ARMSTRONG CLAN ASSOCIATION
The Clan was revived by Ted and Judy Armstrong on the night of the First Moon Landing on 20/21 July 1969 with the objectives of purchasing Gilnockie and Mangerton Towers and to restore the most suitable for use as a focus for Clan members from all over the world.
The Armstrong News Roots Researches
Membership and Online Membership and Membership Renewals
Gilnockie Tower Souvenirs
Border Reivers Clan Armstrong Centre
Self Catering at High Grains Bewcastle Cumberland Rowanburn - Home of Lang Sandy!
Our Scottish forename database currently containing over 31,000 records and an English forename one of 34,000 records. These are based on primary records taken either side of the current England/Scotland border relating to the area historically known as the Debateable Lands. In addition to this there are databases holding the pedigrees of past and present members. The USA one includes over 58,000 individuals while the UK holds one of over 9,800 individuals in pedigree form.
Information can be obtained by members from these databases by contacting their Country Convenors. By use of these databases it is possible to either link new members to current ones and by primary source records to unknown ancestors. We also have direct contact with the Armstrong DNA group if members are interested.
We are sorry but we cannot carry out research for non members of the Association.
Last updated 20 September 2015