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Caithness Family History

By John Henderson, WS
David Douglas, Edinburgh, 1884

John Henderson,WS(1800-1883) was the younger brother of Dr Patrick Brodie Henderson, both being sons of William Henderson, Sheriff-Substitute of Caithness, and scions of the Hendersons of Brabsterdorran. John Henderson was a noted Caithness lawyer with genealogical interests. He became Writer to the Signet at Edinburgh in 1824 but returned to Wick in Caithness in 1828 where he was Procurator Fiscal until 1852. He married in 1829 his cousin Barbara, sister of another John Henderson, the first Queen's Remembrancer. His major work, Caithness Family History, was published posthumously at Edinburgh in 1884. Original copies of this work, long out of print, are very hard to come by and it is an essential resource for genealogical and historical research into the clans and families of the county of Caithness in northern Scotland.

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