Surnames/tags: Scottish_Clans MacIntyre
Welcome to Clan MacIntyre
|Clan MacIntyre Team|
|Team Members||B. McIntyre, Kerri McIntyre|
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The focus of this team's work is to identify, improve and maintain profiles associated with the Lairds and Chiefs of Clan MacIntyre together with members bearing the name MacIntyre, the related families and those recognised as septs of Clan MacIntyre.
Team To Do List
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- promoting the entries of those bearing the name MacIntyre on Wikitree.
- ensuring entries appearing on Wikitree are as accurate as possible, correcting mistakes once spotted.
- encouraging interest in and study of Clan MacIntyre.
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Image Credits and Acknowledgements
Information below this line should be summarized and incorporated into this Team page. Detailed information should be moved to additional Clan pages.
Clan Chief: Donald Russell MacIntyre, 10th of Glenoe. Chief of the Name and Arms of Clan MacIntyre.
- Crest: A dexter hand holding a dagger in pale Proper.
- Motto: Per Ardua - Through difficulties
- Plant badge: Froach Geal (White Heather)
- Pipe music: Gabhaidh sinn an Rathad Mor
- Gaelic name: Mac an t-Saoir - The Carpenter's Son
Names associated with the clan:
Camus-na-h-erie: In 1955 Alastair MacIntyre of Camus-na-h-erie recorded arms in the Lyon Court as a cadet of the chiefly house of MacIntyre, although with a shield significantly different from that subsequently granted to the clan chief in 1991.
This branch of the family claims descent from Patrick, a son of a chief of Glenoe. The family established themselves on the shores of the Inverness-shire Loch Leven at Camus-na-h-erie. John Macintyre of Camus-na-h-erie, 10th of his line, fought on the Jacobite side in the 1745 and was wounded at the battle of Falkirk. It is reported that nine members of MacIntyre of Camus-na-h-erie were taken prisoners in the 1745 rising. In the early 19th century, the family was represented by the Rev. John MacIntyre, D.D. of Kilmonivaig.
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