MacInnes symbols


On windswept isles and by the lovely lochs of the Highlands, the ancient Gaelic-speaking people named MacInnes once made their homes. Scattered abroad for many years, the group has recently begun to renew ties with families and friends, raising the rallying cry:

"Again MacInnes!"             MacAonghais a-rithist

Clan Salute
  From Islay, from Iona, and from Jura,
  From Kinlochaline, Mull, and Leitir Fura,
  From Canada, Queensland, and the Carolinas,
  
Again, the ancient Clan MacInnes rises!

New MacInnes shield

Ceud Mile Failte (a hundred thousand welcomes)

Welcome to the Clan MacInnes Web Site. This site provides insight about your people, the ancient Clan of MacInnes, current activities of the Clan, and some interesting historical and genealogical information. Please browse our pages and enjoy!  And if you are impressed, join our Association . Sign up today!

Yours aye, International Association of Clan MacInnes (IACM)



On November 26, 2018, the Court of the Lord Lyon advised that we are at liberty to choose between the plain circlet and the belt and buckle on the International Association of Clan MacInnes' Crest. As the belt and buckle is an iconic symbol for clans, the IACM will continue using it in that sense.

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Last modified June 12, 2021
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Our AGM is at Scotland County Games in Laurinburg, NC Oct 2 where Clan MacInnes is the honored clan!


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