Clan MacKay in the Military

[Piper] Military Role of the Highland Bagpipes
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   Gaelic name: MacAoidh
                (son of fire)
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They grasped their claymores when the slogan they heard
And followed the flag of MacKay.
Unflinching they bore the proud ensign aloft
When their foemen the penalty paid;

Military Heritage of Clan MacKay


Lieut. Col. Keiller MacKay (later, Lieut.Governor Keiller MacKay)

Robert Lindsay MacKay's First World War Diary

Mervyn Lewis MacKay is honoured with other
Decorated World War II Airmen of Pictou County, Nova Scotia

Canadian Gallantry Awards: MacKay

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Clan MacKay was involved in Conflicts

With the exception of some MacKays living near Inverness, Scotland, the MacKays opposed Prince Charles and his uprising which was defeated at the Battle of Culloden.

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Lest We Forget

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