We recently received notice that the Celtic Heritage Alliance (CHA) is seeking volunteers for the McMinnville Scottish Festival to be held June 9-10, 2018 in McMinnville, Oregon. Click for more information Or if you are interested in simply attending, tickets are available at the McMinnville Scottish Festival website: www.macscottishfest.com
About Frank Lawler
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Entries by Frank Lawler
Greetings Hanna/y/h/ey cousins, with a Happy St. Patrick’s Day to those of us who trace our ultimate Sorbie lineage back through an Irish branch. Interested in finding out more about your Scots-Irish connections? Here are some resources to get you started… Hanna of the Close (by our Clan Genealogist Keith Hanna) Intertwined Roots, a review […]
Miss Margaret Hudson originally produced this Historical Paper in 1974 It sounds like the title of an old Anna Neagle film or a novel by Thomas Armstrong. In fact, there was really only one Hannah of Hannahfield, and this paper is as much an attempt to show the fascination of tracing family history, as it […]
Eighty Years Ago, “and on” by Mrs Marjorie Hannay Meredith, Cones Cottage, 88 Old Woking Road, West Byfleet, Weybridge, Surrey – circa 1975 This is a little tribute to Galloway, my Grandmother’s home county – her Drumaston [Drummaston] home at Whithorn. I was born in Dover in February 1896 – a very unpromising baby! Even […]
As many members have likely noticed, over the past month we have been migrating users from our existing site clanhannay.com to our new site clanhannay.org. This is happening in batches, not all at once. So if you are a member and you haven’t gotten your migration email, it is likely that we haven’t gotten to […]
Clan Society Member Gerard Hanney very kindly provided us with a French translation of our Clan Hannay Society Leaflet! Un grand bienvenue à nos cousins francophones: À travers l’adversité jusqu’aux sommets! (Per Ardua Ad Alta)
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From the Stranraer and Wigtownshire Free Press August 24, 2017 WIGTOWNSHIRE was represented on Monday at the world famous Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo. Each performance of the Edinburgh tattoo started with a parade of two or three Scottish clans. Fifty-seven clans are represented across 25 performances, with Clan Hannay appearing on Monday with the Buchanans […]
At a reception in New York during Tartan Week in April this year, illustrated talks were given by the Chief David Hannay, on the Clan Hannay Society, and by the convenor Stephen Hanna, on Sorbie tower. All donations went to the restoration appeal for Sorbie Tower.
Looking for books about the family? The following are among the sources used in the upcoming fourth edition of The Hannays of Sorbie: Agnew, Andrew, Hereditary Sheriffs of Galloway, Edinburgh, 1893 (Vol. I)(Vol. II) Agnew, Robert Vans, Correspondence of Sir Patrick Vaus of Barnbarroch, Knight, Ayr and Galloway Archaeological Association, 1887 Anderson, William, Scottish Nation, Edinburgh, […]