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Ceid Mille Failte !
(Celtic: Hundred Thousand Welcomes)

The Lindsay International web site was initially created in June 2001 and has since evolved into a comprehensive site for everything Lindsay.  The use of “Lindsay” at this web site implies any one of the recognized spellings of our surname found in the Orthography section of this web site.

The use of the Lindsay badge, in the left side of the masthead of the pages of this web site, represents an acknowledgement of Robert Alexander Lindsay, the 29th Earl of Crawford, as the worldwide Chief of The Clan Lindsay.

Primary Objective

The primary objective of this web site is three-fold. 

Other Miscellaneous Objectives

From an international perspective, this site may also be used to promote other subjects of a global nature that could be of interest to Lindsays* around the world.  It will evolve from the independent research of the webmaster and from feedback provided by the visitors to this web site.

Check the main "News" section of this web site frequently for news worthy announcements.

We are indeed a global people with a great depth of varied interests and skills. The many stories of our Lindsay surname are fascinating and the legacy, left to each of us by our fore bearers, is well worth exploring.

Best regards from the webmaster at Lindsay International.

Ron Lindsay, FSA Scot   E-Mail

Joe Lindsey,    E-Mail


Lindsay* Motto:  Endure Fort (Endure Bravely and/or Endure Strongly)

* For the sake of simplicity, it has been established that the use of the "Lindsay" surname, throughout this web site, implies all the accepted spellings of the surname found in the site Orthography section. 

The "Flower of Scotland" MIDI file, sequenced by Barry Taylor, is featured on this web page.


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