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Claim of Dr. Francis Hamilton Buchanan of Spittal. (A statement of the claim of the family of Buchanan of Spittal to be considered the chief of the name.).

by Francis Hamilton

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Hamilton, Francis, Letter: to David Laing, 49 South Bridge Street, Edinburgh / Francis Hamilton. University of Edinburgh - Main Library, Edinburgh University Library: creatorOf: Francis Buchanan-Hamilton papers., British Library: referencedIn. Hundreds of messages corresponded between various officers of the British Raj are cited in this compilation running pages. On page 37 is a letter signed on 19th August by Dr Buchanan. He is none other than surgeon Francis who later changed his surname to Hamilton .

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  Small Claims Cases. Find his/her court cases that concern litigations and settlements involving smaller amounts of money and personal effects/property. We search these types of records electronically to compile the best possible report on the litigation or lawsuit between two or more people. Dr. Buchanan-Hamilton was a doctor with many talents, but his specialty was medicine and he was not trained as a linguist or ethnologist. Since the name “Rooinga” does not appear in any other relevant literature written by westerners other than him, the validity of his claim is difficult to judge.


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Claim of Dr. Francis Hamilton Buchanan of Spittal. (A statement of the claim of the family of Buchanan of Spittal to be considered the chief of the name.) by Francis Hamilton Download PDF EPUB FB2

Claim of Dr. Francis Hamilton Buchanan of Spittal; Description: A statement of the claim of the family of Buchanan of Spittal to be considered the chief of the name.

Edinburgh: Printed by James Clarke & Co., Shelfmark: Se.1(1) Additional NLS resources: Library. Claim of Dr. Francis Hamilton Buchanan of Spittal.

(A statement of the claim of the family of Buchanan of Spittal to be considered the chief of the name.)Pages: Claim of Dr.

Francis Hamilton Buchanan of Spittal. (A statement of the claim of the family of Buchanan of Spittal to be considered the chief of the name.).

Buchanan-Hamilton claim. With the expiration of the Auchmar cadet line and in the absence of other contenders, it is claimed that in that Dr. Francis Buchanan-Hamilton of Spittal, Bardowie, and Leny established his claim as Chief of Clan ct: Stirling.

Francis Buchanan was born at Bardowie, Callander, Perthshire where Elizabeth, his mother, lived on the estate of Branziet; his father Thomas, a physician, came in Spittal and claimed the chiefdom of the name of Buchanan and owned the Leny estate.

Francis Buchanan matriculated in and received an. Claim of Dr. Francis Hamilton Buchanan of Spittal. (A statement of the claim of the family of Buchanan of Spittal to be considered the chief of the name.). by Francis Hamilton 1 edition - first published in Thomas' son Dr.

Francis Buchanan-Hamilton claimed the chiefship of Clan Buchanan. In his Rambles Round Glasgow, Hugh Macdonald wrote that Bardowie Castle was "an edifice of moderate size, somewhat timeworn, yet withal wearing an appearance of quiet cosiness and comfort". View book: Buchanan: Claim of Dr.

Francis Hamilton Buchanan of Spittal A statement of the claim of the family of Buchanan of Spittal to be considered the chief of the name. Edinburgh: Printed by James Clarke & Co., Hamilton, Francis, James Clarke & Co.

View book: Burnes: Notes on his name and family By James Burnes. Book of Dumbartonshire [] Author: Irving, Joseph, Claim of Dr. Francis Hamilton Buchanan of Spittal [] Author: Hamilton, Francis, Printer: James Clarke & Co. Date published: Histories of Scottish families >.

John Buchanan, the last laird, sold his ancestral estate in to the Marquess of Montrose. From the Spittal and Lany lines of the family descended Dr Francis Hamilton Buchanan, who established his claim to the chiefship inbut his grandson John died inwithout issue. This line became, in its turn, exict inand, in the absence of other competitors, the late Dr Francis Hamilton-Buchanan of Bardowie, Spittal, and Leny, as heir-male of Walter, first of the family of Spittal, established in his claims as chief of the clan.

Buchanan's preoccupation with his public image pursued him to the end, and in the very year of his death he published a claim to his Scottish pedigree. Beveridge, H., ‘ The Buchanan Records ’, The Calcutta Review, no. (07 ), p. 4; Claim of Dr. Francis Buchanan, Buchanan of Spittal (Edinburgh, James Larke & Co., ) [BL.

i 22]. BUCHANAN, FRANCIS HAMILTON, M.D. (–), a medical officer in the service of the East India Company, author of 'A Journey from Madras through the countries of Mysore, Canura, and Malabar,' of a 'History of Nepal,' and of other works on Indian subjects, was the third son of Thomas Buchanan of Spittal and Elizabeth Hamilton, heiress of Bardowie.

Books contributed by National Library of Scotland. Claim of Dr. Francis Hamilton Buchanan of Spittal. (A statement of the claim of the family of Buchanan of Spittal to be considered the chief of the name.) by Hamilton, Francis, texts.

eye Dr. Seuss's Beginner Book Collection (Cat in the Hat, One Fish Two Fish, Green Eggs and Ham, Hop on Pop, Fox in Socks) Dr. Seuss Hardcover $ $ 93 $ $   John Buchanan, the last laird, sold his ancestral estate in to the Marquess of Montrose.

From the Spittal and Lany lines of the family descended Dr Francis Hamilton Buchanan, who established his claim to the chiefship inbut his grandson John died inwithout issue. The most recent one was on three persons who, starting out from Madras, contributed significantly to our knowledge of India — namely, Francis Buchanan-Hamilton.

Buchanan-Hamilton claim. With the expiration of the Auchmar cadet line and in the absence of other contenders, it is claimed that in that Dr.

Francis Buchanan-Hamilton of Spittal, Bardowie, and Leny established his claim as Chief of Clan Buchanan. Their sister Elizabeth then inherited the estate, and, having married Thomas Buchanan of Spittal, carried on the line of the family.

Her three eldest sons died without issue, and the fourth, the late Dr. Francis Buchanan Hamilton, succeeded. He was the author of. Excerpt from Catalogue of Heraldic, Genealogical, and Antiquarian Books and Manuscripts: Which Belonged to the Late Alexander Sinclair, Esq., Second Son of the Right Honourable Sir John Sinclair, Bart; Of Ulbster Buchanan.

Claim of Dr Francis Hamilton Buchanan of. Relationship of John Buchanan of Buchanan to Francis Buchanan of Arnprior. Photo by Scabd buchanan CC BY SA With The Buchanan’s identity now proven, the Telegraph quoted Peskett as saying, “As a clansman of the clan Buchanan, it was absolutely fascinating to delve into the history and ancestry of one of the oldest clans in Scotland.What's On Arts and Entertainment Millionaire stakes claim to be named head of clan Buchanan A Scottish landowner hopes to become the first chieftain of an ancient clan in more than three centuries.Dr Francis Buchanan FRS FRSE FLS FAS FSA DL (15 February – 15 June ), later known as Francis Hamilton but often referred to as Francis Buchanan-Hamilton was a Scottish physician who made significant contributions as a geographer, zoologist, and botanist while living in India.