As soon as Buchanan heard these words, he knew that the King was there in person, and hastened down to kneel at James's feet, and to ask forgiveness for his insolent behaviour. It is preferable to speak of "The names and families of Clan X" rather to call a name "a Sept of Clan X". Partially reproduced in Clouston, J. Storer, 'The Armorial of Berry' Proceedings of the Society of Antiquarians of Scotland, Vol. The Buchanan family, being very small and of questionable heritage, gained legitimacy and protection; the Campbell clan … A NOTE ON SPELLING: There are many hundreds of variations in the spelling of these names. 4) Francis Buchanan, of Arnpryor, Lenny House, Callander. âYet go up to the company my good friend,â said the King, âand tell him that the Goodman of Ballengiech is come to feast with the King of Kippen.â The porter went grumbling into the house, and told his master, that there was a fellow with a red beard, who called himself the Goodman of Ballengiech, at the gate, who said he was come to dine with the King of Kippen.  Membership is by annual subscription and is greatest in the US, but as the organisation matures, new chapters are being established around the world, especially in the Oceania region.. Inauguration; Are you a Buchanan? More recent spellings include Buckanon, Buchannon, Bocanan, Buchanan etc.  (ClÃ¡r Inis).  When chiefly line is extinguished, the most recent cadet line to branch off the chiefly line becomes the new chiefly line. " For further details on whether Francis Buchanan of Arnprior was the chief of the clan, see the section below. The name Buchan is also considered a sept of the Clan … When he died in 1682, he left no male heirs. George was the father of four of Glasgow's most distinguished citizens: George Buchanan of Moss and Auchentoshan (maltman and Glasgow city treasurer and bailie), Andrew Buchanan of Drumpellier (Tobacco Lord and Lord Provost of Glasgow), Archibald Buchanan of Silverbanks and Auchentortie (Tobacco Lord) and Neil Buchanan of Hillington (Tobacco Lord and Member of Parliament for Glasgow district of burghs). Clan Colquhoun. Writing to Philip Webb on 9 Sep 1746, Lord Milton, the Lord Justice Clerk, said of Francis Buchanan that it would be of "more consequence to His Majestyâs Service â¦ to get rid of such a person than to convict 99 of the lowest rank. It was late, and the company were rather short of victuals, though they had more than enough of liquor. ArmsOr, a lion rampant Sable, armed and langued Gules, within a double tressure flory counterflory of the Second. , 7) Robert Buchanan, Jacobite Captain in the Duke of Perth's Regiment, son of Baillie Buchanan in Boghastle, Callander. He was one of "The Seven Men of Moidart. With the lack of male heirs, the direct chiefly line ended at this time. He also had an illegitimate son (Patrick). 17th â Sir John Buchanan, (Guthrie Smith identifies him as 13th Chief and Buchanan of Auchmar identifies him as 20th Chief) known for his frequent travels to foreign nations and other extravagances put the estate into much debt, married Annabel Erskin and by her two sons (George his successor and Walter). Hill, James and Smith, John (1835) "Memorabilia of Glasgow: selected from the minute books of the burgh, MDLXXXVIII-MDCCL", p 505, Glasgow, Cochrane, Andrew and Dennistoun, James (1836) "The Cochrane correspondence regarding the affairs of Glasgow, M.DCC.XLV-VI", p 107, Maitland Club, Glasgow. 1) Andrew Buchanan of Drumpellier, Tobacco Lord and Lord Provost of Glasgow (1740â42). He was born on Sept. 8, 1931, in Marfa, Texas. Clan crest: Sunflower turning to the sun Clan Buchan is a Scottish clan. (This might be described in heraldic language as, "Or, a lion rampant Sable, armed and langued Gules charged with five goutte Argent all within a double tressure flory-counter-flory of the second.") (Descendants of Thomas Buchanan of Gartencaber were excluded from consideration because the C15th documents that purport to link him to the chiefly line were demonstrated to be forgeries. This practice has given rise to the use of compound (hyphenated or âdouble-barrelledâ) names. The Buchanan Society is a purely charitable organisation established in 1725 in Glasgow, Scotland, for the needy of the Clan. David Buchanan, Royalist soldier captured at Worchester.  