Login

Guestbook

Our old site used an external guestbook - an archive of it is available here.

My husband's(Ross Gordon Sutherland)great grandfather, William Sutherland emigrated to Canada from Wick in the mid 1800's. We visited Dunrobin Castle 10 years on a trip to Scotland to celebrate our 40th wedding anniversary.
Posted by Cheryl Sutherland on 30 November 2016
Cheryl, we are always pleased to learn about the families of Sutherlands who have spread around the diaspora. Have you thought about joining our society or your husband taking a DNA test (assuming he hasn't already in which case you should contact me urgently)?
Posted by Mark Sutherland-Fisher on 06 February 2017
Sutherland
I have always been proud of my family name. "Sans Peur," has helped in many situations. Very interesting page here and I would be interested in hearing more. My brothers son *(my cousin) David had did a DNA test but I understand its expensive?

Respectfully,


W.D. Sutherland
Posted by William Donald Sutherland III on 04 July 2016
Christina Sutherland
My grandmother Christina Sutherland was born around 1870 in perhaps Gourock--
Ayrshire. Any Sutherland family connections in those places?
She eventually moved to Glasgow and then to Liverpool, England.
Posted by Frances Monaco on 22 August 2015
Clan Sutherland
My paternal grandmother was Jessie Catherine Sutherland and my name is Brenda June Dixon. My Grandmother Jessie Catherine Sutherland was born and raised in Wick and attended nursing school and befriended the Queen Mother now passed. I don't know if there are any Sutherlands who are of that family in Wick and was wondering if anyone knew of them. Apparently they have a family home in an area called "Black Hill". My grandmothers ancestor came from Thurso and some place in-between the two. Not too sure.
Anyway I just wanted to let you know that there are some direct decedents in Canada.
Posted by Brenda Dixon on 16 November 2014
Broom
I am the Great Great Grandson of the Earl of Broom. Most websites state that they were a sept of the Clan Sutherland. I am hoping for verification of this.
Posted by Jason Hood on 28 September 2014
Jason thank you for your contribution. I am sorry to have to advise you that there is no such person as the Earl of Broom and it is certainly not a sept of Clan Sutherland.

Loch Broom is the area on the west coast around Ullapool and historically fell within the lands of the Mackenzie Earls of Seaforth and Cromartie.
Posted by Mark Sutherland-Fisher on 23 November 2014
Axel Mowat
Posted on 18 June 2014
Capt. Alexander Sutherland
Posted on 11 January 2014
recently joined Membership
Posted on 10 January 2014
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year
Posted on 01 January 2014
Wanting to know more
Posted on 08 October 2013
Joining the Clan Society
Posted on 03 July 2013
Gray Family
Posted on 17 February 2013