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Pipers marching


Recent News

1. The Scottish Confession of Faith
2. An Early History of Scotland and its languages.
3. A List of the Clan Names with their meanings and historical background.
4. A List of Place-names with their meanings and historical background.

The Stone of Scone, also known as the Stone of Destiny (click to see it and an exciting recent study) beneath the coronation chair in London's Westminster Abbey was returned home to Scotland on Friday, November 15, 1996 after 700 years!


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Septs (branches/offshoots) of the Stewart Clan

Sept

Origin

Boyd, Denniston, France, Francis, Lennox, Lisle, Lombard, Lyle, Mentieth, Moodie, Stuart

Stewart

Clay, Combich, Combie, Conlay, Donlevy, Leay, Levac, Livingston(e), Lorne, MacColl, MacCombe, McCombich, MacDonLeavy, Maclae, Maclay, Maclea, MacLeay, MacLew, MacNairn, MacNucator, MacRob, Mitchell, Mitchelson, Robb, Walker

Stewart of Appin

Conacher, Cruickshank(s), Duilach, Garrow, Gray, Larnach, MacGarrow, MacGlashan

Stewart of Atholl or Garth

Ballantyne, Caw, Fullerton, Glass, Hunter, Jameson, Jamieson, Lewis, Loy, MacCamie, MacCaw, MacCloy, McCurdie, MacElheran, MacKerron, MacLewis, MacLoy, MacMunn, MacMurtrie, Malloy, Milloy, Munn, Neilson, Sharpe

Stewart of Bute

Carmichael, MacMichael

Stewart of Appin, Galloway


Meaningful Stewart Symbols

Stewart Emblems

Stewart Crest

Thistle Oak leaf & acorns Crest w/animated wings
Thistle
Oak
Courage gains strength
from a wound

Nemo Me Impune Lacessit Cormorant's rock
Stewart Arms
Tryst (meeting place)
The Cormorant's Rock


Scotland - the "old country" we first called Home

Scotland map
Where our name began...


Stewart Tartans

Achnacone
Appin
Ardshiel
Argyll
Atholl


Bute
Dress
Fingask
Galloway


Garth
Hunting
Mourning
Old


Prince Charles
Rothesay
Royal
Urrard


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