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 Colville feud
Clans are a Scottish Highland tradition and the Colvilles (who arrived in Scotland about 1135AD) were of Norman origin and always lived in the Lowland areas to the North of the River Forth, beyond Edinburgh; so I have never considered us to be a "Clan" in its true sense.
Colville permission to establish the American-based Colville Clan Society which not only encourages those with surnames Colville, Colvin, etc, to engage in the adoption of Clans and badges, but happily displays on its web pages the Colville clan badge thus:
Colvin Etymology, Clan Colville, the Colvin-Douglas feud, and Colvin vs. Calvin.
www.newdce.com /Colville_feud.htm   (1179 words)

  
 MyClan.com : Clan Colville : Clan History
Thomas Colville of Oxnam, probably a grandson of the baron, was one of the gentlemen selected to accompany Princess Margaret, daughter of James I, to France for her marriage to the Dauphin, later Louis XI, in 1436.
A grant by E’stace de Colville to the Abbey of Melrose of the church at Ochiltree was later confirmed by Robert Colville in 1324, in a charter which describes him as ‘Baro baronial de Ochiltree’ – Baron of the barony of Ochiltree.
The Honourable Charles Colville commanded the 21st Regiment of Foot at the Battle of Culloden in 1746, and died in 1775, having achieved the rank of lieutenant general.
www.myclan.com /clans/Colville_23   (1179 words)

  
 Clan Colville
In 1174, Phillip De Colville was sent to Scotland as a hostage for the release of William the Lion.
In 1746, Honorable Charles Colville fought at the Battle of Culloden, commanding the 21st Regiment of Foot, and he obtained the rank of lieutenant general before his death in 1775.
In 1527, James Colville of Ochiltree granted rent of 40 pounds for payment of a Chaplain to officiate at St. Mary's altar in the church of Ochiltree.
www.electricscotland.com /webclans/atoc/colville2.html   (1190 words)

  
 Clan Colville Scottish Society Homepage
The mission of the Clan Colville Society is provide information about the Colville's and to have membership made up of people of Scottish/Irish decent bearing the various spellings and associations of the name Colville, including other families with Colville line ties.
The Clan Colville, along with its associated family's are large and all over the world.
The Clan Colville Society has received so many questions concerning the Colvilles/Colvins and its family names connected with it, Clan Colville felt it could better serve with an official Clan Colville Homepage.
www.geocities.com /clancolville   (368 words)

  
 Clan Colville Scottish Society Homepage
The mission of the Clan Colville Society is provide information about the Colville's and to have membership made up of people of Scottish/Irish decent bearing the various spellings and associations of the name Colville, including other families with Colville line ties.
The Clan Colville, along with its associated family's are large and all over the world.
The Clan Colville Society is open to all families around the world.
www.geocities.com /clancolville   (368 words)

  
 Clan Society Homepage links
Clan Colquhoun Society of the UK Colville Society
In an attempt to help those who are interested in locating other clan members or joining clan societies, we have begun to compile a listing of clan webpages.
Many are excited to be able to find a tartan for their family, or to discover that they are a part of a clan.
www.scottishtartans.org /clanlink.html   (368 words)

  
 Clan Society Homepage links
Clan Colquhoun Society of the UK Colville Society
In an attempt to help those who are interested in locating other clan members or joining clan societies, we have begun to compile a listing of clan webpages.
Many are excited to be able to find a tartan for their family, or to discover that they are a part of a clan.
www.scottishtartans.org /clanlink.html   (368 words)

  
 Clan Society Homepage links
Clan Colquhoun Society of the UK Colville Society
In an attempt to help those who are interested in locating other clan members or joining clan societies, we have begun to compile a listing of clan webpages.
Many are excited to be able to find a tartan for their family, or to discover that they are a part of a clan.
www.scottishtartans.org /clanlink.html   (368 words)

  
 Clan Society Homepage links
Clan Colquhoun Society of the UK Colville Society
In an attempt to help those who are interested in locating other clan members or joining clan societies, we have begun to compile a listing of clan webpages.
Many are excited to be able to find a tartan for their family, or to discover that they are a part of a clan.
www.scottishtartans.org /clanlink.html   (368 words)

