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6 days ago

Clan MacBean

Good news about the birth of a new Scottish Wildcat. Our wildcats are among the world’s most endangered species in the wild. This makes our clan’s emblem even more special.

Chester Zoo
😻 SCOTTISH WILDCAT KITTEN BORN 😻

They are Britain's RAREST mammal and only 100 remain in the wild. That's why this little kitten is so incredibly special...
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A wonderful beautiful creation. And God said "Let them continue'

Sara Bean 💜

Melody Harrison Deocampo Carole Cabeen Davies❤️

Yaaaaay

India McBean

Cyndi Bean Townes

Randy Block NICO

Cailee McWain

Megan Payne

Lexi Schenck the emblem of my people. Yes it's wild

Tom Bean

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7 days ago

Clan MacBean

Look at this very fierce Scottish wildcat - that’s why the clan’s motto is “Touch not a catt bot a targe”! We & our fellow Clan Chattan clans are the wildcats other clans were warned not to mess with without (‘bot’) a targe or a glove to protect them 🙂Check out this piece of history, shared with us by Julie Dawson, formerly of Argyll and Bute Council & now living in England. She tells the story when her parents trapped & released a wildcat sometime in the 1970s or 80s. What a fierce beast! www.scottishwildcataction.org/latest-news/2018/december/the-day-my-parents-caught-a-real-scottish... ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Sara Bean This is more like it hahaha

Bily Bean

7 days ago

Clan MacBean

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2 weeks ago

Clan MacBean

A history mission for any MacBean who might be able to help - if you are from Glengarry County in Ontario, Canada (even better if near Lancaster there), or likely to be in the vicinity anytime soon, or know anyone there who’d be happy to help, a reply would be much appreciated. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Clan MacBean

BBC Scotland
This giant map of Scotland was built in the 1970s in the grounds of a hotel.
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EPIC!!

Interesting, Claudia Stiles Delezenski

2 weeks ago

Clan MacBean

A whistle-stop tour around some historic old MacBean homes and families in Inverness-shire: Kinchyle, Tomatin, Faillie, Drummond, and Daars - the week before Christmas, 1991, compared with pictures of the first 3 homes in c.1898. Short descriptions are given under each photograph. Clansmen & women can stay at Kinchyle (a B&B) & Tomatin (self-catering holidays) - see links below. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Allan! Take pictures if you can!

Thank you very much for the historic photos and commentaries. My McBeans were from Strathdearn.

Now all we have to do is bring them back into Bean hands!

Fabulous photos. I have always wanted to visit Kinchyle. I'm so glad it's possible.

I dream of visiting. 🙂

Margaret Baker McBain

Michael Flaherty

Jason

Linda Barineau Smith lets put these on our list!

David MacBean David MacBean Margaret MacBean some holiday ideas!

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2 weeks ago

Clan MacBean

This is rather nice. It arrived on my desktop from Angus Robertson, the previous leader of the SNP at Westminster, as a St Andrew's Day greeting. I have been to almost all 21 locations and most of them many times, but the weather has seldom been so uniformly kind. I must contact this John Duncan, as I have a long line of Shetland Duncans in my family tree - boatbuilders throughout the middle ages originally from Garmouth at Spey Bay. Moray - but settled in the 1600s at Sandvik on the main island Shetland and are still there now owning and running a marina. - David - Admin.

vimeo.com/285779587?fbclid=IwAR2hY7Opeh93niDep8bZcqYnUN1CeCKqbCkzZ9c4pV7lDBo7MraBga-9yLkfacebook.com/johnduncanfilmmaker/ instagram.com/johnduncanfilmmaker/ john-duncan.co.uk Having spent the past seven months travelling all over Scotland to…
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Thank you, David. That was wonderful to watch.

2 weeks ago

Clan MacBean

Just to let everyone know. The Clan is entering into a partnership with House of Tartan where they will keep a supply of material on hand and give us deals on Clan projects and sales. We would also get a commission to the Clan of a percentage of sales through a link that is in the process of being put on the Clan website. We will let you know when at link is available. www.houseoftartan.co.uk/ ... See MoreSee Less

 

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That’s a win-win for you both.

