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Kerr Clan Crest: The vikings termed marsh dwellers “kjrr”. When their descendants arrived in Britain from Normandy with William the Conqueror the term had become a name with the forms Ker and Kerr, also Carr and Carre.

Innes Clan Crest: Innes was a barony consisting of all the land along the shore between the River Lossie and the River Spey in Morayshire.

Murray Clan Crest

Murray Clan Crest: The Murray family is descended from Freskin, who is thought to be a Flemish knight who flourished in the century.

Gillon Clan Crest: Sometimes seen as Gillan, Gilland, or Gillane.

Gillon Clan Crest: Sometimes seen as Gillan, Gilland, or Gillane.

Renton Clan Crest: The surname Renton originates from Renton in the parish of Coldingham in Berwickshire. The name means the town of Raegen Rein, which is a shortened form of the old English name Raegenwald.

Renton Clan Crest: The surname Renton originates from Renton in the parish of Coldingham in Berwickshire. The name means the town of Raegen Rein, which is a shortened form of the old English name Raegenwald.

Byers Clan Crest

Byres Clan Crest: Also found as Byers and Buyers, the name is derived from the old barony of Byres in East Lothian.

Polwarth Clan Crest: The surname Polwarth comes from lands of the same name, within the parish, also of the same name in Berwickshire.

Polwarth Clan Crest: The surname Polwarth comes from lands of the same name, within the parish, also of the same name in Berwickshire.

Pentland Clan Crest: The surname Pentland was taken from an ancient, but suppressed parish of the same name in Midlothian.

Pentland Clan Crest: The surname Pentland was taken from an ancient, but suppressed parish of the same name in Midlothian.

Binning Clan Crest: The name can also be found as Binnie and Binney and originates in the parish of Uphall, West Lothian where the Barony of Binning was located.

Binning Clan Crest: The name can also be found as Binnie and Binney and originates in the parish of Uphall, West Lothian where the Barony of Binning was located.

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Galbraith Clan Crest: In the first centuries of Christian Scotland, the southern half of the country was separated into three individual kingdoms: Strathclyde (in which Glasgow now lies), Rheged, and Gododdin (in which Edinburgh now lies).

Hepburn Clan Crest: Originates from Hepburn in the parish of Chillingham in Northumberland, where a family of this name lived from 1271 until the end of the eighteenth century.

Cockburn Clan Crest: There are different opinions as to the origin of this surname.  One connects it to a placename near Duns in Berwickshire, another suggests that it is derived from the old Scots word ‘gowk’ meaning cuckoo

Cockburn Clan Crest: There are different opinions as to the origin of this surname. One connects it to a placename near Duns in Berwickshire, another suggests that it is derived from the old Scots word ‘gowk’ meaning cuckoo

Kinnimont Clan Crest. My GG grandma was a Kinnaman, ancestors traced back to  John Kinnimont that came from Scotland to Talbot Co., MD. in 1654, maybe from Dundee, as the land he owned in Maryland, was named Dundee.

My GG grandma was a Kinnaman, ancestors traced back to John Kinnimont that came from Scotland to Talbot Co. in maybe from Dundee, as the land he owned in Maryland, was named Dundee.

Taylor Clan Crest: The surname Taylor, also seen as Tayler and Tayleur, is of an occupational origin, coming from the word ‘tailor’, meaning a cutter of cloth. The word ‘tailor’ has roots in old French, from the word tailler meaning ‘to cut’. In Latin documents the surname is often recorded as cissor.

Clephane Clan Crest: The Clephanes are said to be a branch of an English family which takes it’s name from Clapham in Sussex. The family first settled in Lauderdale where they were vassals of the Morvilles.

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Langlands Clan Crest: The family of Langlands of that Ilk, name apparently derives from a property of the same name in Peebleshire.

MacLea Clan Crest: The Clan MacLea, also known as the Highland Livingstones originate in Cowall and Lorn in Argyll. There are two schools of thought concerning the derivation of the name MacLea.

MacLea Clan Crest: The Clan MacLea, also known as the Highland Livingstones originate in Cowall and Lorn in Argyll. There are two schools of thought concerning the derivation of the name MacLea.

Blane Clan Crest: Also found as Blain, the name is a reduced form of MacBlain. Most commonly found in Wigtown and Ayr.

Auchinleck Clan Crest: The origins of the name Auchinleck are most likely to have come from the Gaelic Ach meaning an elevation, mound, or round hill, generally level at the top.

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