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Genealogy

The Clan MacRae Genealogy Database contains the names of approximately 5613 individuals and 1722 marriages, including all of those contained in the History of Clan MacRae written by the Rev. Alexander MacRae. As a result, pedigrees can be traced for any of the MacRae lines mentioned in Rev. MacRae's book.

This book is currently out of print and no longer for sale at our Clan Store. However , we now have a pdf copy of the book that you can read online

and other information on tracing your ancestors. History of the Clan MacRae Information Page.

Members of Clan MacRae are encouraged to submit their MacRae line, including all known spelling variations, to the Clan Genealogist. All submissions will be accepted and added to the Clan Genealogy Database.

How To Request A Genealogy Search

Requests for genealogy searches may be submitted to the Clan Genealogist (Larry Cates) via the following email address:

genealogist@macrae.org

Upon receipt of a request the Genealogist will initiate a search of the Clan Genealogy Database and email the results back to the requestor, along with recommendations for other genealogy search sites. There is no cost for conducting a search of the database, but due to postage costs, all search results will be emailed back to the requestor. Clan MacRae will not release the entire Genealogy database.

 

MacRae Clan DNA Project

MacRae Family Genealogy Forum

The H istory of the MacRae's( PDF)

An Improved Index of Emigrants Listed in  Rev. Alexander MacRae's "History of the Clan MaeRae"

 

Sons of the Mountains

 

 

Your Scottish Descent:

Based in Scotland, "Your Scottish Descent" offers a professional

Scottish family history research service to any one looking

to find out about their Scottish ancestry.  They work hard to

trace and build your Scottish Family  tree, helping to  bring

you closer to your Scottish Roots.

 

 

 

 

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