The hardcover edition of the Society's Armorial, first edition, is now available, bearing ISBN 9780974543024.
Cloth, glossy jacket, premium color printing and paper, retail $75.00 USD
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ARMORIAL NOW AVAILABLE FOR ORDER
The Society of Scottish Armigers is pleased to announce that its Armorial has been published and is now available for sale to Members. Miss Cornelia Wendell Bush, Associate Member of the Society and the Editor of the Armorial, has established an e-commerce store for Members to purchase the book.
List Price: $55.00, 6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm), Paperback, Full Color on White paper, 292 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1523228768, ISBN-10: 1523228768, LCCN: 2016909380, BISAC: Reference / Genealogy
First edition, containing hundreds of illustrations, with an introduction by the Society’s President the Lord Lyon and a Greeting from the Society’s Chairman, together with a history of the Society by its President Emeritus, photographs of the Society Members at Highland Games and other events, and a Memorial section.
The Arms of the Members are depicted together with spouses, children and grandchildren, illustrating the manner in which Scottish Heraldry recognizes these relationships. The Arms of Honorary Members are included, many of whom are Clan Chiefs, and illustrate the connection between Chiefs and the Armigers in heraldic terms. The introduction, by the Lord Lyon, addresses both historical and practical matters of Heraldry under Scottish law, including how to apply for a Coat of Arms at the Court of Lord Lyon.
Students of History, Heraldry and Art will find this book a useful reference work.
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MacRaes to America!!
A brief history of the Clan MacRae with records of MacRae, Ray, MacRath, McGrath & related families.
Volume One, Second edition, just published and available now in paperback and Kindle formats.
With 68 spelling variants of the surname MacRae, researching online becomes a formidable task.
MacRaes to America is a finding aid for Scottish-Americans of the Clan MacRae.
Roughly 18,000 US census records are organized by state and by first name, then chronologically.
Miss Bush's approach helps make it possible to find your MacRae ancestor in America!
Edition: Volume One, Second Edition
Publication Date: Aug 03 2015
ISBN/EAN13:151534679X / 9781515346791
Binding Type:US Trade Paper
Trim Size: 6" x 9"
Color: Black and White
Related Categories: History / Europe / Great Britain / General
List Price: $24.95
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Alexandrina Mackenzie of Ballone is what we genealogists call a “gateway ancestor.” She opens a path to all of the major families of the early British Isles, as well as to the royal houses of Europe, the Emperor Charlemagne, and on back to the beginnings of recorded history.
Alexandrina descends from Feradach (progenitor of Clan Mackenzie) as well as dynastic marriages which bring in the following: Conn of 100 Battles (Ireland), Cerdic the King of the West Saxons (Wessex, England), Olaf the Tree Hewer (Norway), Rhodri Mawr, Prince of Gwynedd (Wales), John, Lord of the Isles (Scotland, Clan Donald), Robert the Bruce (Scotland, through whom, the Stewart kings and the current royal family), Edward I (England), William I, the Conqueror (England), Charlemagne (Emperor, Continental Europe), Saint Louis IX (France), Anne of Kiev (Russia) and more.
I have included the ancestry of Kenneth, 1st of Kintail as well as of his wife, Morna MacDougall of Lorn. I have depicted the major branches of Clan Mackenzie; namely, those who descend from this marriage, in what is believed to be the order of seniority. The lines associated with the titles Earl of Seaforth and Earl of Cromartie are each given their own chapter.
Alexandrina Mackenzie of Ballone lived at a time of great change in Scotland. When I first learned about her, I felt a strong connection, and have wanted to record her place in history, and her lineage. I hope that sharing this information will help other members of our large, extended family, the Clan Mackenzie, and its offshoots. It is good to know one’s heritage, but it is even more important to honor it.
· MACKENZIES OF BALLONE
· LINE OF DESCENT FROM FERADACH
· LINES OF DESCENT FROM CONN OF THE 100 BATTLES
· LINES OF DESCENT FROM CERDIC, KING OF THE WEST SAXONS
· LINES OF DESCENT FROM OLAF, TREE HEWER
· LINES OF DESCENT FROM RHODRI MAWR, PRINCE OF GWYNEDD
· LINES OF DESCENT FROM CHARLEMAGNE
· LINES OF DESCENT FROM KENNETH, THE FIRST OF KINTAIL TO ALEXANDRINA OF BALLONE
· THE EARL OF SEAFORTH
· THE EARL OF CROMARTIE
· ASSOCIATED MACRAE LINES
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The Early History of the Village of Monroe, New York
Authored by Cornelia Wendell Bush
Smith's Clove, the present-day Village of Monroe, NY, is named for its first settler, David Smith. He came from Long Island, purchased two lots of the Cheesecock Patent, and developed a farm, orchards and a grist mill. He and his sons lived in peace for a short while before the outbreak of the American Revolution. As Loyalists, they were harried, their property was seized, David himself was incarcerated on a ship on the Hudson River. Members of his family were executed, and a few escaped to Canada. His farm became the Village of Monroe at its incorporation in 1894. Members of our community came together to commemorate the Centennial of that event, and we published a book called the Celebration of the Century, the History of the Village of Monroe. At that time, I provided a portion of this book and allowed it to be incorporated into that one. Originally drafted in 1993, this is the 2015 edition.
About the Author:
Cornelia Wendell Bush is the former President of the Heritage Preservation Committee of Monroe, Vice President of the Town of Monroe Historical Society, and
served on the Village of Monroe's Architectural Appearance Review Board, Planning Board, and Centennial Committee. She also served as the National Co-Chairman for Marking & Preservation of Historic Sites of the National Society Colonial Dames XVII Century, headquartered in Washington, DC. Cornelia was subsequently sworn in as the sixth Orange County Historian, and is the first woman to hold the Office. She is the six-greats granddaughter of David Smith, first settler of Smith's Clove, the present-day Village of Monroe. She graduated from the University of Virginia, Thunderbird/The American Graduate School of International Management, the nonprofit management program of Duke University, the Publishing Institute of New York University, and is a life member of Phi Sigma Iota International Honor Society. She is active in hereditary societies as a means of honoring her ancestors and preserving historic sites and structures.
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Jul 06 2015
1514331616 / 9781514331613
US Trade Paper
6" x 9"
Black and White
History / United States / State & Local / General
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