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Rutherfurds of that ilk, and their cadets

Thomas H. Cockburn-Hood

Rutherfurds of that ilk, and their cadets

by Thomas H. Cockburn-Hood

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Published by [s.n.] in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rutherfurd family.

  • Edition Notes

    Genealogical table in pocket at rear of book.

    Statementcompiled from the public records and other authentic sources ; additions and corrections by C.H.E. Carmichael.
    ContributionsCarmichael, C. H. E.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18450003M

      An absorbing historical chronicle, Sarum is a keen tale of struggle and adventure, a profound human drama, and a magnificent work of sheer storytelling. Kindle Store $ Book Depository. Better World Books. Paperback, pages. Published June 23rd by Ballantine Books (first published May 7th ) More Details /5. Buy Ireland: Awakening New Ed by Rutherfurd, Edward (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(89).

    involved in a feud in (The Rutherfurds of that Ilk and their cadets (), in parts: H - T. Cockburn -Hood; C - C.H.E. Carmichael; T - J. Tait; M - Miscellaneous contributions pp. 82, ). Andrew Rutherford, a persistent Border reiver. In the Warden's court at Alnwick in Thomas Carr of Felton said he took 4 oxen about midsummer File Size: 1MB.   Like Rutherfurds other novels, New York: A Novel is a massive book. It would require dedication and time to read also patience for the story begins in the 17 century, during the Dutch colonization, to the 9/11 destruction of the World Trade Center in /5.

    circulation); The Rutherfurds of that ilk and their cadets, ; part I of The Histories of Noble British Families, published by William Pickering, ; and several large printed broadsheets of . The Major Rutherford Cadets in Scotland and Northumberland I. The senior Rutherford Family is called "of that Ilk" [meaning: of the place so named]. This cadet's name is spelled Rutherfurd. This family can be documented to the 12th century in the county of Roxburghshire, Scotland.


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Title and statement of responsibility on added t.p. for part: Supplementary additions to the Rutherfurds of that ilk / mostly by James Tait. Prefatory note preceding additions and corrections dated ; t.p. date, Rutherfurds of that Ilk, and their cadets; Description: Compiled from the public records and other authentic sources [by Thomas H.

Cockburn-Hood. With plates and illustrations.] (Supplementary 16 pages to the Rutherfurds of that Ilk. Printed by Mr. Hood and not included in the volume issued by him.). Shelfmark: Aa: Additional NLS resources.

Full text of "The Rutherfurds of that Ilk, and their cadets" See other formats. The Rutherfurds of that ilk, and their cadets Unknown Binding – January 1, by Thomas H Cockburn-Hood (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. Author: Thomas H Cockburn-Hood. IV men,whoonmanyoccasionssignalizedthem- selves,andfoughtvaliantlyagainsttheir enemiesindefenceofthelibertiesoftheir country. Therewereseveralconsiderablefamiliesof. Even though it was written between the initial publication of "The Rutherfurds of that Ilk and their Cadets" by Thomas Cockburn-Hood in and later additions/corrections in andthis book is remarkably untainted by Cockburn-Hood.

As the title says, the genealogy was drawn from "The Original Manuscripts in the Rutherfurd Collection". "The Rutherfurds of that Ilk and their Cadets" published in Edinburgh Alexander Jeffrey "The history and antiquities in Roxburghshire and adjacent districts" published between and by T.C.

Jack John Marius Wilson "The Imperial Gazetteer of Scotland" published in. Buy The Rutherfurds of that Ilk, and their Cadets.

Compiled from the public records and other authentic sources. With additions by C. Carmichael and James Tait. Edited by James H. Rutherford by Thomas H. Cockburn Hood, Charles Henry Edward Carmichael, James H. Rutherfurd, James Tait (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free Author: Thomas H. Cockburn Hood, Charles Henry Edward Carmichael, James H. Rutherfurd. Source - The Rutherfurds of that Ilk, As you can see from the two preceding references from Rutherfurd genealogy books, when discussing the death of Major John Rutherfurd all that I knew was that he died at the Battle of Ticonderoga.