2 weeks ago

Clan MacBean

Just some thoughts for those traveling in Scotland. There are two organizations that between the two of them own most of the tourist sites in Scotland. If you are going to spend any significant time there, it will probably be worth your while to join the National Trust for Scotland and/or Historic Scotland. You get a great magazine, free admission, and site discounts with each. There one I found on one of my trips called the Great Houses of Scotland with a handfull of houses on it. Couldn't find in on the internet so it may be part of my third comment. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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That’s a great point, we did that this summer and saved a ton of money. We purchased a membership to NTS but for Historic Scotland we purchased a 10 day explorer pass. Between the two, I think we saved about £150. Of course, we made it our goal to visit as many NTS and Historic Scotland sites as possible, which is not hard since most are overseen by one of the two. Also, we found out that the best way to navigate is using the Waze App, which will give you directions to anywhere in Scotland including the MacBain memorial!

2 weeks ago

Clan MacBean

St Andra's Day.
Slainte Mhath.
The Glenlivet in celebration of at last finding my Grannie Morrison's kin who farmed in Glenlivet for many generations. And for those who know their history- that makes them dyed in the wool Catholic Robertsons, something no-one at all in our modern day family knew.
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St Andras Day.
Slainte Mhath.
The Glenlivet in celebration of at last finding my Grannie Morrisons kin who farmed in Glenlivet for many generations. And for those who know their history- that makes them dyed in the wool Catholic Robertsons, something no-one at all in our modern day family knew.

 

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Looks like a good crop........

So very nice to see and read about my heritage and unknown family connections. Thanks so much for all that you do!

St Andra's Day. Slainte Mhath.

Let's celebrated !

Awesome

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2 weeks ago

Clan MacBean

Wishing you all across the world a very Happy St. Andrew’s Day! Here are some pipes & drums for you to enjoy, from Inverness, capital of the Highlands, up in the Clan MacBean’s home territory. youtu.be/3fFtwZgvt30Massed Pipe Bands parade through Inverness town centre and along the river Ness to the Northern Meeting Park for an evening of highland dancing and pipe band... ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

Clan MacBean

Another insight into the valuable records available at the Highland archives in Inverness.D1526/1 Balmacaan Estate Sale Catalogue

Balmacaan was once a large estate comprising a sizeable expanse of Glen Urquhart and the surrounding area. The Grants of Seafield, who belonged to Moray and Banffshire, had owned the estate since it was granted to them by King James IV of Scotland in 1509 and they occupied Balmacaan House as a summer residence.

In the latter part of the 19th century the estate was rented out to Bradley Martin a wealthy American socialite who was apparently popular with the locals and visitors alike. It is said there was nearly 100% employment in the area during his time there. After his death in 1913 the fortunes of the estate seemed to decline.

Deposited collection D1526 includes the Balmacaan Sale Catalogue from 1945. The idea was that the estate would be divided up and sold in lots. Houses, farms, fishing, forests, crofts, and sporting moors were all available to buy. This mode of sale meant residents could buy their croft at a reasonable price. Annotated OS maps accompany the sale catalogue so that the prospective buyer could determine where each lot was located. Combined these make incredibly detailed resources for researching the properties situated on the Balmacaan Estate in 1945.
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Another insight into the valuable records available at the Highland archives in Inverness.

 

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Question. I have read about an officer wishing to have Gillies spared at Culloden. Thought I read it was Lt later General Wolfe who died at Quebec a while back. Was looking at different posts this morning. Some say "a highlander", one said a Fraser, one said a MacLeod.

3 weeks ago

Clan MacBean

2 days to go - St Andrew’s Day, 30th November. What will you be doing to celebrate? Do share your plans, pictures & videos here. Back in 2016 Scotland’s biggest Saint Andrew's Day Ceilidh was at St Andrews - what fun it must have been: www.youtube.com/watch?v=ArTwHV0rH78Tour Scotland video of the biggest Saint Andrew's Day Ceilidh in St Andrews, Fife. The word ceilidh comes from the Gaelic for gathering or party. These days ... ... See MoreSee Less

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Drinking Scotch and watching Outlander and other Scottish Films.