On the day of a fair where the Clan MacLaren were busy buying, selling and enjoying themselves word came that the Clan Buchanan were marching up towards them through Strathyre. He was the only son of Lillian Elder and Charles , The name is said to derive from Macauselan (meaning son of Anselan). It is against this interest that the Council's efforts are evaluated. After the death of Mary, he married in 1677 Jean Pringle and by her had a daughter (Janet). Killed at Culloden. Buchanan of Auchmar and Guthrie Smith commence their respective numbering of Chiefs at a different person, and describe a different order and number of Chiefs following Sir Walter 11th of Buchanan. 1443 â Marriage of Isobel Stewart (daughter of Murdoch Stewart) to Sir Walter Buchanan. According to ScotClans.com, the following names are considered associated names or septs of Clan … This marriage did not take place and the arrangement was cancelled.  Dr. Francis Buchanan-Hamilton (1762â1829) married Anne Brock and by her a son (John). Given the current Highland practice, Buchanan of Buchanan is likely to be the preferred contemporary title but for ease of reading and clarity, n th of Buchanan is used in the following paragraphs.  John Hamilton Buchanan (1861â1919) married in 1884 Phoebe Elizabeth Brock but appears to have left no heir. ", 2) Archibald Buchanan of Drummakill (alternate spellings: Drumnakil, Drumakiln and Drumnakiln), overt supporter of the Government, magistrate and militia officer. , During the reign of Donald Mormaer (Earl) of Lennox (1333â1365), and confirmed by the king David II in 1370/71, "Confirmation is of charter by Donald, Earl of Lennox, in favour of Maurice Buchanan, son and heir of late Maurice Buchanan, of that carucate of land called Buchanan with Sallochy, with these bounds ie Akehin up to Aldmarr [Auchmar] just as it descends below the water of Hanerch [Endrick], and the land of Sallochy, with these bounds, from Sallochy all along to Kelg and then it descends to the water of Lochlomon [Loch Lomond], to hold in fee and with the freedom to hold as many courts with jurisdiction of life and limb as he may wish. Robertsonâs Index for Charters of Sovereigns of Scotland, cited in Nimo, William. daughter of, great-grandson of, etc. In part this is due to the heir apparent not succeeding to the chiefship before he dies and chiefship passing directly from grandfather to grandchild. A petition to claim the chiefship of Clan Buchanan was lodged with the Court of the Lord Lyon in December 2016 and in August 2018 the Lord Lyon allowed the petition thus recognising John Michael Baillie-Hamilton Buchanan as the chief of Clan Buchanan. ", Sir Alexander Buchanan, second son of Walter Buchanan of Buchanan, led men of the clan in support of the French against the English at the Battle of BaugÃ© in 1421. The … For the first time in 370 years the Clan Buchanan will gather to celebrate the investiture of a new chief J. Michael Baillie-Hamilton Buchanan Chief of the Name and Arms of Buchanan and Arnprior. Subsequent condition unknown. , Traditionally, Clan Buchanan can trace its chiefly line back to Anselan O Kyan who was of the clan Ã CathÃ¡in, provincial king of north Ulster (and had his seat in Limavady, Co. Londonderry) who landed in Argyll in 1016. Sept: an affiliated or allied family which is part of a larger clan in Scotland. 