I knew that it was during the French Indian war, but I wanted to know more. "The Rutherfurds of that Ilk and their Cadets" by Thomas Cockburn-Hood published 2nd edition 3rd edition editors: Charles H. Carmichael and James Tait Scott Ferguson and Burness Company "Family Records and Events - compiled Principally from The Original Manuscripts in the Rutherfurd Collection" by Livingston Rutherfurd.

Philip, younger of that Ilk; married (contract 12 Februaryand papal dispensation dated 9 November ) Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Walter Ker of Cessford.

He predeceased his father, survived by his wife, who married, secondly, before 23 OctoberSir Walter Scott of. The Rutherfurds of that Ilk, and their cadets.

by Rutherfurd, Family of, of Rutherfurd; Cockburn-Hood, Thomas The Douglas book. [With plates, including portraits, facsimiles and genealogical tables.] Scottish Family History. Created on. November 10 Tait thought he was the son of either Andrew Rutherford in Nether Nisbet or William Rutherford there, both involved in a feud in (The Rutherfurds of that Ilk and their cadets (), in parts: H - T.

Cockburn-Hood; C - C.H.E. Carmichael; T - J. Tait; M. [The Rutherfurds of that ilk and their Cadets,[T], page 26] Edgerston is an estate with a quoad sacra parish church in the detached part of the parish of Jedburgh, 7 1/2 miles south-south-east of the town of Jedburgh, Roxburghshire.

Here also, in old times, was a Border castle.". A general service of William Rutherford of Hall to his father Adam Rutherford of Hall was "expede" before Archibald Douglas, Janu ("The Rutherfurds of that Ilk and their Cadets" by Thomas H. Cockburn-Hood published in Edinburgh - )[also cited by WK Rutherford] Generation [#18] Robert Rutherford Sr.

Jedburgh. Spanning a duration of 1, years, this captures a large chunk of Russian history taking the reader on a journey, as they meet five families along the way. Focusing on the Romanovs, Karpenkos, Popov, Suvorins and Bobrovs, it tells their intertwined stories in great detail and depth, with great attention to accuracy too.

Using real life stories. "The Rutherfurds of that Ilk and their Cadets" by Thomas Cockburn-Hood publishedand "Sir Richard Rutherfurd of that ilk and his wife Jean Douglas had a son, James Rutherfurd I of that ilk, born about James Rutherfurd I died in battle before 15th July (The Rutherfurds of that Ilk and their cadets (), in parts: H - T.

Cockburn-Hood; C - C.H.E. Carmichael; T - J. Tait; M - Miscellaneous contributions pp. 82, ). Andrew Rutherford, a persistent Border reiver. In the Warden's court at Alnwick in Thomas Carr of Felton said he took 4 oxen about midsummer Children: Issobell Rutherfurd, Captain James Rutherford, Samuel R.

Rutherford, Rev. Tait thought he was the son of either Andrew Rutherford in Nether Nisbet or William Rutherford there, both involved in a feud in (The Rutherfurds of that Ilk and their cadets (), in parts: H - T. Cockburn-Hood; C - C.H.E.

Carmichael; T - J. Tait; M - Miscellaneous contributions pp. 82, ). Edward Rutherfurd is a pen name for Francis Edward Wintle (born in Salisbury, England).He is best known as a writer of epic historical novels which span long periods of history but are set in particular places.

His debut novel Sarum set the pattern for his work with a Notable works: Sarum. The earlier books had a great many errors which Kenneth Rutherford Davis’s book sought to deal with. The Rutherfurds of that Ilk and their Cadets by Thomas Cockburn-Hood, Family Records and Events from the Rutherfurd Collection by Livingston Rutherfurd, Edward Rutherfurd became a published author with the novel Sarum: The Novel of England, which although he wrote inwas not published until The novel went onto become a bestseller and spent 23 weeks on the New York Times list.

Below is a list of Edward Rutherfurd’s books in order of when they were first released.I really enjoyed this book, which followed Rutherfurds tried and trusted method of taking the story right to the beginnings of time and working forward.

I love the way he follows the fortunes of 5 or 6 families and at the same time letting us know the history of Dublin. I am not so keen on the pages of political history that accompanies the /5().