Present Day Armigers
Kenneth Lee McInnis
Page 42 Volume 94
Scot Ryan McInnis
Page 44 Volume 94
Malcolm Cleveland McInnis Page 47 Volume 94
Colin James McInnes (deceased)
MacInnes of Crathie
Reverend John McInnes (1689-1777) of Crathie church
Twin tower castle - a sailing galley, a gyronny of eight - and a wild boar's head as the crest. Not matriculated.
MacInnes of Carradale
Hugh McInnes of Carradale (William Beverage MacInnis (Page 44 Volume 73) is a descendant of Hugh McInnes of Carradale on the Mull of Kintyre, Scotland)
Similar to the Crathie crest, but added three ram's head and a bow and arrow in the boar's hooves. Matriculated.
MacInnes of Malagawatch
William John MacInnes (Page 43 Volume 147)
(Murdock MacInnes (Page 44 Volume 79), father and Albert Garland MacInnis (Page 43 Volume 148, son has similar arms)
Dropped the three ram's head and boar's head, added the bow and arrow. Matriculated. Found most often with vendors as Clan MacInnes crest as approved by the Standing Council of Chiefs even though this is a family arms.
Malagawatch Church. Some very interesting information on the church at Malagawatch that was moved to Iona on the Higland Village Museum.
(MacIan shield) three six-point stars with the motto E Labore Dulcedo. Latter seen with the thistle and the bee in the crest. A variation of this is below without the motto and thistle and bee.
(MacIan shield) A variation of the ancient without the motto and thistle and bee. from R.R. McIan.
Ancient MacInnes - Cigarette silk
This is a printed silk Clan Tartan & Arms. These silks were an alternative to paper printed cigarette cards and given away in packets of cigarettes in the early 1920's. The silks were issued by Godfrey Phillips Ltd in England around 1922. This silk is of MACINNES Red Clan Tartan & Arms Motto: E Labore Dulcedo "Toil yields delight". The silk approximate size is 65 x 50 mm (2.5" x 2"). Note the thistle and the bee in this 1922 card
Other arms with incomplete information.
Reverend John McInnes (1689-1777) arms that follow the Crathie arms. Here is the description but no picture.
Rev. Bishop Duncan MacInnes Episcopal Bishop of Sea Moray (Page 39 Volume 59)
The Arms granted to Bishop Duncan MacInnes are Episcopal Church Arms.
Understanding the coat of armsAlmost all of this information comes from The Heraldry Society "Herladry Beasts, Banners and Badges for Beginners". This contains a very extensive pdf all about the various aspects of the coat of arms.
Here are a few pieces of information on this site you may find useful.
Thanks to Ross MacAngus of Banton for the professional artist shield prints and the large tartan pdf files
and Donald MacInnes of Cumbernauld, Scotland for information on the crests.