7th â Anselan McCausland, (Guthrie Smith identifies him as the 7th Laird of Buchanan and commences his numbering of Chiefs from him.) The lion rampant on the field of gold within the double tressure flory-counter-flory alludes to the arms of the Clan chief and is the charge and tressure of most Buchanan arms. ' William Buchanan of Auchmar in his history of the clan, published in 1723, details a case that all cadet lines, except one, from George 15th of Buchanan to John Buchanan 19th of Buchanan had expired and on the death of the latter, the chiefship devolved to the cadet line most recently separated from the chiefly line, Buchanan of Auchmar, thus he, William Buchanan of Auchmar, is the chief of Clan Buchanan and that Nisbet is wrong in asserting that Buchanan of Leny is representer of the chiefly line. Dobson, David (1983). Aikman, Christian and Betty, Stuart Hart (2010) "No Quarter Given: The Muster Roll of Prince Charles Edward Stuart's Army, 1745â46", p 66, Neil Wilson Publishing Ltd, Glasgow. Future Septs Because the Lennox ‘family’ around the world is not large, to promote interest and activity in the clan, the Lennox Chief has indicated a willingness to consider accepting family groups with historical connections to Scotland as contemporary septs of his clan… "The Scottish Clans and Their Tartans". - Buchanan. However, the seal of George Buchanan c1557, 'Three (bear or boar) heads erased', is similar to the 1445 arms. In some cases, where the heir is a daughter, arrangements have been made so that her husband and children assume her surname, and thus the office and title can be passed to her offspring. On the wedding record of John Hamilton Buchanan and Phoebe Elizabeth Brock, 1884, Johnâs father is recorded as being John Buchanan-Hamilton of Leny. The Chief's Council of Armigers is an organisation comprising Clan armigers whose aim is to optimise the strategic leadership of the Clan in order to promote Clan interests globally with due regard for tradition, Scottish law, and contemporary needs and opportunities. A list of Buchanans serving in British Army, Royal Navy or other Government roles at the time of the Jacobite uprisings has yet to be compiled. There was no time to lose and the Clan MacLaren rushed to arms. The mansion house of Buchanan is now in the possession of the Graham Dukes of Montrose. The belt and buckle encompassing the crest shown, implies that is a clansmen or clanswomen crest, the chief's crest is encompassed by a circlet. Prior to the Chief's second marriage (1677), he had arranged for Elizabeth, the only child of his first marriage, to wed Robert Buchanan, son of John Buchanan of Arnprior, and in due course inherit the Buchanan estate and chiefship â a bond of Tailzie. The Buchanan clan motto is "Clarior hinc honos" (Brighter Hence the Honour) and the clan crest is a … Along with the inheritance of the estate and clan chiefship, there was significant debt. Alexander Buchanan, Buchlivie, Covenanter, was sent from Tollbooth, 12 Dec 1678, on St. Michael of Scarborough, to Themes for on forwarding to the American plantations. " Sir John was also a signatory to the Declaration of Arbroath in 1320. If the heir presumptive produces no heirs, then on the heir presumptive's death the office and title goes to the next younger son, etc., then eldest daughter, etc. At first the Buchanans were faring better and drove the MacLarens back. This brought his name in line with the subsequent Lord Lyon ruling on compound names. After the defeat at Culloden on 16 Apr 1746, the escaping William Murray, Marquis of Tullibardine, took refuge in the Loch Lomond house of Archibald Buchanan of Drummakill (husband of Tullibardine's cousin). "Prisoners of the '45.2.58," Muster Rolls of Prince Charles Edward Stuart's Army 1746.67, Public Records Office, London T1.328. Once upon a time when he was feasting in Stirling, the King sent for some venison from the neighbouring hills. During the Wars of the Three Kingdoms Sir George Buchanan commanded the Stirlingshire Regiment and led the clan at the Battle of Dunbar (1650) on the side of the Scottish Covenanters. In a series of articles (initiated by genealogist and author, Walter Malise Graham Easton, and extended by Alexander Wilson Gray-Buchanan) and public response (including from John Parkes-Buchanan) in The Genealogical Magazine vols 2, 3 and 4 (1899-1901), aspects of specific cadet lines of Clan Buchanan are discussed. Tried and acquitted on account of his youth. Many of these names derive from the forename or even the nickname of one of our chiefs or lairds. This grim warder refused the King admittance, saying, that the Laird of Arnpryor was at dinner, and would not be disturbed. cannot be chief of Clan Buchanan. It transpired that the sale did not proceed and the Marquess of Montrose became the owner of the Barony of Buchanan and it became the seat of Clan Graham. Public Register of the Lyon Court. It is possible that Scott, a historical novelist, simply embellished the facts for literary purposes.  