Clan MacFarlane: A History
The author traces the clan MacFarlane's origins and describes its territories in Dumbartonshire, and on the shores of Loch Lomond and below the slopes of the Cobbler. Fact and legend are combined in this study of the clan, its enemies, loyalties and struggles.
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Alexander Colquhoun Andrew MacFarlane Ardleish Argyll arms army Arran Arrochar Balliol Bannachra barons battle Battle of Langside became believed brother Bruce Buchanan Campbell castle Catholic cattle charter Chief of Clan chieftainship church claim Clan Colquhoun Clan MacFarlane Colquhoun of Luss Covenanters Darnley David defeated Dewar died Dougal Douglas Dumbarton Duncan Earl of Lennox Edinburgh Edward eldest enemies England English feud feudal fighting France Gilchrist Glasgow Glen Glen Loin heir Henry Highlands historians horse hundred imprisoned Ireland James MacFarlane James VI John MacFarlane killed King King's kingdom known lands Langside later lawlessness lived Loch Lomond Loch Long Loch Sloy Lord loyalty Luss MacFarlane's Malcolm MacFarlane Malduin Margaret married Mary matter minister Montrose murder nobles Parlan Queen Regent Robert Roman Rossdhu Scotland Scots Scottish settled Sir Humphrey Colquhoun sons Stewart Stirling supported Tarbet territory throne took Walter MacFarlane wife William