The Irvines and their Kin (pdf)
revised by the author in Scotland, Ireland and England; a history of
the Irvine family and their descendants, also short sketches of
their kindred, the Carlisles, McDowells, Johnstons, Maxwells, Gaults,
McElroys, etc., from A.D. 373 down to the present time.
A brief account of the Irvine family, County Fermanagh.
[With a genealogical table.] by Irvine, John, of Rockfield
The Irvines and their kin.
A history of the Irvine family and their descendants (1898)
Short account of the family of Irvine of Drum in the county of
Aberdeen - Wimberley, Douglas, 1828-16 (pdf)
James Irving of Ironshore and his descendants, 1713-1918 (pdf)
Irving of Bonshaw (pdf)
The life story of Alexander Irvine (1910)
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Motto: Sub sole sub umbra virens
(Latin : Flourishing in the sun and in the shade)
Names associated with the clan: EIRRYN ERWYNE ERWINE ERWIN ERWYN
ERWINNE ERVINE ERWING EREVEIN EREWINE HERWYND HERWYNE IRWING IREWING
IRVEIN IRWEN IRWAN IRUYN IRVYN IRUIN HURVEN IRVINN IRWYN IRVINGE IRWINE
IRWYNG IRWYNN IRWYNE IRVINE IRWIN IRVEYN IRRWING IRUYNE IRUWYN IREWYNE
IRRWIN IRVIN IRVEING IRVYING IRVING IRREWIN IRREWINE IRREWING IRRUWING
MACIRVINE URWIN URWING URWYNG URWEN YRWING YRWIN Glentulcan
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David Irvine, 26th Baron of Drum and Chief of
the Name, Chief, Clan Irvine. Photo taken June 2001