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The Ellen Payne Odom Genealogy Library Family Tree
The Family Tree - August/September 2005

Attention Games!  Attention Genealogical and Scottish event chairmen!
We have a FREE listing for you on our Games Calendar.  Also, when you come to The Family Tree main Index Page…look on the right and you’ll see “View Our Scottish Events Calendar.”
You may follow the prompts to add your own event.
It’s free, it’s simple.


See the TVSS's Madison, Alabama Highland Games at
Just click and enjoy.  It's the reception and the Parade of Tartans and more.

For almost 300 photos of the San Diego Scottish Highland Games & Gathering, visit
It will take a few moments to load, but is worth the short wait!

See the 2005 Grandfather Mountain
Highland Games
Parade of Tartans
plus lots more...just click on:

It will take a few minutes to download as there are almost 500 photos...but we think you'll enjoy it!





OCTOBER 22, 2005

Visit the Official Web Site:

Members of the Clan MacTavish came from America and Canada for an international gathering in Oban and Lorn and attended Taynuilt Games as part of their celebrations

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Rebel King
Read About the Story of Robert the Bruce, King of Scots at

Click to see Frank Shaw's Review on Family Tree

Hot July in Moultrie, Georgia 2005
Just click on:
to see a little PhotoShow of South Georgia in the summertime....

Click here for information about the original Regimental Validator - the official kilt-check tool.
It's the fashion accessory every Scottish lady should have.  With a Regimental Validator, when the occasion arises, flip open the Celtic medallion to expose the mirror, extend the telescoping wand to its long 24-inch length and begin your own kilt check.  You'll hardly be noticed.
Proceeds from the sale of the Regimental Validator go to the Scholarship Fund of the Northern Arizona Celtic Heritage Society, PO Box 187, Flagstaff, AZ 86002.
To order the Regimental Validator, visit

See lots of pictures of the
59th Pacific Northwest Scottish Highland Games Parade of Tartans and more...

Photos by Don Macaulay Pringle

Just visit:

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