The Official Homepage of the
Acheson GEnealogical Society
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This Website is dedicated to the preservation of the collective Family History of the Descendants of the Acheson Sept of the Scottish Clann Gordon
Site Designed and Maintained By the Chief Herald
Richard David Acheson, Jr.
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Inception Date- August 9, 1998 - Last Updated- October 26, 2001
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 What is a Clann Sept?

 Clann Gordon History

 Acheson Surname Derivations

 Acheson Coats of Arms

 Early Acheson Origins

 Great Line Descent

Notable Kinsmen

 Acheson Message Board

County Tyrone Descent

Gentry and Nobility

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 Source & Citation Database

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Though the spelling A-C-H-E-S-O-N is typically used here as the default spelling for this ancient surname, it should be noted that the Sept is equally well represented by any other of the surname's numerous permutations- i.e.

Achesone, Achesonne, Achesoun, Achesoune, Achiesone, Achinsoune, Achinsone, Achison, Achisone, Achisoun, Achissone,Aczinson, Aichensoun, Aichensoune, Aichesone, Aichesoune, Aichessoune,Aichison, Aikiesoun, Aikysone, Aitcheson, Aitchesone, Aitchesoune,Aitchison, Aitchisone, Aitchyson, Aiten, Akisoun, Atcheson, Atchesoun,Atchesoune, Atchison, Atchisone, Atchisoun, Atchyson, Atkins, Atkinson,Atkison,Atkisone, Aytoun, Aitone, Eachison, Eatcheson, Etchason, Etcheson, Etchieson, Etchinson, Etchison, Eychison, Eytchison, Hutcheson, Hutchinson, Hutchison, and many others!


Due to the potential for abuse of information,

This web page will no longer host modern genealogy information.

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