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Glengarry and Ottawa Valley Branch
of the CLAN MACMILLAN Society
of North America

Branch, Clan and Celtic Links

Glengarry and Ottawa Valley Branch
MacMillan History Pieces Membership Registration
Branch Kit Shop AGM Oct.14, 2000 Minutes
Post Office President's Report, Jan 14, 2001
Clan MacMillan of North America Gathering; August 3-12, 2001
Finlaystone 1802-2002 Memorial Plaque
Spring Dinner & Branch Meeting, Dunvegan, Ontario; May 5, 2001
includes a link to the meeting agenda

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Clan MacMillan Centre   Clan Centre Homepage
Finlaystone, Langbank, Renfrewshire, Scotland, PA14 6TJ Graeme MacKenzie, the Clan Centre Curator and Genealogist, is collecting information for a world-wide Clan MacMillan database. Please send him your MacMillan related information.
St Raphaels Roman Catholic Church in St Raphaels, Ontario
The mission of the Friends of the Ruins of St Raphaels, Inc. is to preserve and enhance the site as a monument to the history of our settlement and as an attraction to cultural tourism.
P.O. Box 190, Williamstown, Ontario, Canada, K0C 2J0  President: Colleen Kennedy   (613) 347-1778
Douglas McKercher    Teaches Gaelic at the University of Ottawa (Department of Modern Languages). Douglas is the author of Old Morag's Commonplace Book, a miscellany of waifs and strays of Scots Gaelic lore, published in 1997 by Fomorian Press. A professional book designer and editor, he now finds much of his work is designing for the Web.
E-mail: Douglas McKercher
Clan MacMillan Society of New Zealand
E-mail: Margaret Pool  President, Clan MacMillan Society of NZ
MacMillans in California
Clan MacMillan, Pacific Branch, Southern District.   E-mail: Richard Saunders
Ottawa Scots Societies  A list of some Scots Societies in the Ottawa area.  St. Andrew's Society of Ottawa
D. Hugh M. Reekie 164 Bayswater Ave, Ottawa, ON, Canada K1Y 2G3, ph 613-728-5343, fax 613-728-9143
email Hugh Reekie or go to Hugh's Home Page
Celtic Heritage Magazine: A bi-monthly publication on the Music, Language, Traditions, History and Folklore of Celtic people world-wide.    E-mail: Celtic Heritage
Games Crest   Glengarry Highland Games, Maxville, Ontario, Canada  - since 1948
  An outstanding display of music, dance, sports, pageantry, and tradition.
   Watch here for 2001 updates!
Visit the MacMillan table in the Clans building in 2001.

U.S. Scots Magazine is the premiere print magazine for the Scottish-American Community
Visit to read past articles, reference our online databases, explore our extensive links database, and learn how to subscribe.
   Email: Jim Davenport, Editor & Webmaster
HighlandNet Home Page: A compendium of news and information about activities and events.
Clan News Page for Clans and Branches. (Go to this page for listing information.)
Email: Chuck Hastings
House of Scotland: Grey Stag Distribution Ltd.
Gold Website Award What we show here is a sample of some of the products from a wide range available.
We invite your inquiries for any Scottish goods or services.
603 Fraser Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K2A 2R6
Phone:  (613) 759-8232  Fax (613) 759-8234  Email: Jim Millar, President Scottish Clans Calendar Gathering, Festivals and Highland Games
If you would like a Web site for your event, we'd be pleased to host it for you, free of charge.
Phone: (506) 455-3108   Fax: (506) 455-8772    Email:
McIlvail and the Clan MacMillan Connection: History and origins. A bibliography of books on Clan MacMillan.
Email: Reid McInvale
ElectricScotland  A guide to, and some great historical accounts of, over 240 Scottish clans and families. Most of our material comes from antiquarian books published in the 1800's. There are many references to clans in our History section as well. See the Clan MacMillan page.
We'll gladly notify you of meetings, news and events. Send us your email address.
Your comments, contributions and suggestions are most welcome.

Modified Monday, January 22, 2001 by: Jerry Stubbings, Branch Secretary
Technical Facilitation: ComFlex Services