Hannay, Hanna, and Hannah articles from around the world
Originally posted by franklaw on June 1, 2008 A successful Clan Gathering was held on Saturday afternoon May 31st, when about 50 people were piped to Sorbie Tower by the new clan piper, David Hanna from Northern Ireland. In the morning there was an AGM and lunch at Garlieston Village Hall and in the evening […]
2006 Clan Gathering The 2006 Clan Gathering will be an extended one, running from Tuesday, May 23rd to Sunday, May 28th, 2006 It will be primarily based in Stranraer, though some events will be taking place in Newton Stewart and Sorbie, with side trips to the Machars and Northern Ireland.
PROFESSOR DAVID HANNAY Second Chief of Clan Hannay As the eldest son of Ramsay Hannay, who died earlier this year at the age of 93, Professor David Hannay has succeeded his father as the Chief of Clan Hannay. This has been approved by the Lord Lyon and acclaimed at a recent gathering of the Clan […]
On Friday 16th January at 12:00 noon 2004, the Thanksgiving Service for Ramsay William Rainsford Hannay took place in the church of Kirkmabreck in the village of Creetown. Ramsay had been cared for in the Nursing Home at Gatehouse of Fleet lately and passed away on Saturday 10th of January 2004. Kirkmabreck is a beautiful […]
Ramsay William Rainsford Hannay Born 15 June 1911 – Conoor, India Died 10 January 2004 – Gatehouse-of-Fleet, Scotland Ramsay W. Rainsford Hannay was born in India where his father was serving in the army, but returned as a child to Edinburgh during the First World War. He was subsequently educated at Winchester College where he […]
CLAN HANNAY SOCIETY ANNUAL GATHERING & ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING SATURDAY – SUNDAY 29 & 30 MAY 2004 This event has already taken place. Saturday 29 May 2004 – Sorbie and Newton Stewart For those arriving early, drinks can be purchased at the Pheasant Inn opposite the village hall and this provides a good opportunity to meet and socialise before the buffet lunch. […]
George Hannah, dressed in Hannay regalia (see picture, left), showed his support for the Scottish rugby team at the October 12th World Cup game held in Townsville, Queensland, Australia. Scotland defeated Japan 32-11.