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" BUCHANAN, second son to Walter, seventh laird of Drumikill, and brother to William, last of that race of Drumikill, and first of Craigievairn. This Dugal acquired Lower Gartincaber in Buchanan parish : he was twice married, having of the first marriage... "
Miscellanea Scotica: Memoirs of the ancient alliance between France and ... - Page 225
1820
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Miscellanea Scotica: Memoirs of the ancient alliance

Scotland - 1820
...George, went to Ireland, where their progeny reside. The last cadet of that family wasDuGAL B0cnANAN, second son to Walter, seventh laird of Drumikill,...holding a bent bow. His motto, Par Jit Fortuna Labori, AN ACC O UNT Of MR. GEORGE BUCHANAN. HAVING finished my account of the family of Drumikil), I return,...
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Miscellanea Scotica: Memoirs of the ancient alliance between France and ...

Scotland - 1820
...brother George, went to Ireland, where their progeny reside. The last cadet of that family wasDirGAL BUCHANAN, second son to Walter, seventh laird of Drumikill,...a sinister hand holding a bent bow. His motto, Par fit Fortnna Labwi. ACC 0 UNT OF MR. GEORGE BUCHANAN. HAVING finished my account of the family of Drumikill,...
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A genealogical account of the principal families in Ayrshire, more ...

George Robertson - 1823
...armed and langued Gules — with a double tressure, flowered and counterflowered with fleurs de lis. Crest, a dexter hand holding a sword. Motto, — God with my right. of Creearne, BUNTINC of Ardoch, who, in the reign of Charles I. married Marion, daughter of Neil Montgomery...
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The British herald, or Cabinet of armorial bearings of the ..., Volume 1

Thomas Robson (engraver.) - Great Britain - 1830
...holding in the dexter paw a man's heart ppr. all within a double tressure counterflory of the second. — Crest, a dexter hand holding a sword. Motto, God with my right, Buchanan, [Lenie, Scotland] The same as of Buchanan, quartered with the arms of Lenie, viz. sa. on a chev. betw....
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History of the county of Ayr, Volume 1

James Paterson - 1847
...armed and langued Gules, within a double treasure, flowered and counterflowered with Fleurs-de-lis. Crest — A dexter hand holding a Sword. Motto — " God with my right." The mansion of Cuninghamehead, situated about three miles north-east of Irvine, was erected by John...
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History of the counties of Ayr and Wigton, Volume 3, Part 1

James Paterson - Ayrshire (Scotland) - 1866
...armed and langued Gules, within a double tressure, flowered and counterflowered with Fleurs-de-lis. Crest — A dexter hand holding a Sword. Motto — " God with my right." The mansion of Cuninghamhead, situated about three miles north-east of Irvine, was erected by John...
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History of the Counties of Ayr & Wigton Scotland: Cunninghame

James Paterson - History - 2007 - 612 pages
...armed and langued Gules, within a double tressure, flowered and counterflowered with Fleurs-de-lis. Crest — A dexter hand holding a Sword. Motto — " God with my right." The mansion of Cuninghamhead, situated about three miles north-east of Irvine, was erected by John...
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