Around the world there are a number of initiatives supported by Lindsays or enthousiasts who have a particular interest in activities of the Lindsays past and present.
Some of these groups can be contacted through the links below.
A sample of the most common modern Lindsay Tartan setting is shown. Other versions are available including the ancient Lindsay and various faded colourings.
The Personal Banner of the Earl of Crawford hangs permanently in St Gilles Cathedral, Edinburgh, alongside the Banners of the other principal nobles of Scotland.
The Clan Lindsay Society was founded at a meeting held in George Street Edinburgh on 27th October 1897 under the direction of its first President, James Ludovic Lindsay, the 26th Earl of Crawford.
At this inaugural meeting Lord Crawford uttered the following words: - "The meeting today is the meeting of a family" reflecting the structure of the clan being predominately formed from descendents of those bearing the same name. His lordship further described it as the resuscitation of a family group.
Since its formation, the Society has endeavoured to hold Annual Meetings and Gatherings whenever possible.
Family of the Earl of Crawford, Chief of the Clan Lindsay, with his son Lord Balniel and grand daughter attending the Dirleton Castle Lindsay Gathering in September 2012.
Balcarres House, nestled in the woodlands of the Balcarres Estate in Fife, is the seat of the Earl of Crawford. This view was taken from the old Tower perched on the top of nearby Balcarres Crag.
A group organised through Edinburgh University to recognise and appreciate the Works of Sir David Lyndsay of the Mount.
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