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03/10/2019

Who loves Castles?

06/01/2019
FAUN - Federkleid (Offizielles Video)

GOOD FOR A BOYD PAGE....

Seht hier das neue Musikvideo von FAUN zu ihrer aktuellen Single „Federkleid“ aus dem kommenden Album „Midgard“. FAUN sind seit über zehn Jahren ein wichtige...

Good Wiki on the BOYD CLAN
24/12/2017
Dean Castle - Wikipedia

Good Wiki on the BOYD CLAN

Dean Castle is situated in the Dean Castle Country Park in Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire, Scotland. It was the stronghold for the Boyd Family, who were lords of Kilmarnock for over 400 years.

18/12/2017
An Irish Christmas Carol

The merriest Christmas ever is a Christmas at home when we invite Him to abide with us...

Still dreaming of a white Christmas ? Letterkenny, County Donegal, Christmas Eve 2010

Aye, you cheap micks get up off a few bucks and help this pour lout out! He's been in construction his whole life and by...
20/04/2017
Thank You Doug Boyd!

Aye, you cheap micks get up off a few bucks and help this pour lout out! He's been in construction his whole life and by fate is injured and laid low on his bed. He's looking to lose his home. Just $5.00 from 5000 folk would get him back on his feet, with his creditors that is. Literally on his feet? Well he's thinking Medicaid might help with the spine surgery.

Please join Doug Boyd by supporting my online fundraising campaign on GoFundMe: 'Ken, a sweet man who needs help.'

Family name and Immigration to America
02/04/2017
Boyd

Family name and Immigration to America

The name of BOYD is derived from the Gaelic word buidhe or boidh meaning "fair" or "yellow haired." It is evidently derived from the appearance of its original bearer or bearers. It is also occasionally found in the forms of Boyt, Boide, Boid, and Boyde, but the spelling given at the beginning of th...

Boyd name origin ? "Bute" as in the isle of Bute?
02/04/2017
Boyd

Boyd name origin ? "Bute" as in the isle of Bute?

The name of BOYD is derived from the Gaelic word buidhe or boidh meaning "fair" or "yellow haired." It is evidently derived from the appearance of its original bearer or bearers. It is also occasionally found in the forms of Boyt, Boide, Boid, and Boyde, but the spelling given at the beginning of th...

BOYD History and Migration
02/04/2017
Scotland

BOYD History and Migration

Many Scots Lowlanders settled in Northern Ireland during the 17th Century where they were known as Ulster Scots. Beginning in the 1700's many of these Ulster Scots moved to America, where they were known as Scots Irish and made significant contributions to the development of the new nation. In this…

Now wouldn't you rather be a BOYD?
26/03/2017
Brief History of the Boyds

Now wouldn't you rather be a BOYD?

Official Web Site of the House of Boyd Society, the International Scottish Clan Organization for the Boyd Clan

That's a dumb question, of course we are lest the world cease to be. Anciently until 1830*, we safeguarded the trusts of...
26/03/2017
Are the Celts one of the ten lost tribes of Israel?

That's a dumb question, of course we are lest the world cease to be. Anciently until 1830*, we safeguarded the trusts of the ancient Patriarchs as we awaited His coming. (Accompanied by the Ethiopians and the Samarians until the other 7 tribes reveal themselves)
*See https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2006/10/the-gathering-of-scattered-israel.p12?lang=eng

There is a theory that the Celts are descended from one of the ten lost tribes of Israel, the tribe of Dan.

05/03/2016
John McCormack - The Garden Where The Praties Grow

"Said aye my pretty Lieuwen Steele Boyd..."

Hey here's the man himself John McCormack!

I told you I liked this song!

Just Music. John McCormack sings the traditional Irish song "The Garden Where The Praties Grow" in this 1930 recording.

Thats exactly why I'm THRILLED to be a "BOYD", our pedigree is distinct from any other...
24/02/2016
Why Are White Death Rates Rising?

Thats exactly why I'm THRILLED to be a "BOYD", our pedigree is distinct from any other...

For­ less-educated white Americans, the problem may be tied to a rosy view of the past.

House of Boyd Society
20/05/2015
House of Boyd Society

House of Boyd Society

Official Web Site of the House of Boyd Society, the International Scottish Clan Organization for the Boyd Clan

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Grandma & Grandpa Boyd

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Does anyone know if the remodeling of Dean Castle is finished? I had been closed for quite a while.
My first girlfriend, Jeanie McConnell's (1969-1972) father missed the homeland so that he filled his house with good Scot's and Irish music. I loved this particular song so that I asked Jeannie to play it over-and- over-and over. Still today I find myself singing it under my breath (cause I can't carry a tune in a trashcan). It reminds me of the best parts of love and longing for a lass and the brood that comes and how beautiful an ETERNAL LOVE can be. Jean's no more but I have an ETERNAL "lass" (Lieuwen )that I wish all of you would come to meet.... One funny anecdote about Ken McConnell, he had 4 daughters (and they were all so beautiful that they could stop time- Maeve, Mary, Jeannie and Linda) and a fairy's child of a wife. So he was outnumbered 5-to-1. He'd imbibe like most Gaelic man do and often he would miss then john. Finally Eileen and the girls got so angry at his mess and stench they forbid him to use the pot standing up, and, forced him to wipe his winglepod before he could stand just like his girls all did!!! Ha-ha-ha-ha... Let me know if you like silly tales... I've got a 1000'!! Hey do you know any Neely's? They are the most entertaining blood line that ever walked the Emerald Isles or the Highlands! (Mcconnell Family History. Scottish and Irish: Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Dhomhnuill 'son of Domhnall'. Irish: Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Conaill 'son of Conall', a personal name probably composed of the elements con, an inflected form of cú 'hound' or 'wolf', + gal 'valor'.)