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LAMONT, James (1828 - 1913), JP, DL; President of Clan Lamont Society

The Archaeology of Clan- and Lineage-Based Societies in Africa

REID, Edward (1901 - 1972), a Director of the Bank of Scotland, 1967–71; Hon. President, Clan Donnachaidh Society

MACLEAN, Fitzroy (Donald) (1835 - 1936), Grand President Clan Gillean Association; Hon. President Mull and Iona Association; Vice-President, late President, Highland Society of London; late President League of Mercy (Hythe, Kent, and Gravesend); received the Order of Mercy; Chief of Clan Maclean; DL, JP

MACLEOD, John MacLeod Hendrie (1870 - 1954), late President British Association of Dermatology, and Derm. Sect., Royal Society of Medicine; Consultant Physician St John’s Hospital; Consultant Physician for Diseases of the Skin, Charing Cross Hospital, Hospital for Tropical Diseases and Victoria Hospital for Children; late Editor British Journal of Dermatology; President, Clan MacLeod Society (Lond. Br)

Cayzer, Herbert Robin (1881 - 1958), Chairman: Union-Castle Mail Steamship Co. Ltd, Clan Line Steamers, Ltd, Cayzer, Irvine & Co. Ltd, Scottish Shire Line Ltd, Turnbull, Martin & Co. Ltd, B and SA Steam Navigation Co. Ltd, Houstons (London) Ltd, Greenock Dockyard Co. Ltd, British Ship Adoption Society, Caledonia Investments Ltd, Clanair Ltd, Clan Engineering Patents Ltd, Sea Lion Investments Ltd, Scottish Lion Ship Repairing and Engineering Co. Ltd, Scottish Tanker Co. Ltd; Scottish Lion Insurance Co. Ltd; Cayzer Trust Co.; Huntley & Cook Ltd; London American Maritime Trading Co. Ltd; Thompson Steam Shipping Co. (1954) Ltd; Hunting-Clan Air Holdings Ltd; Director: Suez Canal Co., London General Shipowners’ Association, English Coaling Co. Ltd, Steamship Owners’ Coal Assoc. Ltd, Ceylon Wharfage Co. Ltd, Thames Nautical Training Coll.; Governor, Commercial Bank of Scotland

Robert D. Miller II S.F.O., Chieftains of the Highland Clans: a History of Israel in the 12th and 11th Centuries B.C. (The Bible in its World).Ann E. Killebrew, Biblical Peoples and Ethnicity: an Archaeological Study of Egyptians, Canaanites, Philistines, and Early Israel 1300-1000 B.C.E. (Society of Biblical Literature Archaeology and Biblical Studies 9).

 

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Are comparatively modern institutions, unlike the way of life whose memory they seek to cherish. Gone are the days when most of the bearers of a clan surname were found ...

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