The domain name of The Clan Lindsay Society website has now changed  to the "clanlindsaysociety.co.uk"

The official website of The Clan Lindsay Society

Click on clanlindsaysociety.co.uk to be transported to the official website for The Clan Lindsay Society. 

Our aim is to improve communications between Society Members and to encourage other Lindsays, wherever they may be, to share in our culture and history.  The Board of Management runs the Society and organises events and communications.  Our Board Members are listed on the Office Bearers page.


Each year we hold a "Lindsay Gathering" – a social occasion for the specific purpose of bringing the Lindsay family members together at a location with a connection to our Clan.  All the details can be found on the Gatherings page.

We welcome new Members from around the world.  We are open to all who have descent from a Lindsay ancestor or who bear the name Lindsay (or one of its many spellings).  If you’d like to join us then please follow the instructions on our Membership page

Lime Leaf

The Lime tree is symbolic to the Clan Lindsay.  This leaf is taken from the avenue of Lime trees connecting Balcarres House to the village of Colinsburgh in Fife.

Lindsay Piper

Personal piper to the Clan Chief, the Earl of Crawford, and the Lindsay Clan Piper at Kellie Castle in North East Fife, close to Balcarres Estate.

Rue Plant

The Rue plant in flower.  Rue is the plant badge of the Clan Lindsay.