I will have a scotch...

I wore our tartan go in honor.

3 weeks ago

Clan MacBean

Gaskan on the north shore of Loch Shiel. The second cottage rented by the wilderness living author Mike Tomkies. The first was on Eilean Shona at the seaward end of Loch Shiel. There are no roads that come remotely close, access by boat only. Why do I post this? - Well if you are interested in Scottish Wildcats, Tomkies is the author who had lived closest to them for longest and observed them well. You can find an obit here. www.scotsman.com/news/obituaries/obituary-mike-tomkies-nature-writer-who-immersed-himself-in-the-... He wrote about 20 books and the first two were, curiously, the biographies of John Wayne and Robert Mitchum both of whom he knew well. He escorted a great number of Hollywoods most lovely ladies, but came back to Scotland to live at Gaskan, he called it Wildernesse, and write of eagles, otters, wildcats, stags and his beloved and all too short lived German Shepherd, Moobli, the companion that made him most famous. Most of his wilderness books have been republished by the very sympathetic firm Whittles, and are easy for find. These can teach you about wild land and wild cats like no others. And a list of his publications. www.paperbackswap.com/Mike-Tomkies/author/
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Gaskan on the north shore of Loch Shiel. The second cottage rented by the wilderness living author Mike Tomkies. The first was on Eilean Shona at the seaward end of Loch Shiel. There are no roads that come remotely close, access by boat only.  Why do I post this? - Well if you are interested in  Scottish Wildcats,  Tomkies is the author who had lived closest to them for longest and observed them well. You can find an obit here. https://www.scotsman.com/news/obituaries/obituary-mike-tomkies-nature-writer-who-immersed-himself-in-the-wildest-of-terrain-1-4263772    He wrote about 20 books and the first two were, curiously, the biographies of John Wayne and Robert Mitchum both of whom he knew well. He escorted a great number of Hollywoods most lovely ladies, but came back to Scotland to live at Gaskan, he called it Wildernesse, and write of eagles, otters, wildcats, stags and his beloved and all too short lived German Shepherd, Moobli, the companion that made him most famous. Most of his wilderness books have been republished by the very sympathetic firm Whittles, and are easy for find. These can teach you about wild land and wild cats like no others. And a list of his publications.  http://www.paperbackswap.com/Mike-Tomkies/author/
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You can normally find him curled up in a cardboard box.....

3 weeks ago

Clan MacBean

May it never pass unsaid.
'The Scots are a very civil people'.
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May it never pass unsaid.
The Scots are a very civil people.
-David Geddes - Admin

3 weeks ago

Clan MacBean

From The National 27 Nov 2018 - A very concise and studious description of the period of Pictish Kings in Scotland in the period before the Mormaer Earls were established. MacBeth in Moray was a middle period Mormaer. Subsequently the lands in the district of Moray were merged and ruled for the King, by the Stewart Earls of Moray, and to a lesser extent the Campbells of Calder (Cawdor) Dukes of Huntly. The MacBeans emerged as an identifiable and recorded grouping in the period that saw the end of the Mormaers and the start of Stewart (Stuart) power around Inverness/ Nairn/ Elgin/ Huntly. - David Geddes - Admin ... See MoreSee Less

From The National 27 Nov 2018 - A very concise and studious description of the period of Pictish Kings in Scotland in the period before the Mormaer Earls were established. MacBeth in Moray was a middle period Mormaer.  Subsequently the lands in the district of  Moray were merged and ruled for the King, by the Stewart Earls of Moray, and to a lesser extent the Campbells of Calder (Cawdor) Dukes of Huntly. The MacBeans emerged as an identifiable and recorded grouping in the period that saw the end of the Mormaers and the start of Stewart (Stuart) power around Inverness/ Nairn/ Elgin/ Huntly.  - David Geddes - Admin

 

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Wendi Jones

When It was “back in the day” in Scotland, it was WAY back....

