|Statement||by William Fraser.|
|LC Classifications||CS479 W45 1888|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||60|
I. Memoirs | Page ; II. Charters | Page Facebook. Twitter. Email. Copy and paste one of these options to share this book elsewhere. Link to this page view Link to the book Embed a mini Book Reader 1 page 2 pages Open to this page? Finished. Memorials of the family of Wemyss of Wemyss. Memorials of the family of Wemyss of Wemyss ← Back to. The house of Wemyss by Wemyss-Kessler, John Sir, , Heritage Books edition, in EnglishPages: Full text of "Memorials of the family of Wemyss of Wemyss" See other formats. Title: Memoirs Of Sir Wemyss Reid Websters, Author: Darci Lovering, Name: Memoirs Of Sir Wemyss Reid Websters, Length: 6 pages, Page: 1, .
WEMYSS Earl of WEMYSS. AS the descent of the noble and illustri∣ous family of Wemyss, from the anci∣ent earls of Fife, is instructed by charters in our public records, and other authentic do∣cuments, still preserved in the family, and mentioned by several historians, to these we refer our readers, * and shall here only give a brief account of the origin of their sirname, which, like many. WEMYSS, JAMES (?–), master-gunner of England and general of the artillery in Scotland, born about , belonged to the Fifeshire family of this name, which is now represented by the Earl of Wemyss. He was descended from James Wemyss, second son of Sir David Wemyss of Wemyss (–). The family originally owned both Methil and the ancient Wemyss Castle in Fife; it was at Wemyss Castle that Mary Queen of Scots first met Lord Darnley in Memorials of the Family of Wemyss. Memorials of the Family of Wemyss, William Fraser. Memorials of the family of Wemyss in three volumes, detailing memoirs, charters and correspondence respectively.
I. Memoirs -- II. Charters -- III. Correspondence. Memorials of the family of Wemyss of Wemyss by Fraser, William, Sir, Publication date Topics Weems family, Manuscripts, genealogy Notes. This is a bound photocopy. Due to the copying process, pages are skewed. Also, the paper used in this photocopy is pale green in color. The Wemyss family was noted in the developing history of the Scotch whisky industry during the 19th century when John Haig built his first distillery, Cameron Bridge, now the largest spirit producing distillery in Europe, on Wemyss family land. A new church and halls were dedicated on the 18 December In East Wemyss St George's established a union with the congregation of West Wemyss St Adrian's, under the name of Wemyss St Adrian's and St George's, and further union followed in with Wemyss St Mary's-by-the-sea, under the name of Wemyss Church of Scotland. Memorials of the family of Wemyss of Wemyss Item Preview remove-circle I. Memoirs -- II. Charters -- III. Correspondence 16 Notes. This is a photocopied book. Photocopy lines and markings appear in the scanning. The top of the Title page was cut off during the photocopy process. Some pages may be photocopied and bound into the book crooked.