Clan MacLeod Society of Australia (South Australia) Inc.
Clan MacLeod Societies
Clan MacLeod Societies include descendants of MacLeods (regardless of the spelling) and associated Septs. This means that any person who is a descendant of a MacLeod (female or male), or who is an affiliate of a Sept of MacLeod, is considered kin. All kin, and their extended family, are welcome to join the Society. Over the last hundred years, kinsfolk around the world have formed Clan MacLeod Societies. As to be expected, Clan MacLeod is particularly strong in Scotland and England. Due to migration, Clan MacLeod also has Societies in U.S.A., Canada, New Zealand, South Africa, France and Australia.
Some countries have a number of regional or state Societies. In Australia, we have four Societies namely, New South Wales (encompassing Queensland and the Australian Capital Territory), Western Australia, South Australia and Victoria. The governing body for all Clan MacLeod Societies is known as the Associated Clan MacLeod Societies (ACMS).
The links below provide you with other Clan MacLeod related websites.
Now on Facebook
The Clan MacLeod Society in South Australia is now on Facebook and all the latest information, events and activities can be seen there.
A profile of Scotland-born South Australians
An interesting and comprehensive look at the profile can be found here.
Associated Clan MacLeod Societies Genealogical Resources Center
Associated Clan MacLeod Societies (ACMS)
Includes National Society Links
Scot Clans (Scottish Clan Merchandise)
Septs of MacLeod and different name variations
The Scottish Banner
History and Use of Bagpipes in Theater and Dance
South Australian State Committee of Highland Dancing Inc. & Port Adelaide Caledonian Society Inc.
The Tiger and the Thistle
The Bagpipes go to the Movies
Family History South Australia
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