  
 Clan Society Homepage links
Clan Colquhoun Society of the UK Colville Society
In an attempt to help those who are interested in locating other clan members or joining clan societies, we have begun to compile a listing of clan webpages.
Many are excited to be able to find a tartan for their family, or to discover that they are a part of a clan.
www.scottishtartans.org /clanlink.html   (368 words)

  
 Clan Society Homepage links
Clan Colquhoun Society of the UK Colville Society
In an attempt to help those who are interested in locating other clan members or joining clan societies, we have begun to compile a listing of clan webpages.
Many are excited to be able to find a tartan for their family, or to discover that they are a part of a clan.
www.scottishtartans.org /clanlink.html   (231 words)

  
 Clan Society Homepage links
Clan Colquhoun Society of the UK Colville Society
In an attempt to help those who are interested in locating other clan members or joining clan societies, we have begun to compile a listing of clan webpages.
Many are excited to be able to find a tartan for their family, or to discover that they are a part of a clan.
www.scottishtartans.org /clanlink.html   (231 words)

  
 Clan Colville History
Today, Lord Colville, Viscount Colville of Culross a member of the House of Lords, is currently the Clan Chieftain.
In 1174, Phillip De Colville was held as a hostage for the release of William the Lion under the Treaty of Falaise (1174).
Alexander Colville served in the navy, becoming a captain in 1744.
www.geocities.com /Paris/Cathedral/5763/history.html   (1311 words)

  
 Colville
Clan Colville Society - Resources, and information about members, visitors and families, including historical information about the Scottish roots.
Field Adventures: Alaska - Explore a hadrosaur bonebed along the Colville River on the North Slope of Alaska.
Colville Tribes - Article on the tribes' history and culture from the Encyclopedia of North American Indians.
www.findly.com /colville.htm   (1311 words)

  
 The Clan Colville
The title Viscount Colville of Culross is one of several titles held by this family and the current Viscount (the thirteenth Lord Colville of Culross) succeeded to the title in 1945.
The honourable Charles Colville fought at the Battle of Culloden in 1746, commanding the 21st Regiment of Foot, and he obtained the rank of lieutenant general before his death in 1775.
The town of Colville (population 5000) in northern Washington, U.S., is named after Sir Andrew Colville, who discovered and renamed a tribe in that region.
www.gatheringoftheclans.com /clans/Colville/colville.html   (398 words)

  
 Clan Colville Information
Copywrite 1999 - Clan Colville Society and Christine Alexander Colville
The Colville's married into the Lindsay family in 1402 and, as she was an heiress, we have been entitled ever since to wear the Lindsay tartan.
The estate at Culross was given to the 1st Lord Colville after the Dissolution of the Monasteries but there was no house and the family left after some 25 years.
www.geocities.com /clancolville/info.html   (681 words)

  
 Clan Colville History
In 1174, Phillip De Colville was held as a hostage for the release of William the Lion under the Treaty of Falaise (1174).
The title is held by this family and Lord Colville (the 13th Lord Colville of Culross) gained the title in 1945.
In 1589, Sir James Colville received the charter of the Abbey of Culross and was created Lord Colville of Culross in 1604.
www.geocities.com /Paris/Cathedral/5763/history.html   (1311 words)

  
 The Clan Colville
The title Viscount Colville of Culross is one of several titles held by this family and the current Viscount (the thirteenth Lord Colville of Culross) succeeded to the title in 1945.
The honourable Charles Colville fought at the Battle of Culloden in 1746, commanding the 21st Regiment of Foot, and he obtained the rank of lieutenant general before his death in 1775.
The town of Colville (population 5000) in northern Washington, U.S., is named after Sir Andrew Colville, who discovered and renamed a tribe in that region.
www.gatheringoftheclans.com /clans/Colville/colville.html   (1311 words)

