David Arnot may refer to:
John Leslie may refer to:
Sylvester or Silvester is a name derived from the Latin adjective silvestris meaning "wooded" or "wild", which derives from the noun silva meaning "woodland". Classical Latin spells this with i. In Classical Latin y represented a separate sound distinct from i, not a native Latin sound but one used in transcriptions of foreign words. After the Classical period y came to be pronounced as i. Spellings with Sylv- in place of Silv- date from after the Classical period.
James Grant may refer to:
John Fraser may refer to:
Colin Campbell may refer to:
Kenneth Mackenzie or Kenneth McKenzie may refer to:
James or Jimmy Gibson may refer to:
John Reid may refer to:
James Hamilton may refer to:
James Ramsay may refer to:
Strachan is a surname of Scottish origin, which is pronounced or. Notable people with the surname include:
James Montgomery may refer to:
Munro is a Scottish surname. In both languages, it means "man from the River Roe" in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. The surname is common in Ross-shire and other areas of northern Scotland; it also spread to Canada via emigration. Variant spellings of the same name include Monro, Monroe, Munroe, Munrow and Manrow.
James Cockburn may refer to:
Arnott may refer to:
William Arnot may refer to:
John MacLean or John Maclean is the name of:
John Arnot may refer to:
Sir John Arnott, 1st Baronet (1814–1898), was an Irish entrepreneur.
Lauder is a surname of Scottish origin. There are four distinct Lauder families with multiple notable members.