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Castles of Guthrie are Many!!

2010 Guthrie tourgroup at Guthrie Castle near Forfar
Guthrie Castle near Forfar
Did you know that Guthrie has more than one castle in Scotland? Guthrie Castle was built under a warrant issued by King James III of Scotland by Sir David Guthrie in 1468 just east of Forfar, Angus.

Did you know that Guthrie has more than one castle in Scotland? In addition to Guthrie Castle near Forfar, we are proud to call Torosay Castle one of our own -- on the Isle of Mull, off the west coast of Scotland.
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Torosay Castle on the Isle of Mull
The picture below shows our 2010 Guthrie tourgroup posing on the formal garden steps

In the picture below our 2010 Clan Guthrie tour group poses in front of Gagie House - the historic 'dower house' (i.e., place of residence of the next in line of succession to be chief of the Clan. To read more about our Guthrie castles, visit our Castles web page link.

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Gagie House near Dundee

 

 

 

 

 

 


STILL AVAILABLE!  Perhaps the most popular source of research for many beginning genealogists is Lawrence Guthrie's book, "Guthrie and Allied Families." Originally printed in 1933, this book was reprinted by Mabel Guthrie Lee in 1985 and copies may still be ordered from her daughter, Pam Shaeffer.

                                                                                       To order                                                               

       

        American Guthrie and Allied Families

              send $20.00 (regularly $50.00)

                      + $5.00 Shipping Charge

                       $25.00 Total

        to:

             Pam Shaeffer

             16732 W. 61st Place

             Arvada, CO  80403-2614

Description: This is a duplicate of original 740 page bound hard cover edition originally printed in 1933. Please submit any questions directly to Pam via email... PLS4595@gmail.com


About Clan Guthrie USA

Clan Guthrie-USA is a "full-service" fraternal organization. We participate in Scottish highland festivals around the country, offer catalog sales of Guthrie merchandise, publish a quarterly newsletter, sponsor special events such as our reunion tours to Scotland in 1991, 1996, 2000, 2005, and 2010 as well as annual seasonal tours. We also maintain a Guthrie family genealogy database.

The goal of our website is to offer Guthries far and wide a chance to communicate, to learn more about our heritage and, with the help of the World Wide Web, to explore new realms of opportunity to portray the pride of being a Guthrie/Guthery/Gutherie/Guthry/ Guttery. No matter how you spell it, our blood lines all connect to the same source.

Please sign our Guest Book and also become a member!

For Sale

The History of the Guthrie Family in Scotland Dalgety DVD History of the Guthrie Family in Scotland
1995 Interview with Jack Dalgety

Guthrie Family Historian
And
Designer of the Guthrie Tartan

$22.00 US (Including Postage)

To Order: Send Check or Money order for $22.00 US to.

Dalgety DVD
c/o Clan Guthrie-USA, Inc.
157 Mountain Drive
Pittsfield, MA 01201
USA

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Guthrie Gifts

Guthrie Gifts It's never too late to send some birthday or after Christmas gifts! Be sure to checkout new items in our Guthrie Catalog, such as Guthrie tartan scarves, a Guthrie jacket or sweatshirt with Clan Crest, and many other special gifts for Guthries. Or for yourself too!






Clan Guthrie's ancestry traced to Robert the Bruce

Robert The Bruce Guthrie ancestry is strongly tied to the history of Scotland. Long before Guthrie Castle was built in 1468, Robert the Bruce, was busy fighting for the freedom of Scotland. Robert the Bruce is the matriarchal ancestor of Guthries descending from the marriage of Alexander Guthrie, 2nd of Guthrie and Margaret Lyon of Glamis. Robert Bruce was the heroic King of Scots who, despite set-backs, secured Scotland's independence from England. His attempts to capture Stirling Castle led to his famous victory at Bannockburn in 1314. The King of England finally agreed that he was King of an independent country in 1328. Today many Guthries share this famous ancestor with HM Queen Elizabeth.

More about Robert the Bruce:
BBC History

Ancestry Chart tracing to Robert the Bruce:
Clan Guthrie-USA Genealogy Report

Also see Clan Guthrie Genealogy Page




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