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AGM Going Virtual

The 2020 AGM will be held virtually. For more information visit our AGM page

Calendar Highlights

Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns upcoming events have been cancelled or postponed. We will update our calendar as we get more information

Juniper Fund 

The initial goal for the Juiper Fund has been and can now begin awarding grants. To apply please use this link:

Help Wanted

Several needed to set up and man tents at games and festivals and to recruit new members in their states.

We need all we can get to celebrate the Murray heritage by helping man clan tents, marching in parades, attending Scottish events. Dressing Scottish is optional but fun!

Welcome to the official Murray Clan Society of North America website. We sincerely hope you find your visit with us informative and enjoyable. Our community exists to draw together those who bear the name Murray, allied families (septs) or their descendants.  We hope to cultivate a spirit of kinship and pride, to collect historical and genealogical records, and to provide a gathering place at the various Highland Gatherings throughout North America. We'd like to extend an invitation to join us and share in our friendship and fellowship.


Photo: Stephen Farthing/Atholl Estates

His Grace,The 12th Duke of Atholl, Bruce Murray became Chief of Clan Murray in 2012. Not only is he the clan's Chief, but he commands Europe's only private army, the Atholl Highlanders.

When not taking part in his ceremonial duties he is a businessman in South Africa like his late father, John Murray, the 11th Duke of Atholl. The Chief's wife, Charmaine, is Duchess of Atholl and his oldest son, Michael, is the Marquis of Tullibardine. The Chief's other children are Lord David and Lady Nicole.

In 2012, he and the Atholl Highlanders visited the Massachusets town of Athol to help celebrate the 250th anniversary of its incorporation. One of its founders was the Second Duke of Atholl, who gave it its present name.