Members of Clan Maclean show their allegiance to their clan and their chief by wearing a crest badge with bears the heraldic crest and heraldic motto of the clan chief.The blazon of the heraldic crest within a clan members crest badge is A tower embattled Argent.They were involved in clan skirmishes with the Mackinnons, Camerons, Mac Donalds and Campbells, as well as all of the Jacobite risings.There are several different origins for the surname Mac Lean, however, the clan surname is an Anglicisation of the Scottish Gaelic Mac Gille Eathain.Their enemy was the Scottish Argyll government forces of Clan Campbell, led by Archibald Campbell, 1st Marquess of Argyll.
All our scripts come with a licence for one performance. MOLLIE PARTS HER HAIR TO SHOW TRIXIE A MISSING CLUMP. Kate is our dorm prefect and we have to do what she says. Full of fun and adventure, including hidden treasure, a ghost and a secret passage.The heraldic motto upon the crest badge is VIRTUE MINE HONOUR.Long before crest badges were used by members of clans, it is said that plants were used as badges.The Macleans, who were in possession, claimed to hold the lands in dispute as tenants of the crown, but the privy council decided that Macdonald of Islay was really the crown tenant.The Clan Maclean fought as royalists at the Battle of Inverlochy (1645), Battle of Auldearn and Battle of Kilsyth, alongside men from Clan Mac Donald, and other allies from Ireland raised by Alasdair Mac Colla.1050 during the reign of King Macbeth of the House of Moray, the principal royal line of the Cenél Loairn.He was a Judex (judge) and Councillor to King David of Scots.In 1647 the Mac Lean's Duart Castle was attacked and laid siege to by the Argyll government troops of Clan Campbell, but they were defeated and driven off by the royalist troops of Clan Maclean.The Battle of Inverkeithing took place in 1651 where Sir Hector Maclean, 18th chief was killed. They are one of the oldest clans in the Highlands and owned large tracts of land in Argyll as well as the Inner Hebrides.Many early Mac Leans became famous for their honour, strength and courage in battle.