Clan MacIvor

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GAELIC NAME FOR MacIVOR: Mac Iomhair (Son of Ivar)
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Various spellings of MacIvor:
Iver, Iversen, Ivor, Ivorson, Keiver,
McEver, MacIver, McIver, McIvor, MacKeever
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Origin of Clan MacIvor

Clansfolk of Clan MacIvor

Clan MacIvor in the Military

Septs of Clan MacIvor

Symbols of Clan MacIvor

Branches of Clan MacIvor

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{*} History of the MacIvor Clan in Canada [by John Munro MacIvor, 1922] {*}

Branches of Clan MacIver in Argyll appear to have assumed the name of Campbell, while those in the north and in Lewis are still known by the name of Clan MacIver.

According to Scots Kith & Kin, Clan MacIver or MacIvor was a sept of Clan MacKenzie of Ross and Lewis; and a sept of Clan Robertson of Perthshire. This text also refers to them as a sept of Clan Campbell of Argyll. Other sources indicate that MacIver and MacIvor were septs of Clan MacDonald of Glencoe.

See The McEvers
for additional Historical research on the Origins of Clan MacIvor.

= In Scotland =
[Flag of Scotland] MacIvor (MacIver) [Flag of Scotland]
Courtesy Electric Scotland: Grangemouth, Scotland

Links to other Clan MacIvor Websites

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