Genealogical Interest -Family Roots

Pan Ross Collage
The Scottish Royal Coat of Arms



The Communities of Ross-shire
in the year 2000 - Associated Clans


1.Alness
 
Munro
2.Applecross
 
Mackenzie
3.Ardross
 
Munro
4.Aultbea
 
Macdonnell
5.Avoch & Killen
 
Mackenzie
6.Coigach
 
Macleod
7.Conon Bridge
 
Mackenzie
8.Contin
 
Mackenzie
9.Cromarty
 
Urquhart
10.Dingwall
 
Bain
11.Edderton
 
Ross
12.Fearn Balinto..
 
Ross
13.Ferintosh
 
Urquhart
14.Fortrose Ro..
 
Mackenzie
15.Gairloch
 
Macleod
16.Garve
 
Mackenzie
17.Inver
 
Ross
18.Invergordon
 
Munro
19.Kilearnan
 
Mackenzie
20.Kilmuir & Lo ..
 
Ross
21.Kiltearn
 
Munro
22.Knockbain
 
Mackenzie
23.Lochbroom
 
Macdonnell
24.Lochcarron
 
Macdonnell
25.Marybank Scatwell Strath..
Mackenzie
26.Maryburgh
 
Mackenzie
27.Muir of Ord
 
Mackenzie
28.Nigg & Sha..
 
Ross
29.Resolis
 
Urquhart
30.Saltburn & ..
 
Munro
31.Shieldaig
 
Mackenzie
32.Strathpeffer
 
Mackenzie
33.Tain
 
Ross
34.Tarbat
 
Ross
35.Torridon & Kinlochewe
Macleod
36.Wester Loch Ewe
Mackenzie
37. Pan Ross - Topics covering the whole of Ross and Cromarty


This website contains both general and particular information regarding the genealogy of the Folk of Ross and Cromarty. General information about life in Ross and Cromarty in the 1790's and the 1840's can be found via the topic 'Previous Accounts' in the 'Heritage' Category of each Community. Likewise, the 'Place Names' topic in the 'Heritage' Category will also shed useful information re the origins and meanings of the place names throughout Ross-shire.

Particular information, about an individual, can also sometimes be obtained via the above. However, the most common reference to individuals will generally be found in the 'War Records' topic in 'Pan Ross' (click on History, Records).

Below is a map of the Communities of Ross and Cromarty in the year 2000, and using it, we have tried to give you some idea about the chief lands of some of the more prominent clans as held by them prior to the 1750s. However, as a study of the 'War Records' topics will show, there were many other small clans and septs in Ross-shire, and with the passing of the years, folk have moved generally throughout the Kingdom of Scots and of course beyond their homelands.
 
Map showing Pan Ross communities


Logan - Maclennan tartan

Maclennan
Mackenzie tartan

Mackenzie
Macleod tartan

Macleod

Munro tartan

Munro

Ross Tartan

Ross

Urquhart Tartan

Urquhart


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