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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.

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.

Schaw Clan Crest : Clan Schaw is a Lowland clan, and is of territorial origin. It is not connected at all to the Highland Clan Shaw.

Schaw Clan Crest : Clan Schaw is a Lowland clan, and is of territorial origin. It is not connected at all to the Highland Clan Shaw.

Clan Wauchope Crest: The surname Wauchope is of territorial origin, coming from the district of Wauchopedale in the parish of Langholm in Dumfriesshire.

Clan Wauchope Crest: The surname Wauchope is of territorial origin, coming from the district of Wauchopedale in the parish of Langholm in Dumfriesshire.

Bain Crest: The Clan Bain has no connection with MacBain or MacBean. In fact the clan is closely associated with Clan MacKay in the far North West of Scotland.

Bain Crest: The Clan Bain has no connection with MacBain or MacBean. In fact the clan is closely associated with Clan MacKay in the far North West of Scotland.

Polwarth Clan Crest: The surname Polwarth comes from lands of the same name, within the parish, also of the same name in Berwickshire.

Polwarth Clan Crest: The surname Polwarth comes from lands of the same name, within the parish, also of the same name in Berwickshire.

Pentland Clan Crest: The surname Pentland was taken from an ancient, but suppressed parish of the same name in Midlothian.

Pentland Clan Crest: The surname Pentland was taken from an ancient, but suppressed parish of the same name in Midlothian.

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.

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.

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.

Roberton Clan Crest: The surname Roberton is of territorial origin, coming from the ancient manor of the same name, now in the parish of Roberton in Lanarkshire.

Roberton Clan Crest: The surname Roberton is of territorial origin, coming from the ancient manor of the same name, now in the parish of Roberton in Lanarkshire.

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