Celebrating the heritage of the lands our surname derived from.

  1. Meaning of the Kincaid name
  2. Early history of Kincaids in Scotland
  3. The modern creation of Kincaid as a Scottish Gaelic clan
  4. Nations that included the lands of Kincaid
  5. In defence of the traditional name of Alwin, Earl of Lennox against the recent change to Ailín, Earl of Lennox.
  6. The lands of Kincaid in relation to the Highlands of Scotland.
  7. The similarity of Kincaid and Crawford coat of arms.
  8. Possible origins of the early Kincaid coat of arms.
  9. A prosperous early Kincaid line in France.
  10. Peter Kincaid, minister of Douglas: a case of a Kincaid being recorded as a Kid.
  11. Probable origins of the Kincaids of Warriston.
  12. Mes notes sur les Quinquet du Gatinais de la Puisaye et du Soissonais: Descendant des Kincaid d’Ecosse et divers by Charles René Abbatucci.
  13. Location of bookshop of Alexander Kincaid, Lord Provost of Edinburgh (Youtube video).
  14. Thomas Kincaid in Coates' properties on High Street, Edinburgh (Youtube video).
  15. The Lairds of Kincaid and Craiglockhart castle
  16. The Kincaids and Craiglockhart castle (Youtube video).
  17. Location of the Kincaid of Coates estate (Youtube video).
  18. Location of Kincaid of Warriston estate in Edinburgh (Youtube video).
  19. Kinkaids and a Jacobite stronghold of the Church (Youtube video).
  20. DNA clusters within Group A Kincaids (Youtube video).
  21. Principal landholders of Campsie & Baldernock parishes circa 1450 A.D. (Youtube video).
  22. Correction to Principal landholders of Campsie & Baldernock parishes circa 1450 A.D. (Youtube video).
  23. Galbraith Myth exploded (i.e, that that William son of Arthur son of Galbrait had no Galbraith descendants succeed to his lands of Buthernock and Kincaid) (Youtube video).
  24. Myth of lands of Cartonvenach being Gartconnel (Youtube video).
  25. The earliest holders of the lands of Kincaid.
  26. Documents pertaining to the Lairds of Kincaid, 1425-1914.