Ùrachadh mu Dheireadh 12/11/2018
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TIOTAL
MacAmhlaigh
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_82_VOLII_P025
DEIT
1845
LINN
1840an
CRUTHADAIR
Robert R McIan
NEACH-FIOSRACHAIDH
Leabharlainn na Gàidhealtachd
AITHNEACHADH MAOINE
30843
KEYWORDS
èideadh Gàidhealach
cinnidhean
eachdraidh chinnidhean
tachartasan chinnidhean
tartain
MacAulay

"James Logan's ""The Clans of the Scottish Highlands"" was published to celebrate the centenary of the 1745 Jacobite Rising. It was illustrated by Robert R McIan.

There are two distinct clans bearing the name MacAulay. One was associated with Ardincaple in Dumbartonshire; the other claims Lewis origins.

Of the Ardincaple family, Aulay, brother of the Earl of Lennox, signed the Ragman Roll in 1296. Some say these MacAulays were a branch of the Clan Alpine, from whom also descend the MacGregors. They certainly acknowledged close ties with the MacGregors in their 1591 and 1694 bonds of manrent. Aulay MacAulay of Ardincaple appears in the General Band of 1587 as a vassal of the Earl of Lennox, and the MacAulays appear in the Roll of Broken Clans in 1594.


The MacAulays' connection with the MacGregors led to their involvement in some of the MacGregor feuds, but the protection of the Earls of Lennox seems to have relieved them from some of the consequences of that involvement. When the MacGregors were outlawed, the MacAulays were careful to dissociate themselves from them. During the 17th century, several of the MacAulay chiefs sold some of their possessions in order to maintain their lifestyle and in 1767 the 12th chief had to sell the last of the MacAulay lands to the Duke of Argyll.

The MacAulays of Lewis claim descent from Olav the Black, the brother of Magnus, King of Man and the Isles. They were followers of Siol Torquil, or the Macleods of Lewis, and frequently feuded with the Morrisons. One of the chiefs of the Lewis MacAulays was known as Donald Camm (Donald One-Eye) who was renowned for his great strength. Donald Camm's son died at the Battle of Auldearn in 1645 fighting for Charles I. Some of this MacAulay clan lived on the mainland and followed the MacKenzies"



"Chaidh "The Clans of the Scottish Highlands" le Seumas Logan fhoillseachadh mar chuimhneachan ceud bliadhna air Ar-a-mach nan Seumasach ann an 1745. Bha e dealbhaichte le Raibeart R MacIain.

Tha dà chinneadh eadar-dhealaichte ann air a bheil an t-ainm MacAmhlaidh. Bha ceangal aig fear aca ri Aird nan Capall ann an Siorrachd Dhùn Bhreatainn; buinidh am fear eile do Leòdhas.

A thaobh teaghlach Aird nan Capall, chuir Amhlaidh, bràthair Iarla Leamhain, ainm ri Clàr Ragman ann an 1296. Canaidh feadhainn gun robh a' Chlann Amhlaidh seo nam meur de Chlann Ailpein, bhon tàinig Clann Ghriogair cuideachd. Gu dearbh bha iad a' gabahil ri ceanglaichean làidir ri Clann Ghriogair anns na bannan seirbheis no manrent aca ann an 1591 agus 1694. Tha Amhlaidh MacAmhlaidh Aird nan Capall a' nochdadh ann am Bann Coitcheann 1587 mar bhasaille aig Iarla

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MacAmhlaigh

1840an

èideadh Gàidhealach; cinnidhean; eachdraidh chinnidhean; tachartasan chinnidhean; tartain

Leabharlainn na Gàidhealtachd

The Clans of the Scottish Highlands

"James Logan's ""The Clans of the Scottish Highlands"" was published to celebrate the centenary of the 1745 Jacobite Rising. It was illustrated by Robert R McIan.<br /> <br /> There are two distinct clans bearing the name MacAulay. One was associated with Ardincaple in Dumbartonshire; the other claims Lewis origins.<br /> <br /> Of the Ardincaple family, Aulay, brother of the Earl of Lennox, signed the Ragman Roll in 1296. Some say these MacAulays were a branch of the Clan Alpine, from whom also descend the MacGregors. They certainly acknowledged close ties with the MacGregors in their 1591 and 1694 bonds of manrent. Aulay MacAulay of Ardincaple appears in the General Band of 1587 as a vassal of the Earl of Lennox, and the MacAulays appear in the Roll of Broken Clans in 1594. <br /> <br /> <br /> The MacAulays' connection with the MacGregors led to their involvement in some of the MacGregor feuds, but the protection of the Earls of Lennox seems to have relieved them from some of the consequences of that involvement. When the MacGregors were outlawed, the MacAulays were careful to dissociate themselves from them. During the 17th century, several of the MacAulay chiefs sold some of their possessions in order to maintain their lifestyle and in 1767 the 12th chief had to sell the last of the MacAulay lands to the Duke of Argyll.<br /> <br /> The MacAulays of Lewis claim descent from Olav the Black, the brother of Magnus, King of Man and the Isles. They were followers of Siol Torquil, or the Macleods of Lewis, and frequently feuded with the Morrisons. One of the chiefs of the Lewis MacAulays was known as Donald Camm (Donald One-Eye) who was renowned for his great strength. Donald Camm's son died at the Battle of Auldearn in 1645 fighting for Charles I. Some of this MacAulay clan lived on the mainland and followed the MacKenzies"<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> "Chaidh "The Clans of the Scottish Highlands" le Seumas Logan fhoillseachadh mar chuimhneachan ceud bliadhna air Ar-a-mach nan Seumasach ann an 1745. Bha e dealbhaichte le Raibeart R MacIain.<br /> <br /> Tha dà chinneadh eadar-dhealaichte ann air a bheil an t-ainm MacAmhlaidh. Bha ceangal aig fear aca ri Aird nan Capall ann an Siorrachd Dhùn Bhreatainn; buinidh am fear eile do Leòdhas.<br /> <br /> A thaobh teaghlach Aird nan Capall, chuir Amhlaidh, bràthair Iarla Leamhain, ainm ri Clàr Ragman ann an 1296. Canaidh feadhainn gun robh a' Chlann Amhlaidh seo nam meur de Chlann Ailpein, bhon tàinig Clann Ghriogair cuideachd. Gu dearbh bha iad a' gabahil ri ceanglaichean làidir ri Clann Ghriogair anns na bannan seirbheis no manrent aca ann an 1591 agus 1694. Tha Amhlaidh MacAmhlaidh Aird nan Capall a' nochdadh ann am Bann Coitcheann 1587 mar bhasaille aig Iarla