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Mac Tavish Info on ElectricScotland - Dugald MacTavish of Dunardry, Chief of Clan MacTavish taken June 2001.

Mac Tavish Info on ElectricScotland - Dugald MacTavish of Dunardry, Chief of Clan MacTavish taken June 2001.

Clan MacNaughton and Dunderave Castle/  we are decedents of this particular clan.

Clan MacNaughton and Dunderave Castle/ we are decedents of this particular clan.

Clan Campbell Burial Grounds at Kilmun Church, Holy Loch, Argyll and Bute, Scotland. Sir Duncan Campbell, 2nd Laird of Glenorchy (my 17-times Great-Grandfather) was buried here after falling at Flodden Field with King James I of Scotland.

Clan Campbell Burial Grounds at Kilmun Church, Holy Loch, Argyll and Bute, Scotland. Sir Duncan Campbell, 2nd Laird of Glenorchy (my 17-times Great-Grandfather) was buried here after falling at Flodden Field with King James I of Scotland.

Barr Castle, Renfrewshire. It is owned by Fergus MacDowall, the chief of the MacDowalls

Barr Castle, Renfrewshire. It is owned by Fergus MacDowall, the chief of the MacDowalls

Representing the Clan MacTavish, Steven MacTavish of Dunardrie travelled all the way from Canada to represent his people at the Gathering in Edinburgh.  From the article at http://scotland.stv.tv/the-gathering/112131-canadian-clan-mactavish-returns-to-its-scottish-roots/

Representing the Clan MacTavish, Steven MacTavish of Dunardrie travelled all the way from Canada to represent his people at the Gathering in Edinburgh. From the article at http://scotland.stv.tv/the-gathering/112131-canadian-clan-mactavish-returns-to-its-scottish-roots/

Edward Stewart Dugald MacTavish of Dunardry with Lord Lyon

Edward Stewart Dugald MacTavish of Dunardry with Lord Lyon

STORY OF THE THOMPSONS PART 3 Following the Battle of Culloden (1746) and with the English forces victorious over the Scottish highlanders, the MacTavish (Son of Thomas) Clan rushed to Anglicise their name to 'Thompson' or 'Thomson' to avoid the brutal persecution of highlanders by the English. As Jim Thompson explains in this Third Part of the video series, his ancestors, like many others, decided to flee to Northern Ireland.

STORY OF THE THOMPSONS PART 3 Following the Battle of Culloden (1746) and with the English forces victorious over the Scottish highlanders, the MacTavish (Son of Thomas) Clan rushed to Anglicise their name to 'Thompson' or 'Thomson' to avoid the brutal persecution of highlanders by the English. As Jim Thompson explains in this Third Part of the video series, his ancestors, like many others, decided to flee to Northern Ireland.

Jim Thompson talks about the origin of the Scottish name Thom(p)son which is MacTavish 'son of tom'

Jim Thompson talks about the origin of the Scottish name Thom(p)son which is MacTavish 'son of tom'

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