3 weeks ago

Clan MacBean

A Science Enthusiast
What even is this

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Jimmy Strowger

Daniel Kural

Pat Christiansen

He's located in Portland, Oregon USA and has been entertaining us here for years.

Zack Griffiths. Love us some Star Wars!

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3 weeks ago

Clan MacBean

Just got my Clan MacBean tea/coffee mugs from Scotcrest! NICE! They came FAST! ... See MoreSee Less

Just got my Clan MacBean tea/coffee mugs from Scotcrest!  NICE!  They came FAST!

 

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Pretty nice!

4 weeks ago

Clan MacBean

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Happy Scottish Thanksgiving!

4 weeks ago

Clan MacBean

Robert
Clan Gathering 2018 Friday night Dinner, Stone Mountain Inn.
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4 weeks ago

Clan MacBean

A closer tie Chattan to Culloden than perhaps we were aware of.

Duncan Forbes, 1st of Culloden (1572-1674), was known as “Grey Duncan” due in part to his “rich, full and uncultivated beard”. He was Provost of Inverness between 1625 and 1627 during which time he purchased Culloden Estate from the Laird of Mackintosh.

This portrait (a 19th century copy of a 17th century original) hangs in Inverness Town House.
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A closer tie Chattan to Culloden than perhaps we were aware of.

Duncan Forbes, 1st of Culloden (1572-1674), was known as “Grey Duncan” due in part to his “rich, full and uncultivated beard”. He was Provost of Inverness between 1625 and 1627 during which time he purchased Culloden Estate from the Laird of Mackintosh.

This portrait (a 19th century copy of a 17th century original) hangs in Inverness Town House.

 

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Quick, get your best armor before it goes out of style and won't protect you.....

Wendi Jones

4 weeks ago

Clan MacBean

An example of the MacBean (modern) tartan - material from a scarf made by weavers in Scotland. The sett is the MacBean clan tartan Ref: 952 in The Scottish Register of Tartans (with threadcount varied, as needed for the material, by the weavers). ... See MoreSee Less

An example of the MacBean (modern) tartan - material from a scarf made by weavers in Scotland. The sett is the MacBean clan tartan Ref: 952 in The Scottish Register of Tartans (with threadcount varied, as needed for the material, by the weavers).

 

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Thanks..very nice!

Wish they had flannel in all my yartans,hard to find!

Ruth Bean Osborn

4 weeks ago

Clan MacBean

The Band of 1st Gordon Highlanders in Pretoria 1901 during the Anglo Boer War. At the time the commanding officer was Lt Col Forbes MacBean.

Image taken from an Aberdeen History forum on FB. Posted by the great grandson of Alexander Brown MacLeod, middle row, third from right- who was later Sgt Major. (Not known if Coy or Regmtl).
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The Band of 1st Gordon Highlanders in Pretoria 1901 during the Anglo Boer War. At the time the commanding officer was Lt Col Forbes MacBean.

Image taken from an Aberdeen History forum on FB. Posted by the great grandson of Alexander Brown MacLeod, middle row, third from right- who was later Sgt Major. (Not known if Coy or Regmtl).

 

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The memorial in Edinburgh records that 242 did not return home - from around about 600 if the record is for 1st Gordons only I think 2nd Gordons were also present in the 2nd Boer War.

They all look so proud as they should be..

1 month ago

Clan MacBean

A wonderful film about efforts to save the Scottish Wildcat from extinction. This is ‘our’ wildcat - the symbol of Clan MacBean and our other fellow clans in the family that is ‘Clan Chattan’ - the ‘Clan of the Cats’! If you want to help, support Scottish Wildcat Action: www.scottishwildcataction.org/ vimeo.com/243451519The Tigers of Scotland is a feature length (63 minutes) documentary by Wild Films Ltd and narrated by Iain Glen. It focuses on the fragile existence of Scottish… ... See MoreSee Less

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If you want to see one while in Scotland the best place is the Highland Wlidlife Park in Kincraig. Very rare to see In the Scottish wilds I’m afraid.

