Did you know the Clan MacAulay website has information about famous MacAulays?

There are a multitude of famous MacAulays. Check out our Famous MacAulays page (https://clanmacaulay.org.uk/famous-macaulays/) to see if you recognize someone from your family! Not yet a member? Consider joining Clan MacAulay. Click here (https://tinyurl.com/11gvr3iu) for more information. … Continue reading

Are you missing Scotland? Check out the March issue of the Scottish Banner

As we’re unable to travel, many of us are missing our time in Scotland but have enjoyed watching Men in Kilts, A Road Trip with Sam and Graham or reading Clanlands, the written version of their adventure. Check out the … Continue reading

Did you know the Clan MacAulay website has information about Genealogy and DNA testing?

Have you wondered how you connect with the various MacAulay families? Are you confused by the various options available for DNA testing?  We invite you to check out our Genealogy page (https://tinyurl.com/1rghmd75) and DNA testing page (https://tinyurl.com/kh7xxr4t). Not yet a … Continue reading

Did you know the Clan MacAulay website has information on our MacAulay Heritage?

Whether you’re curious about the MacAulay badge, shield, motto, war cry, tartans or prayer, you’ll find it on the Clan MacAulay Heritage page of the website (https://clanmacaulay.org.uk/sidebar-page-2/). Not yet a member? Consider joining Clan MacAulay. Visit https://clanmacaulay.org.uk/membership-in-clan-macaulay/ for more information. … Continue reading

Did you know the Clan MacAulay website has information on our MacAulay History?

Whether you’re curious about the history of MacAulays from Ardencaple, County Antrim, the Hebrides or Ullapool and Loch Broom, you’ll find it on the Clan MacAulay History page. Not yet a member? Consider joining Clan MacAulay. Click here for more … Continue reading

How tweed became a symbol of Scottish culture

Special thanks to Mike Macauley, Commissioner for North Missouri, for forwarding the January 14, 2021 National Geographic article How tweed became a symbol of Scottish culture. Very appropriate since we’ll be visiting the home of Harris tweed next year when … Continue reading