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Account of the Clan-Iver

Account of the Clan-Iver

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Published in [n.p .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Iver family

  • Edition Notes

    Microfilm (negative). Toronto : University of Toronto Library, Preservation Services, 1993. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination84 p. table.
    Number of Pages84
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20716039M

    The earliest account of the Battle of Bealach nam Broig was written by Sir Robert Gordon ( - ) in his book History of the Earldom of Sutherland. A rising took place against the Earl of Ross by highlanders living in the mountains, consisting of the " Clan-juer " (Clan Iver), " Clantalvigh " (Clan-t-aluigh, i.e. Clan Aulay), and " Clan. Clan MacIntyre (Scottish Gaelic: Clann an t-Saoir [ˈkʰl̪ˠãũn̪ˠ ən̪ˠ ˈt̪ʰɯːɾʲ]) is a Highland Scottish name MacIntyre (from Scottish Gaelic Mac an t-Saoir), means "son of the carpenter" Although no documented history of the clan exists, it is most commonly said to descend from Maurice Mac Neil a nephew of Somerled, the great 12th century leader of the Scottish Gaels. CHAPTER I. WALLACE APPOINTED GUARDIAN OF THE KINGDOM.—INVADES ENGLAND.—INROAD OF DE CLIFFORD ON THE SOUTH OF SCOTLAND. Stirling Castle capitulated immediately after the battle, and Sir Marmaduke Twenge,1 who had taken shelter in it, was sent prisoner to Dumbarton. The surrender of the castle of Dundee followed; and, with the exception of the .


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This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world’s books discoverable online. Account of the clan-Iver [by P.C. Campbell]. Author. An account of the Clan-Iver Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.

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Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Account of the Clan-Iver [By P.C. Campbell] (Paperback or Softback) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. A different origin is given in Principal Campbell’s book Clan Iver, published about That author makes out that the Maclvers were holding lands as a distinct and separate clan in Argyll prior to any Campbells being known there, having come from Glenlyon in Perth-shire about and having been awarded lands in return for services.

According to Alastair Campbell of Airds, it is very unlikely that there is a common origin for one Clan ll of Airds maintains that the Victorian Principal P. Campbell confused matters with his Account of the Clan pal Campbell, at the time publication of his Account, was petitioning the Lord Lyon King of Arms to recognise him as "Chief of Clan Iver".Motto: nunquam obliviscar ("i will never forget").

Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user : Another account of the Clan (1) BADGE: Garbhag an t-sleibh (lycopodium selago) fir club moss. Campbell chiefs to-day take the patronymic of MacCailein Mor. A different origin is given in Principal Campbell’s book Clan Iver, published about That author makes out that the Maclvers were holding lands as a distinct and separate clan in.

ACCOUNT OF THECLAN-IYER. tHEClan-Iver,calledsometimesClan-Iver-Glassary, (Clann-Imheair-GJilasairidhorGhlasraith),fromthe districtofGlassaryorGlasrieinArgyllshire,1. Clan Maciver. Item code: C The clan Iver, also known as Clan Iver Glassary, from Glassary in Argyll, are of ancient heritage taking its name from the Gaelic Maciomhar, meaning son of Ivar.

In the lands of Malcolm McIuyr and others in Lorne were erected into. By Peter Colin Campbell. Author Peter Colin Campbell. Account of the Clan-iver [by P.c.

Campbell]. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. Buy Account of the Clan-Iver [By P.C. Campbell]. by Campbell, Peter Colin (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Peter Colin Campbell.

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The Clan MacIver is a Scottish clan and sept of several larger clans. The name MacIver is a sept name for the Clan Campbell and Clan Clan MacIver is also considered an Armigerous clan as there is no Chief recognised by the Lord Lyon of Lyon Court.

Origins. The surname MacIver is an Anglicisation of the Gaelic name Mac Íomhair (son of Íomhar). Íomhair is the Gaelic. A History of Clan Campbell by CAMPBELL. and a great selection NEW. This listing is a new book, a title currently in-print which we order directly and immediately from the publisher.

Paperback or Softback. Condition: New. Account of the Clan-Iver [by P.C. Campbell]. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More. Campbell of Airds maintains that the Victorian Principal P. Campbell confused matters with his Account of the Clan Iver. Principal Campbell, at the time publication of his Account, was petitioning the Lord Lyon King of Arms to recognise him as "Chief of Clan Iver".[5] Campbell was ultimately unsuccessful in his bid for chiefship.

The MacIver surname is thought to have derived from an Old Norse personal name Ivarr of uncertain origin. It became a given name in Ireland, Scotland and Wales before becoming a hereditary surname. Early Origins of the MacIver family. The surname MacIver was first found in first on record was "Douenaldus filius Makbeth mac Ywar was one of the perambulators of the boundary.

