3 edition of Genealogical tree of the family of Burnett of Leys, with the collateral branches found in the catalog.
Genealogical tree of the family of Burnett of Leys, with the collateral branches
W. Kendall Burnett
|Statement||prepared by W. Kendall Burnett.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 86/5214 (C)|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||86127420|
17 W. Kendall Burnett, Advocate,Genealogical Tree of the Family of Burnett of Leys with Collateral Branches.() 18 Jim Fina, to D.B. McLean (Tucson, Arizona), 16 "Re: Katherine Arbuthnott, Jane Foys" referencing a TAG article. She's the half-sister to Henry Pierson, and to any historian who missed the fact that she and Henry had. The Burnett Genealogy and Family Tree Page Welcome to the Burnett Family page at Surname Finder, a service of Genealogy Today. Our editors have compiled this checklist of genealogical resources, combining links to commercial databases along with user-contributed information and web sites for the Burnett surname.
George Burnett, The Family of Burnett of Leys; With Collateral Branches, ed. James Allerdyce (Aberdeen: The New Spalding Club, ), pp. Family Spouse: Lady Eleanor Sackville. Descendent collateral lines also built many other fine great houses many of which continue in private hands today.. Researchers of this branch of the Burnetts should initially consider the book: THE BURNETT FAMILY OF LEYS by George Burnett LLD then Lyon King of Arms. Published in by the New Spalding Club.
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The Family of Burnett of Leys, With Collateral Branches: From the mss. of the Late George Burnett Paperback – Aug by George Burnett (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings.
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Or, on a saltire azure between two water bougets in the flanks sable nine lozenges of the field. XLV. Burnett Of Shethocksley. In the author's earlier notes on the main line of the family, he mentions other children of John Burnet of Leys, No.
X.,pp.namely: 2. John, married, and had a /5(2). The family of Burnett of Leys, with collateral branches: from the mss. of the late George Burnett by Burnett, George, Pages: The family of Burnett of Leys: with collateral branches Item Preview remove-circle Burnett family, Ramsey family, genealogy Publisher Aberdeen: Printed for the New With the collateral branches book Club Collection Inscriptions in book extremely light and difficult to read.
Inscriptions under picture opposite page runs off of the page in the : The Genealogy of Thomas Burnett Jr in ”The family of the Burnett of Leys, with Collateral Branches” by: George Burnett, LL.D., Lyon King of Arms And the later generation including my 8th great-grandmother Priscilla Burnett and her husband Samuel Fithian Sr.
The Burnett family, with collateral branches; also historical and genealogical notes on allied families and biographical sketches of various eminent Burnetts. Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. The House of Burnett is one of the most illustrious and oldest noble house in Scotland with royal ancestry that can trace back to both Scotland and England before the Norman Conquest.
The current members and their descendants of the Burnett of Leys family are related to 22 monarchs either by blood or marriage including. Full text of "The family of Burnett of Leys, with collateral branches: from the mss. of the late George Burnett" See other formats.
Sir Herbert Ramsay, 5th Baronet of Balmain, immigrated to Australia where he married in His grandson, Sir Alexander William Burnett Ramsay, born in in New South Wales, Australia, is the current (7th) Baronet of Balmain as well as the heir presumptive of the dormant Baronetcy of.
Since Bishop Burnet was a member of the Burnet of Leys family, this also makes our Thomas Burnet a descendant of the Burnets of Leys. In researching the book "The Family of Burnett of Leys, With Collateral Branches," by George Burnett, LL.D., Lyon King Children: Priscilla Fithian, Esther Leamyng, Mordecai Burnett, John Burnett, Dan Burnett.
The families which are included are the chiefly line of Burnett of Leys, the Burnetts of Balmain, Craigmyle, Kemnay, Crimond, and the Burnetts of Monboddo.
This, then, is a historical and genealogical account by Dr. George Burnett, Lord Lyon, and edited after his death to include additional archival materials.
Since Bishop Burnett was a member of the Burnett of Leys family, this also makes our Thomas Burnett (Senior) a descendent of the Burnett’s of Leys.
– According to a published book “The Family of Burnett of Leys, With Collateral Branches,” by George Burnett, LL.D., Lyon King of Arms,there are 15 Thomas Burnet(t)’s listed. The family of Burnett of Leys, with collateral branches. From the MSS. of the late George Burnett by New Spalding Club (Aberdeen, Scotland); Allardyce, James, ColonelPages: The Family of Burnett of Leys, with Collateral Branches Paperback – Aug by George Burnett (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings.
See all 18 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from /5(2). welcome to the official burnett website For all those associated with or interested in the name of BURNETT and its history and traditions throughout the world. The Burnett family is one of the most illustrious of Scottish families, with a history going back to before the Norman Conquest and a record of many distinguished members in the church.
There are already users and over 5, genealogy profiles with the Burnett surname on Geni. Explore Burnett genealogy and family history in the World's Largest Family Tree. Wikipedia biographical summary " Alexander Burnett of Leys (died 5 July ) was the Laird of Crathes Castle in the late 16th and early 17th century, being credited.
[FOOTNOTE: George Burnett, The Family of Burnett of Leys; With Collateral Branches, ed. James Allerdyce (Aberdeen: The New Spalding Club, ), pp.
] (NOTE: THIS CONTRADICTS HOW HIS ANCESTORS ARE LABELED IN THIS GENEALOGY AS OF JUNE ). The crannog may be deserted but the memory of the Burnetts’ first home is kept alive in the traditional Scots territorial designation of the head of the family as “Burnett of Leys”.
The crannog provided the Burnetts with security, and since the family was not politically ambitious, life was peaceful on the Loch of Leys. Since Bishop Burnet was a member of the Burnet of Leys family, this also makes our Thomas Burnet a descendant of the Burnets of Leys. In researching the book "The Family of Burnett of Leys, With Collateral Branches," by George Burnett, LL.D., Lyon King Memorial ID: View Source.
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Alexander Burnett 11 of Leys, Laird of Crathes Castle. John Burnett. Margaret Burnet. Margaret Burnet. John Burnet. PARENTS Spouse: Elizabeth Lumsden, Isabelle Johnston.The family of Burnett of Leys: with collateral branches [database on-line].
Provo, UT: Operations Inc, The House of Burnett (Burnet, Burnette, Burnard, Bernard) is a Lowland and Border Scottish family composed of several branches. The Chief of the Name and Arms of Burnett is James Comyn Amherst Burnett of Leys, Baron of are from Deeside, near Banchory, in Northeast the early 14th century to the mid 16th century the family occupied a lake dwelling on the Loch of Leys Historic seat: Crathes Castle.