Blaeu Atlas of Scotland, 1654

Personal names index

This includes both historical (in the widest sense) persons and families, mentioned in the texts, cited sources and authorities, and named authors of the texts.

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Abbreviations: ca. = about, d. = died, flor. = flourished, s. = century ( = 6th Century)

Personal NamePage
Abb (Ebba), St, d.683, founder of Coldingham35
Abercorn, earls of63
Abercromby, family of Birkenbog106-107 (1662)
Abernethy, lords Saltoun92-93, 106-107 (1662)
Aboyne, lords110-111 (1662)
Achaus (Achay, Eachaid), d.819, king of Scots [fictitious]22-23
Achilles, Greek hero[3v-4r]
Adair, family of Dunskey50
Adam of Kilconath, d.1270, earl of Carrick51
Adelochus, bishop of Strasbourg22-23
Adrian III, St, d.1885, Pope80-81
Aeneas Sylvius, Pope Pius II, 1405-6486-87
Agnew, family in Galloway47, 48-49, 50
Agricola, see Julius Agricola
Aidan, flor.600, kings of Scots6-7, 14-15
Alan of Galloway, d.1233, Constable of Scotland48-49
Albany, dukes of53, 92-93, 94-95
Albion, giant, son of Neptune14-15, 16-17
Alenon, duke of95-96
Alexander [error for Alan], d.1204, steward of Scotland63
Alexander II, 1198-1249, king of Scots92-93
Alexander III, 1241-86, king of Scots[8v-9r], 45, 54-55, 92-93, 118-119, 152-153
Alexander, William, d.1640, 1st earl of Stirling70-71
Alfred, 849-901, king of the West Saxons14-15
Alpin, d. ?834, king of Scots94-95
Ammianus Marcellinus, c.330-95, historian2-3, 4-5, 18-19, 24-25, 152-153
Andrew, St, s.i, apostle78-79, 108-109
Angus, earls of61, 84-85, 102-103
Angus, I (Oengussa), d.763, king of PictsI (Oengussa), d.763, king of Picts, 65, 72-73
Annaeus Lucanus, Marcus, 39-65, poet104-105
Annaeus Seneca, Lucius, d.65, philosopher152-153
Annandale, 1st earl of88-89
anon. 'On the Division of Scotland'24-25
anon. 'On the Meaning of Words'74-75
Anstruther, family in Fife76-77
Antonini itinerarium, s.iii?8-7, 18-19
Antoninus Pius, 86-161, emperor of Rome4-5, 68-69, 8-9 (Edin)
Arbogastus, ?s.vii/viii, bishop of Strasbourg22-23
Areskine, family of Endertill76-77
Argyll, earls/marquises of28-29, 58, 68-69, 86-87, 95-96, 118-119
Arnot, family of Fareny76-77
Arran, earls of65, 150-151
Arthur, ?c.500, king of Britain[12v]-1, 70-71, 8-9 (Edin)
Athelstan, 895-940, king of England14-15
Atholl, earls of86-87, 106-107 (1662)
Aubigny, lords of65, 66-67
Auchmuty, family in Fife76-77
Augustine, St, 354-430, bishop of Hippo68-69
Ausonius, Decimus Magnus, s.iv, statesman and writer14-15
Avienus Postumius Rufus Festus, s.iv, poet152-153
Ayton, family in Fife76-77
Bacon, Roger, see Roger Bacon
Balcanqual, family in Fife76-77
Balfour, family of Kinnear76-77
Balfour, lords Balfour of Burleigh76-77, 80-81
Ballantine, family of Stannes142-143
Balliol, family86-87
Balliol, Edward, d.1363, king of Scots84-85, 86-87, 92-93
Balliol, John, d.1313, king of Scots45, 48-49
Balliol, Sir Gideon, d.1640, of Lochend40-41
Banff, lords106-107 (1662), 108-109 (1662)
Banquo, thane of Lochaber95-96
Barclay, family of Cullairnie76-77
Barclay family of Towie108-109 (1662)
Barlee, Elizabeth, d.1518, maid of Queen Margaret70-71
Barlaeus (van Baerle), Caspar, 1584-1648, philosopher[2v-3r]
Baronius, Caesar (Cesare Baronio), 1538-1607, cardinal, historian22-23
Barr (Finbar), St,, bishop of Cork108-109, 110-111
Bartholomew, St, s.i, apostle110-111 (1662)
Bavaria, duke of (in 1240)24-25
Beaton, David, 1494-1546, cardinal, archbishop of St Andrews76-77
Beatoun, families of Balhom and of Creuz76-77
Beaumont, Herbert van, 1607-79, secretary of States of Holland and West Friesland[6v-7r]
Bede, Venerable, 673-735, historian and scholar[12v]-1, 2-3, 4-5, 6-7, 8-9, 14-15, 18-19, 20-21, 22-23, 48-49, 65, 68-69, 70-71, 86-87, 95-96, 132-133, 144-145, 150-151
