Scottish Charity No. SC044296
Alexander Gilbert Haldane Robertson of Struan was born in 1938. He was the youngest of four children, and only son, of Langton George Duncan Haldane Robertson of Struan and his wife, Laurie. He succeeded his father as chief of Clan Donnachaidh in 1983.
Struan studied electrical engineering at Edinburgh University (1957-
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Please take a moment to read the history of our great clan, considered by many historians to be the oldest in Scotland; visit the scenes of our Clan territory in Perthshire, jewel of the Scottish Highlands; check out our DNA project which is connecting us to our ancestors; and read about our annual pilgrimage from around the world to our Society's Annual General Meeting in Pitlochry. Then, if you like what you've seen, click on the Clan Donnachaidh Society Application link below or on the Society page and follow the directions to join. We'd like to have you with us!
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Special Clan Donnachaidh Gathering in 2018 to honour our Clan Chief, Gilbert Robertson of Struan, on his 35th th year as Chief of Clan Donnachaidh and on his 80th birthday. During the week of August 10 – 19, 2018, many special events, tours, and activities are being planned to interest our members. This will be a special time in the life of Clan Donnachaidh and you won’t want to miss it. Please make plans to join us.
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Please take some time to read about Struan Kirk and how you can help to keep it in the Clan Donnachaidh family.
Catriona has some information on the 2018 AGM & Clan Gathering she wishes to share. Please click HERE for the information from Catriona.
This is a PROVISIONAL programme and bookings are NOT being taken at the moment.
Clan Members, Pauline and David Duncan, are offering special rates for the 2018 Gathering in their lovely Northlands B&B.
Catriona is delighted to confirm that the Fisher’s Hotel, Pitlochry, will give 10% discount to Members booking accommodation, for the 2018 Gathering, with them using a special code. (CD150818)