Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

14/9/2006

Scottish clan gets new leader after 150 years and bitter court battle

EDINBURGH, Scotland – In days of yore, clan chiefs ruled rugged swaths of Scotland as their fiefdoms, collecting taxes, calling men to arms, and deciding land disputes.

These days, clan chiefs get little more than a coat of arms, a motto, and a personal tartan for kilts – although the title does carry considerable prestige. for more click here

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