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- Our thoughts today are with all affected by the events of September 11, 2001. To our knowledge there were no Stirling family members that died in the tragedy, ...
- W.P. Sterling was born in Brooklyn, Susquehanna county, Penn., on January 21st, 1827; and died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. W.D. Tippin, near Mankato, Kan. on July 30th 1906, aged 79 years, six months and nine days.
- This vesica-shaped seal of Thor Longus is among the oldest extant of a Scottish layman. Neither the shape nor the design, of a seated man with his sword, follows the pattern common in twelfth-century England.
- Restoration efforts are underway at Stirling Castle. Plans call for the famous carved "Stirling Heads", along with surviving sketches for two others to be displayed in the restored section of the castle.
- The only surviving document issued by William Wallace is not in Scotland, but is located in Germany. The letter known as "The Lubeck Letter by William Wallace" was sent by Wallace and Andrew Murray in 1297 to the mayors of Lubeck and Hamburg.
- A very Merry Holiday Season from all of us at Clan Stirling Online. "Nollaig Chridheil Huibh" means Merry Christmas in Scots Gaelic, do not forget the biggest holiday of the year in Scotland, New Year, or Hogmanay "Bliadhna Mhath Ur"
- Delaney Gustafson is the 6th Great-Granddaughter of James Stirling of Cornwall Connecticut. She has kindly given us permission to share this wonderful poem titled "When Freedom Rang." Thank you Delaney for your support of Clan Stirling Online. Gangforward!