Welcome to The Clan
MacMillan Society of Texas, a branch of Clan MacMillan
The society held its first annual gathering in Austin on 12 June 2007. Over 40 charter members welcomed Chief George MacMillan, who traveled from Scotland to Texas to help launch the new branch of Clan MacMillan International. The society hosted its first Clan MacMillan tent at the Salado Highland Games in November 2007. The second annual gathering of the society was held in Austin on 4 October 2008.
MacMillans in Texas are members of one of the oldest Scottish clans. The clan originates with a 12th century religious devotee named Gilchrist, who was a son of Cormac the Bishop of Dunkeld from 1114 to 1131. Cormac is thought to be a great-great-grandson of the 11th century Scottish king Macbeth.
MacMillan is the most common spelling of the clan name in Scotland. Common spellings in Texas include McMillan, McMullen, McMillen and other variants.
The purpose of The Clan MacMillan Society of Texas is to bring clan members together to share in their common Scottish heritage.
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