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CLAN CUNNINGHAM BOOKS, PRINTS, & MAPS
A Guide to Clan Cunningham
Sites in Scotland and Ireland

This 56-page spiral bound book, published and copyrighted by Clan Cunningham Society of America, Inc. uses detailed descriptions along with illustrations and road maps that are compatible with Scotland's Department of Tourism maps to direct the reader to more than 5O Clan Cunningham historical sites. Written and prepared by Mr. James V. Miller and Mrs. Margaret Masson of Kilbarchan of Scotland, this is a must for your library and vacation planning and an excellent companion to the Clan Cunningham Society of America, Inc.'s "Clan Cunningham Origins, Heritage and Traditions." Currently out-of-print. An updated edition is currently under development.

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Clan Cunningham Origins,
Heritage and Traditions

This well researched 56-page spiral bound book, now in its third printing, is literally packed with information about the history of the Cunninghams down through the ages, with a description of the major and minor families and branches. Complete with illustrations and maps, this is the first publication to trace the beginnings of our Clan through the turbulent history of Scotland and how our Clan Cunningham Chiefs helped shape the nation. Written and prepared by James V. Miller with the assistance of Mrs. Rose C. Trigg and published and copyrighted by Clan Cunningham Society of America, Inc. Currently out-of-print. An updated edition is currently under development.

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SET OF 3:   8 1/2" x 11" COLOR PRINTS

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Alexander, First Earl of Glencairn:
This colorful lithographic print presents a brief summary of the Cunningham origins, an illustration of Alexander Cunningham, 1st Earl of Glencairn, on horseback with our tartan and shield.

Finlaystone - The Seat of the Earls of Glencairn:
This marvelous portrait shows a portion of Finlaystone house and grounds in beautiful color. Sir Alexander Cunningham, made Lord Kilmaurs and later the 1st Earl of Glencairn by King James III for his battlefield prowess, moved the Seat of Clan Cunningham to the castle at Finlaystone in 1484 where it remained until 1796 when John Cunningham, 15th Earl of Glencairn died without issue.

Sacking the Montgomerys:
This print presents a snapshot in time of a fierce battle during the 300 year feud between the Cunninghams and the Montgomerys when in 1528, on a dark night, led by William Cunningham, 4th Earl of Glencairn, Clan Cunningham and its allies swept down from Renfrewshire to raid and burn the Montgomery's Eglinton Castle to avenge the burning of the Cunningham's Kerelaw Castle forty years earlier in 1488 by the Montgomerys following the defeat of the Battle of Sauchieburn against rebellious nobles (including the Montgomery's) in which both King James III was murdered, and Alexander, 1st Earl of Glencairn lost his life during the battle.


District of Cunningham Poster of Map

A large illustrated black & white map of the District of Cunninghame with all pertinent historical Cunningham sites marked.
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Strap-and-Buckle
Crest Badge Coffee Cups

Strap-and-Buckle Crest Badge coffee cup. Currently out-of-stock..

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2003 Clan Cunningham Society of America, Inc. All Rights Reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted by any means electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, for any Personal or Commercial use without the expressed written permission of Larry A. Augsbury, High Commissioner & Chairman of the Clan Cunningham Society, Inc.