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KIRKPATRICK Roger Kirkpatrick was one of the attendants of Robert the Bruce at Dumfries when he met and slew the Red Comyn. Kirkpatrick is said to have met The Bruce rushing out of the church exclaiming that be believed he had killed Comyn. Kirkpatrick drew his dagger with the words, "I'll mak siccar" or "I mak sicker" meaning "I'll make sure" and went into Patrick's church and finished the task.  This became the Clan motto, 1 of the few clan mottos in Scot's dialect.

KIRKPATRICK Roger Kirkpatrick was one of the attendants of Robert the Bruce at Dumfries when he met and slew the Red Comyn. Kirkpatrick is said to have met The Bruce rushing out of the church exclaiming that be believed he had killed Comyn. Kirkpatrick drew his dagger with the words, "I'll mak siccar" or "I mak sicker" meaning "I'll make sure" and went into Patrick's church and finished the task. This became the Clan motto, 1 of the few clan mottos in Scot's dialect.

Clan Murray (   listen   ) ( Clann Mhuirich in Scottish Gaelic ) is a Highland Scottish clan . History Origins of the Clan The progenitor of the Clan Murray was Freskin who lived during the twelfth century.  It has been claimed that he was Pictish but it is much more likely that he was a Flemish knight, one of a ruthless group of warlords who were employed by the Norman kings to pacify their new realm after the Norman conquest of England . David I of Scotland who was brought up in the…

Clan Murray ( listen ) ( Clann Mhuirich in Scottish Gaelic ) is a Highland Scottish clan . History Origins of the Clan The progenitor of the Clan Murray was Freskin who lived during the twelfth century. It has been claimed that he was Pictish but it is much more likely that he was a Flemish knight, one of a ruthless group of warlords who were employed by the Norman kings to pacify their new realm after the Norman conquest of England . David I of Scotland who was brought up in the…

Scotland's highlanders have long been renowned for their fierce fighting spirit and the Rosses have well proven their highland blood. Clan Ross takes its name from the Clan's lands in the beautiful County of Ross. Originally known to the Highlanders as Clann  Aindreas, "the sons of Andrew", patron saint of Scotland, the Clan has a bloodline dating back to the original Celtic people of Scotland.

Scotland's highlanders have long been renowned for their fierce fighting spirit and the Rosses have well proven their highland blood. Clan Ross takes its name from the Clan's lands in the beautiful County of Ross. Originally known to the Highlanders as Clann Aindreas, "the sons of Andrew", patron saint of Scotland, the Clan has a bloodline dating back to the original Celtic people of Scotland.

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