Kiel Church MacInnes
door and plaque
Kiel Church is where St. Columba founded a church. Many MacInnes has been buried there, including the chiefs. This is very close to Kinlochaline. The Clan MacInnes 2000 Tour christened the new door for the church and the plaque to the left. The plaque was gifted by Steve & Donna McKinnis.
Location: Scotland East side
Gunner Hugh McInnes tombstone
Donald MacInnes (his marker is below) worked tirelessly to get Gunner Hugh McInnes located and recognized. Hugh received the Victoria Cross, one of England's highest honours. But Hugh was forgotten, and his medal lost. Donald was able to locate his grave, and worked to get his tombstone erected. Archbishop Marco Contin, and the military held the ceremony 26 June 2004. The website has full pictures of the ceremony.
Location: Glasgow Scotland Central
Donald MacInnes Bench at Ballachulish Church
One of our foremost historians was Donald MacInnes of Cumbernauld, Scotland. This bench was first commissioned for Kinlochaline, but logistics made it difficult to place it there. So it was placed at St. John's Scottish Episcopal Church.
Location: Scotland East/Center
Antigonish NS Cairn Park
Our most ambitious undertaking, a cairn in the Cairn Park in Antigonish Nova Scotia . Funds were collected from members who provided rocks and stories of their history. The rocks were placed on two side of the cairn, with the stories placed inside. Dedicated July 12 2013. This is also under Legacies.
Location: Canada Nova Scotia far east
Grandfather Mountain Highland Games stone
One largest Highland Games in the world with over 140 different clans is at Grandfather Mountain in North Carolina near Banner Elk. This is where the Clan MacInnes Society started and has always had the most MacInnes attend. Near the entrance, they now have a patio with different clan stones and MacInnes has one here.
Location: USA East Coast North Carolina