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Re: Coat of Arms
Posted by: Don Kincaid (ID *****2007) Date: November 19, 2002 at 21:14:30
In Reply to: Coat of Arms by Kelsey Kinkade of 112

I have a photo of the fireplace on the 2nd floor of the Kincaid-Lennox Castle between Glasgow and Stirling which shows the Kincaid coat of arms which I can scan and send you if you want it. I believe Kincaids of all spellings came from Kyncad (as it was spelled on some old maps)
Scotland or Northern Ireland. As far as I know the current Chief of Clan Kincaid as recognized by the Lord Lyon, King of Arms, in Scotland is the chief of all spellings.


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