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New up-beat AGM format. There has never been an AGM like this one.
After the main business of the AGM there will be a short coffee break followed by three presentations. Christopher has kindly agreed to present some slides from the new Lindsay book and give some background information on the Publication Lady Balniel is treating us to a showing of the video of Alexander and Allison’s wedding at Balcarres last September. Following this the Clan Lindsay Society’s Editor, Diarmid Lindsay, will give a short presentation dealing with a slice of Lindsay history covering the period 1314 to 1414. See below for more details. SATURDAY 30th March at 2.00 PM. Set your SatNav to KY9 1LS Free parking in the Main Street.
There is no rush to go home. Sit round the fire, browse through the Lindsay Cupboard and catch up with old friends in the Library Reading Room. Refreshments available from the kitchen. We hope to see you there.
Publication of James Lindsay’s “A Lindsay Family Story”
The late James Lindsay, second son of the 27th Earl of Crawford and Balcarres (Clan Chief: 1913 – 1940), wrote an informal history of his branch of the Lindsays in 1989. It is now being published privately. It will have about 420 pages, with over 120 illustrations, including some of James’s own work – he was a talented artist. The price will be £30 (hardback) and £20 (paperback), plus post and packing. Any interest can be notified to Christopher Arnander at firstname.lastname@example.org
Further details of this publication, edited by Christopher, are to be found on the Lindsay Publications page under The Lindsay Cupboard tag. Click here for more information
Clan Lindsay Society AGM, March 2019
The AGM will be held on Saturday, 30th March 2019 in the Galloway Library, Colinsburgh, Fife. The Meeting will commence at 2.00 pm and every effort will be made to keep the business to one hour. Following the AGM there will be a short intermission and then a talk will be given on the subject “The House of Crawford after Bannockburn: 1314 – 1414“.
This 100-year period is a very active time in Lindsay history It spans the emergence of the Edzell, Byres and Dowhill Branches from the Crawford line. It covers other events such as the Battle of Glasclune, Challenge on London Bridge, marriage to a Princess and the gaining of an Earldom. The castles of Crawford, Dunnottar, Struthers and Edzell feature during this time-frame.
Following the talk Members can relax in the environment of the Galloway Library beside the log fire, explore the “Lindsay Cupboard” and enjoy a refreshment (or two) before adjourning to a Local Hotel for an evening meal together.
It is understood that Christopher Arnander will be present at the Meeting and will give us news of his latest publication soon to be released “A Lindsay Family Story: An Informal and Selective Chronicle of a Scottish Clan across Four Continents and Nine Centuries“.
We hope you can reserve this date for a chance to catch up with friends and family..
This year’s Gathering will be held at Inveraray Castle in Argyll on 7th September 2019. More detailed information can be found on the Gatherings page. Click here for more information.