Tuesday, 21 February 2017
Tour Scotland Video Finlayson Stained Glass Window Greyfriars Tolbooth Highland Kirk Edinburgh
Tour Scotland video of the Finlayson Memorial, stained glass window in Greyfriars Tolbooth Kirk on ancestry visit to Edinburgh, Scotland.
Finlayson is an ancient surname of Scottish origin and is the patronymic, son of, form of Finlay, and is the Anglicization of the Gaelic MacFhionnlaigh, and generally translated as fair hero, from the elements, fionn, meaning fair and laoch, meaning a warrior or hero.
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