Lady Saltoun

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Chiefs Of Clan Fraser - Two Chiefs Dispute
... On May 1, 1984, by decree of the Court of the Lord Lyon, the 21st Lady Saltoun was made "Chief of the name and arms of the whole Clan Fraser" ... According to Alexander Fraser, 18th Lord Saltoun, his family "continued to have their principal seat in the Lowlands, and those of the surname who remained in ... Fraser of Lovat, based in Inverness-shire." The Lady Saltoun is not a descendant of the Shimidh, the Simon from whom the Clan Fraser traces its lineage ...
Lord Saltoun
... Lord Saltoun, of Abernethy, is a title in the Peerage of Scotland ... until the death in 1669 of his great-great-great-great-great-great-granddaughter, the tenth Lady Saltoun ... Abernethy, daughter of the seventh Lord Saltoun ...
Clan Fraser - Two Chiefs
... On 1 May 1984, by decree of the Court of the Lord Lyon, the 21st Lady Saltoun, a member of the Royal Family, was made "Chief of the name and arms of the whole Clan Fraser" ... Many believe that this decree made the Lady Saltoun the chief of the Clan ... What the decree did was reinforce the Lady Saltoun's claim to being the head of the senior branch of the wider Fraser family, and granted her the use of the plain and undifferenced ...

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