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CLAN MENZIES: HEREDITARY CHIEFS

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CLAN MENZIES: HEREDITARY CHIEFS

IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER including Clan Branch, Ancestors and Family

The family of Menzies are said to be of Anglo-Norman origin and came north to Scotland in the second-half of the 12th century. The first for whom there is evidence is:

SIR ROBERT DE MEYNERS (1177-1266)

Sir Robert was Lord High Chamberlain of Scotland to Alexander II in 1249 and was granted lands around Weem in Perthshire where Castle Menzies stands today. His name appears on a charter in the time of William the Lion (1142 -1214).

Ancestors

  • Possibly grandson of Menyeis, Mengeis, 1st Baron of Menzies (1043 - 1132)
  • Possibly son of Anketillus de Maynoers 2nd Baron of Menzies (born 1120 -)


SIR ALEXANDER DE MEYNERS (1235 -1320)

Menzies Bannockburn Claymore

Sir Alexander also known as Alexander Menzies of Durrisdeer 1st of Weem, was acknowledged as Earl Menzies in an Act of Parliament of Scotland in 1312 and was a supporter of Robert I, King of Scots,1306 -1329. He was one of the Scottish barons who ratified the Treaty of Salisbury on 14 March 1290 and acquired the lands of Weem and Aberfeldybeg, in the Earldom of Atholl, from John de Strathbogie, Earl of Atholl, by charter dated in 1296. In 1308, he had two charters from Robert I, for the lands of Glen Dochart and upon Alexander marrying, (most likely his second wife) a daughter of Sir James, 5th High Steward of Scotland) with whom he had a charter under the Great Seal for the lands and barony of Durrisdeer.

  • The Menzies' Bannockburn Claymore is believed to have been used by Chief Sir Alexander Menzies 1st of Weem at the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314. It is currently displayed in the museum at CASTLE MENZIES.

Descendants

  • Sir Robert de Menzies (see below).
  • Sir Thomas de Menzies- In 1314, was present at the Battle of Bannockburn with his father and brother Robert. In 1320 he represented his father at the meeting at which the Declaration of Arbroath was drafted and appended his seal to the letter. The seal represented a chief indented; on the top of the shield was a small ornament, and on each side was a celtic ornament like a lizard and the words 'S. Thome D. Meineris’. In 1329, Thomas also received from King Robert I, a charter to the lands and barony of Fortingall in Atolia, Perthshire.
  • Sir Alexander de Menzies married his cousin, Giles, daughter of Sir James Stewart of Preston, with whom he acquired the lands of Durrisdeer in around 1325. He disponed those lands to James Stewart, brother of Walter, the High Stewart.


SIR ROBERT DE MEYNERS (1267-1346)

As heir to his father, Sir Robert 2nd of Weem, had a charter from David de Strathbogie, Earl of Atholl, for the thanedom (?) of Crannich dated about 1312. At the resumption of the wars with England following the death of Robert I in 1329, he had his lands of Weem forfeited by Edward III in 1335 but this had little if any effect on his possession of them, and he was a member of the assize convened by Parliament to determine the rights of Sir Malise, late Earl of Strathearn, to that Earldom on 7 June 1344.

Descendants

  • John de Menzies (see below).
  • Sir Robert de Menzies, to whom his father assigned the lands of Enoch and which were confirmed to him under the Great Seal of David II.
  • Annabella de Menzies, m. Sir David Hamilton

JOHN DE MEYNERS (1323-1410) 3rd of Weem

ROBERT DE MEIGNES (1353-1411) 4th of Weem

SIR DAVID DE MENGUES (1377-1449) 5th of Weem

Sir David Menzies was born in 1377 in Weem, Perth, Scotland and died in 1449

Ancestors

  • Father and Mother unknown

Spouse

  • Mary Sinclair, Lady Menzies — marriage date and location unknown

Descendants

  • John Menzies


JOHN DE MENGUES (1397-1467) 6th of Weem

Sir John Menzies was born in 1397 in Weem, Perth, Scotland and died around 1467.

Ancestors

  • Son of David Menzies and Mary (Sinclair) Menzies

Spouse

  • Married to Janet Carruthers, Lady Menzies- marriage date and location unknown

Descendants

  • Father of Mariote (Menzies) Murray

SIR ROBERT MENZIES 8TH LAIRD OF WEEM (1433-1523)

Sir Robert Menzies was a minor when he succeeded and was not retoured heir until 1487.

