Welcome to the Associated Clan MacLeod Societies Genealogical Resources Center. Our purpose here is to provide the resources, information, and links you need to research your ties to this ancient Scottish highland clan. Hopefully, we have what you need. We will do all that we can to assist you in your research.

However, we sincerely ask that you agree to the following conditions:

This Genealogical Resource Center offers the following:
  • To reach the Genealogy Coordinator for the Associated Clan MacLeod Societies, please email dcaskie@greennet.net
  • Migration Project Coordinator for the Clan MacLeod Society USA can be reached at aemcleod@live.com
Join Us:
  • Bill Lawson is a genealogist specializing in family history research in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland.
  • Skye Roots --Website for Norma MacLeod, a genealogist specializing in research on the Isle of Skye, the MacLeod main homeland.
  • Skye Kin -- Website for Marjorie MacInnes, another genealogy specialist ready to assist you in research on the Isle of Skye.
  • GENUKI -- the central website providing links to all archives and research centers in the United Kingdom.
  • The Scottish Genealogy Society--the genealogical membership organization for Scottish genealogical research
  • General Register Office for Scotland--the section of the GRO devoted to assisting Scottish genealogical research
  • Scottish Genealogy from Scot Roots--another resource center devoted to Scottish genealogical research
  • Scots Origins--offers free services including enhanced International Genealogical Index (IGI) searching and extensive place name searching, in addition to the Sighting service which allows access to original Scottish documents from 1700 to 1990.
  • Electric Scotland --Website with links to Helen Payne Odom Library in Moultrie, GA, the repository of archives relating to Clan MacLeod in the United States of America, as well as other resources.

The Arms of the Associated Clan MacLeod Societies are used here by persmission of the Associated Clan MacLeod Societies (ACMS). The ACMS expresses special gratitude to the creators of Sparrowhawk 1.0, and GED2HTML, the software which created the linked genealogical databases for this Genealogy Resource Center. Updated 16 July 2004. If something fails to please you here, or if you have question, comments or suggestions about this project, contact us by clicking here --
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