Clan Wardlaw

 

 

Welcome to the New Clan Wardlaw Association website!

We have lots of Wardlaw information for everyone, and lots of great things going on! Be sure to visit often and we hope you can join us!! We have members from the countries shown here with their flags!  Wardlaws are truly international!! 

WELCOME, NEW MEMBER SWEDEN!!!

 

 

Everyone welcome! Any Wardlaw, related Wardlaw, any spelling, collateral branches, anyone just interested in the Wardlaws!

Wardlaw / Wardlow / Wardlawe / Wardloe / Wardlaw-Ramsay / Mark-Wardlaw / Wedlaw/Wedlow

 

 

NEW! Wardlaw Heritage Library is now catalogued!

Watch our progress here!

 

 

As of today, September 9, 2021, all the books are entered.

Watch this page for more to come daily.

I'll be posting a link for you to click in to see what is there soon.

The four icons above the yellow bar are; List, Cards, Covers and Shelves. The Shelves icon puts the books on shelves and you can see the covers of the books that have covers.

Pretty cool!

 

 

LAUDERDALE COUNTY, TENNESSEE

 

For those of you who link to Lauderdale County, Tennessee, there is this wonderful book on ebay that is probably very informative.

Lauderdale County from Earliest Times : An Intimate and Informal Account of the Towns and Communities, Its Families and Famous Individuals - Kate Johnston Peters - Sugar Hill Lauderdale County Library - McCowat-Mercer 1st Edition 1957 - Historical / Biographical - Very Scarce / Rare Title from the Only Printing - VERY GOOD CONDITION
 
US $125.00

 

9.25 x 6.25 x 1.5 inches, 377 Pages, Black & White Illustrations / Images, Cloth Covered Boards w/Gold Gilt Lettering on Cover & Spine, Very Good Condition
 
The pioneers and early settlers of Tennessee were a hardy, resolute, courageous people, who ventured into the wilderness to make their homes, improve their fortunes,to enjoy liberty, and have the privileges of self-government that they did not have in the older colonies." So begins the first chapter of Lauderdale County from Earliest Times, primarily an oral history as retold by the descendants of these very pioneers the book leads the reader through "an Intimate and Informal Account of the Towns and Communities, Its Families and Famous Individuals".
Original illustrations, images and maps help lay the groundwork for a trip back in time, bringing the places, the people and their times in to the bright focus of the present.
 
"The" book for researching Lauderdale County, Tennessee families. Much of this is oral history, only some records cited, so you'll want to confirm the information with further research. Nonetheless a great place to start. - Review
 
Condition is "Very Good".  Great Condition, minimal  age / shelf / storage wear. Very light foxing inside front cover, nominal order. Otherwise tightly bound, crisp, clean, and clear text, illustrations and images make this is a terrific original volume. This is a very scarce title, from the only printing in 1957, these do not come along very often, especially in this condition!
 
A book that does not look new and has been read but is in excellent condition. No obvious damage to the cover, with the dust jacket (if applicable) included for hard covers. No missing or damaged pages, no creases or tears, and no underlining/highlighting of text or writing in the margins. May be very minimal identifying marks on the inside cover. Very minimal wear and tear.
 
Shipped with USPS Media Mail.

Our NEW Wardlaw page at House of Tartan! Click to go see!!

You can see both the Modern version and the Muted version. (see kilts below)

 

 

Trotter House - Brownsburg, Virginia

This house has now been sold and I've been in contact with the new owners who are very interested in the Wardlaw history of the house!

 

 

Our Wardlaw friend, Amy Bullard, found this on Zillow and shot it over to me to share with you! This is one of the original houses that the Wardlaws built when they first settled in Brownsburg. See the Zillow page here:

https://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/22-Hays-Creek-Rd_Brownsburg_VA_24415_M96790-52677#photo40

 

 

 

This is the page from my book "Wardlaw Chronicle" about the Trotter House in Brownsburg.

 

 

 

 

The next page about the Trotter House from my book "Wardlaw Chronicle".

 

 

 

Mark Wardlaw has set up a Facebook page for us. Go to "Clan Wardlaw Association"

See more here on the 'Links You Will Like' page

 

LEAVE YOUR COMMENTS ON OUR NEW COMMENTS PAGE! WE'D LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU!

We will be adding more bells, whistles and other neat stuff as we go. Keep checking back to see our progress! This is just a beginning for a great website!! Thanks to you all for your support! We now have 213 members!

 

You can use this PayPal button to make a dues/donation to the CWA, there is

a feature where you can indicate recurring amounts. This button is also on the

Membership Page to join the Clan Wardlaw Association. We welcome  your

dues and especially your joining with us!!

This is our new version website and we'll be working on it as we go. Our original website was started October 30, 2008, and at the time of this change had over 11,000 hits . This new one is beginning July 2016 and starting back up at 11,000. You can email us at dianewardlaw7@yahoo.com.

 

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