by Printed for the author by R. Clay, Sons, and Taylor in London .
Written in English
|Statement||by Alexander Mackintosh Shaw.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 85/5293 (C) |
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (xxvii, 603 p.) : ill., port. ; 30 cm.|
|Number of Pages||603|
|LC Control Number||85114087|
Historical memoirs of the house and clan of Mackintosh and of the clan Chattan Paperback – by Alexander Mackintosh Mackintosh (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings/5(4). Historical Memoirs of the House and Clan of Mackintosh and of the Clan Chattan by Mackintosh, Alexander Mackintosh and a great selection of related books, . Original data: Shaw, Alexander Mackintosh.. Historical memoirs of the house and clan of Mackintosh and of the clan : Printed for the author by R. Clay, Sons, and Taylor, McIntosh family, Clan Chattan. [from old catalog] Publisher London, Printed for the author by R. Clay, sons, and Taylor Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of University of Michigan Language English.
Page: 47 Author: Alexander Mackintosh Shaw Title: Historical Memoirs of the House and Clan of Mackintosh and of the Clan Chattan Publication: Name: Date: ;; Author: Sir James Balfour Paul, Lord Lyon King of Arms, editor Title: The Scots Peerage Note: The Scots Peerage, Founded on Wood's Edition of Sir Robert Douglas's Peerage of Scotland. History Origins of the clan. The Scottish Gaelic word toisiche means leader and can also be translated as chief. The seanachies of the Clan Mackintosh claim that the first chief of the clan was Shaw, second son of Duncan MacDuff, Earl of Fife of the royal house of Dál Riata. In Shaw MacDuff accompanied Malcolm IV of Scotland on an expedition to suppress a rebellion in Morayshire. Clann An Toisich Chief: John L. Mackintosh of Mackintosh BA (Hons) Shaw Macduff, son of the Earl of Fife, was appointed keeper of the Royal Castle of Inverness around and received lands at Petty and in Strathdearn. He took the name Mac an Toiseach – The son of Thane (a noble acting as an official of the crown). The connection with Clan Chattan began in through the marriage of Eva. Thereafter the Clan Chattan, which developed into a confederation of what were later to become independent clans, was led by the MacKintosh chiefs, although their right to do so was unsuccessfully challenged by the Macphersons over the centuries. MacKintosh and Clan Chattan history is thus inextricably entwined.
Mackintosh endeavoured to secure his possession of these old Clan Chattan lands by obtaining a charter from his relative John of Isla, afterwards Lord of the Isles, who had been made Lord of Lochaber by Edward Baliol in , and afterwards by a charter from David II in ; but the Camerons continued to hold the lands, and all that Mackintosh. Historical memoirs of the house and clan of Mackintosh and of the clan Chattan. Author Mackintosh, Alexander Mackintosh. Published The clan MacGregor (clan Gregor): The nameless clan. Author Kermack, William Ramsey, Published Mackintosh, Alexander Mackintosh. Historical memoirs of the house and clan of Mackintosh and of the clan Chattan. London, Printed for the author by R. Clay, sons, and Taylor, (OCoLC) Named Person: McIntosh family.; Clan Chattan.; McIntosh family. Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Alexander Mackintosh Mackintosh. Charles Rennie Mackintosh () was an innovative and influential architect, his works including the Glasgow School of Art, Queen's Cross Church and the Hill House in Helensburgh. The Mackintosh clan motto is "Touch not the cat bot a glove" which is almost identical to that of the Macphersons and Chattan.