Source:Farquharson, Geoffrey. Clan Farquharson

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Source Clan Farquharson
a History
Author Farquharson, Geoffrey
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Year range 1480 - 2005
Surname Farquharson
Subject History
Publication information
Type Book
Publisher Tempus Publishing
Date issued 2005
Place issued np [U.K.]
Citation
Farquharson, Geoffrey. Clan Farquharson: a History. (np [U.K.]: Tempus Publishing, 2005).

Full Title

Clan Farquharson: A History

Description

A very thorough history of the Clan, with detailed chapters covering each branch of the clan, and each laird in each branch. It is rich in genealogical detail, with family tree charts for each clan branch included (which is very helpful, because the successions were often not neatly linear), and maps. An Appendix includes a complete transcription of the Broughdearg Manuscript of 1733, which is one of the fundamental sources for the clan genealogy.

Paperback, 309pp. ISBN 0752433229.

Contents

The contents of the book include these chapters:

  • Origins
  • Finlay Mor Farquharson
  • Coldrach
  • Craigniety
  • Castleton, Tillygarmond and First Monaltrie
  • Whitehouse
  • Finzean
  • Allanaquoich
  • Inverey and Balmoral
  • Auchindryne
  • Tullochcoy and Belnabodach
  • Corrachree
  • Tullycairn
  • Milltown of Whitehouse
  • Invercauld
  • Cadet Families of Invercauld
  • Monaltrie - Second Family
  • Broughdearg
  • Cadet Families of Broughdearg
  • Auchriachan
  • Cadet Families of Auchriachan
  • Allargue
  • Breda
  • Kellas and Haughton
  • Two Perthshire Farquharsons
  • Braemar and Ballater Highland Games
  • Emigration
  • Insignia
  • In Fiction
  • Placenames
  • Clan Associations
  • Septs and Clan Chattan
  • Appendix 1: Farquharsons in the Jacobite armies of 1715 and 1745
  • Appendix 2: The Broughdearg Manuscript of 1733
  • Glossary, Sources, List of Illustrations and Maps, Index