Sutherland T-shirts, mugs and more



A variety of products featuring the Sutherland crest are available through Cafe Press, online at http://www.cafepress.com/ClanSutherland. Items include shirts, mugs, stationary, magnets, bags, and more. Funds earned though the same of these items will go to benefit The Sally Southerland Educational and Charitable Fund.


The Sutherland DNA Project

The purpose of this website is to help Sutherland's around the world determine if they may be genetically related to other Sutherland's and to help all of us learn more about our deep ancestry and 'From whence we came'.

The Paternal Lineage test analyzes specific segments of the Y-chromosome which is only found in males. And because the Y-chromosome is passed largely unchanged from father to son, DNA results from a male participant today can be used to represent the paternal lineage dozens of generations into the past.

For more information, visit the website at http://www.sutherlanddnaproject.com/.


Sutherland Website Highlights Brochure

A printable brochure that features highlights of the website is now available. This document is available in the Adobe Acrobat PDF format. To view the document, you will need to have a PDF Reader installed on your computer. If you do not already have this, we recommend Foxit Reader.


The Royal Scottish Country Dance Society

The RSCDS is an international organization established in 1923. There are branches worldwide conducting classes and holding dances and balls. It also collects and publishes both traditional and newer Scottish Country Dances. In their Book 29, dance number 5 is "The Sutherland Reel". Visit their website for more information.

The Royal Scottish Country Dance Society


Sutherland Bagpipe Music

The tunes below have printable sheet music with audio files in the WAV audio format.


Scottish Fun and Games from Clan Sutherland

For the young, and young at heart. These pages are available in the Adobe Acrobat PDF format.


Additional Website Bibliograpy

  • "Ackergill Tower - the Keiths and Dunbars of Hempriggs" by D. B. Miller (written about 1976) at http://www.iain.laird.btinternet.co.uk/Ackergill-Hempriggs.htm
  • "Earls of Sutherland" (genealogical chart) by Malcolm Sutherland
  • "Federith Sept of Clan Sutherland" by Malcolm Sutherland, Newsletter of the Clan Sutherland Society in Scotland, vol. 19, number 1, May 1996.
  • "Gray Sept of Clan Sutherland" by Allan P. Gray, Newsletter of the Clan Sutherland Society in Scotland, vol. 19, number 2, November 1996.
  • "Heraldry in Scotland" by James Dempster FSA Scot at http://www.kwtelecom.com/heraldry/scother1.html
  • "Keith Sept of Clan Sutherland" by Malcolm Sutherland, Newsletter of the Clan Sutherland Society in Scotland, vol. 20, number 1, May 1997.
  • "Mowat Sept of Clan Sutherland" by Malcolm Sutherland, Newsletter of the Clan Sutherland Society in Scotland, vol. 20, number 2, November 1997.
  • "Royal Genealogies" at http://ftp.cac.psu.edu/~saw/royal/
  • Royal Stuarts at http://www.royal-stuarts.org/
  • "Scottish Crest Badges", The Court of the Lord Lyon Information Leaflet No.2 at http://www.electricscotland.com/webclans/lordlyon2.htm
  • "These are Your People: The Sutherlands" by Jean Munro

Background provided by Reed's Celtic Computer Art Site

Also thanks to Mark Sutherland-Fisher, Lynda Fisher and Karen Tyler for their assistance with the website content.