MacNane

Ulster

Loosely based on garments discovered in a bog at Flanders Townland near Dungiven in County Londonderry in 1956 by a Mr William G Dixon. Materials were scientifically attributed to the end of 16th century. The garments comprised remnants of tartan trews, tunic, belt and coat. In the Paton Collection.

MacInnes

THE name of this clan is Clan Aonghais in Gaelic. Its chiefs appear to have been Constables of Kinlochaline Castle. One branch was hereditary bowmen to The Mackinnon.