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Buchanan - Scottish Surname
Buchanan – Scottish Surname
1st June 2017
Cunningham - Scottish Surname
Cunningham – Scottish Surname
1st June 2017
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Dimensions 3 x 1 x 3 cm
Product Type

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ISBN

9781852170653

Publisher

Lang Syne Publishers Ltd.

Author

Iain Gray

File Size

3649 KB

Language

Scottish

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“We have been”, is the proud motto of the Bruces, whose most famous son was the great warrior king Robert the Bruce, who achieved a glorious and decisive victory over the cream of English chivalry at the battle of Bannockburn in 1314.
It was through the marriage of one of his descendants, Marjory, to Walter Fitz Alan, the Lord High Steward of Scotland, that the ultimately ill-fated Royal House of Stuart was born, while an indissoluble link between the Bruces and the Stuarts survives and flourishes to this day.
Many of the name have gained high honours and distinction – no less so than James Bruce, born in Kinnaird House, Stirlingshire, in 1730 and nicknamed ‘the Abyssinian’, because of his renowned expedition to that country, now
Ethiopia, during his search for the source of the River Nile.
The truly inspiring tale of the Bruces of both yesteryear and today is chronicled here.

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Bruce – Scottish Surname

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

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“We have been”, is the proud motto of the Bruces, whose most famous son was the great warrior king Robert the Bruce, who achieved a glorious and decisive victory over the cream of English chivalry at the battle of Bannockburn in 1314. It was through the marriage of one of his descendants, Marjory, to Walter Fitz Alan, the Lord High Steward of Scotland, that the ultimately ill-fated Royal House of Stuart was born, while an indissoluble link between the Bruces and the Stuarts survives and flourishes to this day. Many of the name have gained high honours and distinction – no less so than James Bruce, born in Kinnaird House, Stirlingshire, in 1730 and nicknamed ‘the Abyssinian’, because of his renowned expedition to that country, now Ethiopia, during his search for the source of the River Nile. The truly inspiring tale of the Bruces of both yesteryear and today is chronicled here.
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Product Details
Dimensions 3 x 1 x 3 cm
Product Type

, ,

ISBN

9781852170653

Publisher

Lang Syne Publishers Ltd.

Author

Iain Gray

File Size

3649 KB

Language

Scottish

Full Product Description

“We have been”, is the proud motto of the Bruces, whose most famous son was the great warrior king Robert the Bruce, who achieved a glorious and decisive victory over the cream of English chivalry at the battle of Bannockburn in 1314.
It was through the marriage of one of his descendants, Marjory, to Walter Fitz Alan, the Lord High Steward of Scotland, that the ultimately ill-fated Royal House of Stuart was born, while an indissoluble link between the Bruces and the Stuarts survives and flourishes to this day.
Many of the name have gained high honours and distinction – no less so than James Bruce, born in Kinnaird House, Stirlingshire, in 1730 and nicknamed ‘the Abyssinian’, because of his renowned expedition to that country, now
Ethiopia, during his search for the source of the River Nile.
The truly inspiring tale of the Bruces of both yesteryear and today is chronicled here.

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