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Glengarry and Ottawa Valley Branch
Branch Activity Records (Agendas, Minutes, Reports)
MacMillan History Pieces Branch Registration
Branch Kit Shop Publications, Books
Genealogy Research: Help and Resources, Getting Started
James Allan McDonald's family database  Over 22,000 names in this file,
including 197 "MacMillan", 791 "McMillan"
  Google Albums  MacMillan Photos 2002 - 2012
Clan MacMillan Society of North America 

Hugh P. MacMillan passed away Saturday, July 21
HUGH PEARSON MACMILLAN was born in 1924 in Fitzroy Harbour, near Arnprior in the Ottawa Valley.
His ancestors came to Canada from Scotland in 1793.
In the late 1950s, Hugh began to pursue a long-time interest in local and family history, involving himself in the
founding of the Glengarry Historical Society, the Dunvegan Pioneer Museum, and the Nor'Wester and Loyalist Museum at Williamstown.


Clan MacMillan International Centre
Finlaystone, Langbank, Renfrewshire, Scotland, PA14 6TJ

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Project MAOL
The Clan MacMillan Family History Archive is being compiled for the Clan Centre at Finlaystone in Scotland by genealogist Graeme Mackenzie and made available to all M'millans and Septname bearers in the world through this website funded by Clan MacMillan International - the worldwide society founded in 1993 to support the work of the Clan Centre.
Macmillan/McMullen etc. Baxter, Bell, Blue, Brown, Lany/Lennie, Melanson, Millan/Mullen, Milliken/Mulligan, Walker.
Membership of Clan MacMillan International (Centre) includes a subscription to the Clan MacMillan International Magazine.

"St. Raphael's Ruins" St. Raphael's, Glengarry, Ontario   -- Declared a National Historic Site in 1999.
The mission of the Friends of the Ruins of St Raphael's, Inc. is to preserve and enhance the site as a monument
to the history of our settlement and as an attraction for cultural tourism.
The Friends of the Ruins St Raphaels Inc. held a commemorative celebration on Sunday, June 25th, 2006 at 7:00 p.m. at the Ruins. "Celebrating Our Heritage" marked the completion of the stabilization of the Ruins along with the unveiling of the plaques in recognition of the faithful and generous "Donors" to the stabilization program.
Inside view

Star Inn "Glengarry Pioneer Museum" - Dunvegan, Ontario
This community museum interprets the history of the nineteenth-century Scottish, Loyalist, and French Canadian settlement in Glengarry County. The site houses a unique collection of buildings: the first bar in Eastern Ontario, a miniature cheese factory, the Roxborough Town Hall, two period log barns, a livery shed and the last working forge/blacksmith shop in the county.
Artifacts on display include furniture, clothing, textiles, china and farm tools. The museum's reference room includes collections of photographs, books, genealogical material, bibles and maps that indicate the earliest farms in the area.

Ardbrae Dancers Logo The Ardbrae Dancers of Ottawa  Scottish Country Dancing is energetic social dancing. It is also known as the Ballroom Dancing of Scotland. The emphasis is on fun, friendship and lively music. It is done in sets of 6 or 8 people. Since dancing etiquette requires that you change partners after each dance, you soon know everyone. E-mail:
Games crest Glengarry Highland Games, Maxville, Ontario, Canada - North America's Largest Highland Games
Since 1948, an outstanding display of music, dance, sports, pageantry, and tradition. Competition results are posted here.
See Glengarry & Ottawa Valley MacMillan Clan Photos of the 2011 Glengarry Games
Please visit the MacMillan table in the Clans Building at the 2012 Games.
The only Celtic Shop in Glengarry County. Kilt rentals and sales, clothing, clan items, celtic jewelry, imported food, tartans, gifts.  8 Main Street, Maxville, Ontario. (613) 527-1555 Email:
- and - 254 Pitt Street, Cornwall, Ontario (613) 938-4798

lanark45.gifCelebrate the Scottish culture and heritage of the Ottawa Valley at the North Lanark Highland Games in Almonte, Ontario.
The 27th North Lanark Highland Games were a success! Join us August 20, 2011.
Games start at 9:00 a.m., Opening Ceremonies at 1:00 p.m., and the Massed Bands at 5:30 p.m.
Clan MacMillan Society of Australia
Originally established in 1983, it aims at fostering kinship between members of the MacMillan Clan and the various Septs.
President:   Web Master:

Clan MacMillan Society of New Zealand
Welcome to the website of the Clan MacMillan Society of New Zealand. We hope that in the near future you will be able to download our latest news letters and archives.    , Secretary, Clan MacMillan Society of New Zealand

Clan MacMillan, North Central States logoThe branch encompasses Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, the Dakotas and Missouri. In 2008 we participated in the Minnesota Scottish Fair and Highland Games, the Illinois St. Andrews Scottish Festival at Oak Brook IL, Minnesota Renaissance Festival in Minneapolis and the Southwestern Missouri Celtic Festival in Buffalo, MO.       

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:
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.
Tomdoun Sporting Lodge  A Victorian Sporting Lodge in a truly unique elevated setting overlooking the Upper Garry. A perfect place to stay for those with a love of Scotland and the great outdoors, the Tomdoun is a comfortable home away from home with a lively atmosphere, great food and a warm welcome.  E-Mail:
Invergarry, Inverness-shire, Scotland, PH35 4HS  Tel: +44 (0)1809-511218 / Fax: +44 (0)1809-511300
Ardochy House north of Fort William, Scotland, two miles off the A87 from Invergarry to Skye in the Highlands of Scotland is a former shooting lodge with three cottages and the owners' house, set round a cobbled courtyard viewing south over Loch Garry and the mountains beyond.
    Ardochy House Cottages, Glengarry, Invergarry, Inverness-shire, PH35 4HR.  Tel: (01809) 511292, Fax: (01809) 511293
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