Scottish Clans are legally defined entities.
Concise history, information, links, and free, downloadable artwork pertaining to clan arthur and its septs (MacArthur, Arthur, and Carter). Also provides information on the societies worldwide.
Scottish history of King Arthur and the MacArthur Clan. Includes forum, news and links.
Includes history and membership information.
International society. Activities, genealogy, heraldry, library and newsletter.
History, games, DNA project, membership information.
Also known as the Clan of the Cats, it is a grouping of individual clans that flourished from the 13th century. Associated clans, aims, history, territory, badges, plant and motto.
History of the clan, its origins and worldwide application. Includes Scottish tartan and coat of arms.
Offers information on the society, membership, objectives, events and the Davidson Trail.
Detailing the origins and history of the clan, offering images, music, information on tartans and coats of arms. Gives membership information and contact details.
Includes clan history, US events and news, membership, bulletin board.
History of the clan, and information on the Society. Covers membership news and application, and latest events.
International society based in Scotland for those descended from or bearing the name of MacGregor. Offers membership information, virtual tour of MacGregor castle, Scottish and clan web links, and news.
Mission and goals, history, locations, contacts and membership.
Serving those with connections to the clan Eryvine (Irwin), and giving information on its history. Lists forthcoming events and meetings in the USA and Scotland, also gives contact and membership details.
Includes a query on Kennedy being Irish, history, games, scholarships and relevant links.
Dedicated to the arms, crests, and history of the clan, family, and septs of the Scottish clan Laing.
Organization for descendents seeking to re-establish the clan. History, progress and details of events in Scotland.
History, Chiefs, related books and bagpipe tunes, plus membership information.
Story of the clan, details of membership, tartans and merchandise.
Central body to share interests, participate in activities, and foster folk traditions. Membership is open to those related by blood or marriage to a MacIntyre or a Wright, where the latter is of Scottish origin.
History, tartan and Septs plus ancestral geography and key dates.
Official site of the society, with information about membership and activities, as well as history and art of the clan.
Scotland and UK based society with clan history, castles, genealogy, Septs and events.
Official web site for the Clan MacKenzie Scottish Society in the Americas (US and Canada)
Background, global branches, spelling variations, origins, symbols and tartans.
Describes its purpose, history, structure and projects, including information on how to join.
Includes sections on history, news, names, locations and events.
Promotes social, cultural and other activities designed to preserve and strengthen the bonds of the Clan Heritage in Canada.
Listing organization details, offices and branches, tartans, museum, publications and links to associated sites.
History, connected names, contact information for Chief Steven MacTavish of Dunardry, and membership application.
Clan society with branches in the UK, North America and Australia. History, origins, contacts and merchandise.
Surname variations, genealogy, journal and newsletter.
United States Society. Membership details, database, shop and guestbook.
History, officers, pedigrees, newsletter, merchandise and membership information.
History and heritage of the name and its application including associated links to various pedigrees, photographs, publications and resources.
Offers details of organisation, associations, tartans, history and contacts.
History of Clan Sutherland, Skelbo Castle and Proncy Castle, also includes Sutherland genealogy.
Resources and accurate information about the family's heritage. Covers history, insignia and includes photographs. Also provides general information about Scotland.
International society. Emblems, history, people and information on a gathering in Redheugh, Scotland.
Offers information on clan history, membership, genealogy and insignia. Also has pages on the different divisions and the serving committee members.
Scottish border clan. Includes historical background information.
Society devoted to promoting the appreciation of the Scottish heritage of the Sutherlands and of associated families including Cheyne, Clyne, Duffus, Federith, Gray, Keith, Mowat, Murray and Oliphant.
The official heraldic authority for Scotland, with the power to prosecute anyone who uses unauthorised Arms. Defines a clan, explains appointment of Chiefs and rights to insignia and tartans.
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