Welcome – Come in a look around

Welcome are you, to step into the past a bit and fulfill your longing to belong with the stories of our clansmen and women gone by and those still near and dear. Nay be your sighs for yearning of yesteryear, for their blood runs deep within us and leads us forward in honor of our heritage and the celebration of our life as a ‘Muir’ Scot.

10 comments

  1. Janet Millman - Reply

    I would love to join the society of Muir. As my Grandparents ( Muir ) were from Ayrshire. Do not know to much about them as my father died in 1968 ,

  2. Melissa Marino - Reply

    Hello, I am very happy to have found this site. My grandmother was a Muir, her family was traced to Glasgow. Could you help me find the right spot to join? I’m sorry, I can’t find a link to join. Thank you!
    Sincerely,

    Melissa M

  3. Pauline Rainey - Reply

    I am a descendant from New Zealand Dunedin, 5th generation from the very first boats for Scotland .
    I am keen to trace my heritage. Pauline Rainey new Muir

  4. Amelie Muir - Reply

    My last name is Muir, and I’m interested about the clan. I don’t know how to join, would you be able to help?
    Thanks!
    Amelie M

  5. Lorna Margaret Muir - Reply

    My name is Lorna Muir, my father was one of five brothers my grandfather came from Dunfermline.Woild be very interested in joining your society.i currently live in Aylesbury Buckhinghzmshire England

  6. Kaylee Muir - Reply

    My Grandfather, John Muir, is direct kin to the John Muir of Dunbar 1838. Looks just like him too!!

  7. Derek Moore - Reply

    I am a Moore of descent of Gilchrist Muir. Obviously there is a departure of spelling in surname over the hundreds of years though Norway, Germany , and England before reaching colonial America.
    It has been slightly difficult to been difficult to trace my maternal line back to the point of Gilchrist Muir. From what I’ve read from other sites this, ancestral line qualifies me for membership.

  8. Robert Moore - Reply

    Per my Y DNA, I’m traceable to a people from County Antrim who were Cruthin/Dal nAraidi, who later moved to Ayrshire and were part of Clan Boyd, there. There are remarkable parallels in Clan Boyd Moores and Clan Muir, and as Muir was a Sept, this only makes sense. However, some of the claims made here (descendants of Picts, traceable to Fergus Mor, etc) are contrary to Y DNA. Please contact me as I’d like to discuss this further.

    Cheers,

    Robert

  9. James Muir - Reply

    HI, My name is James Adam Muir and I was born and live in Australia. My late father was born in Toronto, Canada and my grandfather in Govan, Scotland, killed in the later stages of WW2. I would like involvement with Clan Muir. Please advise how.

  10. Lauren Feldshau - Reply

    I’ve traced my Scottish Muir heritage back to 1688! The last Muir in my family tree is my paternal great-great grandmother, and it’s through her paternal line that I’ve been able to get back to the 1600s. I’m very excited to learn more about Scottish culture and plan to visit someday! I would love to have more info about clan-ship!
    Thanks!

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