The Clan MacLachlan Association of North America, Inc., (CMANA) publishes an organizational newsletter, The ROEBUCK, twice per year. Included within each newsletter are articles that cover the interesting things we MacLachlans do (whether famous, infamous or unknown). Still other articles provide insight into our common heritage and history, with special emphasis on the exploits and adventures of our ancestors once they arrived in North America.
In addition, articles on genealogy and finding one's roots are contributed by the CMANA's genealogist. Finally, traditional Scottish fare recipes often grace each issue to provide more appetizing flair. A classified section is available for membership use free of charge. It's the perfect place to look for information on lost ancestors. The newsletter is only available with a membership in the CMANA.
A new section is being planned for the next edition! The Roebuck will feature a "Meet Your Clan Members" section. This your invitation to contribute your family's history and current composition/interests of members, and how and where you participate in all things Scots!
Please send submissions to John Cherry, The Roebuck editor.
The Clan MacLachlan Society (CMS) publishes an organizational newsletter, Clan Lachlan, twice per year. Included within each newsletter are articles that cover the interesting things we MacLachlans do (whether famous, infamous or unknown). Still other articles provide insight into our common heritage and history. In addition, articles on genealogy are contributed by the CMS's genealogist. The newsletter is only available with a membership in one of the branches of the CMS.
Clan Lachlan Editor: Nan Beams
The Clan MacLachlan Association of North America (CMANA) has published a clan history entitled History and Legends of Clan MacLachlan. The book is available to all at a reduced price of US$25.00 plus shipping. In the continental US the shopping charge is typically $5.00. If residing outside of the US, please contact your branch president to obtain a book.
The book provides insight into several of the cadet families and the pedigree of the MacLachlan Chiefs. It also incorporates discussions on the castle, our tartans and legends.
The book may be purchased by sending a check, made payable to CMANA, INC., in U.S. funds only, to: