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Ancient family of Cleland
|Statement||compiled from the records by John Burton Cleland.|
|Contributions||Cleland, John Burton.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||113|
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Ancient Family of Cleland; Being an Account of the Clelands of That Ilk, in the County of Lanark; of the Branches of Faskine, Monkland, etc.; and of Others of the Name Hardcover – August 8, by John Burton Cleland (Author)5/5(2).
Ancient Family of Cleland; Being an Account of the Clelands of That Ilk, in the County of Lanark; Of the Branches of Faskine, Monkland, Etc.; And of Others of the Name Paperback – Octo /5(2). Ancient family of Cleland; being an account of the Clelands of that Ilk, in the county of Lanark; of the branches of Faskine, Monkland, etc.; and of others of the name - Kindle edition by Cleland, John Burton.
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The Ancient Family of Cleland Being an Account of the Clelands of That Ilk, in the County of Lanark; Of the Branches of Faskine, Monkland, Etc;; And of Others of the Name by John Burton Cleland.
Ancient family of Cleland book family of Cleland; being an account of the Clelands of that Ilk, in the county of Lanark; of the branches of Faskine, Monkland, etc.; and of others of the name by Cleland, John BurtonPages: The Ancient Family of Cleland: Being an Account of the Clelands of That Ilk, in the County of Lanark; Of the Branches of Faskine, Monkland, Etc;; And of Others of the Name (Classic Reprint) Paperback – 22 April /5(2).
Internet Archive BookReader Ancient family of Cleland; being an account of the Clelands of that Ilk, in the county of Lanark; of the branches of Faskine, Monkland, etc.; and of others of the name.
Signatures of James Cleland of that Ilk, of Alexander his son and heir, of James his brother, and of Claud Cleland, appended to a deed dated The Ancient Family of Cleland.
An Account of the Clelands of that Ilk, in the County of Lanark ; of the Branches of Faskine, Monkland, etc. ; and of others of the name. Good Photo-copies of “The Ancient Family of Cleland” and “Seven Centuries of the Kneeland Family ” – $ each.
An interesting book “The Commissariat Record of Glasgow: Register of Testaments, (Wills) – ; and The Register of Burials in the Chapel Royal or Abbey of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh, – ”. Jane K. Cleland is on the faculty of Lehman College, part of the City University of New York. Consigned to death is the first book of the Josie Prescott series.
This book was an Independent Mystery Booksellers Association bestseller and was nominated for the Agatha Award, Macavity Award, and David Awards for Best First Novel. Excerpt from The Ancient Family of Cleland: Being an Account of the Clelands of That Ilk, in the County of Lanark; Of the Branches of Faskine, Monkland, Etc;; And of Others of the Name Avoid foolish questions and genealogies and contentions and (striving about the law, for they are unprofitable and vain.3/5(1).
CLELAND / CLELLAND / KNEELAND/ KNELAND/ MacCLELLAND etc. A small family with a great history. From our earliest recorded and therefore our founding father Alexander Kneland (c) married to Margaret Wallace was a priest, mentor and uncle to William Wallace the Patriot.
Title: Ancient family of Cleland, being an account of the Clelands of that Ilk, in the county of Lanark, of the branches of Faskine, Monkland, etc., and of others of the name; Author: Cleland, John Burton; Number of pages: pages; Language: English.
Through William I got information on where to purchase published documents on the Clelands (Seven Centuries in The Kneeland Family by Stillman Foster Kneeland inand The Ancient Family of Cleland compiled from the records of John Burton Cleland published in ).
In ancient Scotland, Cleland was a Strathclyde-Briton name for someone who lived in Clelland, near Motherwell, Lanarkshire.
Early Origins of the Cleland family. The surname Cleland was first found in Lanarkshire (Gaelic: Siorrachd Lannraig) a former county in the central Strathclyde region of Scotland, now divided into the Council Areas of North Lanarkshire, South.
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We are in the process of tracing our roots and I came across a familiar name, Cleland. My wife’s family traces back to a John Cleland born September 1, in Shotts, Lanark, Scotland.
He married Isabella Bell bornmarried Octo in Shotts. they had one son, William born Febru who married Helen Miller January A good source for this is the Clan website and the book, "Ancient Family of Cleland: being an account of the Clelands of that Ilk, in the county of Lanark: of the branches of Faskine, Monkland, etc.: and of others of the name" compiled by the records of John Burton Cleland, Hicks, Wilkinson & Sears, 4, Dorset Buildings, Fleet Street, London.
Amongst these distinguished surnames was Cleland. Research of ancient documents, including the Inquisitio, the Exchequer Rolls of Scotland, the Ragman Rolls, the Hearth Rolls, the Domesday Book, parish cartularies, baptismals and tax rolls, revealed that the first record of the name Cleland was found in Lanarkshire where they were seated from very ancient times.
Cleland is a village near Motherwell and Wishaw in North Lanarkshire, Scotland. As ofit has a population of about 3, The village has a strong coal mining heritage, and is a typical example of a working class village in North Lanarkshire and the Glasgow area. Due to its location, despite being at the heart of North Lanarkshire, the village is isolated, geographically and Council area: North Lanarkshire.Jane K.
Cleland is an American author of cozy mystery novels and non-fiction books in addition to being a playwright. She writes the Josie Prescott Antiques Mysteries series. Jane has earned both her MFA in professional and creative writing and her MBA in marketing and management.