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The Muirhead Clan Society is, for our purpose and definition, a Clan of Scotland.

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The Muirhead Clan Society is, for our purpose and definition, a Clan of Scotland. Historically, pre-1300’s, were they a Clan as in a Highland Clan? Who’s to say? Most researchers would say, “Very likely, they were not based on the spelling of the name Muirhead,” but one also needs to remember that the Highlands of Scotland and its border with the lowlands of Scotland, as well as the place names and surnames, were not fixed and unmoving, but constantly shifting and would continue to fluctuate for centuries even after the 1600’s.

We are a gathering of families united by a common social bloodline, a social group with a common ancestry and purpose that was historically based in Scotland under patriarchal and feudalistic leadership. The ancient clan system of Scotland does not survive in the truest sense of what were the Highland clans of Scotland, in its original Gaelic form. Clan Muirhead exists today through the spirit of the Ancient Clans of Scotland. Its membership is a modern association of kith and kin of the international Muirhead/Morehead and associated families. Our ancestral roots run deep in Scotland where our ancestry has been found at one time fixed proprietors of lands of Muirhead as far back as King William or sooner.