The Brown Ancestry

Parents
The very first record of the family name Brown was found in Cumberland, where the Brown family was seated from very early times, having been granted lands by Duke William of Normandy, their liege Lord, for their distinguished assistance at the Battle of Hastings in 1066
The Brown Coat of Arms


The Brown Family Tartans

The Brown Clan

Brown Clan Crest

Sept to the Lamont Clan

Lamont Clan Crest

Sept to the Macmillan Clan

Macmillan Clan Crest
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The very first record of the family name Chalinder was found in Perthshire where they were seated from very ancient times
The Chalinder Coat of Arms


The Chalinder Family Tartans

Perth District
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Grand Parents
The very first record of the family name Dodds was found in Cheshire where they were seated from very ancient times
The Dodds Coat of Arms


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he very first record of the family name Hardy was found in Lanarkshire where they were seated from very ancient times
The Hardy Coat of Arms


The Hardy Family Tartans

Sept to the Farquharson Clan

Farquharson Clan Crest
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Great Grand Parents
Stoves is of Boernician decent. Of pre 7th century origins.
The Stoves Coat of Arms


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The very first record of the family name Hill was found in Worcestershire, where one line is descended from the De Montes of Castlemorton in Worcestershire.
The Hill Coat of Arms


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This is an Anglo-Scottish surname. It is a patronymic and diminutive form of the original personal name Hugh, itself Norman-French, but of pre 7th century Old German origins.
The Hutchinson Coat of Arms


The Hutchinson Family Tartans

Sept to the Macdonald of the Isles Clan

Macdonald Clan Crest
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2nd Great Grand Parents
The very first record of the family name Gallon was found in Tuscany Italy
The Gallon Coat of Arms


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The very first record of the family name Ebdon was found in Yorkshire where they were seated from early times
The Ebdon Coat of Arms


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3rd Great Grand Parents
This is an Anglo-Scottish surname. It is a patronymic and diminutive form of the original personal name Hugh, itself Norman-French, but of pre 7th century Old German origins.
The Thompson Coat of Arms


The Thompson Family Tartans

Sept to the Campbell Clan

Campbell Clan Crest

Sept to the Macthomas Clan

Macthomas Clan Crest
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The very first record of the family name Allinson was found in the county of Lanarkshire, where they acquired some time before 1300 the territories of their family seat at Loupe
The Allinson Coat of Arms


The Allinson Family Tartans

Lanark District
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4th Great Grand Parents
The very first record of the family name Platts was found in Lancashire where they were seated from early times
The Adler Coat of Arms


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