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‘Geneology is one of the fastest growing hobbies as many people ask who am I? Where are my roots? For many those roots lie in the United Kingdom and the countries of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.’ says Chris Arthur. Read more of what this author has to say in … Solve The Mystery Of Your English, Scottish And Irish Roots.

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Our search facility is a quick and simple way to find a particular name. Please use it and see how easily you will be able to find a clan kindred’s old entry, perhaps even one who was searching for similar information as you!



2011 Clan Gunn Guestbook Entries

Hundreds of Clan Gunn Guestbook entries in this year and others can be yours to fully research at anytime.
Your support to maintain and continue to provide this valuable information we have been collecting for you, is very much appreciated.
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What one of our visitors had to say …
This has been an interesting discovery purely by chance. I’ve really enjoyed looking over this site. As far as I knew, my father’s family was dying off since relatives on his side are few and far between. Thank you to whomever is responsible for putting this site together and upkeep.
Kindra Gunn,
Duncanville U.S.A.


If you wish to share with your clan kindreds, ADD your guestbook entry here to the 2011 edition, and let your valuable comments be included with the thousands collected so far.

Especially welcome will be the comments from visitors to the Homecoming Scotland 2009 – celebrating the 250th anniversary of Robert Burns birth.

The editions keep growing with all of your input and here starts the Clan Gunn Guestbook 2011 which is getting larger every month.

You can either add you comments here or write to us via the Gunn Travellers’ Journal. Now there’s another good place to find out what your kindreds are doing or have done! And don’t forget that you can send us your own Gunn Travellers’ Journal to share all that you have seen and done. Thank You.


(65) Rich Robson
Fri, 29 July 2011 00:38:57 +0000 / 67.3.64.***
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This has been a very interesting site!

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(64) Melville Errol Gunn
Thu, 7 July 2011 17:43:17 +0000 / 41.4.67.***
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Great to know we come from good stock. married to an Armstrong.

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(63) Susan Robinson
Thu, 30 June 2011 07:37:54 +0000 / 66.215.165.**
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Growing up I always heard stories about how the Robinson’s were descendants of the Gunn Clann, who were a Highland
clan and the only time that they would come down off their mountain was to pillage and plunder!!
That explains alot about my family….

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(62) James Wills
Tue, 7 June 2011 23:07:26 +0000 / 99.4.181.**
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I learned from my son, James Jr. a piper himself in Pennsylvania, USA that we were a sept of the Gunn Clan. Our heritage has been traced back to the times of the Nordic invasion of Scotland. Since learning this, we have been joining our clan brothers each year at the Scottish Games, held at Furman University each year. Until just a few years ago, I knew nothing of my heritage, and now it is a joy to participate at the gatherings each year.

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(61) Mark Swanson
Fri, 3 June 2011 11:25:35 +0000 / 58.111.72.***
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I am Mark Swanson of Clan Gunn, I was born in Gore, New Zealand. I am son of Bruce Swanson(Gore, NZ), son of George Swanson(Wick, Scotland), who was one of 12 children (6 of whom were twins), of the 12, 6 immigrated to NZ. I never new my Grandad because he died when my Dad was only 7. I did meet my Great uncle John once when he travelled out to NZ from Scotland about 30 yrs ago but never met anyone else from his family.
I was raised in the knowledge that I was of Clan Gunn and I and my brothers are proud wearers of the Kilt, each recieving our own kilt(Gunn modern) on our 21st birthdays!(long time ago).
There have been some significant contributions to NZ by Gunns, for instance my Grandfather was the first to export Queen Bees from NZ, which incedentally was sent to Canada.
I would love to learn more about my family in Scotland, if anyone has some info please feel free to let me know. Regards, Mark.

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(60) Margaret Campbell
Tue, 31 May 2011 18:52:23 +0000 / 76.64.209.***
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I’m a descendant of West Wilson from Ayrshire Scotland who came to the US (Tama County Iowa) in 1846. He was my great grandfather. There were 11 children in the family and some stayed in Scotland. His nephew became Secretary of Agriculture under 3 US Presidents. I came across this site by pure accident and it is wonderful! Any Wilson’s from Iowa out there I would love to hear from you. My ggrandfather was one of the first settlers in Tama County Iowa along with one of his brothers.

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(59) Tracy Wilson
Thu, 26 May 2011 00:24:09 +0000 / 98.240.65.***
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Just beginning my search. I am a Wilson who’s family hails from Kingsport, TN and Kentucky. My paternal grandfather was Wade Wilson and my paternal grandmother was Rita Claire (Jo) McConnell.

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(58) Shirly Johnson-Pardee
Tue, 26 April 2011 19:45:04 +0000 / 64.130.90.**
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I’ve been trying to pick tracing my family tree on my fathers side. My Aunt told me many many years ago that she believed that we were part of the Gunn clan, unfortunately her health got bad not long after that and couldn’t continue with her searching. So I have decided to attempt to pick up where she left off. Our current family hails from south Georgia but she found mention of earlier family members in North Carolina and then got stumped when the records seemed to lead to Scotland.

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(57) Cameron McMains
Mon, 28 March 2011 21:04:49 +0000 / 174.76.24.**
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I read online that clan gunn was started by “the greatest viking ever” Me being aclan member (My last name was changed from MacMains to McMains because my greatgrandfather was Irish.)I’d like to know more. If anyone can tell me more about our viking founders an email or link would be appreciated.

Thank you.

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(56) Jeri Bruen
Thu, 17 March 2011 02:12:26 +0000 / 66.57.201.***
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I have been researching both my mothers family and my fathers, and the Johnson name has brought up that I am of the Gunn Clan, funny, I always thought my red hair and freckle was of Irish decent, so far I am only finding French on dad’s side and scots on my mom’s side. I am still researching, so hello family roots.

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If you wish to share with your clan kindreds, ADD your guestbook entry here to the 2010 edition, and let your valuable comments be included with the thousands collected so far.

Especially welcome will be the comments from visitors to the Homecoming Scotland 2009 – celebrating the 250th anniversary of Robert Burns birth.

The editions keep growing with all of your input and here starts the Clan Gunn Guestbook 2011 which is getting larger every month.

You can either add you comments here or write to us via the Gunn Travellers’ Journal. Now there,s another good place to find out what your kindreds are doing or have done!

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