This site is dedicated to all McCubbins of any spelling all over the world.
We are a non-profit group sponsored and founded by James & Lorna McCubbin. Our co-founder is Penny McColm of Australia, grandaughter of Frederick McCubbin, The Artist. Our chairperson is Kathy McCubbing Hopkins. The McCubbin Family History Association revolves around co-ordinators who have research responsibility for geographic areas. Their job is to collect, index and chart the information that we get from members and other genealogical sources. Our aim is to co-ordinate your research with others working on the same line. For your research queries email Penny for Australian interests, Ronald ‘Rick’ for American interests, Kathy or Lorna at email@example.com for the rest of the world.
The Guild of One Name Studies
Our name, McCUBBIN has been registered with the Guild of One Name Studies, member #5414, in London, England. A one name study is a project researching all occurrences of a surname, to study and preserve for posterity, all the relevant aspects of the McCUBBIN history & currently recognized surnames variants, virtually world-wide. We will be pleased to provide research information to anyone who contacts us either via the Guild or this website in regards to the McCubbin name & variants. We have documented charts that can be provided to a family member.
Site layout and navigation:
History – Pages from our first website and McCubbins of the world.
DNA – McCubbin involvement and explanation of DNA.
Family Groups – How McCubbin family groups were formed.
Galleries – All pictures of DNA tested family groups.
The CUB Report – Includes all our newsletters since 2001.
Knockdolian – Details gathered, so far, on an ancient McCubbin family.
Wills & Documents – Transcribed and translated from original documents.
Miscellany – Sasines, deeds, wills, etc., starting from A.D. 1404, Legends
Photo credits and information
The banner for our site is a photo of Drumlanrig Castle, nr Thornhill, Dumfriesshire. Andrew McCubbin, born 1792, was a Steward at Drumlanrig. Photo by Kenny Muir is used with permission. A DNA Helix by Fotosearch