Clan Young promotes all things Scottish, with special emphasis on the Youngs of Scotland.
Peter Young was tutor to King James the VI of Scotland who was also King James I of England. James was the King that commissioned the King James Version of the Bible.
Other Scottish Youngs may not ha'e practiced what that Bible tought. These Youngs were the infamous Border Reivers that burned, pillaged, invested in cattle futures albeit "other" peoples cattle, and extorted "protection" money.
Hopefully we ha'e reformed in the modern era.
Enrollment forms can be downloaded from the downloads section at the bottom of this page.
A tartan and kilt advisory download is located there also
We hold annual gatherings and meetings known as AGM. AGM'20 is scheduled for Waukesha Wisconsin.
Other Clan Young gatherings continue year around in various states
The late Edward A. Young III
b.1921 / d. 2012
The Lord Lyon authorized Edward A. Young III to re-convene Clan Young as an armigerous clan. Edward A. Young III is therefore our convener in perpetuity. Assisting in the re-convening of Clan Young were Past Presidents Col. Gordon A. Young and Russell A. Smith.
AGM'20 is September 4th ~ 6th at Waukesha, Wisconsin. RV Parking may be available at the Wisconsin State RV Fair Park if reserved promptly. Click this link for the
Additional information will be published here
as it develops. Pending information includes lodging and the dinner meeting.
COSCA is the Council of Scottish Clans and Associations. Group memberships as well as individual memberships are offered.
NBSCA aka the New Brunswick Scottish-Cultural Association is a wealth of knowledge concerning Scottish immigration to the Americas. They have sources for detailed vital statistics, births, deaths, ship manifests, displaced refugees of the American Revolution
Those with Scottish connections via Canada are encouraged to enroll as members.
Website is www.nbscots.com
Email to email@example.com
The Scottish-American Military Society, known as SAMS is as the name implies. It is a veterans association for those of Scottish-American lineage. Visit their website to locate a SAMS chapter in your vicinity.
Please pay particular attention to the "Tartan & Kilt Advisory" download. Kilts are expensive. Kilts unnecessary and are not expected.
The "Tartan & Kilt" download is provided to help ease the financial pain of investing in tartans and kilts.
Please dress comfortably for the weather and venue according to your personal preference and taste.
The bottom line is that those of Scots DNA have deep pockets and shorter arms.