The family whose primary branch name is spelled Hannay has, through the ages, spread from its origins in southwestern Scotland to every corner of the globe. Some who spread to other parts of Scotland changed the name slightly to Hannah. Some emigrated to parts of England where they adopted the spelling Hanney. In the 17th century a large wave of the family settled in Ireland and their descendants, in general, used the spelling Hanna. The great expansion of the British Empire in the 18th and 19th centuries took all spellings of the name farther afield to North America, the Caribbean, the Indian subcontinent and Oceania.
The clan genealogist, R. Keith Hanna, is at the disposal of registered members to assist them in researching their roots. Keith is a clan council member and the author of Hanna of the Close, an historical study of the family’s branch in Northern Ireland from its Scottish roots through the 19th century.
NOTE:The Society is currently selling a very limited range of products directly via mail order.
A wider range is available from convenor Stephen Hanna at Sorbie Tower : firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01988 600 652 ( mobile 07785544065 ).
Many Clan goods can also be purchased through the Hannay store at Scotclans . Be sure to use HANNAY 14 as a promotional code when checking out to receive the clan discount. Dismiss