Clan Cunningham Society Currrent Member Links

Links to web sites of interest to Current Cunningham Members

The following Cunningham links are provided, and activated, in our MEMBERS ONLY environment for our Current Member's convenience.

Cunningham Culture

Cunningham Ghost Story: The Faithless Bride of Aiket

Poet Allan Cunningham

Thomas Mounsey Cunningham Poet

L. Forest Cunningham
Artist & Sculpture
(307) 742-7426

District of Cunninghame (Scotland) Tourism

The places listed are of an historic interest to all Cunninghams of Scottish descent. The Cunninghams traditionally presided in Scottish towns and places as those listed below. Links to Cunninghams of Ireland are listed in the following section.

The Village of Fairlie Ayrshire
This page is devoted to items of interest in the Cunninghame district of Ayrshire, particularly the village of Fairlie and the family name - Cunningham. Written by George Robertson, published by the Cunninghame Press, Irvine and printed by Edward McQuistan - 1820.

Kilmarnock with the villages of Riccarton and Kilmaurs Ayrshire
Burgh created due to the efforts of Cuthbert, Earl of Glencairn, and his son, Lord Kilmaurs.

The Lordship & Barony of Kilmarnock

Ayrshire Thumbnail Gallery

Ardrossan, Saltcoats & Stevenston

Salty the Pirate says Visit Saltcoats!
A town with significant Cunningham history
and a popular Ayrshire coastal holiday resort.

UK Hotels and Guest Houses

Aryshire & Arran Tourist Board

Aryshire Roots
A tremendous site to learn about the Cunninghame District

General Clan Cunningham Interest

Edinburgh Scotland Travel Guide
Discover how to plan the perfect trip to Edinburgh, Scotland. Find out how to get there, where to stay, and what to see when you arrive.

Turriff and District, North East Scotland

Cunninghams in Northern Ireland
An Irish branch of the family's site with insight into Northern Ireland

What's the weather in .......

  • Ayrshire
  • Glasgow
  • Dumbarton
  • Edinburgh
  • London
Northern Ireland
  • Belfast
  • Londonderry
  • Dublin

Robert Burns World Federation

Rampant Scotland
CCSA is happy to be listed on Rampant Scotland.
A great place to learn more about Scotland.

A long-standing member of COSCA

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