Spouse

  • Married to Lady Margaret Lindsay, daughter of Sir David Lindsay of Edziell, ancestor of the Earls of Crawford

Descendants

  • Sir Robert Menzies — his successor.
  • William Menzies of Roro, ancestor of the Clan Menzies Branchs of Shian in Glenquaich and Bolfracks.
  • Alexander Menzies, who had a son John, who afterwards got a charter of Tegramuch from his uncle, Sir Robert the Menzies, 7th July 1546.
  • Margaret, married to William Robertson of Struan ; the contract of this marriage is in the Charter Room of Castle Menzies — he was chief of Clan Robertson.
  • 2nd daughter is said to have married the chief of the MacGregors, Lairds of Glenlyon.


SIR ROBERT MENZIES OF MENZIES 9TH LAIRD OF WEEM (1475-1557)

Sir Robert Menzies was born in Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland and he was infeft in 1523 of the barony of Weem, including Enoch. He was dead by 1557 when his only son Alexander (by his first marriage) and successor was retoured his heir.

Spouse

  • Husband of Christian Gordon, Lady Menzies — married 22 Nov 1503 in Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Ancestors

  • Son of Robert Menzies and Margaret Lindsay

Descendants

  • Alexander Menzies

SIR ALEXANDER MENZIES OF MENZIES 10TH LAIRD OF WEEM (1504-1563)

Alexander Menzies was retoured heir in his father’s estate in 1557. Alexander Menzies was born about 1503 in Weem, Perthshire and died 7 Mar 1563 in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland. On 1 May 1533, King James V granted Alexander, son and heir apparent of Sir Robert, the lands and barony of Rannoch (including Downane, Kinclauchir, Cammyserachtis, Ardlaroch, Kilquhonane, Lairan, Ardlair, Largan, the island of Loch Rannoch and Irochty and all the lochs and islands).

Spouse

  • Husband of Janet Campbell, Lady Menzies, married before 1523 in Scotland
  • Husband of Katharine M’ghie.

Family

  • Son of Sir Robert Menzies and Christian Gordon, Lady Menzies

Descendants

  • James Menzies by his first wife Janet Campbell, Lady Menzies
  • His son James, by his second wife Katharine M’ghie, founded the Menzies of Culdares branch and all descendants from Alexander's marriage with Katharine M'ghie are the 'Culdares Branch of Menzies'.


JAMES MENZIES OF MENZIES 11TH LAIRD OF WEEM (1523-1585)

James Menzies was born about 1530 in Weem, Perthshire, Scotland and he was the issue of Sir Alexander’s first marriage. James was infeft in the baronies of Weem and Enoch as well as half the barony of Culter in 1564 and had sasine as his father’s heir of the lands of Wolfclyde in Culter the following year. His testament is dated 5 September 1585 and he was dead by 1588 when his eldest son was retoured heir.

Spouse

  • Husband of Barbara Stewart, Lady Menzies- married 20 May 1536 in Scotland

Family

  • Son of Alexander Menzies and Janet Campbell, Lady Menzies

Descendants

  • Duncan Menzies Esq
  • Alexander Menzies


ALEXANDER MENZIES OF MENZIES 12TH LAIRD OF WEEM (ABOUT 1566-1646)

Alexander Menzies graduated Master of Arts from the University of Glasgow in 1582 and was retoured heir to his father on 25 January 1588/89. He was evidently a minor at his father’s death for the Earl of Huntly was appointed his tutor in his father’s testament and he was evidently still not retoured heir on 10 December 1588, the date of his contract of marriage to MARGARET CAMPBELL. He was knighted sometime before 1 May 1618. In 1617 he and his third wife were granted the mains of Garth by William Murray, 2nd Earl of Tullibardine and as the “laird of Wemyss” he was a Member of Convention for Perthshire in 1625.

Alexander was born about 1566 and died about 1644 in Scotland. The Rottmell Branch of Menzies are all descendants from the marriage of Alexander Menzies and Marjory Campbell. On 24 January 1616, Sir Alexander Menzies caused to be erected in the Old Kirk of Weem, the massive Menzies Monument to his wives and forebears.

