The Lynns, Linns, and Linds of Scotland and Ulster

Including these additional variant spellings

Lean, Lein, Len, Lena, Lenna, Lennie, Leyne,

Lin, Lind, Line, Linn, Linne, Linnie, Lyn, Lynd, Lyne, Lynn, Lynne, and Lynny

with a few occurrences of Lindesay and Lyndesay


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CD 5 - Chapters VI. The Mearns and the Grampians,
VII. The Highlands and the Isles, and VIII. Perthshire


Counties Covered: Kincardineshire, Aberdeenshire, Banffshire, Moray, Shetland, Orkney, Caithness, Cromartyshire, Inverness-shire, and Perthshire

Period Covered: Predominantly the 16th through 19th centuries, but includes some 12th-15th century records

Families and Individuals Highlighted:

(1) Rev. Adam Lind, Minister of Whitehill : 1 page
(2) Rev. Adam Lind, Minister of Elgin : 1 page
(3) Lynne of Pitmeadow : 3 pages
(4) Sir Thomas Lyne : 1 page

Other Surnames Appearing in This Volume:  Other Surnames


Also Included:
Numerous other Lynns (all spellings) in these three regions : 43 pages

Title page, table of contents, 8-page explanatory introduction, prologue, epilogue,
4-page Scots glossary of words and phrases appearing in Lynn historical records,
12-page list of sources for the entire collection of Lynn history

Genealogies Provided:
Note: The surname spelling used for each genealogy is that which is found most consistently for the family, but each family may have appeared sometimes with different spellings in the historical record.
(1) The  Family  of  James  Linn  and  Ann  Low  of  Forfar,  Inverarity,  and  Kirkintilloch,
(2) The Linds of Tarves, Aberdeenshire
(3) The Lynnes of Pitmeadow, Perthshire


Total # of Pages : 87                         Price (Shipping Included) : $25


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