HOUSE of LUMSDEN CLAN MAIL ORDER SHOP
A Selection of the items available is listed below. For a full list, and to order, please contact the Sennachie or Gillem Lumsden at firstname.lastname@example.org
Items include Crest Badges, Wall Plaques, Pin Badges, Tartan Ties, Crest Ties, Scarves, Car Rugs, and all the Lumsden Tartan material in various colours and weights.
A genealogical history of Lumsden of that Ilk and Blanerne and the Cadet families of Conland, Airdrie, Innergellie, Rennyhill, Stravithie, Mountquhanie, Lathallan and Sandys-Lumsdaine and of the Australian line.The book contains many black and white illustrations, an alphabetical index of names and a full set of family trees from 1210-1994. This is recommended as an introduction to the history of the Lumsden name.
By Archie Lumsden, Typescript, Spiral Bound, Second Edition, 2004.
A genealogical history of the descendants of Thomas Lumsden of Conland and Medlar, and the cadet families of Cushnie, Clova, Pitcaple, Belhelvie, Buchromb, Balmedie and Sluie, and the Edinburgh Lumisdens. 290 pages of text, many black and white illustrations, fully indexed, with a full set of Family Trees from 1210 to 2003.
This carefully researched and most entertainingly-written history of the ultimate origins of the clan and the ways of life in the 18th and 19th centuries in Aberdeenshire, was published in a limited edition of only 80 copies. The house of Lumsden has published a facsimile reprint of this rare book in soft covers.
Price: £25-00 PRESENTLY NOT AVAILABLE
This detailed manuscript,the product of many years of research by the author, provides more information on the Clova Lumsdens and their descendants described in the H.W.Lumsden book.
A complete record of all Lumsden Registration, Matriculation and Grants of Arms known to the court of the Lord Lyon, together with the text of the Letters Patent. The second edition has more information on early Seals and Arms used by the Lumsdens. The Black and White illustrations are now incorporated in the text.
The rememberences of Jane Forbes, Mrs.Clements Lumsden,of life in Aberdeenshire circa 1820-1840 and journeys to England and the Continent. Details of many Lumsden cousins, their houses and the dresses she wore. Fully illustrated with photographs, line drawings and genealogical trees and also notes on her children who included Dame Louisa Lumsden. The new edition has been researched and collated by two members of the House of Lumsden Association.
The portrait of a remarkable woman comes to life in the pieces brought together in this book. One of the first three students at Cambridge, first Headmistress of St Leonards School for Girls and first Warden of University Hall, St Andrews
All orders and enquiries from the above price lists should be sent to the Secretary of The House of Lumsden Association.
Include cheques (sterling only) payable to: House of Lumsden Association
Prices include postage in the European Union, surface mail for the rest of the world. If air mail is required, this will be extra.
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