2. Walter Buchanan of Spittall, c 1535
A shield of arms: Two ( boar ? ) heads erased in chief and spiked defence in base.
Crest and tincture unknown. Source ( Reg. Ho. Fraser Ch. ) ( ? possibly bears heads )
3.Gilbert Buchanan in Sallochee, c 1555-6
A shield of arms: Three ( bear ) heads erased with a star at fess point. ( possibly
boars heads ) Crest and tincture unknown. Source, ( Laing Ch. )
4. George Buchanan of that Ilk, c 1557
George Buchanan succeeded his grandfather in 1526. He married twice. (1) Margaret Edmonstone,
( 2 ) Janet Cunningham. By his first wife he had John and by his second wife William
( first of Auchmar ) , and Margaret. George died 15 February 1560/61.
A shield of arms couché: Three ( boar's or bear's ) heads and necks erased.
Crest unknown. Inscription illegible. Source, ( Leny and Bardowie Ch. ).
5. John Buchanan of Garbeth or Carbeth, c 1568 ( The seal was also used by Thomas Buchanan
of Carbeth )
A shield of arms: a bend sinister between three boar heads erased ( two and one ).
Foliage at top and sides of shield. Crest unknown. Source, ( Reg. Ho., Fraser Ch. )
6. Alexander Buchanan in Ibert, c 1557 ( Alexander was younger brother to Thomas, second
of Drummakill and Moss, and his wife Agnes Heriot. Agnes was of the Heriot's of Traboun and
was gt. Aunt to George Heriot 1562 -1624 who bequethed funds for the establishment in 1628
of the George Heriot School in Edinburgh.
A shield of arms: A fess between three ( bears or boars ) heads erased. Foliage at top
and side of shield. Crest unknown. Source, ( Reg. Ho., Fraser Ch. )
7. Alexander Buchanan of Ibert, c 1573
An ornamental shield with initials AMB at top and sides. bearing arms: A fess
between three boar heads erased. Source, ( Reg. Ho., Fraser Ch. )
8. John Buchanan, c 1585
John Buchanan of Ballachondachie married Margaret Buchanan daughter of Robert Buchanan seventh of Leny. John was the fourth son ( third to reach adulthood ) of Thomas Buchanan, third of Drummakill, and his wife Giles Cunningham. John was nephew to the family of Ibert above.
A shield of arms: A chevron between three boars heads erased contoury. Source,
( Leny and Bardowie Ch. )
9. Master Robert Buchanan, c 1607
Robert was provost of the Collegiate Church of Kirkheuch in St. Andrews.
A shield of arms: A chevron counter componu between two boars heads,
erased in chief and another ( or crescent ) in base. Flowers at top and sides of shield.
Crest unknown. Source, ( Brotherton Ch. )