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History of the Clan Mackintosh and the Clan Chatten

Margaret Mackintosh

History of the Clan Mackintosh and the Clan Chatten

by Margaret Mackintosh

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Published by MacDonald Publishers in Scotland (Loanhead, Midlothian) .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination81 p.
Number of Pages81
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Open LibraryOL24702756M

The clan Mackintosh and the clan Chattan [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, MACKINTOSH OF MACKINTOSH, ANGUS, 26th Chief of Clan CHATTAN and 25th Chief of Clan MACKINTOSH, businessman, jp, militia officer, and politician; b. at Castle Leathers, near Inverness, Scotland, son of Duncan Mackintosh of Castle Leathers and Agnes Dallas of Cantray; m. 17 June , in Detroit, Mary Archange Baudry, dit Desbuttes, dit Saint-Martin, and they had 14 children; d. 25 Jan.

Mackintosh and Clan Chattan history is thus inextricably entwined. The sixth chief supported Robert the Bruce during the was of Independence. Ferquhar, the ninth chief, was induced to surrender the chiefship, in his own right and for his successors, in favour of Malcolm, the son by a . The historian of the clan, on the other hand, Mr. A.M. Mackintosh, founding on the history of the family written about by Lachlan Mackintosh of Kinrara, brother of the eighteenth chief, favours the statement that the clan is descended from Shaw, second son of Duncan, third Earl of Fife, which Shaw is stated to have proceeded with King.

Sir Aeneas Mackintosh, clan chief and author, writing some time before , lists the “Clan Inteir” as the sixteenth and final admission into the Clan Chattan of a constituent clan or sept. It´s important to clarify this record as it has led to misunderstandings about the nature of the clan´s arrival in Badenoch. The initial records were taken from the archives of the Clan Mackintosh Society in Australian Inc and progressively expanded over the years. To explore this website, start with the list of family members already added to the database. To see the full records available.


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History of the Clan Mackintosh and the Clan Chatten by Margaret Mackintosh Download PDF EPUB FB2

The History of the Clan Mackintosh and the Clan Chattan [Margaret Mackintosh, Lachlan Mackintosh, Sir Donald Cameron] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The History of the Clan Mackintosh and the Clan ChattanAuthor: Margaret Mackintosh. The Clan MacKintosh and the Clan Chattan, by Margaret MacKintosh of MacKintosh, foreword by Colonel Sir Donald Camerob of Lochiel; W.

& A. Johnston Limited, Edinburgh and London, From the blurb This is the story of the Clan MacKintosh, from their origin in the twelfth century, and of the Clan Chattan, with whom the Clan MacKintosh united. History Origins of the clan.

The Scottish Gaelic word toisiche means leader and can also be translated as chief. The seanachies of the Clan Mackintosh claim that the first chief of the clan was Shaw, second son of Duncan MacDuff, Earl of Fife of the royal house of Dál Riata.

In Shaw MacDuff accompanied Malcolm IV of Scotland on an expedition to suppress a rebellion in ct: Inverness. McIntosh, MacIntosh, Macintosh, or Mackintosh.

No matter what the spelling, we are all part of the same strong and noble clan with a rich history. Please feel welcome. - Explore moyasube's board "Clan McIntosh/Mackintosh /Macintosh /Clan Chatten" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Clan, Mackintosh, Scottish heritage pins.

The same authority, fortified by written evidence of a date only about fifty years later than Skene's MS, in a MS history of the Mackintoshes, states that Angus, 6th chief of Mackintosh, married the daughter and only child of Dugall Dall, chief of clan Chattan, in the end of the 13th century, and with her obtained the lands occupied by the clan.

Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Historical memoirs of the house and clan of Mackintosh and of the clan Chattan by Mackintosh, Alexander Mackintosh.

Margins are tight and print goes into or very close to the gutter throughout the book. Addeddate Call numberPages: Mackintosh. Clan Mackintosh is a Scottish clan from Inverness with strong Jacobite ties.

The Mackintoshes share a common history with the Chattan Confederation. Origins of the clan. Shaw, son of Duncan Macduff, accompanied King Malcolm IV of Scotland to Morayshire to suppress rebellion in In he was granted land in the Findhorn valley and made constable of Inverness Castle. The History of the Clan Chattan and Clan MacKintosh [Dickson, Bridget] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The History of the Clan Chattan and Clan MacKintosh5/5(2). History of Clan McIntosh Probably the earliest authentic history of Mackintosh is traceable to Shaw or Seach MacDuff, a Cadet son of the third Earl of Fife.

The son of MacDuff, for his support of Malcom IV, was awarded the lands of Petty and Breachley in Invernesshire and was. Discover the history and origin of your Scottish clan and family history with these fun entertaining and easy to read mini books.

Authored by our very own experienced journalist/historian these books describe the origins of your family name in a light hearted and informative fashion. Presents for. Clan History: Historically, the chief of the Mackintosh clan has most frequently been the leader of Clan Chattan, although there has been a long rivalry with the chiefs of the Macpherson clan for that position.

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Shop Chattan tartan fabric, clothing and accessories and discover their history. Clan Chattan are unique in history in that they were a community or confederation of twelve separate clans, each clan had their own clan chief but were united and are bound to a superior chief of the confederation.

Written by A.M. Mackintosh inthis page book is a comprehensive history on the history of the Mackintoshes and Clan Chattan. Among Mackintosh histories, this one-volume study ranks high for both its thoroughness and its authenticity.

It includes both genealogical and historical material, but it primarily is an extended account of the. Until the early 14th century the Clan Chattan was a seperate Scottish clan with its own chieftencey, until Angus Mackintosh, 6th chief of Clan Mackintosh married Eva, the daughter of Gilpatric Dougal Dall, the 6th chief of Clan Chattan.

Thus Angus Mackintosh became 6th chief of Clan Mackintosh and 7th chief of the Clan Chattan. MacIntosh Clan Motto: Touch Not The Cat Bot A Glove (Touch not this cat without a glove). History of Clan MacIntosh/Mackintosh: Traditionally the founder of this Clan is said to have been a son of MacDuff, the ancestor of the earls of Fife.

The name, in translation from the. Who we are The Clan Chattan is not a Clan in the usual sense. It is a group of Highland Clans which originally acted together for mutual security whilst at the same time maintaining their independence.

These include the principal Clans of The Clan Association The Clan Chattan Association is a unique society formed by and still supported by chiefs of the Principal Clans. Charles Rennie Mackintosh () was an innovative and influential architect, his works including the Glasgow School of Art, Queen's Cross Church and the Hill House in Helensburgh.

The Mackintosh clan motto is "Touch not the cat bot a glove" which is almost. The clan is dedicated to bringing members of Clan Mackintosh and all its septs (which consist of 38 family names) together to celebrate a common Scottish heritage.

This website is a free resource, an online community similiar to facebook that is. The following table is a list of chiefs of the Clan Mackintosh, a Highland Scottish 6th chief of Clan Mackintosh also became through marriage, the 7th chief of Clan Chattan, a confederation of Scottish clans that Mackintosh chief was chief of until Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet.

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