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  • Coleen (Friday, February 11 22 06:56 pm EST)

    Hello! My name is Coleen Cosgriff and I live in Sleepy Hollow, a house right near Brownsburg, VA. Your family newsletter called "A Clan Wardlaw Journal" dated January 2007 shows a picture of this house. I would like to know any. information you might be able to offer about the caption for the picture: "Sleepy Hollow-House in Brownsburg build by William B1 Wardlaw for his son, 1700's." We have just moved here this summer and I am researching the house. Thank you in advance for any assistance you might offer!

  • Dawn Woo (Tuesday, February 01 22 03:07 pm EST)

    NC Sassenach Tours would like to invite you to represent Clan Wardlaw May 19-21, 2022 in Ferguson. NC at Springtime at Fraser’s Ridge-A NC Scottish Experience. Venue is Leatherwood Mountains Resort. Clan registration is free.
    https://ncsassenachtours.com/springtime-clan-registration/
    https://ncsassenachtours.com/springtime-at-frasers-ridge/

  • Carolyn K Campbell (Thursday, January 13 22 03:17 pm EST)

    January 13, 2022


    Dear Clan Sponsor,

    The 28th Annual Loch Norman Highland Games are only a few months away and plans are underway to make this the best Games yet. We have missed seeing you over the past two years during the pandemic and are excited that we are able to return to our social activities we all have enjoyed in the past. At Historic Rural Hill’s Loch Norman Highland Games, we strive to continue hosting one of the premier Games in the Southeast. We appreciate your patronage and would like to invite you to join us as we celebrate our Scottish Heritage April 8th, 9th and 10th, 2022.

    If you pre-registered for the 2020 Highland Games, this is to confirm that your fees will carry over to the 2022 Games and we look forward to seeing you. These fees will not carry over beyond 2022, so please plan to join us this year. If you have not already registered, then please do so by going to www.lochnorman.com, then click the three horizontal bars in the upper right corner of the landing page and scroll down to select “Clan Sponsorships” which will take you to Tickets/clan tent registration and payment portal. Or, you may follow this link to get there: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2022-loch-norman-highland-games-clan-sponsorship-tickets-60418127245. Please note that a price increase has gone into effect for 2022 due to increased costs, however, 2020 paid registrations will be honored at the old price for this year only.

    Once registered, additional details regarding Honored Guests and Celtic Entertainment will be announced in your upcoming welcome letter.

    Thank you for your support. Without your patronage the continued success of The Loch Norman Highland Games would not be possible. We look forward to seeing you in April!

    Aye,

    Helen Cathey
    General Manager
    Loch Norman Highland Games

    Jessica Bustamante Executive Director
    Historic Rural Hill, Inc.

  • Samuel wardlow (Saturday, November 27 21 03:06 am EST)

    hi my name is Samuel Wardlow and i know its not law but ive done some reaserch and figured out that there were many ways to spell wardlow or law but just came on here to say hi and thought it was cool to see a bunch of people from the same family.

  • Judy Wardlaw Perser (Monday, June 28 21 12:56 am EDT)

    Hi my name is Judy Wardlaw Perser. I live in Rockwall, Texas. My son has recently moved to Toronto. Canada and I wanted to know if we have any Wardlaws there. Can you help me?

  • Kara Whittaker (Friday, April 09 21 03:22 pm EDT)

    Good Afternoon,

    I am writing to ask if you have a member in the Missouri / Illinois area that would like to host a tent at a VFW sponsored Scottish Festival in Washington, MO on Saturday, September 11, 2021? We are looking for at least 10 Clans to participate. Please let me know if you would be interested.

    Thank you for your time,
    Cheers!

    Kara Whittaker
    Clan Colquhoun International Society ~ Events
    (314) 616-1567 Cell
    Kara@clancolquhoun.com

  • Sue Crockett (Friday, June 12 20 04:35 pm EDT)

    I just received one of those "hints" from ancestry.com, wanted me to subscribe again. Their hint was the "AlethaWardlawQuilt". It mentioned her sister Lola and living in Mineola, Texas.
    I am intrigued because I had an aunt whose name was Aletha Wardlaw Beard. She was married to my father's brother, Joe Beard.They had four children, all of whom have passed away except one son, Robert. He now lives in Ovilla, Texas. I will pass this site info on to him. I am sure he will find it most interesting. About the quilt, who has it? I'd love to see a good clear picture of it to show my 95 year-old mother who knew Aunt Aletha well.

  • Jim Robbins (Wednesday, November 27 19 10:50 am EST)

    My Grandfather was William H. Wardlaw (9/18/1877-1/2/1957) from Lockesburg, Arkansas. To his union with Eula Caton were born tree children: Andrew, Mary Louise and Ruth (my Mother).

