MURRAY-BUCHANAN OF LENY

Edward Murray-Buchanan of Leny, Perthshire D.L. 1925, J.P. 1935, Capt. Black Watch served in World war 1 1914-1919, assumed the additional surname of BUCHANAN, on succeeding to the estates of Spittal ( which he disposed of ) and Leny by the will of his cousin John Hamilton-Buchanan.
Edward Murray-Buchanan was born 3 June 1874 educated Rugby and Oriel College Oxford B.A. He married 9 October 1913 Jean Isabella Shaw youngest daughter of James Carmichael of Arthurstone Perthshire. The couple have issue.
1. Euphemia Cecilia- b 1915 - m 24 April 1940 Major Francis William Murray Clark, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, of Ulva Argylshire, only son of F.W. Clark The couple have issue. Francis Malcolm b 22 June 1942 2. Margaret Avril b 1917 m 16 June 1946 Alfred Fairfield
3. Phoebe Aronie b 1923

Arms: Quarterly, first and fourth, Or, a lion rampant Gules armed and langued Gules within a double tressure flory counterflory Sable; ( for Buchanan ) Second, Sable, a chevron between three bear's heads couped Argent, muzzled Gules; ( for Leny ) Third, Azure, three mullets Argent, in the fess point a cross of the second surmounted of a saltire Gules and in chief a crescent Or. ( for Murray of Lintrose ) Crests:
1. dexter, a sword erect in pale Proper, hilted and pommelled Or;
2. sinister, an olive branch fructed Proper; Motto - 'VIRTUTE GLADII PARAVI'
- 'EX BELLO QUIES'

Below the shield the Motto - 'NOBILIS EST IRA LEONIS' Mantling: dexter - Gules doubled Or sinister - Azure double Argent Recorded in the Public Register of all Arms and Bearings in Scotland - Folio 23 Page 80 on the 28th, April 1919 in the name of Edward Murray-Buchanan of Leny.