Lord Lovat - Clan Fraser

Clan Fraser

The Lordship of Lovat has for some time been linked to the Chiefship of Clan Fraser. The former family seat was Beaufort Castle in northern Scotland. The numbering of the Scottish Lordship used by Clan Fraser differs from the legal numbering in that it ignores the attainder of 1747—1854, with the result that the 16th Lord is termed by them "18th Lord Lovat".

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