Francis Buchanan of Arnprior married Elizabeth Buchanan, who was the daughter of Janet Buchanan, who was the second daughter of John Buchanan of Buchanan, i.e. , 11) Duncan Buchanan, prominent Jacobite agent and clerk to Aeneas MacDonald, the banker to Charles Edward Stuart in Paris. The Clan Buchanan. However, in the event that a future hereditary claim is made, it is unlikely that the claim can build off either of the two earlier claims (because neither were recognised by the Lyon Court); consequently, it will be necessary to detail the claim back to 1675 and probably much earlier. Prior to the sale, John Buchanan of Arnpryor had been the estate manager for John Buchanan. Description of arms: Or, a lion rampant Sable, armed and langued Gules, within a double tressure flory counterflory of the Second. Cadets can have their own cadets, e.g. ... Clan Buchanan Anselan, Bohannan, Buchanan…  The Society also owns the Buchanan Monument in Killearn, and the Loch Lomond island of Clairinch. He died in prison in 1651. The Septs of Clan Buchanan derive from the first Auselan to use the surname Buchanan, Gilbert, whose father had obtained the Buchanan lands, and his brothers Colman and Methlan, grandson Maurice, and great-grandson Walter.. 2. The Lord Lyon was satisfied that the petitioner: The reputed burial ground of the chiefs of Clan Buchanan is in the grounds of the Old Buchanan Parish Church 56Â°04â²06â³N 4Â°29â²04â³W / 56.068286Â°N 4.484356Â°W / 56.068286; -4.484356. , During the Anglo-Scottish Wars the Clan Buchanan fought against the English at the Battle of Flodden in 1513 where the chief's elder son Patrick was killed. In the case of the chiefly line of Buchanan, the first recognised cadet was Buchanan of Auchneiven and the last was Buchanan of Auchmar. The historic seat of the Clan is Buchanan Auld House in Stirlingshire. Buchanan of Arnpryor was ever afterwards called the King of Kippen.. (By last laird, he was referring to John Buchanan, son of Sir George Buchanan.)  These four sons were among the founding members of the charity, The Buchanan Society of Glasgow. NAS records show that by late 1679, George Grant had assumed the name George Buchanan, and that by 28 Aug 1680 he was cited as being Major George Buchanan of that Ilk. In the Armorial de Barry, c 1445 the arms of Buchanan (Le sire de bouguenal) are Or (gold/yellow), chevron checky of Azure (Blue) and Argent (silver/white), and the three boars heads erased and erect of Gules (red). ↑ Robertson’s Index for Charters of Sovereigns of Scotland, cited in Nimo, William (1817) History … Sir Walter Scott in 1830, cites Francis Buchanan of Arnpryor (alternate spelling: Arnprior), who was executed at Carlisle on 18 Oct 1746 for high treason for his role in the Jacobite uprising, as being the chief of the family Buchanan.  It is claimed that in Buchanan's Stirlingshire Regiment "most of his officers, and a good many of the soldiers" were of the name Buchanan, and that at the Battle of Inverkeithing a "vast number of the name Buchanan" died. Cornelius (Ed) (1890) ââThe Scottish Antiquary; or The Northern Notes and Queriesââ Vol V, June 1890, p 27. As a unified entity, Clan Buchanan took no part in the Jacobite uprisings of 1715 to 1716 or the 1745 to 1746 uprising. (Precisely what his services were and the meaning of "evicting the whole estate" is unclear.). (1985) "The Prince and the Pretender: A Study in the Writing of History," p80, Croom Helm Ltd., Beckenham. There are a number of Buchanan tartans of different shades, including those illustrated below, most commonly associated with Clan Buchanan; Weathered (Vegetable Dye), Hunting, Ancient and … , 10) John Buchanan, servant to David Stewart of Ballachallan in Strathallan?s Perthshire Horse. Clan Buchanan Heraldry. 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