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Clan Mackay

Margaret O. MacDougall

Clan Mackay

a Celtic resistance to feudal superiority

by Margaret O. MacDougall

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Published by Printed for Clearfield Co. by Genealogical Pub. in Baltimore, Md .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Scotland,
  • Scotland.
    • Subjects:
    • McKay family.,
    • Clans -- Scotland.,
    • Scotland -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Margaret O. MacDougall.
      SeriesJohnston"s clan histories
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS479 .M28 1993
      The Physical Object
      Pagination32 p. :
      Number of Pages32
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1220885M
      LC Control Number94219945
      OCLC/WorldCa30045579

      Clan Chief: The current chief is Æneas Simon Mackay, 15th Lord Reay. Lord Reay, of Reay in the County of Caithness, is a title in the Peerage of Scotland. Lord Reay is the hereditary Clan Chief of Clan Mackay, whose lands in Strathnaver and northwest Sutherland were known as the Reay Country. The Annual Clan Mackay dinner was held at the Royal Scots Club in Edinburgh on 22nd September IMG_JPG AREdinburgh Military Tattoo V2 from RAW Charlotte Fairbairn launched her new book 'The Real Mackays: an illustrated guide to an ancient Highland clan' at the Strathnaver Museum. The Clan Chief, Lord Reay, was the special guest.

      Clan Mackay Society - Scotland. 1, likes 67 talking about this. The Clan Mackay Society was founded in and is one of the oldest Clan Societies in Scotland.5/5(2). - Explore schneider's board "Clan MacKay" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Scottish clans, Mackay tartan and Scotland travel pins.

      MacKay Clansfolk at the Battle of Culloden Crest of Clansfolk of Clan MacKay. Historian, Dr. Ian Grimble, outlines that the MacKays in Sutherland perceived that Prince Charles was stirring trouble that would bring disaster to the Highlands and did whatever was in their power to prevent the Prince's advance or success of his armies. Origins of the clan. Historian Angus Mackay in his "Book of Mackay" () compares two different genealogies of the early chiefs of the Clan Mackay. The first is by Sir Robert Gordon, a 17th-century historian and the second by Alexander Mackay of Blackcastle, an 18th- to 19th-century historian who had access to the charters and historical documents of the Mackay chief's family.


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History of the House and Clan of Mackay, Containing for Connection and Elucidation, Besides Accounts of Many Other Scottish Families, a Variety of Historical Division of Scotland During the Mackay. out of 5 stars 1. Kindle Edition.

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MacKay Clan Book. The north west of Sutherland was for centuries the main territory of the Mackays, although they were also to be found in Argyll, Kintyre Clan Mackay book much further south west in Galloway. Inafter opposing an attempt by the powerful Clan Sutherland to impose feudal superiority over them, the Mackay chief and his son and heir.

If you cast around for a guide to the clan Mackay, you will find three principal books - one by. Sir Robert Gordon, one by Robert Mackay and a third by Angus Mackay. Each of these is learned and interesting in its way but the most recent was written in Clan History.

The MacKay clan history should really be lost in the mists of time, considering the misfortunes piled on the clan the biggest one being cleared of their lands by the Sutherlands. Fortunately thanks to some scholars through the years there are some good historical publications remaining giving a better than most historical rundown on clan history.

The Clan Mackay] The Correct History of Clann MacAoidgh (The Clan Mackay) (by Dr. Gary Mckay) This is a message posted at the Clan Mackay, USA discussion forum by Dr.

Gary McKay on May 09 Dear All, As I have noted a general fallacy running through many of the supposed "histories" of the Clann MacAoidgh, I shall generate an abbreviated one for all. The first Chieftain of the Clan was born around A.D. and was a direct descendant the 1st Earl of Ross, Malcolm MacHeth, his name was Iye MacKay.

It is said that after a conflict between the clan and their supporters against King Malcolm IV of Scotland, they fled north to the hills of Ross and Strathnaver.

Mackay. The Clan Mackay (Gaelic: Mac Aoidh) is an ancient and once powerful Scottish clan from the country’s far north in the Scottish Highlands, but with roots in the old province of played a powerful force in politics beginning in the 14th century, supporting Robert the s became famous for strength, courage and skill in soldiering and were involved in endless clan.

Historian Angus Mackay in his "Book of Mackay" () compares two different genealogies of the early chiefs of the Clan Mackay.[7] The first is by Sir Robert Gordon, a 17th-century historian and the second by Alexander Mackay of Blackcastle, an 18th- to 19th-century historian who had access to the charters and historical documents of the Children: Iye Aoidh MacKay, Michael (Gillamithil) MACKAY, Iye Hugh MacEth, Neil M'CAY.

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Full Description: "The Mackay family of Scotland between the s and the late s. History of the House and Clan of Mackay, Containing, for Connection and Elucidation, Besides Accounts of Many Other Scottish Families, a Variety of Historical Notices, More Particularly of Those Relating to the Northern Division of Scotland During the Most Critical and Interesting Periods, with a.

Clan MacKay Genealogy Project A number of Clan MacKay members in Nova Scotia can trace their ancestry back to The Book of Mackay.

One MacKay family group is known to descend from the marriage of Aed, Earl of Moray, and his wife - the daughter of Lulach - which took place circa Like any other first book, the character Glasgow Trilogy revolves around, read the same books, and played the same video games as Mr.

Mackay did. The first book ‘The Necessary Death of Lewis Winter’, gives us a snapshot of the life of a hitman named Calum Maclean, who has been beaten so many times by the unusual events of life, he has. Beyond A Highland Whisper (MacKay Clan, #1), A Highlander's Destiny (Digital Boxed Edition), The Highlander's Fury (MacKay Clan, #2), and A Highlander I Home My BooksAuthors: Maeve Greyson, Willa Blair.

(Clan Chief ) Hugh William Mackay, the 14th Lord Reay, was born in Edinburgh and the only son of Aeneas Alexander Mackay, the 13th Lord Reay, and his wife Charlotte. Brought up in the Borders, the then Master of Reay was living in Holland when his father died inpassing on his titles and role as a representative.

The Clan MacKay (Johnston's Clan Histories) by Macdougall, M.O. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at User Review - Flag as inappropriate A fascinating account of adventure and intrigue documenting the plights, perils, and triumphs of Clan Mackay.

A must read for anyone looking to discover their past or to learn about the greatest clan in scottish history.5/5(1). This text traces the history of the clan Mackay, from their establishment of a clan stronghold in Sutherland in the 13th century, through their role in the Jacobite rebellion, to the modern day members of the clan.

A number of Clan MacKay members in Nova Scotia can trace their ancestry back to The Book of Mackay. One MacKay family group is known to descend from the marriage of Aed, Earl of Moray, and his wife - the daughter of Lulach - which took place circa Then, if one chooses to follow the maternal line, back to Adam!.

See Clan MacKay Genealogy. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion. Librivox Free Audiobook. Pretty Funny Girl Podcast YouTube Power Hour Podcast: YouTube, Full text of "The book of Mackay".Clan Mackay Society of the USA: HOME: CLAN CHIEFS OF CLAN MACKAY Lord Reay has a keen interest in politics and loves delving into books as well as spending time with his family in his spare time.

14th Lord Reay. (Clan Chief ) Hugh William Mackay, the 14th Lord Reay, was born in Edinburgh and the only son of Aeneas.The Clan Mackay is a highland Scottish clan chief of Clan Mackay has from early times been designated "of Strathnaver".The chief was also from early times seated at Castle Varrich but later moved to Tongue House in Tongue, the 17th century the chief of Clan Mackay was made Lord following is a list of the chiefs of Clan g: book.