Spouse

  • Husband of Margaret Drummond Campbell Menzies — married 10 Dec 1588
  • Husband of Elizabeth Forrester Menzies — married 23 Mar 1599
  • Husband of Marjory Campbell, Lady Menzies — married 20 Mar 1604 in Scotland

Family

  • Son of James Menzies and Barbara Stewart Menzies
  • Brother of Duncan Menzies Esq

Descendants

  • Duncan Menzies
  • Helen (Menzies) Campbell
  • William Menzies


DUNCAN MENZIES OF MENZIES 13TH LAIRD OF WEEM (1600-1656)

Duncan Menzies was retoured heir to his brother, John, in such parts of his estate as he had died in fee of, 17 July 1622. He was born about 1600 in Barony of Rannoch, Culdare, Perthshire, Scotland and he made his will on 24 February and appears to have died before 11 September 1646. His son was retoured his heir on 27 August 1656. Duncan Menzies was born 1600 in Scotland.

Spouse

  • Husband of Jean Leslie Menzies

Family

  • Son of Alexander Menzies and Elizabeth (Forrester) Menzies
  • Brother of Helen (Menzies) Campbell [half]
  • William Menzies [half]

Descendants

  • Ann Buchanan (Menzies) MacGregor
  • Alexander Menzies 1st Brt.
  • Jean (Menzies) Campbell


SIR ALEXANDER MENZIES OF MENZIES, 1ST BARONET 14TH LAIRD OF WEEM (1623-1694)

Sir Alexander Menzies was granted a warrant to be proclaimed heir to his father in the lands of Enoch and half the barony of Culter at the mercat cross of Perth on 25 Dec 1650, “there being no safe access to the lands mentioned” and was retoured heir in the lands and barony of Weem on 27 Aug 1656. He was knighted before 1 Aug 1662 and on 2 Sep 1665 he was created a Baronet with remainder to the heirs male of his body. Alexander was born 23 Jul and baptized 28 Jul 1629 in the Lands of Rannoch, Culdare, Perthshire and died on 24 Aug 1694 at Castle Menzies, Weem, Perthshire. He is buried in The Menzies Mausoleum, St David's old Kirk of Weem, Weem, Perthshire, Scotland.

Spouse

  • Husband of Margaret Agnes Campbell, Lady Menzies

Family

  • Son of Duncan Menzies and Jean Leslie Menzies
  • Brother of Ann Buchanan (Menzies) MacGregor and Jean (Menzies) Campbell

Descendants

  • Susanna (Susan Menzies) Campbell
  • Robert Menzies Younger
  • James (Menzies) Menzies of Comrie
  • Aemilia Emilia Menzies


JUNIOR CHIEF CAPTAIN ROBERT MENZIES (1660- 1692)

Junior Chief Captain Robert Menzies

Robert Menzies Younger, Fiar of Menzies, was the oldest son of Sir Alexander Menzies, 1st Baronet and Margaret Agnes (Campbell) Menzies. He was born in 1660 in Canongate, Midlothian and died 26 Sep 1692 at the young age of 32 in Canongate, Midlothian. Captain Robert had all the responsibilities as Chief of Clan Menzies upon his shoulders, during the old age of his father Chief Sir Alexander the Menzies,1st Baronet who, although an old man, ended up surviving his son.

The young Chief Captain was appointed Commander of Castle Menzies and Meggernie Castle, made Lieutenant-Governor of Inverlochy Castle and Fort William, Captain of the 1st Independent Company of Highlanders, and of the 42nd (The Black Watch).

Upon the throne of Britain being occupied by William and Mary, Robert the young chief sat in their first Parliament at Edinburgh in 1689, in the Parliamentary Rolls of which he is thus mentioned : " Robert Menzies, younger of that Ilk, sat in the Parliament of William and Mary, held at Edinburgh, 26th April 1689, as a commissioner for the shire of Perth."

Hon. Ann Sandilands, Lady Menzies, wife of Robert Menzies Younger

Spouse

  • Husband of Hon.Ann Sandilands, Lady Menzies — married 1684 in Canongate, Midlothian.

