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records of the Pringles or Hoppringills of the Scottish Border

Alex Pringle

records of the Pringles or Hoppringills of the Scottish Border

by Alex Pringle

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Published by Oliver and Boyd in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pringle family.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Alex. Pringle.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination349p.
    Number of Pages349
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19542491M


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Records of the Pringles or Hoppringills of the Scottish Border by Alex Pringle Download PDF EPUB FB2

THE RECORDS OF THE PRINGLES OR HOPPRINGILLS OF THE SCOTTISH BORDER BY ALEX. PRINGLE, M.A., Published: Edinburgh, Oliver and Boyd, The Records of the Pringles or Hoppringills of the Scottish Border. (PDF Download) The Pringles of Fountainhall and Soutra.

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He can be contacted via E-mail: Introduction. The Hoppringills originated from a place of the same name, five miles north of Stow (A7 between Galashiels and Edinburgh, Scotland).

Pringles in North America Pringles in South Africa Pringles in Australasia Free Online Book: The Records of the Pringles or Hoppringills of the Scottish Border, by Alex Pringle, M.A., Published by Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh Also new research notes by James Bruce Pringle. The Origin of the Pringle Surname.

According to the detailed The Records of the Pringles, published by Alexander Pringle inthe surname Hoppringill, or Pringle, dates from the reign of Alexander Records of the Pringles or Hoppringills of the Scottish Border book of Scotland () and is one of the oldest names of the Scottish Border region.

It is a placename derived from a locale in the Parish of Stow on the right side of Gala Water, about ten. So perhaps the Pringles of that ilk didn’t die out, but just lost their lands. (See ‘Records of the Pringles of the Scottish Border’, pages ). This needs further research.

Are the Pringles a clan. Being from the lowlands, many people ask if the Pringles are really a clan. But yes, according to an act passed of the Scottish Parliament. Records of the Pringles or Hoppringills of the Scottish Border, by Alex Pringle.

The Memoirs of Walter Pringle of Greenknow. Has an Appendix containing the genealogies of: The Pringles of Galashiels, The Pringles of Craiglatch and Newhall, The Pringles of Stitchel, The Pringles of Greenknowe, The Pringles of Whytbank, The Pringles of Torwoodlee.

Alexander Pringle in his book ‘The Records of the Pringles or Hoppringills of the Scottish Border NOTE (by Alex Pringle, in his book ‘The Records of the Pringles’) Reference must be made to the early genealogists, Mackenzie, Nesbit, Douglas, and Robertson.

Most of their fictitious statements with regard to the early Hoppringills have. Armigerous Clans - From Melville to Young THE RECORDS OF THE PRINGLES OR HOPPRINGILLS OF THE SCOTTISH BORDER Boece tells the legend that during the Wars of Scottish Independence William of Rule saved King Robert the Bruce by wrestling.

Download the online book: ‘Select remains of John Alexander Pringle, Esq () ’. Lineage of the Pringles of Whytbank: Robert Hoppringle, 1 st of Smailholm, squire to Archibald, 4th Earl of Douglas, and Duke of Touraine, built Smailholm Tower, was at the Battle of Otterburnand was killed with the Earl at the Battle of Verneuil in Normandy, 24 Augleaving issue.

Pringle of Whytbank and Yair. The lands of Whytbank were acquired by James Pringle in James was the son of the then current head of the Smailholm branch of the family, David Hoppringill. The lands of Yair were sold to creditors in the early s, but then repurchased and a new mansion built on them in by Alexander Pringle of Whytbank.

Pringle, A. (), The Records of the Pringles or Hoppringills of the Scottish Border, Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd. Google Scholar Samkin, J.G.

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The Hoppringles of that ilk, afterwards the Pringles of Torsonce, on Gala Water, were the Chiefs of the clan and the senior branch of the family. The last Clan Chief was John Hoppringle of that Ilk and Torsonce, who died on 21st December His only daughter, TorsonceMargaret, married Gilbert Pringle, 2nd son of the 2nd Baronet of Stitchell.

The Records of the East India College. Hailebury and Other Institutions, Her Majesty’s Stationery Office. The Records of the Pringles or Hoppringills of the Scottish Border, Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd. The Rise of : Grant Samkin.

The Origin of the Pringle Name. Origin of The Pringle Surname According to the detailed The Records of the Pringles, published by Alexander Pringle inthe surname Hoppringill, or Pringle, dates from the reign of Alexander III of Scotland () and is one of the oldest names of the Scottish Border region.

It is a placename derived from a locale in the Parish of Stow on the right side. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The transfer of accounting technology to the southern hemisphere during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries has been considered previously by Author: Grant Samkin.