Armadale Castle Gardens, Museum of the Isles - Located on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. "The Clan Donald Centre".
Clan Donald USA - Clan Donald-USA, Inc. is
a nation-wide organization of almost 4,000 families who trace their ancestry to any of the branches of Clann
Domhnaill. Clan Donald-USA embraces all the MacDonalds and other surnames that are recognized as branches or
adherents of the greatest of the Highland Clans. We (Kalloch's, Killough's, MacKelloch's) are a
sept (family) of this Clan.
Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet
- Ireland & Northern Ireland -
Genealogy - Getting Started & Useful Links Page
Genealogy Web Rings Page - Page of Genealogy Web Rings which
we belong to. This is a good page to visit if you feel like web surfing genealogy sites.
ElectricScotland.com - Electric Scotland!
bringing Scots and Scots descendants together from around the world. You'll find thousands of pages of
information on Scottish history and clans as well as people and places of Scots descent.
Kalloch/Killough Family Researchers & Family Website Links -
This page has a list of all Kalloch and Killough family history sites that I am aware of, and a listing of family
member's websites. Also other family sites that have Kalloch connections.
Maine Links Page - This is a page of links for the State of Maine
where our ancestor Finley settled 1735.
Maine Ulster Scots Project - The Maine Ulster Scots
Project (MUSP) has been created to promote awareness of Maine's Scots-Irish heritage and to gather and archive the
histories of Maine's Ulster-Scots families, up to and including the time of the American Revolution. That information
will be periodically published and also taken directly to Maine's school children with volunteer programs sponsored by
the St. Andrews Society of Maine.
Official Web Site of New Hampshire Highland Games, the largest Scottish cultural festival
in the Northeast, is presented by The New Hampshire Gathering of the
Scottish Clans, Inc., a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the
furtherance of the music, dance, athletics and customs of the Scottish
people and to the continuance of the Gaelic culture.
Old Sturbridge Village - Although not directly
connected with our Kalloch family, it is one of my favorite museums. It is an excellent living history
museum which is a representation of New England life in the 1830's. Our relative,
Elmer Rising did a number of drawings of places here at OSV.
Saint Andrew's Society of Maine
- Saint Andrew's Society of Maine, sponsor of the Maine Highland Games, is open
world-wide to anyone of Scottish descent and all natives of Scotland. This site has a pretty extensive links
Scotch-Irish (Ulster-Scots) Links - These
are mostly history and culture links. (Scroll up on the page to read "Killough Family Historical
Scottish Tartans Museum -
Located in North Carolina, this museum is the only American extension of the
Scottish Tartans Society in Scotland.
The Scottish Tartans Society is the governing body for tartans globally and maintains the official Register of All
Publicly Known Tartans. The Society has two museums--one in Keith, Scotland, and one in Franklin, NC.
Strathspey and Reel Society of NH
- The Strathspey and Reel Society of New Hampshire is a non-profit organization devoted to learning and performing
Strawberry Banke - This is a wonderful
history museum in Portsmouth, NH. It may be of interest to Kalloch and Killough descendants, since our
ancestor Robert Killough and his family lived in Portsmouth before moving to Pennsylvania.