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  • Hugh MacLeod of MacLeod, 30th Chief of Clan MacLeod.Hugh was born in London on 24th July 1973, the son of John MacLeod of MacLeod and Melita Kolin. He graduated with a BA (Hons) in Film and Modern History from the University of London and the Sorbonne in 1995.
  • Memorial Services for the late Chief JohnLondon: Malcolm Macleod wrote that ?Ulrika, Mrs MacLeod of MacLeod, arranged a most moving memorial service in celebration of John?s life on Sat 14th April in the Swedish Church, London, in which they had been married three years previously.
  • Clan Trip to GermanyOn Fri 27th April nine members of the Scottish Society flew from Edinburgh to Stanstead to Lubbeck. Lead by President Ruari, with Anne; there were Donald and Anna; Derek and Pat; Nancy Macleod Nicol and Rose Fleming and Stella Henderson. At Lubbeck we...
  • HIGHLAND GATHERING:Inverness, Sat 21st July 2007.
  • Hugh MacLeod of MacLeod Proclaimed 30th Chief.The Management Council of the Associated Clan MacLeod Societies met in Edinburgh on 17th February 2007. Amongst other business the following Resolution was proposed, seconded and passed unanimously:?The Associated Clan Macleod Societies comprising the...
  • John MacLeod of MacLeod, 29th Chief of Clan MacLeod. 1935-2007Chief John died, after a short illness, in London on 12th February 2007.
  • Old Duirinish Church, Dunvegan.Three new marker boards have been erected inside a stone enclosure in front of the old MacLeod Church, of St Mary’s, Duirinish, Dunvegan.
  • Scottish ExodusIn Jim Hunter’s new book Scottish Exodus, the most
  • Chief John at Clan DinnerChief John MacLeod of MacLeod was guest of honour at the Society's
  • Norman MacLeod of Suardal 1920-2005Norman attended the Universities at Edinburgh and Oxford and served in the Royal Navy. In 1950 he went to teach at Durham School, where he retired in 1985. He married Sheila Gorrie and had four sons and a
  • Remembering Dame Flora20 Clansfolk attended a social evening in Edinburgh to remember the late Chief, Dame Flora. Nancy Nicol and others provided a splendid supper of baked potatoes and fillings; quiche and salad.
  • St Mary's, Kilmuir Old KirkAccess to old Kilmuir Kirk, Dunvegan has been improved. There will be information plaques giving the history of the church and the community. Five MacLeod Chiefs are buried in the church. There will be better access over the hill to the two church walk....