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"Maybe it's bred in the bone, but the sound of pipesis a little bit of Heaven to some of us." True statement!

"Maybe it's bred in the bone, but the sound of pipesis a little bit of Heaven to some of us." True statement!

Where in Ireland are you from? Trace your Irish heritage and find out where your Irish surname originated or is most dominant in Ireland. Explore your History!

Where in Ireland are you from? Trace your Irish heritage and find out where your Irish surname originated or is most dominant in Ireland. Explore your History!

Angus Colquhoun painted by Kenneth MacLeay. The sporran has an 18th Century cantle. It was lent to him from the clan estate at Rossdhu.

Angus Colquhoun painted by Kenneth MacLeay. The sporran has an 18th Century cantle. It was lent to him from the clan estate at Rossdhu.

Ancient lands of the clans of Scotland - Look for the MacKinnons, they are Dwight's Grandfather's Family!

Ancient lands of the clans of Scotland - Look for the MacKinnons, they are Dwight's Grandfather's Family!

The immediate ancestor of the family of Luss was Humphry de Kilpatrick, who in the reign of Alexander II., not later than 1246, obtained from Malcolm, Earl of Lennox, a grant of the lands and barony of Colquhoun, in the parish of Old or West Kilpatrick, pro servitio unius militis, , and in consequence assumed the name of Colquhoun, instead of his own. His grandson, Ingelram, third Colquhoun, lived in the reign of Alexander III.

The immediate ancestor of the family of Luss was Humphry de Kilpatrick, who in the reign of Alexander II., not later than 1246, obtained from Malcolm, Earl of Lennox, a grant of the lands and barony of Colquhoun, in the parish of Old or West Kilpatrick, pro servitio unius militis, , and in consequence assumed the name of Colquhoun, instead of his own. His grandson, Ingelram, third Colquhoun, lived in the reign of Alexander III.

Clans of Loch Lomond According to my Grandad, our family is part of clan MacFarland, and related to Rob Roy MacGregor.

Clans of Loch Lomond According to my Grandad, our family is part of clan MacFarland, and related to Rob Roy MacGregor.

Monument marking the site of the Battle of Glen Fruin - fought on Feb 9,1603 between Clan Gregor & Clan Colquhoun. Two MacGregor clansmen were forced to spend a night on Colquhoun lands & after being refused shelter, the two MacGregors found an abandoned outhouse & slaughtered a sheep to eat. They were discovered & sentenced to death. The chief of Clan Gregor, Alasdair MacGregor of Glenstrae, led 300 to 400 men the Colquhoun lands to avenge the slain Clansmen.

Monument marking the site of the Battle of Glen Fruin - fought on Feb 9,1603 between Clan Gregor & Clan Colquhoun. Two MacGregor clansmen were forced to spend a night on Colquhoun lands & after being refused shelter, the two MacGregors found an abandoned outhouse & slaughtered a sheep to eat. They were discovered & sentenced to death. The chief of Clan Gregor, Alasdair MacGregor of Glenstrae, led 300 to 400 men the Colquhoun lands to avenge the slain Clansmen.