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Nisbet of that ilk [microform]

Robert Chancellor Nesbitt

Nisbet of that ilk [microform]

by Robert Chancellor Nesbitt

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Published by J. Murray in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementRobert Chancellor Nesbitt.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 86/6551 (C)
The Physical Object
Pagination322 p., [40] leaves of plates (some folded) : ill. (part. col.), coats of arms, geneal. tables, maps, ports. ; 27 cm.
Number of Pages322
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2289530M
LC Control Number86158014

Buchanan of that Ilk. LR 1/ SCAFE; GR; Lyndsay. Nisbet states that an earlier version had the lion 'degutted" Or. Scots Roll shows the lion 'goutty d'Or" (strewn with golden droplets). Cairns Gules, three martlets Or. Cairns of that Ilk. SCAFE & Nisbet: (Balfour's MS); Lvndsav Campbell Gyronn) of eight Or and Sable. Duke of Argyll. The Nisbet family lived in any of several places in the Border region of Scotland called Nesbitt or Nisbit. There were hamlets of East Nisbet and West Nisbet in Berwickshire, a village of Nisbet in Roxburghshire, a Nesbit in Northumberland, and a township of Nesbit in County Durham. These place names derive from the Middle English words nese, meaning "nose," and bit, meaning a "piece of .

That is not always the case We have Nisbet of that ilk and Nisbet of Greenholm was though to be a cadet branch both can be trace back to s but they have completely different DNAs Then you have Nisbets of Dean who seems to have forged documents to have proof he was from Nisbet of that Ilk. I wonder how many so called cadet branches are not then. Talzeour--Protocol book of Gavin Ros Ayr Lanark The original arms of Greenholm belonged to Murdoch Nisbet of the original Greenholm line who claimed to be from Nisbet of that Ilk which may still be possible unless John Nisbet of Braidley was a Greenholm relation of Margaret.

Murdoch Nisbet (died ) was a Scottish notary public in the diocese of Glasgow who created one of the earliest Bible translations into Scots. Living in the parish of Loudoun, Ayrshire, Nisbet's work as a notary public brought him into contact with local religious participated in a conventicle where he illicitly conducted readings of his translation. 1 A SHORT HISTORY OF THE MUIRHEAD CLAN Historians have noted that the family of Muirhead was one of the ancient families of the shire (i.e. county), of ing to Alexander Nisbet, in his book, A System Of Heraldry, published in “The Family of Muirheads of Lachop, or Muirhead of That-Ilk, has been.


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Nisbet of That Ilk by Nisbett, R.A.E. Sussex, England: Phillimore & Co, A very good second edition hardcover, burgandy coloured covers with gold writing to the spine, binding is tight & strong, previous owners signature on front flyleaf, no dustjacket.

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"The surname of CHALMERS with us, the principal family it seems, was designed of that Ilk, which had for arms, argent, a demi-lion rampant sable, naisant of a fesse gules, with a fleur-de-lys in base of the last, as by our old books of blazon, and our new Register gives to Monsieur Chalmers, Baron of Tartas, in France, since the yearas descended of the family of Chalmers of that Ilk.

Nisbet of That Ilk [Robert Chancellor] Rahva Raamatust. Shipping from 24h. Traces descent of the main Nisbet of that Ilk line from Kenneth II, King of the Scots to the 15th century. Should be used in conjunction with the extract from J.N. Dowling's manuscript, "The origin and early history of the Nisbet family", printed as pp.

in Nisbet of that Ilk. INTRODUCTION The Library of Congress collections include a very large and growing number of books in microform. This guide is intended to call your attention to a considerable research resource--in this case, books in microform--and give you some suggestions and other information to help you use it (See also Research Guide #16, "Using Research Materials in Microform").Missing: Nisbet.

The castle at East Nisbet has long gone, but at West Nisbet the original pele tower was incorporated into the east end of a magnificent new fortified mansion house, built by Sir Alexander Nisbet of that Ilk (c. ) in the s. Nisbet House still stands, with an eighteenth century tower (with fine interior plasterwork) added to its west.

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DNA Match Nisbet of that Ilk Captain Frank. It is likely that Adam was the Nisbet of that Ilk who received a charter from Robert the Bruce for the land of Knocklies with the feudal obligation of providing one knight for the king's army. Adam or possibly his son of the same name continued in royal favour, distinguishing himself in defending the Scottish Borders in the service of David II.

"Microform" is a general term used to describe the microfilm, microfiche, or microprints (micro-opaque) used for the storage of documents that have been photographed and reduced in size in order to conserve space or to preserve materials that deteriorate g: Nisbet  book. The last chief of the name of the family, in any of its myriad forms of spelling, had been Alexander Nisbet of that Ilk, the noted herald and author of a.

A System of Heraldry Alexander Nisbet Published A classic standard heraldic treatise on heraldry, organized by armorial features used, and apparently attempting to list arms for every Scottish family, alive at the time or extinct. So 'Nisbet of that Ilk' means 'Nisbet of Nisbet'.

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NISBET, ALEXANDER (–), heraldic writer, was son of Adam Nisbet, writer in Edinburgh, the youngest son of Sir Alexander Nisbet of that ilk in Berwickshire. His mother was Janet, only daughter of Alexander Aikenhead, writer to the signet (whose father, David Aikenhead, was provost of Edinburgh –7).

Microforms. Microform is a generic term used to describe formats containing microreproductions of documents and images. Microforms can be plastic film (microfilm, microfiche), paper (microcard, microprint), or a combination of the two (aperture card, a microfilm cell embedded in a punchcard).Missing: Nisbet.

Take a picture, it will last longer As books become old and begin to fall apart, librarians depend on microform to preserve their content for the future.

Tiny photographs on long strips of film (microfilm) or small cards of film (microfiche) are all that remain of hundreds of thousands of Missing: Nisbet. The original Nisbet of that ILK family, that c an be traced back to ,s.

and is represented by Chief of the family Mark Nesbitt Alexander Nisbet the Herald belongs to this branch. Also Robert Chancellor Nesbitt also belongs to this branch and wrote the book -Nisbet of That Ilk.

We also have many small DNA groups containing 2 or 3 people. Buy Nisbet of That Ilk First Edition by Nesbitt, R.C. (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. of Nisbet of that Ilk in Nisbet are not SURNAMES but PERSONAL DESIGNATIONS A proprietor was particularly likely to take his name from his estate, but tenants also often took their names from the estate where they lived.

Clearly many individuals, and ultimately of families, could originate in the same place, and take their names from it, without. Deeds 1 Feb Contract (NAS ref RD1 Vol v fol ) George Nisbet of that Ilk, "Brother sone" and heir of the late Schir David Nisbet, on one part and James Nisbet son natural of the said Schir David with consent of John Nisbet in Nisbet Mylne his curator and the said John on the other.Nisbet of that Ilk: a facsimile reprint by Robert Chancellor Nesbitt (Book) Descendants of Daniel McNair of Georgia, Jacob Miller of South Carolina, James Nisbet of Georgia and Robert Jones of South Carolina by Lillie Marvin Jones Humphries (Book).Nisbet of Greenholm, Esq., descended of Nisbet of that Ilk, eminent in King David the First’s reign,eldest son of Robert and Barbara Nisbet, who left issue six sons and four 6th Oct ; married Elizabeth Hogg, 6th August ; died 25th Sept.aged 75 issue five sons and seven daughters by his wife.