Balgonie Castle, Fife is a veritable "Deerhound Paradise and Sanctuary". The Most Honorable Laird of Balgonie and Eddergoll and his family have thirty years experience in Deerhound Rescue.Click on the image to visit their web site.
You can almost hear the rallying cry of this noble and powerful medieval Scottish Lowlands family. . .
"A DOUGLAS ! A DOUGLAS !"
Visit the Douglas Community Council website by clicking on the image above of Douglas Castle; the family seat of the powerful Douglas Clan; Douglas Lanarkshire
The Douglas Heritage Museum is open from Easter to end September Saturdays and Sundays from 2 pm to 5 pm. Don't miss out on this important site...just next door to St. Brides Kirk in the former Dower House of Douglas Castle noted as St. Sophia's on the map linked by clicking the image at the left.
Click on the image above to access the Clan Wallace Website; William le Hardi Douglas was the first nobleman to join William Wallace in Rebellion in 1297.
To access the Borders Family History site, please click on the image above.
Click on the above image to be redirected to the website for this exciting new book on James MacKay; beautifully researched and illustrated with original documents.
Access the Clan Douglas of North America site by clicking the image above. Clan Douglas takes an active role in supporting the Douglas Heritage Museum in Douglas, Lanarkshire.
Click on the image of Groby Village to access the award winning website, Groby Directory.
Click on the image above to access the site for Crann Tara, dedicated to preserving the history, culture, heritage, and future of Scotland
The Arthur Conan Doyle of it...the writing of My Truth