Love the show. I had no idea about these majestic creatures

Touch not the cat....

The full documentary is available on Netflix. It's only about an hour long and an excellent show.

Rob

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Just saw it on Netflix very informative and we need to save them!

I knew there was a reason I'm a cat lady!! 😼

I watched this on Netflix. It was very good. Now I want one.

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1 month ago

Clan MacBean

Some fascinating history from another member of our Clan Chattan family - Clan Farquharson: the 2017 visit to their ‘Cairn of Remembrance’, led by their highly respected Chief, Captain Alwyne A. C. Farquharson MC. youtu.be/sLo6EFUDIjAThe annual visit to the Clan Farquharson Cairn of remembrance (Carn na Cuimhne) along the bank of the River Dee at Invercauld, Deeside, Scotland. Pipers lead... ... See MoreSee Less

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1 month ago

Clan MacBean

A very special lady of Clan MacBean passed away today at a great age. This beautiful rendition of ‘Flowers of the Forest’ is in discrete memory of her.
youtu.be/SNxCs7g8_vsFlowers of the Forest Can be purchased here: Itunes: itunes.apple.com/us/album/siubhail/1419416328 CD Baby: store.cdbaby.com/cd/ Amazon: http...
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Condolences.

so sorry

1 month ago

Clan MacBean

The following photos are from the Highlands and Islands Games/Festival in Gulfport, Mississippi. Was there for the first time last year after a decade or so of absence. There were only five or so tents and we won best tent. If you win best tent, you are Honor Clan for the next year, which motivates you to show up again. Got a newer, commercial grade tent and have some adjustments to make. Got my Kermit's camp chairs screen printed with Clan MacBean and will try to find another source that can put our badge on them. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Kim Ellis McDaniel. This is the Scottish Clan I think I told you about. My paternal Grandfather is directly related.

Enjoyed meeting you in Gulfport.

It was a great time. I enjoyed every minute! Thank you!

Check out “The Tigers of Scotland” on Netflix www.netflix.com/title/81025404?s=i&trkid=0

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1 month ago

Clan MacBean

These are pictures from the Gulfport Games taken by Jill David and her family. Winds Friday night made putting up the tent difficult. Was still putting final touches on it until the parade Saturday. Still hadn't changed into my kilt. Saturday and Sunday started out chilly and got warmer. We were the Honor Clan from last years festival. That's Jill with me by the tent and Jill and her daughter carrying the Clan MacBean banner with me behind with the tartan flag. ... See MoreSee Less

These are pictures from the Gulfport Games taken by Jill David and her family.  Winds Friday night made putting up the tent difficult.  Was still putting final touches on it until the parade Saturday.  Still hadnt changed into my kilt.  Saturday and Sunday started out chilly and got warmer.  We were the Honor Clan from last years festival.  Thats Jill with me by the tent and Jill and her daughter carrying the Clan MacBean banner with me behind with the tartan flag.Image attachmentImage attachment

1 month ago

Clan MacBean

So who knew 2 ?
From the newly published Scots' Dictionary of Nature, Amanda Thomson. From the section on 'Water'. - (David Geddes -admin).

A. . . Andoo = to keep a boat in position by rowing gently into the wind.
B . . . Blibbans = strips of seaweed or greens put into a broth
C . . .Candavaig = a foul salmon blackened by too long in fresh water
D. . . Doister = storm from the sea
E . . . Eeeram = a rowing song
F . . .Fluther = a rise in river flow with discolouration of the water but not as great as a speat
G . . . Glotten = a partial thaw when water begins to flow through ice
H . . .Haaf = the deep sea away from the coast
I. . .ile = the fishing ground inside the main current - in an eddy
J . . .Jumm = the deep hollow sound from rocks on a shore with waves crashing into them
K . . .Keething sight = the ripple of a salmons movement caused by the dorsal fin under water.
L . . .Lavellan = a water weasel that can squirt poison a great distance
M . . . Moder sook = a current setting in towards the land
N . . .Nixie = water nymph
O . . .o'er loup = the streamtide at the change of the moon
P . . .Piew = the very faint breath of wind causing a ripple on water
Q . . .Quhite fisch = haddock or ling
R . . .Rice the water = to splash the river with branches, frigthening the salmon into becoming motionless and so more easily taken by the lister (triple pointed salmon spear)
S . . .Scummer = the boy who catches the herring that fall from the net while it is being hauled
T . . .Tangie = a sea spirit that has the appearance of a small horse
U . . .Ullier = another word for the water that flows through a dunghill
V . . .Vaadle = a shallow pool that fills and empties with ebb and flow of the tide
W . . .Wefflum = the back lade water upstream from a mill wheel
X . . . (nothing recorded)
Y . . .Yair net = a long net extending into the bed of a river and fixed by poles
Z . . .(nothing recorded)
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1 month ago