  
 Clan Colville Information
Copywrite 1999 - Clan Colville Society and Christine Alexander Colville
The Colville's married into the Lindsay family in 1402 and, as she was an heiress, we have been entitled ever since to wear the Lindsay tartan.
The estate at Culross was given to the 1st Lord Colville after the Dissolution of the Monasteries but there was no house and the family left after some 25 years.
www.geocities.com /Paris/Cathedral/5763/info.html   (1311 words)

  
 Clan Colville History
Today, Lord Colville, Viscount Colville of Culross a member of the House of Lords, is currently the Clan Chieftain.
In 1174, Phillip De Colville was held as a hostage for the release of William the Lion under the Treaty of Falaise (1174).
In 1589, Sir James Colville received the charter of the Abbey of Culross and was created Lord Colville of Culross in 1604.
www.geocities.com /Paris/Cathedral/5763/history.html   (1311 words)

  
 Kyle Family Society
Today the Viscount Colville of Culross is the Chief of Clan Colville.
Coincidentally, William De Colville (the name sounds similar but is not known to be related) was granted baronies of Oxnam and Heton in Roxburghshire together with other lands in Ayrshire after the Norman Conquest.
www.kylesociety.org /Kyle_NameHistory.htm   (3939 words)

  
 Scottish Clan Chiefs
Lineage (of Crichton): Sir ROBERT CRICHTON OF SANQUHAR; m Elizabeth, dau of Sir John/William Erskine of Kinnoull, and d 1478/9, leaving, with a dau (Christian, m 1st Sir Robert Colville of Oxn...
Lineage: PHILIP De COLVILLE held Heiton and Oxnam, Roxburghshire, in the 12th century, and his s and gs added Kinnaird, Stirling, and Ochiltree, Ayrshire, to the family possessions; ancestor of:
Lineage: This family is of Norman origin, from Beauville near Caen; David de Boivil was witness to a charter in 1164, and Richard de Boyville or Boil held the lands of Kelburn, Ayrshire c 1275; continuous d...
www.electricscotland.com /burkes/chiefs.htm   (3939 words)

  
 MyClan.com : Clan Colville : Clan History
Thomas Colville of Oxnam, probably a grandson of the baron, was one of the gentlemen selected to accompany Princess Margaret, daughter of James I, to France for her marriage to the Dauphin, later Louis XI, in 1436.
As Sir James Colville of Easter Wemyss, he was appointed a judge of the Supreme Court.
The baron made donations to the monks of Kelso and in 1350 his charter to the barony of Ochiltree was confirmed by David II.
www.myclan.com /clans/Colville_23/default.php   (1116 words)

  
 Scottish Clan Chiefs
Lineage (of Crichton): Sir ROBERT CRICHTON OF SANQUHAR; m Elizabeth, dau of Sir John/William Erskine of Kinnoull, and d 1478/9, leaving, with a dau (Christian, m 1st Sir Robert Colville of Oxn...
Lineage: This is the senior stirps of the HOPES; the HOPES OF HOPETOWN, Marquesses of Linlithgow are a junior branch, descending from a younger son of the 1st Bt.
Lineage: Sir JOHN JOHNSTONE (apparently s of Gilbert of Johnston(e), of Dumfriesshire, who was living July 1249 and was probably s of Sir Gilbert Johnstone, who fl 1194- c 1249 and is thought to have...
www.electricscotland.com /burkes/chiefs.htm   (1116 words)

  
 Scottish Clan Chiefs
Lineage (of Crichton): Sir ROBERT CRICHTON OF SANQUHAR; m Elizabeth, dau of Sir John/William Erskine of Kinnoull, and d 1478/9, leaving, with a dau (Christian, m 1st Sir Robert Colville of Oxn...
Lineage: Sir JOHN JOHNSTONE (apparently s of Gilbert of Johnston(e), of Dumfriesshire, who was living July 1249 and was probably s of Sir Gilbert Johnstone, who fl 1194-c 1249 and is thought to have...
Lineage (of Anstruther of that Ilk): WILLIAM de CANDELA; feudal Ld (territorial baron) of Anstruther 1100 (at that time nobles customarily took surnames from their lands; one of the few to do otherwise was the abo...
www.electricscotland.com /burkes/chiefs.htm   (1116 words)

