3 edition of The Wardlaws in Scotland found in the catalog.
The Wardlaws in Scotland
John Charles Gibson
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Wardlaw is a first name and surname of Scottish origin. Wardlaw loosely translates to "watcher of the hill". The original Wardlaws resided in the Scottish highlands, hence "watch of the hill," where as Wardlows resided in the Scottish lowlands. THE SCOTTISH GENEALOGY SOCIETY FAMILY HISTORY INDEX W WADDLE 40 pages Copy of 'John Waddle and his descendants' by Kenneth M. Waddle, , containing much family data, maps and photographs.
Generation 4. Contact the author and navigate this site. Sir James Scott of Balweary, Scotland d Son of Sir William Scott 11th b and Janet Lindsay of Downhill, Scotland.. Married 23 June Elizabeth Wardlaw, daughter of Sir Andrew Wardlaw of Torie¹ and (married in ) Agnes Dalgleish.. They had the following children. Wardlaw. James Wardlaw. James Wardlaw (), of Abbeville District, South Carolina, father of Elizabeth Amanda Wardlaw Bonham Ramsey. Unfortunately, we do not have a picture of James’ brother, William, also one of our ancestors on the Burson m () and their father, Hugh (), were Revolutionary War veterans.
Hello! The Clan Wardlaw Association would like to invite you to visi t our genealogy/ancestry trees at: Our trees are 'America Wardlaws' and 'Scotland Wardlaws'. We would love to hear from you and add your branches into our tree, write and give us your info and we'll add you. The Wardlaws in Scotland: a history of the Wardlaws of Wilton and Torrie and their cadets Wednesday, February 25th, Source: Original data: Gibson, John C.
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The book "The Wardlaws in Scotland" has alot of information about the Wardlaws of Riccarton and Warriston. This is the original Warriston House, front and back. It is just to the south of Heriot-Watt University.
A very well preserved Wardlaw mansion house. The Wardlaws in Scotland: a history of the Wardlaws of Wilton and Torrie and their cadets. The Wardlaws in Scotland: a history of the Wardlaws of Wilton and Torrie and their cadets / by John C. Gibson. The Wardlaws in Scotland: A History of the Wardlaws of Wilton and Torrie and their Cadets.
The Wardlaws in Scotland: A History of the Wardlaws of Wilton and Torrie and their Cadets. Details. SKU: RP Media: E-Book: Publisher: Quintin Publications Collection: Our Price: $ Description. E-Book from the Quintin Publications Collection. This is an E-book offered by our partner. To order and download immediately.
Very Rare.A solid and attractive very rare large and thick First Edition book offering the genealogy of a distinguished Scottish family.
This big book has 12 illustrated plates, and the text is complete and the book is solidly bound, with the original publisher's binding; th pag edges are untrimmed and the title on the spine is in gilt. The Wardlaw lands were in Galloway until they lost them by siding with Baliol.
When King Robert the Bruce came into power the Wardlaws went to his side and he bestowed on them half of the Barony of Wilton, and they were of Wilton for over years. Clan Wardlaw, New Port Richey. This is our new version website and we'll be working on it as The Wardlaws in Scotland book go. Our original website was started Octoand at the time of this change had o hits.
The book "The Wardlaws in Scotland" has alot of information about the Wardlaws of Riccarton and Warriston. This Wardlaw stone is on the wall at Currie Kirk (church) where the Wardlaws were in the 's. The town of Currie is where Riccarton and Warriston are.
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Weaver's Companion The Wardlaws in Scotland. A History of the Wardlaws of Wilton and Torrie and Their Cadets by John C. Gibson. New Providence Church, where the Wardlaws went is located on the large James Wardlaw land ( acres), on the far right corner.
This is a sample of what is in my book "Wardlaw Chronicle" and what is going to be in the next edition, "Wardlaw Chronicle II".
WARDLAW, surname, one of the oldest in Scotland, the meaning of which is evidently a guard or fortress upon a hill, from the Saxon word ward and the Gaelic law, a hill of a conical derivation acquires probability from the fact that there are various places of the name in Scotland, as Wardlaw bank in Berwickshire, where are the remains of an ancient camp, supposed to be of British.
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Open Library. Full text of "Scottish Record Society. [Publications]" See other formats. The records of the Kirk Session contain a variety of documents which detail many aspects of the daily lives of all types of people throughout Scotland from the 16th century onwards.
We are pleased to be able to offer a search service in some of the records available for this parish. However, there seems to be no evidence of the existence of "Wardlaws of the Ilk." There is a place named Wardlaw, near Beauly which has existed as early as when it was recorded as Wardelaue.
As far the surname goes, Henricus de Wardlaw, was the first on record to use the name. My name is Diane Wardlaw and I have been researching Wardlaws for 50+ years, it is my passion and a very fulfilling occupation. I have written four books on the Wardlaws, one on the America Wardlaws and three on their ancestors in Scotland.
I have three trees on ; 'America Wardlaws', 'Scotland Wardlaws' and 'Black Wardlaws'. Lindsay. Origins of the Clan. The Lindsays are descended from Danes who had come to England between the 6th and 9th centuries. After the Norman conquest of Baldric de Lindsay became a tenant under the Earl of Chester in England.
In Sir Walter Lindsay was a member of the council of David, Earl of Huntingdon who became King of Scotland. Sir Walter Lindsay’s successor, either his.
It also reiterates the connection between American Wardlaws and Wardlaws in other countries. It would be nice to have descendants of James Wardlaw (C1; b. ), Joseph Wardlaw (C5; b. ), and Margaret Wardlaw (C7;b. ) participate in the project.
It would be really nice to test some Wardlaws in Scotland!Wardlaw Chronicle Vinyl Bound – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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