Scrymgeour

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Earl Of Dundee - Royal Standard Bearer of Scotland (1107)
... was not claimed by anyone until 1820, when Henry Scrymgeour-Wedderburn claimed the right to act as such an officer at the coronation of George IV ... The Privy Council did not grant Scrymgeour-Wedderburn the authority to appear at the coronation (which was granted to the 8th Earl of Lauderdale) ... This was successfully confirmed by Henry Scrymgeour, de jure 10th Earl of Dundee, in 1902 ...
Clan Scrymgeour - History - 18th Century
... The grandson of the rightful John Scrymgeour of Kirkton, David Scrymgeour of Birkhill, Sherriff of Inverness married Cathrine, daughter of Sir Alexander Wedderburn of ... Therefore the Scrymgeours gained the Clan Wedderburn family's title and estates ... The Scrymgeour family continued to assert their rights to their ancient titles which were taken from them ...
Clan Scrymgeour - History - Wars of Scottish Independence
... During the Wars of Scottish Independence the Clan Scrymgeour were supporters of Sir William Wallace ... At this time the chief of the clan was Alexander Scrymgeour he was later captured by the English and hanged in Newcastle in 1306 on the direct orders of King Edward I of ... He was succeeded by another Alexander Scrymgeour who rode as royal banner bearer when the clan fought at the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314 ...
Bearer Of The Royal Banner
... In 1298 Alexander Scrymgeour was granted the office of Constable of Dundee for the service of carrying the royal banner in the army of Scotland, and in 1324 Robert I ... office until the death in 1668 of John Scrymgeour, Earl of Dundee, whose estates and heritable offices, deemed to have fallen to the king as ultimus haeres, were regranted to Charles Maitland, later ... at the Coronation of George IV, but in the following year Henry Scrymgeour-Wedderburn carried the royal banner at Holyroodhouse during the King's visit ...
Clan Scrymgeour - History - 16th Century & Anglo-Scottish Wars
... century during the Anglo-Scottish Wars the Clan Scrymgeour fought against the English at the Battle of Flodden Field in 1513 ... As the chief was just an infant the clan was led by his nephew, John Scrymgeour ... lands, privileges and titles being destined to his male heirs bearing the name of Scrymgeour ...