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" This is the belief of Mr Skene, who adds, " The history of the Macquarries resembles that of the Mackinnons in many respects ; like them they had migrated far from the head-quarters of their race, they became dependent on the Lords of the Isles, and followed... "
Burke's Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry - Page 816
1847
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The Highlanders of Scotland,: Their Origin, History, and ..., Volume 2

William Forbes Skene - Clans - 1837
...; like them they had migrated far from the head-quarters of their race, they became dependent upon the lords of the Isles, and followed them as if they...the clan. On the forfeiture of the last lord of the Isles, they became, like the Mackinnons, in a manner independent, and although surrounded by various...
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The clans of the Highlands of Scotland: an account of their annals, with ...

Thomas Smibert - 1850
...in many respeets like them they had migrated far from the head-quarters of their raee, they heeame dependent on the Lords of the Isles, and followed them as if they had beeome a braneh of the elan." We are asked to admit a great deal here on the sole authority of the...
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The Scottish Nation: Or The Surnames, Families, Literature ..., Volume 3

Heraldry - 1863
...ancestor of the Macgrcgort." This is the belief of Mr. Skene, who adds. '* The history of the Macquarries resembles that of the Mackinnons in many respects; like them they had migrated far from the bead-quarters of their race ; they became dependent on the lords of the Isles, and followed them as...
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The Scottish Nation: Or. The Surnames, Families, Literature ..., Volume 3

William Anderson - Heraldry - 1867
...the helief of Mr. Skene, who adds, " The history of the Macquarries resemhles that of the Maokiunons in many respects ; like them they had migrated far from the head-quarters of their race ; they hecame dependent on the lords of the Isles, and followed them as if they had hecome a hranch of the...
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The Highlanders of Scotland

William Forbes Skene - Clans - 1902 - 427 pages
...of the Mackinnons, and Anrias or Andrew, ancestor of the Macgregors. The history of the Macquarries resembles that of the Mackinnons in many respects...headquarters of their race, they became dependent upon the lords of the Isles, and followed them as if they had been a branch of the clan. On the forfeiture...
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