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Product Details
Dimensions 3 x 1 x 3 cm
Product Type

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ISBN

9781852172039

Publisher

Lang Syne Publishers Ltd.

Author

Iain Gray

File Size

3649 KB

Language

Scottish

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Heirs to both a Lowlands and a Highlands heritage, with bonds to the three proud clans of MacGregor, Lamont and Maclean, the roots of the Blacks of today are buried deep in the ancient soil of Scotland.
It was through their kinship with these clans that many paid dearly in the cause of the nation’s independence, while many also suffered in defence of their religious beliefs.
In more peaceful times, they have gained distinction through a colourful variety of endeavours and pursuits.
Researchers into the origins and history of surnames owe a debt to the efforts of Scots-born George Fraser Black, who published his monumental The Surnames of Scotland in 1946, after 40 years of research, while in the sciences Joseph Black, born in 1728 in France to Scottish parents, is recognised as the chemist who first isolated carbon dioxide.
The proud tale of the Blacks is recorded here.

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Black – Scottish Surname

The origins of the family name Black and their place in history

£3.99

Heirs to both a Lowlands and a Highlands heritage, with bonds to the three proud clans of MacGregor, Lamont and Maclean, the roots of the Blacks of today are buried deep in the ancient soil of Scotland. It was through their kinship with these clans that many paid dearly in the cause of the nation’s independence, while many also suffered in defence of their religious beliefs. In more peaceful times, they have gained distinction through a colourful variety of endeavours and pursuits. Researchers into the origins and history of surnames owe a debt to the efforts of Scots-born George Fraser Black, who published his monumental The Surnames of Scotland in 1946, after 40 years of research, while in the sciences Joseph Black, born in 1728 in France to Scottish parents, is recognised as the chemist who first isolated carbon dioxide. The proud tale of the Blacks is recorded here.
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Product Details
Dimensions 3 x 1 x 3 cm
Product Type

, ,

ISBN

9781852172039

Publisher

Lang Syne Publishers Ltd.

Author

Iain Gray

File Size

3649 KB

Language

Scottish

Full Product Description

Heirs to both a Lowlands and a Highlands heritage, with bonds to the three proud clans of MacGregor, Lamont and Maclean, the roots of the Blacks of today are buried deep in the ancient soil of Scotland.
It was through their kinship with these clans that many paid dearly in the cause of the nation’s independence, while many also suffered in defence of their religious beliefs.
In more peaceful times, they have gained distinction through a colourful variety of endeavours and pursuits.
Researchers into the origins and history of surnames owe a debt to the efforts of Scots-born George Fraser Black, who published his monumental The Surnames of Scotland in 1946, after 40 years of research, while in the sciences Joseph Black, born in 1728 in France to Scottish parents, is recognised as the chemist who first isolated carbon dioxide.
The proud tale of the Blacks is recorded here.

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