MEMBERSHIP

The membership benefits of joining the Clan Mackay Society include:

A membership certificate

Clan Mackay Society badge

A copy of our regular newsletter to keep you up-to-date

with society news and events

Attendance at society gatherings

Discount on goods from nominated retailers

COST

Annual membership: £15             Lifetime Membership: £100

You can pay for your membership through our Clan Shop

ELIGIBILITY

Membership is open to anyone who:

Has the surname of Mackay, however spelled.

Has a surname historically associated with our clan –

associated families or ‘septs’

Is connected by marriage to, or is descended from someone

bearing any of those surnames

Believes they are affiliated with Clan Mackay

 

HOW TO JOIN

1. Visit our Clan Shop and purchase either Lifetime or Annual membership.

2. During the purchase process you will be asked to provide your personal details and your connection to the Clan Mackay

3. Once your information is processed you will be sent a welcome email and further membership details.

ASSOCIATED CLAN NAMES (SEPTS)

Allan; Allanson; Bain; Bayne; Kay; Key; Keyes; MacAllan; MacBain; MacCaa; MacCaw; MacCay; MacCrie; MacGaa; MacGow; MacGee; MacGhee; MacGhee; MacGhie; MacKay; MacKee; Mackey; Mackie; MacPhail; MacQue; MacQuey; MacQuoid; MacVail; MacVain; MacVane; McCoy; McKay; McKee; McKie; Morgan; Neilson; Nelson; Paul; Pole; Poleson; Pollard; Polson; Reay; Scobie; Williamson

MEMBERSHIP SECRETARY,

MURDO MACKAY

thumbnail_murdomackay_010_lo5k.jpg

Murdo Mackay (or “Murchadh MacAoidh” in his native Gaelic) is originally from the Isle of Harris and now lives in Edinburgh.  He has been involved with the Society since 2018 and a member of the CMS council since 2019. Murdo enjoys learning about Clan Mackay history, particularly in the North West of Scotland

MEMBERSHIP OF THE CLAN MACKAY SOCIETY

 

We are keen to make the Clan Mackay into the once powerful highland force that it used to be. When you join, you will become a member of one of the oldest clan societies in Scotland, thus helping to ensure that the history and heritage of the clan continues for future generations.