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History of the county of Bute, and families connected therewith.

Author: John Eaton Reid
Publisher: Glasgow, T. Murray and Son 1864.
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Genre/Form: Genealogy
History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Eaton Reid
OCLC Number: 5622916
Description: 2 preliminary leaves, 7, [1] pages, 1 leaf, [9]-288 pages illustrations, map 21 cm
Contents: Natural features of the county, and pre-historic remains --
Sketch of the early history, and notes of the various chapels of which vestiges remain --
Norwegian occupation --
Rise of the Stuart family, and incidents during the reigns of Baliol and Bruce --
Historical occurrences from the accession of Robert II till the death of James V --
Effects of the English inroad of 1544, and notices relative to the islands of Cumbray --
Eccelesiastical notes, and incidents during the civil war --
Rise a progress of the burgh of Rothesay, and changes in the proprietory of the County --
Continuation of the burgh history, being quotations from the Council records --
Improved state of the burgh, etc. ; Volunteers ; Farmers' Society ; Newspapers ; Arran as it now is, and Cumbray --
Parochial history: Rothesay, Kingarth, Kilbride, Kilmory, and Cumbray --
Statistics relative to the County --
Lists of members of Parliament from 1707 to 1863 ; Sheriffs from 1748 till 1863 ; Magistrates from Rothesay from 1720 till 1862 --
Genealogical account of the: Hamilton family ; Bute family ; Eglinton family ; Glasgow family --
Genealogical account of the: Fullartons of Kilmichael ; Campbell Wyndham of Ardbeg ; MacConochies of Ambrisbeg ; M'Kays of Garrachty ; Muirs, and others --
Notices of some families at one time holding lands in the county: Stuarts, Bannatynes, MacKirdys, Glass, Jamiesons --
Appendix containing original charters of the burgh of Rothesay ; Grant of 1506 ; Dean Munro's and Martin's descriptions ; Derivation of Bute names of places --
Lords-Lieutenants, Deputy-Lieutenants, public and law officers of the county of Bute, 1863-64.
Responsibility: By John Eaton Reid ...

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