Historical Geography of the Clans of
By T. B. Johnston, F.R.G.S. and Colonel
James A. Robertson
List of Chiefs and
[Contained in the Act of
Parliament of that date, and not named in the roll of the Clans.]
Humphrey Colquhoun of Luss.
James, Earl of Moray.
James Stewart, son of Sir James Stewart of Doune, assumed the title of
Earl of Moray in 1580, on his marriage to Lady Elizabeth Stuart, daughter
of the Regent Moray. He was called the "Bonnie Earl."
Patrick, third Lord Drummond.
XX. Sir Duncan Campbell of Glenorchy.
John Campbell of Lawers.
Colin Campbell of Ardveck, brother of Sir Duncan Campbell of Glenorchy.
Campbell of Glenlyon.
John, fifth Earl of Atholl of the Innermeath line.
XXIX. John Murray of Strowan, in Strathern.
XXXIX. James, second Earl of Gowrie, and
fifth Lord Ruthven.
XLI. James, sixth Lord Ogilvie of Airlie.
XLVII. George, sixth Earl, and first
Marquis of Huntly.
LII. Alexander Chisholm of that ilk, and
LXI. George, fifth Earl of Caithness.
LXXXV. John Stewart, Sheriff of Bute.
LXXXVII. Archibald, seventh Earl of Argyll.
LXXXVIII. Duncan Campbell of Auchinbreck.
LXXXIX. Sir James Campbell of Ardkinglas.
XC. Malcolm Macnaughtan of Dundaraw.
XCI. Archibald Maclachlan of Strathlachlan.
XCII. James Lamont of that ilk, Inveryne.
XCIII. Colin Campbell of Barbreck.
XCIV. John Campbell of Duntrune.
XCV. Sir James Scrymgeour of Dudhope and
XCVII. Archibald Campbell of Otter.
C. Murdoch Macfie of Colonsay.
CI. John, first Marquis of Hamilton.
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