The Red Books of Scotland - Further information, Updates & Purchase Details
3 August 2023 - Volume 9 has now been released in its Fifth Edition. New entries include:
Stewart of Ardgowan and Blackhall
Stewart of Ascog
Stewart of Barscube
Stewart of Christwell
Stewart of Glassingall
Stewart of Raiss and Halrig
Stewart of Schawood
Stewart of Steuarthall
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The Red Book of Scotland is registered under the following ISBN numbers:
ISBN 10: 0-9545628-5
ISBN 13: 978-0-9545628-5
Vol. 1. Abercrombie-Boswell (1036 pages) Content Vol 1
Vol. 2. Bothwell-Carnegie (1046 pages) Content Vol 2
Vol. 3. Carriber-Drummond (1133 pages) Content Vol 3
Vol. 4. Duddingston-Gray (1108 pages) Content Vol 4
Vol. 5. Greg-Lindsay (1144 pages) Content Vol 5
Vol. 6. Linton-Mercer (1119 pages) Content Vol 6
Vol. 7. Mitchell-Orrock (1114 pages) Content Vol 7
Vol. 8. Oswald-Small (1130 pages) Content Vol 8
Vol. 9. Smith-Young (1321 pages) Content Vol 9
Red Book of Scotland Vol 10 With Foreword by Sir Crispin Agnew of Lochnaw, Baronet and KC, and Albany Herald; Author's Acknowledgements and Bibliography. Free to view.
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