Siblings

  • Susanna (Menzies) Campbell
  • James (Menzies) Menzies of Comrie
  • Aemilia Emilia Menzies

Descendants

  • Alexander Menzies 2nd Brt
  • James Menzies
  • Christian Menzies (daughter)
  • Katharine Menzies
  • Margaret Menzies


SIR ALEXANDER MENZIES OF MENZIES 2ND BARONET (1682-1709)

Sir Alexander Menzies of Menzies 2nd Baronet

Sir Alexander "Menzies of that Ilk" succeeded to the lands of his father, the young Chief Captain Robert Menzies, or of such as he was in possession of, on his premature death. He was accordingly served heir to his father, the entry in the Retours being thus recorded and translated : " 9th April 1692. Alexander Meinzies served heir of Robert Meinzies of Menzies, his father". On the 15th of March 1694, Chief Sir Alexander the Menzies was again served heir to his father, Captain Robert Menzies. This was after the death of his grandfather, so that the whole estates then came into his possession. Alexander was born about 1682 in Midlothian and died 1734 in Dull Parish, Perthshire, Scotland

Christian Campbell, Lady Menzies

Spouse

  • Husband of Christian Campbell, Lady Menzies married about 1700 in Scotland, Daughter of Lord Neil Campbell

Siblings

  • Son of Robert Menzies Younger and Ann (Sandilands) Menzies
  • Brother of Margaret Menzies

Descendants

  • Grace (Menzies) Cameron
  • Christian (Menzies) Mac Intosh
  • Robert Menzies 3rd Bt
  • Alexander Menzies
  • James Menzies


SIR ROBERT MENZIES OF MENZIES 3RD BARONET (1706-1786)

Sir Robert Menzies of Menzies 3rd Baronet

Sir Robert Menzies was born in 1706, and was a mere child when his father, Sir Alexander the second Baronet, died. The responsibility of answering for the actions of Clan Menzies devolved upon the " Captain of Clan Menzies" (the second son of Sir Alexander, 1st Baronet), Captain James Menzies of Comrie, grand-uncle to the infant chief Sir Robert, during whose minority Captain James managed the estates and affairs of Menzies.

Robert was born in 1704 in Weem, Perthshire and died 1786 in Weem, Perthshire, Scotland. There being no male issue, the title and estates of Menzies - Dull, Rannoch, &c. reverted to his kinsman, John Menzies, grandson of Captain James Menzies of Comrie, through the captain's second son, James.

Mary Stuart, Lady Menzies wife of Sir Robert Menzies

Spouse

  • Husband of Mary Stuart, Lady Menzies — married 31 Oct 1729 in Rothesay, Bute, Scotland

Siblings

  • Grace (Menzies) Cameron
  • Christian (Menzies) Mac Intosh
  • Alexander Menzies
  • James Menzies

Descendants

  • Christian Menzies, an only daughter.


SIR JOHN MENZIES OF MENZIES 4TH BARONET (1739-1800)

Sir John Menzies of Menzies 4th Baronet

John Menzies, his father James Maxwell Bethia Menzies being the son of Captain James Menzies, became the heir of the title and estates of Menzies - Dull, Rannoch, &c. on the death of his cousin Sir Robert as without a male issue, the title and estates reverted back again to the descendants of Capt. James Menzies of Comrie. John Menzies was born 2 Jul 1739 in Edinburgh and died 26 Mar 1800 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. The Weem Register records his death thus - "5 April 1800 - Sir John Menzies, Bart., was buried in the Church of Weem on this date." On his death he was about 63 years of age, and left no issue.

Charlotte Murray), Lady Menzies

Spouse

  • Husband of Charlotte Murray, Lady Menzies — married 4 Mar 1797

Family

  • Grandson of Captain James Menzies and Anna (Campbell) Menzies
  • Son of James Maxwell Bethia Menzies and Janet (Stevenson) Menzies

Descendants

  • No issue


SIR ROBERT MENZIES OF MENZIES 5TH BARONET (1745-1813)

Sir Robert Menzies of Menzies 5th Baronet

Robert Menzies was the grandson of Captain James Menzies of Comrie, through his third son Neil Menzies, Esq. Robert succeeded to the chiefship on 26 March 1800 as 5th Baronet. He was born in 1745 in Castle Menzies, Weem, Perthshire, Scotland and died 8 Mar 1813 in Scotland.

