Clan Farquharson UK is open to all Farquharsons, septs and friends of the Clan. You are most welcome to join us for all our events and we look forward to meeting you. A warm welcome awaits, but please note that nobody has a right to membership and the committee reserve the right to refuse membership.
We have a very happy and sociable group of members who enjoy getting together at our annual Gathering in August each year, in Ballater, Aberdeenshire during the village’s Victoria Week, so there are lots of things to see and do. Our Clan Chief joins us for our events which include a formal dinner. We very much enjoy welcoming members from our overseas associations at our gathering. Our newsletter, The Lion’s Face, is issued twice a year. Keep an eye on this web site for the latest news and events.
I do hope we will see you in Ballater.
Alan Caig, President
BALLATER HIGHLAND GAMES – have you thought about becoming a patron ? For a donation of £40.00 you get a seat in the patron’s enclosure, your name in the games magazine and access to the food and drink in the hospitality tent.
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Our polo shirts are made from 100% cotton and currently come in bottle green only. They have the embroidered Coat of Arms of Catherine Farquharson, the 11th Laird of Invercauld (1774 – 1845) , and the words, “Clan Farquharson” underneath. Delivery is 2-4 weeks approximately.
Shipping costs for up to 2 shirts are:
By Stuart Farquharson
The Farquharsons were a member of a confederation of 12 Highland Clans known collectively as Clan Chattan. Clan Farquharson played a prominent role in the Jacobite Uprisings from the late 17th Century to the mid 18th Century, attempting to return the Stuarts to the throne of England and Scotland. This book highlights the role of Clan Farquharson during the Jacobite Uprising of 1715. It details the role of many members of this clan from the initial gathering at the family castle, Invercauld House, to the trials in London and the deportation to the American colonies.
PLEASE NOTE: This book cannot be purchased from this website but can be ordered directly from the author. To order the book, priced at £40.00 plus post and packing, please email Alan Caig for details of the author.