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The Arms of Mitchell R Fenton

 
 

Welcome To - The Clan Fenton Society.

 
 
Baikie Farm House

The old Baikie farm house reportedly made from the stones from Baikie Castle. The house was torn down some years ago by the Phillips family who now owns the property and sawmill there.

 

The Clan Fenton Society web site has been formed so that Fenton descendants can learn more about their ancestry. As our cultural awareness has grown, so has the want and need for us to explore our heritage through stories and legends of our people. The Fenton family has long distinguished themselves as an ancient and honourable family in Scottish history. From the earliest times the Fenton's have taken part, and distinguished themselves as one of the great founding families who helped shape Scotland as a nation.

As a member of the Clan Fenton Society, you'll have access to all of this web site, through which you'll be able to communicate with others who share your interest in news of the clan and Scottish heritage. You will also be able to learn about the history of our clan, our people, our tartan. And membership in the Clan Fenton Society is absolutely free!

 
 

Some of the primary objectives of the Society is to reunite all those with the name Fenton and associated spellings from around the globe as one Clan. To research, collect histories, biographies and genealogical information appertaining to those of the name Fenton

 
 

The Arms of William Fenton carved into a stone Ambry and gifted to the chapel at Baikie Castle.

There was a succession of  William Fenton's the first was from 1360 -1405. The chapel was dedicated to a local saint named Medan. This ambry was moved, for its own protection to the Local Kirk in Airlie, Angus where it remains to this day.

It is also interesting to note, that the Coat of Arms of John Fenton was  inserted into the Ambry inverted.

 

The Tombe of John Fenton

Ambre of William Fenton

 
 

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