Belus, king of Orkneys144-145
Bergion, giant, son of Neptune14-15, 16-17
Bernard, St (dedicatee of fair in Dornoch)108-109, 110-111
Biset, family of Aboyne86-87
Blaeu, Joan, d.1673, geographical printer[2r], [3v-4r], [4v-5r], [5v-6r], [6v-7r], 20-21
Blaeu, Willem, 1571-1638, geographical printer[2v-3r]
Blantyre, lords63
Boece (Boethius), Hector, d.1536, historian2-3, 8-9, 16-17, 20-21, 50, 74-75, 106-107, 146-147, 108-109(1662)
Bonar, James, d. c.1665, minister of Maybole[2v-3r]
Boniface, St, d.754, archbishop of Mainz22-23
Borthwick, family in Lothian40-41
Boswell, family of Balmuto76-77
Bower, Walter, 1385-1449, abbot of Inchcolm[92-93]
Boyce, family in Mar90-91
Boyd, lords54-55
Boyd, Mark Alexander, 1563-1601, poet62
Boyd, Robert [error for Thomas], earl of Arran, cr.146754-55, 57, 61
Boyd, Thomas [error for Robert], earl of Arran, cr.145454-55
Brendan, St, d.578, the Voyager59, 150-151
Britannus, son of Hercules14-15
Brown, family of Fordell76-77
Bruce, families of Earlshall and of Carnock76-77
Bruce, family in Shetland148-149
Bruce, family in Stirlingshire72-73
Bruce, lords of Annandale45
Bruce, royal family86-87
Bruce, Edward, d.1318, earl of Carrick100-101
Bruce, Robert, d.1304, earl of Carrick48-49, 51
Brude, king of Picts (founder of Port Moak)78-79
Brusthius (Brusch), Gaspar, 1518-59, humanist22-23
Brutus, Trojan, eponym of Britain[11v-12r], [12v]-1
Buccleuch, lords42-43, 4-5 (Edin)
Buchan, earls of92-93, 108-109 (1662)
Buchanan, families in Lennox and Stirlingshire68-69, 72-73
Buchanan, David, d.?1652, writer[3v-4r], 8-7
Buchanan, George, 1506-82, historian and scholar[2v-3r], 2-3, 8-7, 8-9, 10-11, 20-21, 37, 38-39, 50, 57, 66-67, 70-71, 72-73, 74-75, 90-91, 92-93, 94-95, 116-117, 146-147, 148-149
Bulmer, Bevis, d.1615, prospector61
Burnet, Thomas, of Crathes110-111 (1662)
Bursby, family of Bishopton63
Caithness, bishop of [George Gladstanes, d.1615, archbishop of St Andrews][11v-12r]
Cambrian, see Gerald of Wales
Camden, William, 1551-1623, antiquary and historian[2r], [12v]-1, 2-3, 6-7, 8-7, 8-9, 24-25, 44, 45, 46, 47, 53, 54-55, 58, 57, 59, 61, 63, 65, 68-69, 72-73, 82-83, 90-91, 94-95, 95-96, 98-99, 100-101, 110-111, 112-113, 116-117, 150-151
Campbell, family in Kyle53, 54-55
Campbell, family in Lennox68-69
Campbell, family of Lorne100-101
Campbell, family of Loudoun53
Campston, lord of140-141
Capella, see Martianus Capella
Caprington, lairds of54-55
Carausius, Marcus Aurelius, d.293, self-proclaimed emoperor of Rome4-5, 6-7, 68-69, 70-71
Carnwath, 1st earl of61
Carrick, earls of51, 140-141, 142-143
Carstairs, family of Kinnocher76-77
Cassillis, earls of50, 51, 65
Cathcart, lords63
Cato, see Procius Cato, M.
Celestine I, St, d.432, pope90-91
Celto, mother of Britannus14-15
Chalmers, family in Kyle54-55
Charles I, d.814, emperor (Charlemagne)22-23
Charles I, 1600-49, king of Great Britain30-31, 54-55, 70-71, 80-81, 82-83, 95-96, 100-101,
Charles V, 1338-80, king of France22-23, 54-55
Charles VI, 1368-1422, king of France65, 66-67, 92-93
Charles VII, 1403-61, king of France92-93
Charles VIII, 1470-98, king of France66-67
Cheyne, family in Shetland148-149
Christ[10v-11r], [11v-12r]
Christian I, 1425/6-1481, king of Denamrk, Norway and Sweden146-147, 152-153
Cicero, see Tullius Cicero, M.
Clan Chattan106-107
Clan Ranald98-99
Claudianus, Claudius, s.iv-v, poet2-3, 14-15, 132-133, 146-147, 152-153
Claudius I, 10 BC-54, emperor of Rome6-7, 18-19, 144-145, 146-147, 152-153
Clephane, family of Carslogie76-77
Cochrane, family of Cochrane63
Cochrane, Robert, d.1482, mason (? earl of Mar)92-93
Coil, d.325, king of Britons53
Collinson, family in Aberdeen92-93