On these last, for the purpose of this paper, I would only affirm without elaboration my belief that the MacEwan/Colville account is substantially correct." In a footnote to this paragraph Sellar adds; "Principal P.C. Campbell in his Account of the Clan Iver in was of the view that the MacIvers were not originally Campbells.

Campbell Scottish Family Clan Crest Shot Glass 2oz - Free Personalized Engraving, Celtic Decor, Scottish Glass. There seems little or no likelihood of a common origin and of a single ‘Clan MacIver’ but the waters were considerably muddied by the efforts of Principal ll who wrote an anonymous book ‘Account of the Clan Iver’ seeking (unsucessfully) to strengthen.

Account of the depredations committed on the clan Campbell and their followers, during the years andby the troops of the Duke of Gordon, Marquis of Athol, Lord Strathnaver, and others When the Earl of Argyle rose in arms to oppose the tyranny of James VII, with an estimate of the losses sustained, and the names of the sufferers.

The Scottish Register of Tartans is an online database of tartan designs, established by the Scottish Register of Tartans Act and administered by the National Records of Scotland. User Review - Flag as inappropriate Evander()was my great-great grandfather so I guess I am biased about this book.

It was an invaluable resource in expanding my family history and would be of most suited to people interested in the history of the highlands, the clearances, infrastructural development and the problems faced by the populace of the NW highlands from to /5(1). item 2 Account of the Clan-Iver [by P.C.

Campbell] (Hardback or Cased Book) - Account of the Clan-Iver [by P.C. Campbell] (Hardback or Cased Book) $ Free shipping. An account of the Clan-Iver () An account of the confederation of Clan Chattan its kith and kin () An account of the depredations committed on the clan Campbell and their followers, during the years and ().

There seems little or no likelihood of a common origin and of a single ‘Clan MacIver’ but the waters were considerably muddied by the efforts of Principal ll who wrote an anonymous book ‘Account of the Clan Iver’ seeking (unsucessfully) to strengthen his petition to the Lord Lyon for the chiefship of such a Clan.

There is a. Account of the Clan-Iver [by Peter Colin Campbell] is available in two versions on Version 1 is generally clearer print, but some pages, particularly at the beginning of the book may be clearer in Version 2.

The book contains references to people in India. Mckeever Family History & Genealogy Allister V'Iver M'Iver's son John M'Iver AKA John is fact,also one Principal Campbell who wrote the book,"An Account of Clan Iver",was himself known to be the son of Jean McIver Campbell also listed as such in Burk's for the difference in spelling's,that was pretty much.

Clan MacIver or Clan MacIvor known as Clan Iver, is Scottish clan recognised by the Lord Lyon King of clan, does not have a chief recognised by the Lord Lyon King of Arms; because of this the clan can be considered an armigerous clan name of MacIver is of Gaelic origin, derived from an Old Norse personal name.

Various forms of the surname MacIver, like MacGiver, are. Clan MacIver (also known as Clan Iver) are a clan with no definitive origin - it is believed that there may be many roots.

The MacIvers share substantial heritage with the Campbells, and many clan members adopted the name MacIver-Campbell in the 16th century. There are also records of MacIver clansmen in Wester Ross in the western Highlands. Author of Political leadership in an age of constraint, The lady in white, The Beggarstaff Posters, Medieval flags, Vitruvius Britannicus: or, the British architect., Account of the clan-Iver, Toward a sociology of irreligion.

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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Claimed by the /5(28). identify as Clan Iver, Clan MacAuley and Clan Macleay, all at one time prominent in the lands of Mid-Ross. Sir Thomas Innes of Learney, late Lord Lyon, King of Arms, appears also to support a suggestion that the MacLennans are a branch of the Loban (or Logan) family.

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Symbols of Clan MacIvor. Branches of Clan MacIvor. History of the MacIvor Clan in Canada [by John Munro MacIvor, ] Branches of Clan MacIver in Argyll appear to have assumed the name of Campbell, while those in the north and in Lewis are still known by the name of Clan MacIver.

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Vernon released Bon Iver 's debut album, For. "Ancient" MS. history of the Mackenzies, the oldest in existence, Here it may be appropriate to give the traditionary account of the Clan Iver, Clan Tarlich or Maclennans, and Clan Leod." [The Earl of Cromarty gives a different version, and says that the battle.Browse and buy a vast selection of Genealogy Collections: Art & Collectibles on Passion for With an introductory account 1st Edition.

The Clan Cameron: a brief sketch of its history and traditions etc. Cameron, John. 1st Edition. A History of Clan Shaw The Clan-Iver historical and traditional.The Finding of the Soul (part 2) Thus in the Highlands a serpent was thought of as incapable of doing harm to a true member of the clan Iver,—parallel to the immunity from snakes claimed by a snake clan (Ophiogenes) in Cyprus.

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