I note the July 2017 Clan Gunn Society UK 'Herald' magazine points out that paying membership is now down to 306... the drop in membership continues. It's nothing like the 476 paying members of 1976...
I note the CGSNA figures dropped from 1100 in 2012 to 873 members in 2014...
For more on Clan Gunn Society membership figures see clangunn.weebly.com/clan-gunn-society-uk-membership-list-analysis-1962-1995.html
New information on Braehour Gunns has just arrived. For information on the importance of the Braehour line, see - clangunn.weebly.com/clan-gunn-chief---braehour-line.html
The below John Gunn in Braehour’s father was George Gunn in Braehour c. 1757-1852; his brothers include William Gunn from whom came the Hon. Donald Gunn of Manitoba Canada with his many descendants, William Gunn of Waranga Basin and many more…
John Gunn in Braehour married Margaret MacKenzie. They sailed on the ‘North’ from Liverpool 31 October 1858 and arrived 27 January 1851 Port Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. Issue with them on the trip -
They also had John b. 1843 who arrived later in Australia.
The above Angus Gunn moved to Victoria and later to New South Wales, he died Sydney NSW 15 April 1904.
The above Margaret Gunn b 1838 (died 29 August 1909) married 1861 a James Edward Cunningham b. Edinburgh 1838. Fourteen children! They moved to Victoria c. 1882. Margaret is buried at the Oakleigh cemetery in Melbourne along with her husband, a son and granddaughter.
The above Barbara Gunn married James Tucker in 1869 and remained in South Australia. She died 4 November 1887.
The above John Gunn moved to Victoria and died 14 November 1920 and is buried in Oakleigh Cemetery.
The Braehour line is part of my family tree…