2 months ago
"What else can you expect from a science(?) where bends can be straight, pales can be dark, and naked women are usually proper?"
(I don't remember who I'm stealing that from. As usual, I just ran across it somewhere on the internet.)
|The Hutcheson arms from the memorial just outside the Cathedral|
|The Hutcheson arms on the Hospital which the brothers founded|
|This portrait of Thomas Hutcheson is thought to be by Anthony Van Dyck|
|The Stewart of Blackhall arms|
|The marshalled arms of Thomas and Marion (Stewart) Hutcheson at the top of the memorial|
James MacKenzie the Elder was a Lieutenant in the Second Battalion Scots Guards, and was also Lord Provost of Glasgow from 1806 to 1808.
He married Louisa Balfour (born December 18, 1779) on November 8, 1805, at St. Cuthberts in Edinburgh.
They had nine children, the youngest of whom, James MacKenzie (who received the name of his father after it having been given to two elder brothers, each of whom died young), was born October 6, 1825, and died March 6, 1873, in Bonhill, Dunbarton, Scotland.
|This is the unicorn supporter holding the shield on the Mercat Cross in Glasgow.|
|This one, while not the Royal Arms, does quarter the French lily, Scottish thistle, Irish shamrock, and English rose.|
|This was on the glass surround of a streetside bus stop.|