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A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain ... - Page 204
by Sir Bernard Burke - 1862 - 1759 pages
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A history of the Highlands and of the Highland clans, Volume 4

James Browne - Clans - 1838
...manuscript history of the Clan, have an old tradition amongst them that they were originally descended from a younger son of the royal family of Denmark, who assisted at the restoration of Fergus II. in 404; and that their progenitor was called Cameron, from his crooked nose, a name which...
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Burke's Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry, Volume 1

1847
...Scotland, and in ancient times was variously written, viz., Cameron, Cambrón, Cambrun. " The Cainerons have a tradition among them that they are originally descended of a younger »on of the royal family of Denmark, who assisted at the restoration of King FERGUS П., anno 404 ;...
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The clans of the Highlands of Scotland: an account of their annals, with ...

Thomas Smibert - History - 1850
...with these words : — " The Camerons have a tradition among them that they are originally deseended of a younger son of the royal family of Denmark, who assisted at the restoration of Fergus II. He was ealled Cameron from his erooked nos», as that word imports. But it is more probable...
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Patronymica Britannica, a dictionary of the family names of the United Kingdom

Mark Antony Lower - 1860
...this valorous Highland clan, it is said : " The Camerons have a tradition among them, that they arc originally descended of a younger son of the royal...family of Denmark, who assisted at the restoration of king Fergus II., anno 404. He was called Cumeron from his croukrd mine, which that word imports. But...
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Epitaphs & Inscriptions from Burial Grounds & Old Buildings in the ..., Volume 1

Andrew Jervise, James Anderson, William Alexander, John Grant Michie - Epitaphs - 1875
...1726, and died August 1750. — According to tradition, the Camerons of Lochiel are descended from a younger son of the royal family of Denmark, who assisted at the restoration of King Fergus of Scotland in 404 ! It is certain that the Camerons had possessions in Lochaber, and were...
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The Celtic magazine, conducted by A. Mackenzie and A. MacGregor

Alexander Mackenzie
...of Lochcill" in 1842, the author says — "The Camerons have a tradition among them that th^y were originally descended of a younger son of the Royal...Family of Denmark, who assisted at the restoration of King Fergus II., anno 404. He was called Cameron from his crooked nose, as that word imports. But it...
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The Celtic Magazine, Volume 4

Clans - 1879
...on page 101 : — "An ancient manuscript History of the Clan Cameron commences with these words — 'The Camerons have a tradition among them that they are originally descended of a younger son of the Eoyal Family of Denmark, who assisted at the restoration of Fergus II. He was called Cameron from his...
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The Celtic Magazine, Volume 8

Alexander Mackenzie, Alexander Macgregor, Alexander Macbain - Scotland - 1883
...Memoirs of Locheill" in 1842, the author says—"The Camerons have a tradition among them that they were originally descended of a younger son of the Royal...Family of Denmark, who assisted at the restoration of King Fergus II., anno 404. He was called Cameron from his crooked nose, as that word imports. But it...
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The Highlanders of Scotland

William Forbes Skene - Clans - 1902 - 427 pages
...(continued). Clan Cameron. AN ancient manuscript history of this clan commences with these words — " The Camerons have a tradition among them, that they...family of Denmark, who assisted at the restoration of king Fergus II., anno 404. He was called Cameron from his crooked nose, as that word imports. But it...
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