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Member's Links

Current Members may apply to have their personal and professional website linked here.   Membership does not guarantee placement in this area, and appropriateness is in the sole judgement of the Chancery.

The Site of the Chancellor

Michael Doyle's Clan Site


     Barry Christopher Howard




in the Celtic Chain


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Member's Recommended Links

Here we list links to organizations which are not "Celtic Links" but are recommended by our members and which you might find interesting.   The NSC does not necessarily endorse non-Celtic links.


National Society of Saints and Sinners

Hereditary Society of Teachers

National Order of the Blue and Gray

Hereditary Order of the Descendants of Loyalists and Patriots of the American Revolution

Historic Hernado Preservation Society, Inc.

The Principality of Tomania, Inc.




Great Educational Sites

Here we list links to pages that can provide a whole host of primary research.


Trinity College Dublin has digitized the whole Book of Kells in high resolution for the world to examine. The Trinity College library pages can be found here: Trinity Library

This is a direct link to the Book of Kells.

This is a great page for searching thousands of church records from Ireland that contain baptismal and marriage information from the 18th and 19th centuries: Church records

Here is a direct link to the famous Griffith's Valuation which was a comprehensive valuation of land holdings in Ireland around 1852: Griffith's

This is one more great site that provides Tithe Applotments from the early 19th century. These were tithes paid to the Church of Ireland based on how much land was owned. A great supplement to Griffith's: Tithe Applotments




A short film with great history and beautiful footage of Scotland! Scotland from Above


A great video about mutations in the Irish language (and a good chance to hear some Gaeilge spoken). A must watch for anyone trying to learn Irish! "Irish Words Can Mutate"


Part 1 of the documentary, 'After Bannockburn', which does a great job illustrating the long standing celtic unity between the Scots and the Irish. Entertaining, informative, and well made. Check it out!

Part 1: After Bannockburn


An episode from the show Time Team which explores and searches for the legendary KinConchobar's third palace at Emain Macha!