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About the Society

The Clan Lamont Society was formed in 1895 in  in  Glasgow, Scotland,  under the presidency of Sir James Lamont XIV of Knockdow. 

Today we have nearly 1000 members from around the world. There are sister societies in North America and Australia.

Our Objectives

The founders of the Society determined that the objects of the society would be,

  • the reviving, conserving and promoting of the interests, sentiment and associations of the clan:

  • cultivation of social intercourse among the members;

  • the collecting and preserving of records and traditions relating to the clan, and the publication of the same;

  • the encouragement of education;

  • the rendering of assistance to deserving clansmen; and,

  • any other objects which the society may from time to time determine.

Our beginning
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