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In early medieval times the most important sept of O'Cahill was that located in Co. Galway near the Clare border, the head of which was Chief of Kinelea (Aughty), but by the middle of the thirteenth century their former position as the leading family in Kilmacduagh had been taken by the O'Shaughnessys. The name is uncommon there now, but is found in Co. Clare where a branch of the sept was also est.....


Heraldry Database: Reid

Reid







Surname:  Reid
Branch:  Reid
Origins:  Scottish
More Info:  Scotland

Background:  Reid is a sept of Clan Robertson.


Motto:  Virtutis Gloria Merces, Glory is the reward of valour.
Arms:  Ar. an eagle, displayed, sa. membered and armed or, on his breast an escocheon gu.


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Name Variations:  Reid, Read, Reed, Reede, Redd, Reade.

References:
One or more of the following publications has been referenced for this article.
The General Armory; Sir Bernard Burke - 1842.
A Handbook of Mottoes; C.N. Elvin - 1860.
Scottish Clans and Tartans; Neil Grant - 2000.
Scottish Clan and Family Encyclopedia; George Way of Plean and Romilly Squire - 1994.
Scottish Clans and Tartans; Ian Grimble - 1973.
World Tartans; Iain Zaczek - 2001.
Clans and Families of Scotland; Alexander Fulton - 1991.






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