, Langlands of that Ilk. 

98. Laing of Morisland, Macdonald of 

Moydert,M' Abenof Knockdolian, 
Thomson of Maynes, Naesmyth 
of Posso. 

Earl of Crawford's Manu- 
script. 

99. Claresoune, Hardy, Methven, Little> 

Fletcher, Erskine of Kinnoull, 
Rait, Rowell, Rowle. 

100. Levington, Seras, Sir William St 

Clair, Halden. 

Gentlemen's Arms. 

10 1. Black of Comiston, Bonnyman, 

Brodie of that Ilk, Brand, Broom- 
hill, Butter of Gormack, Belshes 
of Tofts, Byres, Bontine of Ar- 



LIST OF NAMES. 



XXV 



doch, Boyle, Brentone, Bennet, 
Blenschell, Burnet, Birnie, Black- 
wood. 

102. Caddell of Asloun, Chrystie of 

Whythouse, Clarksone, Copland 
of Udoch, Currie of Newbie, 
Davidson, Denham, Dunning of 
Miller, Dawson, Dalgarno of 
Garnieston, Dalgleish, Dempster, 
Duguid of Auchinhuiff, Donald- 
son, Fythie of Boysack, Fletcher 
of Saltoun. 

103. Farquharson, Gairdine of Borrow- 

field, Govane, Grahame of Mor- 
phie, Hervie, Halcro, Hopper, 
Horseburgh of that Ilk. Johnston 
of Caskieben, Kintore, Kennedy 
of Kilmuck, Kirkwood, Lamb, 
Leith of Harthill, Leask of that 
Ilk, Littlejohn. 

104. Moffat, Mossman, Maxtone of Cul- 

toquhey, Middleton of Kilhill, 
Maine, Marshall, Moncur (Nevay), 
Mitchelson, Noble, Nicholson, 
Oudny (Udny) of that Ilk, Os- 
wald, Orchartoune, Poyet of Auch- 
inhamper (?), Rainie, Ralston. 

105. Reid of Pitfodels, Rae, Rankine, 

Sharp, Symyne, Smyth, Spalding, 
Scougal of that Ilk, Smyth, Spott, 
Symmer of Balyordie, Sprottie, 
Sands, Smetone, Vernor, Win- 
chester. 

106. Vollum of Woodwrae, Welwood, 

ordie, Zowlle. 

Funeral Escutcheons. 

Boe of Stain, Ellies of Elliestoun, 
Scott of Harden, Craw of Guns- 
green, Skene of Curriehill, Lundie 
of that Ilk, Marshall, Tyrie of 
Drumkilbo. 



107. Goodlett of Abbotshaugh, Bennet 

of Chesters, Rig of Aithernie, 
Walkinshaw of that Ilk, Mackin- 
tosh of that Ilk, Low, Miller of 
Newton, Sinclair of Stevenson. 

108. Nisbet of Dean, Porterfield of that 

Ilk, Oswald of Fingalton, Baikie 
of Tankerness, M'Brair of Nether- 
wood, Dick of Prestonfield. 

109. Pringle of Galashiels, Burnet of 

Barns, Boyle of Kelbume, Forret 
of Fingask, Glass of Petintian, 
Gilmour of Craigmiller, Trotter 
of Mortonhall. 
no. Chancellor of Shie.ldhill, Brisbane 
of Bishopton, Tod, Ireland of 
Milhorn, Speir, Mackay of Big- 
house, Douglas of Mains, Banner- 
man of Elsick, Rochead of Inner- 
leith. 

Sundries. 

111. Aikman, Barry, Carnegie of Kin- 

naird, Cramond, Crukschank. 

112. Drummond of Concraig, Scrym- 

geour of Myres, Tullydafif, Mudy. 

113. Gartshore of that Ilk, Gemill, Law, 

Lamont of that Ilk, Logie of 
Logiealmond, 

114. Macalzean, M'Gachen of Dalwhat, 

M 'Galium or Malcolm, Machan, 
M'Blane. 

115. Murdoch, Macaulay of Ardincaple, 

Monorgan, Mirrie, Rerik. 
116 Hadden, Bertram, Kelso of Kelso- 
land, Orme of Mugdrum, Douglas 
of Pumpherston, Glasfurd, Bal- 
canqual of that Ilk, Bower of 
Kincaldrum, Hamilton of Inner- 
wick. 

117. Kirke, 

118. Watt, Echlin, Stevenson of Her- 

mandshiels, Siward. 




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