Sir Robert, on the news of the death in 1786 of his cousin, Sir Robert the 3rd Baronet, in the absence of the nearer kinsman John Menzies (who had gone out to the Indies and been reported dead) was acknowledge to be the nearest heir-male. Accordingly he proceeded to take possession of such of the estates as the conditions of the entail permitted, and also assumed the title, and, as already described, was celebrating the joyous event at Castle Menzies when his long lost cousin (Sir John) appeared … Sir Robert yielded up what he had gained possession of to Sir John Menzies, an action which made the cousins fast friends for life, until the death of Sir John in 1800 without issue, when Sir Robert re-entered into possession ."

A slab in St. David's Auld Kirk o' Weem commemorates his death, on which this inscription - 'Sir Robert Menzies, Bart., of that Ilk, died 8 Mar 1813, aged 68 years.

Catherine Ochiltree, Lady Menzies wife of Sir Robert Menzies 5th Baronet

Spouse

  • Husband of Catherine Ochiltree, Lady Menzies — married 20 Jul 1777 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland

Family

  • Grandson of Captain James Menzies and Anna (Campbell) Menzies
  • Son of Neil M Menzies and Mary (Bothwell) Menzies

Descendants

  • Neil Menzies 6th Bt
  • Veronica (Menzies) Butter


SIR NEIL MENZIES OF MENZIES 6TH BARONET (1780- 1844)

Sir Niel Menzies of Menzies 6th Baronet

Neil Menzies succeeded to the chiefship on 8 Mar 1813 as 6th Baronet. He was born in 1780, the son of Robert Menzies, before his father had any hopes of the baronetcy, as Sir Robert the 3rd Baronet was then living, with several other heirs who came before him. Sir Neil passed away in 1844 and is buried at the Menzies Mausoleum, the Old Kirk of Weem, Weem, Perthshire, Scotland. NB: His gravestone reads 'Sir Niel Menzies, 6th Baronet'.

Grace Charlotte Conyers (Norton) Lady Menzies wife of Sir Neil Menzies of Menzies 6th Baronet

Spouse

  • Husband of Emelia Francis (Balfour) Menzies — married 29 May 1808 in Dunbog, Fife, Scotland
  • Husband of Grace Charlotte Conyers (Norton) Lady Menzies — married 24 Nov 1816 in Cranston, Midlothian, Scotland

Family

  • Son of Robert Menzies 5th Bt and Catherine (Ochiltree) Menzies
  • Brother of Veronica (Menzies) Butter

Descendants

  • Catherine Menzies
  • Emelia Francis Balfour Boswell (Menzies) Small-Keir
  • Robert Menzies 7th Brt
  • Fletcher Norton Menzies
  • Caroline Elizabeth Wynford Menzies
  • Grace Charlotte Ellen Augusta (Menzies) Mackintosh


SIR ROBERT MENZIES OF MENZIES 7TH BARONET (1817-1903)

Sir Robert Menzies of Menzies 7th Baronet

Robert Menzies succeeded as Chief in 1844 as 7th Baronet. He was born on 26 Sep 1817 in Abbeyhill, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland and was baptised on 26 Sep 1817 at Weem, Perthshire, Scotland. Sir Robert died 22 Apr 1903 in Camserney Cottage, Camserney Village, Perthshire, Scotland and was buried at the Menzies Mausoleum, Old Kirk of Weem on 26 Apr 1903. There is a definitive record of his time as Chief of Menzies within the 1st Edition (1894) and 2nd Edition (1908) of The Red and White Book of Menzies written and published by David Prentice Menzies.

Anne Balcarres Stewart-Alston, Lady Menzies, wife of Sir Robert Menzies of Menzies 7th Baronet

Spouse

  • Husband of Ann Balcarres Stewart-Alston, Lady Menzies, married 10 Jun 1846 in Weem, Dull Parish, Perthshire, Scotland

Family

  • Son of Neil Menzies 6th Bt and Grace Charlotte Conyers (Norton) Lady Menzies

Siblings

  • Catherine Menzies [half]
  • Emelia Francis Balfour Boswell (Menzies) Small-Keir [half]
  • Fletcher Norton Menzies
  • Caroline Elizabeth Wynford Menzies
  • Grace Charlotte Ellen Augusta (Menzies) Mackintosh

