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Malcolm R. Innes

Lyon Clerk

Edingight

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Background Information

Employment History

Patron

Scots Independent Ltd


Director

Ceremonies


Affiliations

Orkney Islands Council

Fellow


SSA Gallery

Fellow


Deveron

Board Member


Web References(82 Total References)


River Deveron Salmon Fisheries Board - board

www.deveron.org [cached]

Sir Malcolm Innes of Edingight,


Edinburgh Academy - Senior School Prospectus - Alumni

www.edinburghacademy.org.uk [cached]

They were: Sir Thomas Innes of Learney (1906-10) from 1945 to 1969, Sir James Monteith Grant (10-21) from 1969 to 1981, and Sir Malcolm Innes of Edingight (51-56) from 1981 to 2001.


Macquarie University - Macquarie Coat of Arms

www.mq.edu.au [cached]

Malcolm R. Innes of Edingight, Lyon Clerk


Liverpool Scottish Museum Archive - Pipe Banners

liverpoolscottish.org.uk [cached]

Scots Heraldry: Sir Thomas Innes of Learney (revised edition - Malcolm Innes of Edingight pub.
This book, written by the Lord Lyon King of Arms who is the Scots heraldic authority, is generally considered to be the definitive work on Scots Heraldry although some of Innes of Learney's views on the nature of nobility are presently challenged. He is exceptionally prescriptive on the 'correct' form for a pipe banner. In practice, there is wide variation from the form laid down in this book. Malcolm Innes of Edingight, his son and revisor, is the present Lord Lyon (2000).


A R Ross Sculptures - Exhibitions

arross.co.uk [cached]

Sir Malcolm Innes of Edingight
R.C. Diocese of Dunkeld, Diocesan Headquarters, Dundee St. Leonard's School, St. Andrews, Fife


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