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Malcolm R. Innes

Orkney Herald Extraordinary

Edingight

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Edingight

Background Information

Employment History

President

Scottish Genealogy Society


President, Fellow and Co-founder

The Heraldry Society of Scotland


Affiliations

Deveron

Board Member


Orkney Islands Council

Secretary


SSA Gallery

Fellow


Web References(121 Total References)


Scottish Heraldry

clanmacrae.ca [cached]

Sir Malcolm Innes of Edingight, KCVO, WS
Again, a template for the prayer is shown in Innes of Learney's Scots Heraldry. Good examples of how this system works are given in Innes of Learney's Scots Heraldry, Boutell, and Moncreiffe and Pottinger's Simple Heraldry. Sir Thomas Innes of Learney, "Scots Heraldry", revised by Malcolm Innes of Edingight (Johnston & Bacon, Edinburgh: 1978). [Use this if you can not get the 2nd edition.]


Scottish Heraldry

www.ramsdale.org [cached]

Orkney Herald Extraordinary: Sir Malcolm Innes of Edingight, KCVO, WS
Again, a template for the prayer is shown in Innes of Learney's Scots Heraldry. Good examples of how this system works are given in Innes of Learney's Scots Heraldry, Boutell, Moncreiffe and Pottinger's Simple Heraldry. Sir Thomas Innes of Learney, "Scots Heraldry", revised by Malcolm Innes of Edingight (Johnston & Bacon, Edinburgh: 1978). (Use this if you cannot get the 2nd edition.)


The Old Edinburgh Club: BOEC Volume 1 (1991)

oldedinburghclub.org.uk [cached]

Sir Malcolm Innes of Edingight


About the Veitch Historical Society

veitchhistoricalsociety.org [cached]

When members of the Society were in Scotland in 1983, the Society was presented with its own official coat-of-arms by Malcolm Rognvald Innes of Edingight, Baron of Yeochrie, Commander of the Royal Victorian Order, Writer of Her Magestys Signet, Lord Lyon King of Arms.


Maitland Family

clanmaitland.org.uk [cached]

Four years after this project wasinitiated by the St. Andrew's Society of San Francisco, its President William Campbell Blair presented the magnificent new Collar to Sir Malcolm Innes of Edingight, the current Lord Lyon and to the People of Scotland at a ceremony in Edinburgh in December of 1998.


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