Angus MacFarlane read theology at Oxford and spent his working
life as a Vicar in both town and country parishes. Genealogical
researches led him to friendship with the author of Clan MacFarlane's
first history. This is is his third published work and the first
to be published by House of Lochar.
is a new history of this ancient Clan, giving its true place in
Scottish history. The author traces the Clan's origins and describes
its territories in Dunbartonshire and on the shores of Loch Lomond.
Fact and legend combine in the great names of the Clan and its
enemies, its loyalties and struggles through the centuries.
MacFarlane - A History" gives a simple and concise history
of the Clan in a highly readable form. In his text, the
author has chosen to devote a seperate chapter to each generation,
until he reaches William, the twenty-first Chief, who succeeded
in 1767 and was the last to hold the traditional clan lands. His
son, John, the twenty-second Chief, followed on in 1787 but the
estates had been lost. The direct line is traced until the death
of William, the twenty fifth chief, in 1866 and the author provides
background information as to developments since that time.
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