Maclellan Tartan Kilt
The title MacLellan springs out from the Anglicisation of the Gaelic MacGhille Fhaolain that stands for the " son of the servant of St. Fillan", Fillan a diminutive of the Old Irish "fail" which spells for a wolf.Though, several spellings and variations for word "MacLellan" were adopted to name the clan as the castle situated at Kirkcudbright has this spelling.MacLellan's Castle was built in the 16th Century by Sir Thomas MacLellan of Bombie after he accquired the lands in 1569.The construction of the castle was completed by 1582 and consisted of an L-shaped building located next to Greyfriars Church. From looking at the structure of the castle it is clear to see that it was used only for show and never defence, and was thought of as one of the greatest houses in Scotland at that time. The MacLellans sold the Castle in 1752, but it changed hands again in 1912 to Historic Scotland who have now restored it for public viewing.Clan MacLellan is an armigerous clan which means that the clan, family or name is registered with the Court of the Lord Lyon, but does not currently have a chief recognised by the Lyon Court.In addition to using any of the setts named MacLellan, people of this name might choose to wear the tartans and crest of one some of these clans such as MacDonald, MacNab and MacLennen or Douglas. We serves our valued customers by offering the entire range of the finest product to be chosen from our given list for worldwide shipments. Remember we offer best of the best stuff on nominal prices. Place your order now. We are just a click away.