Clan Whitelaw: The surname Whitelaw, also seen as Whytelaw and Whytlaw, is of territorial origin, coming from the lands of Whitelaw, in the parish of Morebattle. In the parish of Bowden in Roxburghshire, there was also the barony of Whitelaw.
Grewar Clan Crest: Shortened form of MacGruar is one of the oldest recorded surnames in Breamar. There are a number of variations of the surname Grewar, which include Grewer, Gruer, Gruar, as well as older versions such as Grower and Gurir.
Newlands Clan Crest: Newlands, or Nielands, is also the name of an old barony in the sheriffdom of Kincardine, and in Peebles-shire a parish, so it may be the case that the surname is of territorial origin, however it is unsure.