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Kerr Clan Crest: The vikings termed marsh dwellers “kjrr”. When their descendants arrived in Britain from Normandy with William the Conqueror the term had become a name with the forms Ker and Kerr, also Carr and Carre.

Kerr Clan Crest: The vikings termed marsh dwellers “kjrr”. When their descendants arrived in Britain from Normandy with William the Conqueror the term had become a name with the forms Ker and Kerr, also Carr and Carre.

MacLaine od Lochbuie Clan Crest: Descending from the royal house of Lorn through Gillean of the Battle-Axe, the MacLean clan possessed extensive lands in Mull.

MacLaine od Lochbuie Clan Crest: Descending from the royal house of Lorn through Gillean of the Battle-Axe, the MacLean clan possessed extensive lands in Mull.

Forrester Clan Crest: Derived from the name of the ‘forest keeper’. Archebaldus Forestar witnessed a grant by Gillemor filius Gilleconel to the church of Leshmagow in 1444, and in 1190 William Forestarius’s house was one of the boundaries of the lands of the church of Molle.

Forrester Clan Crest: Derived from the name of the ‘forest keeper’. Archebaldus Forestar witnessed a grant by Gillemor filius Gilleconel to the church of Leshmagow in 1444, and in 1190 William Forestarius’s house was one of the boundaries of the lands of the church of Molle.

Baird Clan Crest. First appears in husband's family on paternal side, Lydia Baird, 5th great, married a Craig. Baird ancestors came to New Jersey from Midothian, Scotland.

Baird Clan Crest. First appears in husband's family on paternal side, Lydia Baird, 5th great, married a Craig. Baird ancestors came to New Jersey from Midothian, Scotland.

MacLaren Clan Crest: The name of the clan MacLaren is known in Gaelic as “Clann mhic Labhrainn”.

MacLaren Clan Crest: The name of the clan MacLaren is known in Gaelic as “Clann mhic Labhrainn”.

Dewar Clan Crest: The Dewar’s are known to have first settled in an area to the south east of Edinburgh, Legend has it that they were awarded the lands for killing a wolf who had been terrorising the area.

Dewar Clan Crest: The Dewar’s are known to have first settled in an area to the south east of Edinburgh, Legend has it that they were awarded the lands for killing a wolf who had been terrorising the area.

Abernethy Clan Crest: The earliest record of this name is that of an abbott of the Strathearn Monastery of Abernethy in Perthshire in the 12th century. His son was Orm de Abernethy

Abernethy Clan Crest: The earliest record of this name is that of an abbott of the Strathearn Monastery of Abernethy in Perthshire in the 12th century. His son was Orm de Abernethy

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