Descendants

  • Caroline Mary Stuart (Menzies) Macgregor
  • Egidia Charlotte Menzies
  • Neil James Menzies 8th Brt
  • Robert Fletcher Menzies


SIR NEIL MENZIES OF MENZIES 8TH BARONET (1855-1910)

Sir Neil Menzies of Menzies 8th Baronet

Neil James Menzies succeeded as Chief in April 1903 as the 8th (and last) Baronet of Menzies. Sir Neil was educated at Harrow and he was a Captain in the Scots Guards and on the outbreak of the Egyptian war, he went with the Guards to the front and fought through the Sudan War in 1885, being present at the battle of Hasheen and Tamai. He retired from the army on 3rd May, 1891.

Born 5 Mar 1855 in Foss House, Weem, Perthshire, Scotland, Sir Neil died 21 Dec 1910 in the Hotel du Rhin, Paris, City of Paris, Île-de-France, France. He was buried one week later at the Menzies Mausoleum, in the Old Kirk of Weem, Weem, Perthshire Scotland. His wife, Lady Susan, was also interred there after her death on the 9 Feb 1946.

Susan, Lady Menzies at the entrance to Castle Menzies.

Spouse

  • Husband of Susan Harriet Grant-Suttie, Lady Menzies — married Jul 1905 in St George Hanover Square, London, England

Family

  • Son of Robert Menzies 7th Brt and Ann Balcarres (Stewart-Alston) Menzies
  • Brother of Caroline Mary Stuart (Menzies) Macgregor, Egidia Charlotte Menzies and Robert Fletcher Menzies

Descendants

  • No children.

THIS LINEAGE OF CLAN CHIEFS AND THE BARONETCY, CEASED WITH SIR NEIL MENZIES OF MENZIES 8TH BARONET’s DEATH IN 1910 AS THERE WERE NO HEIRS.


MISS EGIDIA CHARLOTTE MENZIES OF MENZIES 1850 - 1918

Miss Egidia Menzies of Menzies

The Clan was left without a Chief with the extinction of the main line, on the death of Sir Neil Menzies in 1910. His sister, Miss Egidia Menzies of Menzies was elected Chieftainess by the Menzies Clan Society. Unfortunately she did not apply to Lord Lyon Court to become Chief of the Clan. She died in 1918.

Egidia Menzies did not marry and had no recorded Descendants

IN 1957 THE DESCENDANTS OF THE COUSIN OF THE FIRST BARONET were successful in petitioning Lord Lyon King of Arms. They were recognised as being allowed to use the arms of Menzies of Menzies.


LT.- COL. RONALD STEUART MENZIES OF MENZIES (1884-1961)

Chief Ronald Steuart Menzies of Menzies in 1957

Ronald Steuart-Menzies of Culdares was granted the title "Menzies of that Ilk" by the Lord Lyon Court, in 1958. He descended from James Menzies, son of Sir Alexander Menzies of Menzies (1504-1563) and his second wife Katharine M’ghie. James Menzies founded the Menzies of Culdares branch and all descendants from Alexander's marriage with Katharine M'ghie are the 'Culdares Branch of Menzies'. Ronald was born in 1884 and died on 2 Oct 1961. He gained the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel in the service of the Scots Guards.

Spouse

  • Husband of Sybil Mary Willoughby Boulton.

Family

  • Son of William George Steuart-Menzies of Culdares and Constance Anne Ellen Wethered.
  • Husband of Olivia Anne Turner-Farley.

Descendants

  • Jean Marjorie Steuart-Menzies
  • David Ronald Steuart-Menzies and Susan Steuart-Menzies (Twins)
  • Mariota Steuart-Menzies


CURRENT HEREDITARY CHIEF CAPTAIN DAVID R. STEUART MENZIES OF MENZIES (1935-LIVING)

Assisted by Robert Ronald Menzies of Menzies Younger, eldest son of Chief David Menzies of Menzies.

Current Chief David R. Steuart Menzies of Menzies

RESEARCH

Many thanks to Sue Barnes, Menzies Clan Society Council member for researching and compiling this list of Clan Menzies: Hereditary Chiefs. For more information go to clanmenzies.org [1]





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