  
 Scottish Clan Chiefs
Lineage (of Crichton): Sir ROBERT CRICHTON OF SANQUHAR; m Elizabeth, dau of Sir John/William Erskine of Kinnoull, and d 1478/9, leaving, with a dau (Christian, m 1st Sir Robert Colville of Oxn...
Lineage: This is the senior stirps of the HOPES; the HOPES OF HOPETOWN, Marquesses of Linlithgow are a junior branch, descending from a younger son of the 1st Bt.
Lineage: Sir JOHN JOHNSTONE (apparently s of Gilbert of Johnston(e), of Dumfriesshire, who was living July 1249 and was probably s of Sir Gilbert Johnstone, who fl 1194-c 1249 and is thought to have...
www.electricscotland.com /burkes/chiefs.htm   (2562 words)

  
 Scottish Clan Chiefs
Lineage: PHILIP De COLVILLE held Heiton and Oxnam, Roxburghshire, in the 12th century, and his s and gs added Kinnaird, Stirling, and Ochiltree, Ayrshire, to the family possessions; ancestor of:
Lineage: UMFRIDUS De KILPATRIK; acquired temp ALEXANDER II (1214-49) from Maldwin, Earl of Lennox, the lands of Culchone or Colquhoun which lay within the territory of that Earldom and which his descendants...
Lineage-GEORGE CRANSTOUN, yst s of William, 5th Ld Cranstoun (see BURKE'S Extinct Peerage), by Lady Jane Kerr his wife, dau of William, 2nd Marquess of Lothian, and granddau.
www.electricscotland.com /burkes/chiefs.htm   (2632 words)

  
 Clan Colville History
Today, Lord Colville, Viscount Colville of Culross a member of the House of Lords, is currently the Clan Chieftain.
In 1174, Phillip De Colville was held as a hostage for the release of William the Lion under the Treaty of Falaise (1174).
In 1527, James Colville of Ochiltree granted rent of 40 pounds for payment of a Chaplain to officiate at St. Mary's altar in the church of Ochiltree.
www.geocities.com /Paris/Cathedral/5763/history.html   (2632 words)

  
 Scottish Clan Chiefs
Lineage (of Crichton): Sir ROBERT CRICHTON OF SANQUHAR; m Elizabeth, dau of Sir John/William Erskine of Kinnoull, and d 1478/9, leaving, with a dau (Christian, m 1st Sir Robert Colville of Oxn...
Lineage: This is the senior stirps of the HOPES; the HOPES OF HOPETOWN, Marquesses of Linlithgow are a junior branch, descending from a younger son of the 1st Bt.
Lineage: Sir WILLIAM BORTHWICK 1st OF BORTHWICK, Selkirkshire, of whose lands was granted a charter by the REGENT ALBANY 1410; Amb England 1398-1415; substitute hostage for JAMES I 1424x1427; commr to treat for th...
www.electricscotland.com /burkes/chiefs.htm   (2632 words)

  
 Scottish Clan Chiefs
Lineage (of Crichton): Sir ROBERT CRICHTON OF SANQUHAR; m Elizabeth, dau of Sir John/William Erskine of Kinnoull, and d 1478/9, leaving, with a dau (Christian, m 1st Sir Robert Colville of Oxn...
Lineage: Sir WILLIAM BORTHWICK 1st OF BORTHWICK, Selkirkshire, of whose lands was granted a charter by the REGENT ALBANY 1410; Amb England 1398-1415; substitute hostage for JAMES I 1424x1427; commr to treat for th...
Lineage: Sir JOHN JOHNSTONE (apparently s of Gilbert of Johnston(e), of Dumfriesshire, who was living July 1249 and was probably s of Sir Gilbert Johnstone, who fl 1194- c 1249 and is thought to have...
www.electricscotland.com /burkes/chiefs.htm   (2632 words)

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