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Bannockburn Genetic Genealogy Project

Using traditional genealogy, historical context and DNA analysis The University of Strathclyde provided some very interesting results relating to individuals who share the same common ancestor - including Walter, the High Steward.

Read more about the Bannockburn Genetic Genealogy Project

Who you think you are Live Glasgow


The World's biggest family History Show is coming to Scotland - get expert help with tracing your family history.

The Stewart Society will be attending this along with many other family history Societies and specialist exhibitors, a host of free workshops and experts from the Society of Genealogists.

To book tickets call 0844 873 7330 or visit the website here

Newsletter and magazine

The autumn/winter newsletter will be out soon. Have you got news to share? A family history query that you think

other Stewarts may be able to help with ? Or do you have an idea for an article for the magazine or the newsletter?

Please get in touch on 0131 220 4512 or email the Secretary

St Andrew's Stewart Bursars 2013/14

St Andrew's Stewart Bursars 2013/14

The St Andrew's Bursars, Lachlan Stewart, President and Stuart Morris of Balgonie, Council member

The Stewart Society Benevolent Fund supports Stewart students at St Andrew's University with a small grant each year.
Small grants may be available for Stewart students at other universities seeking to further their studies through travel or other means.

Please apply for further details to the Secretary

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The next Council Meeting

The next meeting of the Council of the Stewart Society will be on Monday 23rd March 2015

2015 Stewart Gathering 21-23 August

We invite all Stewarts to a Stewart Gathering in the Highlands

More details soon



The Stewart Society Library

The Society has an extensive library of books related to the Stuarts/Stewarts and Scottish history as well as genelogical research at our offices in George St, Edinburgh. It is available to any member by appointment with the Secretary on email or call 0131 220 4512

Useful Links

Starting to look for your ancestors? Try these links first.

Family Lines - useful links