Welcome to this Clan Fraser website.|
Welcome to this Clan Fraser website. I hope you will
find it interesting and helpful . If you are not already a
member and you wish to join any of the existing Clan
Societies, you will find links below to their websites or the
E-Mail addresses of the organisers, who will be delighted to
hear from you. I am adding to the "Places" section
a short history of Fraserburgh Harbour, which I hope you will
find of interest, a new note on Research to "Tracing your
Ancestors", and a note on less well known Tartans to the
I have provided links to various web-sites which may be interesting
or helpful. Please note that the provision of the a link to
another web-site only implies my approval of the information
given in that web-site. It does not necessarily imply my approval
of other web-sites to which it is linked.
About Lady Saltoun
Lady Saltoun is Chief of the whole name and Arms of Fraser. She is an elected member of the House of Lords, and spends 3-4 days a week in London. Her home is now in Aberdeenshire, near Braemar. Her interests apart from Politics are Reading, Genealogy, Needlework, Listening to Music, Cooking and Gardening. She was born in 1930, is a widow and has 3 daughters and 7 grand-children.
Books written by Lady Saltoun
Clan Fraser, by Lady Saltoun, 1997, Scottish Cultural Press.
US & Canada: http://www.thebookdistributor.com
Lady Saltoun's Favourite Fish Dishes
Lady Saltoun's Favourite Puddings
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