Colman, d.?676, abbot of Lindisfarne14-15
Coloman, alleged son of Malcolm I, missionary to Austria22-23
Colonatus, d.?689, disciple of St Kilian22-23
Colquhoun, family in Lennox68-69
Colquhoun, lords66-67
Columba, St, d.597, abbot of Iona[9v-10r], 95-96, 150-151
Columban, d.615, founder of Luxueil and Bobbio20-21
Colville, family of Cleish76-77
Colville, James, d.1629, 1st lord Colville72-73
Comin, Comyn, earls of Buchan48-49, 106-107 (1662), 108-109 (1662)
Commodus, 161-92, emperor of Rome4-5, 68-69
Comyn, John, d.1313, earl of Buchan108-109 (1662)
Comyn, John, d.1306, of Badenoch46, 47, 86-87
Cond, Louis, 1530-69, 1st Prince53
Conon, d.687, pope22-23
Constance, bishop of (ca.1180)24-25
Constantine I, d.877, king of Scots78-79
Cornelius Tacitus, Publius(?), s.i-ii, historian2-3, 10-11, 14-15, 18-19, 68-69, 70-71, 92-93, 114
Coucy, family61
Couper, John, d.1640, of Gogar40-41
Craig, Sir Thomas, 1538-1608, feudalist26-27
Cranstoun, family in Lothian40-41
Craufurd, family in Kyle53, 54-55
Crawford, earls of42-43, 61, 76-77, 78-79, 84-85
Crichton, families of Lwydoun and of Abercromby76-77
Crichton, family in Kyle54-55
Crichton, family of Sanquhar46
Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658, lord protector[5v-6r]
Cullen, family in Aberdeen92-93
Cuming, family of Altyre104-105
Cuninghame, family of Cragens63
Cunningham, family in Kyle54-55
Cunningham, family of Barns76-77, 80-81, 82-83
Cunningham, family of Glencairn46
Cuspinianus (Spiesshaymmer), Johannes, 1473-1529, humanist and diplomat22-23
Cuthbert, St, d.687, bishop of Lindisfarne35
Dalhousie, earls of76-77
Dalzell, Robert, d.1639, 1st earl of Carnwath61
Darnley, lords63
David, 1378-1402, duke of Rothesay59, 74-75, 84-85, 94-95
David, d.1219, earl of Huntingdon45, 48-49, 72-73, 78-79
David of Hastings, earl of Atholl (succ. 1242)86-87
David I, d.1153, king of Scots78-79, 84-85, 86-87, 90-91
David II, 1324-71, king of Scots61, 74-75, 84-85, 92-93, 110-111
Devorgilla, wife of John Baliol, of Barnard Castle48-49
Diana, Roman goddess[9v-10r]
Dio Cassius, s.ii-iii, historian2-3
Diocletian,, emperor of Rome4-5, 6-7, 68-69
Diodorus Siculus, s.i, historian[12v]-1, 14-15
Dionysius, St, d.268, pope26-27
Dionysius Periegetes, s.ii?, geographer12-13, 152-153
Domitian, 51-96, emperor of Rome84-85
Donald III Ban,, king of Scots[8v-9r], 116-117, 152-153
Donald, d.1423, lord of the Isles98-99, 100-101, 152-153, 108-109 (1662)
Douglas, descendants of Duff74-75
Douglas, dukes42-43
Douglas, earls61, 65
Douglas, earls of61
Douglas, earls of Angus84-85
Douglas, earls of Buchan108-109 (1662)
Douglas, earls of Morton46
Douglas, family in Clydesdale50
Douglas, family in Lothian40-41
Douglas, family of Abercorn20-21, 38-39
Douglas, family of Lochleven92-93
Douglas, lords of Galloway48-49
Douglas, sheriffs of Teviotdale30-31, 106-107 (1662), 108-109 (1662)
Douglas, Archibald, d.1439, 5th earl of Douglas (earl of Wigtown)47, 92-93
Douglas , Archibald, d.1455, earl of Moray42-43
Douglas, Hugh, d. 1455, earl of Ormond42-43
Douglas, Sir James, d.1330, of Douglas61
Drummond, family in Lothian40-41
Drummond, lords84-85
Drummond, David, of Innermeath84-85
Dudhope, viscounts76-77
Duf, d.966, king of Scots100-101
Duffus, lords of110-111
Dunbar, earls of Moray106-107
Dunbar, family in Kyle54-55
Dunbar, family in the Merse35
Dunbar, Gavin, d.1532, bishop of Aberdeen112 (1662)
Dunbar, George, d.?1455, earl of March92-93
Dunbar, Sir James, d.1535, of Cumnock, sheriff of Moray100-101
Dundas, family in Lothian40-41
Dunfermline, earls of76-77, 80-81, 108-109 (1662)
Duns, family in the Merse35
Dupplin, viscount (1st earl of Kinnoull), d.163488-89

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