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So who knew?
From the newly published Scots' Dictionary of Nature, Amanda Thomson. From the section on 'Land' - there are 6 sections. - (David Geddes admin)

A - - -ae fur brae = ground so steep it can only be ploughed in one direction
B - - - bossins = vacant space in corn stacks for air to circulate
C - - -clootie's craft= small portion of land set aside untilled for the devil
D - - - deidman's snechin = the spore dust from the common puffball
E - - -emmock = a pismire, an ant
F - - -funyie= Beech Martin the slighter and extinct in UK version of Pine-Marten
G - - -gulliewillie = a quagmire covered with grass
H - - -hiving sough = the buzzing sound made by bees before they hive
I - - - irr = shepherds call to dog to pursue cattle
J - - -jock startle a stobie = the exhalations from ground on a hot day
K - - - kraeperts = crowberry
L - - -lucky minnie's oo = a fleecy substance growing on a plant in wet ground
M - - - mirk monanday = uncommonly dark day, or day of eclipse
N - - - neb o the morning = the time between dawn and sunrise
O - - - ourach = Potato
P - - -punckin = the footstep of cattle or horses in soft ground
Q - - -quyok = a heifer of two years age
R - - -rag fauch = land broken up in the summer after the hay is cut and ploughed three times and then dunged
S - - - swaultie = a fat animal
T - - - tod tyke = a mongrel cross between fox and dog
U - - - ullier = the water that flows through a dung hill
V - - -voar = spring/ seeding time
W - - -weeuk = squeaking of rats, neighing of stallions, bellowing of bulls when the sound is raised to the highest pitch
X - - - (no expressions)
Y - - - yauvins = the beards of corn/ oats
Z - - -(no expressions)
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1 month ago

Clan MacBean

Remembrance Sunday in Edinburgh today, 11th November 2018 - the 100th Armistice Day. “At the going down of the sun, and in the morning, we will remember them”. - Paying respects to soldiers who gave the ultimate sacrifice.

Legion Scotland
Welcome to Edinburgh for the National Act of Remembrance. Join us in falling silent at 1100 to remember the fallen, and please let us know where you are watching from #LestWeForget #RemembranceSunday #ThankYou100
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1 month ago

Clan MacBean

The 20th Armistice Day— Edinburgh, Scotland, 1938.
youtu.be/6TIaVaWoShUItem title reads - Armistice Day in Edinburgh. Scotland. Various shots as pipers march through the streets. Various shots of the regiments marching followed ...
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1 month ago

Clan MacBean

It’s been The Lord Mayor’s Show today in the City of London. Marching along came the London Scottish, with their bagpipes. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Clan MacBean

As we head towards the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day this Sunday 11th November, when large numbers of Clan MacBean men, who fought in the Great War from Britain, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, other Commonwealth countries and the US will be remembered alongside their comrades.As we prepare for the centenary of #ArmisticeDay we thought it would be appropriate to pay tribute to the 'Cats of War'. Many were used to kill rats and mice in munitions factories & aboard ships. Others were mascots & friends of the troops io9.gizmodo.com/a-gallery-of-cats-who-served-in-world-war-i-1624713212/amp #Armistice100 ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Anyone and everyone can participate in the ringing of the Bells of Peace this Sunday in commemoration 11-11-@11!

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