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Lyndsay [Lindsay], Sir Davidlocked

(c. 1486–1555)
  • J. K. McGinley


Lyndsay [Lindsay], Sir David (c. 1486–1555), writer and herald, was the eldest son of David Lyndsay (d. in or before 1524), who held lands in the Mount, located just outside Cupar in Fife, and in Garleton, near Haddington in East Lothian. The identity of his mother is unknown. He had four brothers: ...

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