Glengarry and Ottawa
|Glengarry and Ottawa Valley Branch|
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|Genealogy Research: Help and Resources, Getting Started|
Allan McDonald's family database Over
22,000 names in
including 197 "MacMillan", 791 "McMillan"
|Google Albums MacMillan Photos 2002 - 2012|
|Clan MacMillan Society of North America|
Finlaystone, Langbank, Renfrewshire, Scotland, PA14 6TJ
|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.
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.
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.
only Celtic Shop in Glengarry County. Kilt rentals and
clothing, clan items, celtic jewelry, imported food, tartans,
gifts. 8 Main Street, Maxville, Ontario. (613)
- and - 254 Pitt Street, Cornwall, Ontario (613) 938-4798
Society of Australia
Originally established in 1983, it aims at fostering kinship between members of the MacMillan Clan and the various Septs.
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| Clan MacMillan
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