About Frank Lawler
Frank has been a member of the Clan Hannay Society since the late 1990s.
Entries by Frank Lawler
Major General James Eric Hanna, CD, BASc, PEng Jun 19, 1926 – Dec 22, 2020. It is with great sadness that Kathleen Hanna reports the death from congestive heart failure of her husband James Eric Hanna at the age of 94 at the Perley & Rideau Veterans’ Health Centre in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on Tuesday, […]
The Clan Hannay Society is looking to hire, on a part-time basis, a manager for clanhannay.org, our organization’s website. Time Commitment Spread over the course of the year, such a position would require an average of 3 hours a week. Sometimes, several days can go by without an issue, but when one arises, it often […]
Account members at clanhannay.org are invited to join the 2021 Virtual Gathering, starting at 7:00pm BST. Click to Go to Virtual Gathering!
Clan member Gerard Hanney sent us the following Scottish Country Dance created by Helen Russell. It is intended to be performed while accompanied by The Hannays Return to Sorbie. You can listen to the chief playing this tune on the smallpipes here. Gerard adds that Ms. Russell “composed the dance at my request when she […]
Clan genealogist Keith Hanna recently sent me a link to a most intriguing item which had been up for auction at Christie’s, almost twenty years ago: JEFFERSON, Thomas. Autograph letter signed (“Th:Jefferson”) to General Robert Hanna (1744-1821), Monticello, 16 January 1820. 1 page, 4to, torn and professionally repaired along two folds, but with loss of […]
Excerpted from The Hannays of Sorbie, 4th Edition, available on Amazon.com in paperback or Kindle. All profits from sales go to the Clan Hannay Society. In 1329, when David Bruce succeeded his father Robert to become King David II of Scotland, Edward Balliol, the son of John Baliol, disputed the succession. The dispute went to Edward […]
Excerpted from The Hannays of Sorbie, 4th Edition, available on Amazon.com in paperback or Kindle. All profits from sales go to the Clan Hannay Society. George Hannay, the son of James Hannay, D.D., was born December 12, 1631. He fought, possibly along with his brother James, with King Charles II in the ill-fated Worcester campaign of 1650 and […]