Articles about or by Duries
In this section we have collected together various published articles written about Duries or in which a Durie takes a prominent role. These have appeared in various publications in various parts of the world and are reproduced here with permission or acknowledgement, where required.
If you have any to add, from any period, please let the us know: email@example.com
It would be a great help if you can please provide a copy/scan of the article or failing that the name of the publication, date of the edition, title of the article, the author,
a brief description of the content of the piece and any contact that could help us get permission to use it. In this way you can help us to build up the Durie archive.
Scottish Heraldry - What you can and can't wear and display!
The article attached as PDF here was published in the COSCA - Council of Scottish Clans and Associations magazine: The Claymore in the December 2016 edition. Scottish Heraldry-What you can and can't wear and display-COSCA.pdf
THE SECRET OF THE DURIE USA 1836 COVERLET
You may remember in 2016 we were advised of a handsome reversible wool double bed coverlet with the name Hannah Durie March 4 1836 woven into each corner. A fuller story about these coverlets has been published in the December 2016 edition of ‘The Claymore
’, the magazine of the US Council of Scottish Clans & Associations. We are still seeking descendents of Hannah Durie...To access the article Click the PDF downloads/The Secret of the Durie Coverlet 1836 - COSCA 2016.pdf
Scots Heritage Magazine - Spring 2016
An article by Dr Bruce Durie on Shennachies,
what they are and what they do that appeared in the Scots Heritage magazine
A Shennachie’s role was to uphold tradition and a modern version is still required. There are a number of Shennachies in existence, appointed as such by a Chief. Storyteller, historian, genealogist and keeper of clan ceremonies - a traditional Shennachie still deserves a voice in the modern world.
SCOTS Heritage Magazine is the official magazine of the Standing Council of Scottish Chiefs, published quarterly since 2013, it shares stories from Scotland's risch culture and history, profiles great Scots of the past and the present and covers events that shaped and shape Scotland. Read on: SCOTS Shennachie.pdf
DURIE FAMILY - SCOTS Heritage Magazine - November 2015
In the magazine of the Standing Council of Scottish Chiefs, SCOTS Heritage Magazine
, Number 70, they have a twelve page feature on the Durie Family: 'Myths and Legends'.
It includes pages on the Chief, the Family, its history, a 'Bluffer's Guide' and the 'Heartlands' - ten Durie places you should visit.
We are honoured, as a relatively small Scots Family, to be featured and you can read the full article in the PDF below.
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'SCOTS Heritage Magazine' is the official magazine of the Standing Council of Scottish Chiefs, published quarterly since 2013, it shares stories from Scotland's rich culture and history, profiles great Scots of the past and the present and covers events that shaped and shape Scotland.
Durie 'Clan of the Month' - The Scottish Banner, May 2015
While we were delighted that the Duries were selected to be 'Clan of Month' in the May 2015 edition of The Scottish Banner' there were two problems with the article. The first is that the Duries are not a 'clan', they are a family; the second is that the information, the origin of the family and its name, in the first part of the article, have long-since been disproved. However the second half of the piece is fine! And we are delighted to be mentioned in such publications so, having advised the author of the errors, we are all still good friends!
Durie Gathering - The Highlander September 2014
This is an article which appeared in the September issue of The Highlander about the first Durie Family Gathering which took place in June 2014.
Durie Gathering - The Scottish Banner, September 2014
This article about the First Durie Gathering, held in Scotland in June appeared in the September 2014 Australasian edition of The Scottish Banner.
Meet The Chief. The Scottish Banner, January 2014
This interview with the Chief of the Family Durie, Andrew Durie of Durie, was published in The Scottish Banner, January 2014.
DIGGING UP ROOTS - Celtic Life, January 2014
This article by DFA genealogist, Dr Bruce Durie, appeared in the January 2014 edition of Celtic Life.
Looking Back at the First Durie Migrants. The Scottish Banner, August 2012
In this article, published in The Scottish Banner, August 2012 edition, Dr Bruce Durie tells some of the stories of some of the Durie migrants to Australia. If you know of more or can add to the stories please let us know.