The Lynns, Linns, and Linds of Scotland and Ulster

Including these additional variant spellings

Lean, Lein, Len, Lena, Lenna, Lennie, Leyne,

Lin, Lind, Line, Linn, Linne, Linnie, Lyn, Lynd, Lyne, Lynn, Lynne, and Lynny

with a few occurrences of Lindesay and Lyndesay


CD #2 - Dumfries and the Borders


Other Surnames Appearing in This Volume


Since M' and Mc both are simply abbreviations of Mac, Mac is used throughout this index, whether appearing as M', Mc, or Mac in the historical record.

Many of the surnames listed appear in more than one place and/or generation in this volume.

Where two or more spellings are listed together but are separated by diagonals, all spellings appear for the same individual.  One or more alternate spellings placed in brackets indicates known alternates but not alternates appearing for the same individual.  A question mark in brackets indicates only a possible alternate spelling.

Allan Hopkirk Neally
Allane Horsbaugh Neill
Anderson Hunter Paterson
Baillie Hyslop Plumar
Beattie Jackson Pretsell
Bell Jacksone Pulson
Beuglas [Beucleuch? Jardine Rae
   Douglas?]  Johnstone Rammage/Ramiche/
Boyse [Boyce/Boice] Johnstoun    Rammiche
Brown Kid/Kyd Robertson
Bruce Killin/Killon Robertsone
Cardy Lauder Robeson/Robison/
Catchen Lawson    Robson 
Charteris/Charters Learmonth Robson/Robsoun
Chrinston Lillie Rork
Clapperton Lindsay Sadd
Cowan Lockhart Sanderson
Cranston MacBurnie Sheerlaw
de Hay Malcolme Taylor
Douglas Maxwell Temple
Fotheringham Mellrose [Melrose] Tod [Todd]
Fotringham Millar Tuedie/Tweedie/
Furgrie Mitchel [Mitchell]    Tweedy 
Harron Moffet Waddel
Hay Moore Wilson
Hillson Morison [Morrison]  
Hillsop Muire  


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