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Grant family of Freuchielocked

(per. 1485–1622)
  • R. W. Munro
  •  and Jean Munro


Grant family of Freuchie (per. 1485–1622), chiefs of clan Grant, owned valuable and strategically placed lands in the sheriffdoms of Moray and Inverness. Their fortunes were often influenced by the policies of powerful neighbours, especially the earls of Huntly and Moray, with either of whom the ...

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