Helen Louise Elizabeth Dunbar Sinclair Wemyss (1879 - 1949)
[location unknown] 1879
[location unknown] 1949
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Helen Louise Elizabeth Dunbar was born in 1879. She was the daughter of
George Sackville Sinclair Wemyss and Ellen Annie Jones. She passed away in 1949.
↑ First-hand information as remembered by Sir William Arbuthnot, Sunday, January 12, 2014.
The family tree of the Dukes, Earls, Lairds and Chiefs of Clan Sutherland 1100-2015 by John M Sutherland-Fisher, Genealogist of Clan Sutherland
The Peerage of Scotland by Sir Robert Douglas (1764) 1st edition within which are found:(Sutherland, Lord Duffus pages 194-196 and Sutherland Earl of Sutherland pages 660-667)
The History of the Earldom of Sutherland by Sir Robert Gordon (written 1650) who was younger son of Alexander Gordon 12th Earl of Sutherland and created 1st Baronet of Gordonstoun
The Sutherland Books Volumes 1-3 by Sir William Fraser (1892) [presented in 1894 by the Duke of Sutherland to Queen Victoria]
Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage 1935 edition
The Scots Peerage by Sir James Balfour-Paul, Lord Lyon King of Arms of Scotland
A genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain ... by Bernard Burke
Private papers referring to various cadet branches of the Sutherland family in the collection of John M Sutherland-Fisher, Genealogist of Clan Sutherland
A short history of Clan Sutherland , the families of Sutherland, Forse and Duffus 12th -19th centuries by Daniel J J Sutherland, Historian Emeritus of Clan Sutherland. http://www.duffus.com/ashort.htm
A Fighting Clan: Officers in Clan Sutherland 1250-1850 by Malcolm Sutherland, Historian Emeritus of Clan Sutherland.
Private papers in the collection of James B Sutherland, Historian of Clan Sutherland
Private papers in the collection of John M Sutherland-Fisher, Genealogist of Clan Sutherland
Memorabilia Domestica by the Rev. Donald Sage, Minister of Resolis, Ross-shire (step-son of Jean Sutherland of Midgarty)
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