    William H."s Father was Andrew C. Wardlaw born in Anderson County, South Carolina in 1838. A. C. moved to Arkansas in 1886 with his wife Mary Smith died 3/3/1900. Six children were born to the marriage: Robert died 1906, John M. of Denver, Colorado; Mrs. Rosa Brown of LA, Calif.; William H. of De Queen, Ark.; and P. A. and Louis of Lockesburg. Using 23&me DNA to trace my heritage and request your assistance in any information you will provide. Trying to close the gap between myself and those per 23&me that share some DNA.

    You had a Jim Wardlaw listed on the board. Is his father Andrew Wardlaw Died in Calif.?

  • Margaret Crockett (Wednesday, September 18 19 08:22 pm EDT)

    Hello! My name is Margaret Crockett, granddaughter of Samuel E. Wardlaw of Abbeville. I've always been interested in the history of our family but never really knew where to start. I'm so excited I stumbled across this page! A cousin has given my mother our family bibles and I can't wait to see what I find! I'm hoping to trace our family back to Scotland and hopefully can with all the information you've provided. Thank you!

  • Evelyn Jepson (Wednesday, August 21 19 09:35 pm EDT)

    I have a set of Canadian Wardlaws. I don't want membership, because I am also of the Clan Elliot, the border clan...ours also came from scotland....

  • William "David" Hodges (Friday, July 05 19 02:35 pm EDT)

    I would like to meet the Wardlaw's in Abbeville, SC. My decedent is my GGGGG Grandmother Mary Ann Wardlaw, or it may have been Florence Wardlaw's, who married Benjamin Hodges and moved to AL then MS. My father was from Pontotoc, MS. I live just outside of Charlotte, NC and serve in the SC Army State Guard.

  • Eric Ferguson (Sunday, February 24 19 11:46 am EST)

    I was hoping to find Marks picture here but didn't see it.

  • Albert Fox (Monday, January 21 19 01:53 am EST)

    Hi. I'd love to see if my ancient relation Annice Wardlaw, b 1542, is part of your clan and on record. Would really like to hear back and see.

  • Daniel Wardlaw (Monday, December 10 18 12:30 am EST)

    Daniel Wardlaw here. My Grandfather William R Wardlaw lived around Tupelo Miss area. He was a very honest and simple man. He talked to me about the wardlaw name. He found a lot about my name. all the way back when his family came here from Scotland.

  • Daniel J Wardlaw (Monday, December 10 18 12:13 am EST)

    Hello Wardlaws, My name is Daniel J Wardlaw. I know about my last name. especially in the south.

  • Ellen Wardlaw (Tuesday, August 28 18 10:07 pm EDT)

    So happy to see the growth of this site and all the hard work that’s gone into documenting our family history. My father, William Acker Wardlaw, would have loved to have read your books! I’ve kept my maiden name—and live in central Oklahoma. Best wishes

  • William Wardkaw (Monday, June 25 18 05:48 pm EDT)

    My name is William Rial Wardlaw. The William Wardlaws have lasted for 5 generations. My fathers name was William Timon Wardlaw. His brother was Rial Holden Wardlaw.

  • Susan Martin (Monday, June 18 18 10:53 am EDT)

    Good Afternoon /Diane, I have just found your page, wow loved it.
    It has only been recently that I have discovered that I am a descendant from the surname Wardlaw.
    My 3rd Great Grandfather was born James Reid Wardlaw 1838. When he was married on the certificate it appeared that he was illiterate and put a cross and his name became James Wardlaw Reid. His parents were James Wardlaw 1810-1885 and Agnes Reid 1811.

    So I should have been born a Wardlaw not a Reid.

  • Jon Wooten (Saturday, August 19 17 01:52 pm EDT)

    My maternal grandfather was William Green Wardlaw Sr. He was married to my grandmother Pattie Riggins. Just started researching my ancestors.

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  • Judith C. White (Friday, February 03 17 07:05 pm EST)

    Hi Diane:
    Your new website looks great! I hope the investment is working for you. I am still working on verifying my Texas Wardlaw line with my DNA cousins. FamilyTreeDNA.com is the best testing service to use, if you are interested.
    Did you use Network Solutions for your website? How did that work out for you? I am curious for another friend who needs a website set up. Please let me know. Thank you.
    Judith C. White

  • Clara wardlaw (Thursday, January 26 17 03:26 pm EST)

    I cant believe there's a whole website dedicated to my last name! And yes, my last name is wardlaw :3

  • Shirley Dukes (Thursday, December 29 16 09:46 am EST)

    Trying to figure out if we are kinsmen. My grandfather was Elmer Francis Wardlaw, born 1881 to Frances Golden Wardlaw & Mary Jane Pharr.

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