Hereditary Chief of Clan
Dr Robin Boyd, MA (Oxon); MB BS; LRCP, MRCS; DCH; AFOM, 8th Baron Kilmarnock
President: Lauren Boyd McLachlan, FSA Scot
|House of Boyd Society 2013 AGM & Gathering of our Clan|
Mike Boyd of Australia, Clan Historian, Chair of the Historical Committee will be in attendance!
We are extremely pleased to announce the 2013 Annual General Meeting & Gathering of our Clan is to be held in Greenville, South Carolina in conjunction with the Greenville Scottish Games Memorial Day weekend, May 24th & 25th. Our Vice President & South Carolina Convenor, David A. Boyd, Jr. is our host for this year's AGM. We thank him for coming forward and for all the work entailed in coordinating and putting on our Annual General Meeting.
The festival site is located at the Greenville South Carolina Games. The venue is the grounds of Furman University, 3300 Pointsett Highway, Greenville, South Carolina 29613
Plan on visiting with the Clan Historian, Mike Boyd of Australia, who has conducted research tours of Boyd related areas and archives that hold Boyd genealogical and historical records, in both Scotland and Ireland. You may contact Mike at his Society email address email@example.com. Please bring a printed copy of your genealogy to share with him. Mike is looking forward to meeting you and listening to YOUR family story. You will be amazed by the amount of knowledge he has to impart on our family at large.
This is your opportunity to gather with other members of the House of Boyd from around the world, get to know them and share your ideas. Please do plan to find a way to join us on this momentous occasion. If you are interested in volunteering, at the tent or events on the AGM weekend, please let us know. We will welcome your assistance.
General Information re the festival is available on The Greenville Scottish Games website. The event's Host Hotel is the Hilton.
Please direct your questions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
We'd also like to know where you would like us to hold future AGMs. We have attempted to plan them so that more people may be able to attend, instead of holding them in one location each and every year.