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Thomas Hay
OK Clan Hay, if the Clan Hay tartan appears to be one of the Sobreski Brother suspect tartans, the Hay/Leith Tartan dates to at least the 1719 Wilson of Bannockburn pattern book. So what is known abo...
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Hay of Errol arms
Robert L. Ayers
I am Robert L. Ayers of San Diego California. In searching my family roots I have recently been informed all Ayers of various spellings are of the Hay clan. (no idea why since Aryshire is the other side the island?) But Hay.....glad to be aboard!(perhaps Alan you might provide
me some education here...
Alan Hay
Hi Robert, good to be in touch. It's true that the name Ayer (although without the 's'Wink appears on all the lists of Clan Hay septs, but I'm not clear why, or what is the specific connection. Let me do some digging.....
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Katrina MacGregor
This is my paternal clan.
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Clan Hay
Near Peebles, Scottish orders. Neidpath was originally held by the Frasers but passed by marriage to the Hays in 1312. Mary, Queen of Scots, stayed here in 1563, as did James VI in 1587. The Hays w...
Clan Hay
Duns, Scottish Borders. Held by several families including by the Hays of Drumelzeir, whose descendants still own it. The ghost of Aleander Hay, who was killed at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815, is...
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