Names and dates are important, but the real story of Clan MacRae and related families comes from historical and genealogical records, oral tradition, and family stories and customs. Every story tells us more about our shared heritage, the pain and the joy, and we learn about real people – not just another name or another date. From the well known Big Duncan of the Battle Axe, or his lesser known son Dougal, to the mystery of Macrae’s Folly or One-Armed John, and more. Learn more in our Clan History section.
In this section is information on Clan Symbols, Clan Maps, our castle Eilean Donan.
There are articles in our newsletter KINTAIL about our member’s families and ancestors in the 19th and 20th centuries.
We encourage you to become a Clan MacRae member and contribute your stories as well. KINTAIL is available free to all active members. We have a tremendously rich heritage to share!