Clan Macnab Society, Inc.
© 2016
August 5, 2016
Clan Macnab Society, Inc. Board of Directors:
Charles E. "Chuck" MacNab, CEO:
Georganne R. MacNab, Director (U.S.) E-mail
Captain Howard S. Browne, (USN ret.),
Director and President Emeritus

Please note: As of the date of this page, the Society web site is still being updated to previous status. We are making some progress however so please be patient ith us as we have many other obligations to attend to.Unfortunately the files from the original web site were lost in transition to a new server so we will continue to restore the original site as time allows and as files become available.

Many of the links do not work as a result of this circumstance and we apologize for that. We will continue to look for sources where we can recover our original files and restore them to this site

Please read the latest organizion update located at the following link
Clan Macnab intro

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HERE to view Macnab TARTANS  
Some Macnab Tartans may surprise you!



Clan Society information is usually available in a box located on this page. If it is information that takes up more than a few sentences in space then, in the future, you will find a link to it published here.
In 2008 the Society changed its basic organization from a membership society to an educational and charitable organization. Therefore, there is no membership status available, the Society collects no dues and the organization is maintained solely by donations. You may contact any member of the Board of Directors through email by clicking on the link provided at the top of this page. If you have questions you would like to pose or information that may be of interest, we will be happy to hear from you. The Society does not provide genealogical information or data as that activity is beyond our capabilities.
A bit of historical fact
The Scottish Dirk was a favorite sidearm of the wild Highlanders for many centuries. Descendent from the Medieval ballock knife, the dirk was excellent both as a utility piece and as a weapon. Frequently the dirk had a smaller knife that piggy backed in the sheath. This small knife was used for lesser chores as well as eating.

A page of Canadian history: Sir Allan Napier MacNab
ribbn.jpg A brief history of Clan Macnab
ribbn.jpgFrancis, The Macnab, 16th Chief.....Portrait by Raeburn
ribbn.jpgChief's burial grounds, Island of Inchbuie, description and photo.




An interesting article on The McNab Dog
We have some great Scottish links. To view them
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