The Clan McGrath Society


Keep up to date with the latest news from the Clan McGrath of Ulster.  On this page we will bring you features, articles and photos from events and activities related to the Clan in Ireland and abroad.

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Posted by Clan McGrath on January 6, 2018 at 11:05 PM Comments comments (5)

Happy New Year to the Clan McGrath everywhere.  Over the Christmas period the McGrath Chief, Chieftain, Ceann Fine visited Sydney and New South Wales, Australia and brought the news of the International McGrath Clan Gathering 2020 to our McGrath Kin.  The Ceann Fine also made time to visit the historic town of McGraths Hill in New South Wales.  

Clan McGrath International Gathering 2020 - Campaign Launch

Posted by Clan McGrath on August 19, 2017 at 9:55 PM Comments comments (0)

The Clan McGrath Ceann Fine, Chief, Chieftain launches the International Gathering 2020 campaign at the McGrath Castle, Termonmagrath, Pettigoe, Co. Donegal.....

The McGrath Clan is proud to announce the beginning of our McGrath Clan Gathering 2020 campaign at Castle McGrath, Termonmagrath, Pettigoe, Co. Donegal. The McGrath Clan Gathering 2020 will take place in our ancestral homelands of ...

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McGrath Clan Gathering 2020 - Venue Announced

Posted by Clan McGrath on July 23, 2017 at 4:50 AM Comments comments (0)

The McGrath Cean Fine, McGrath Chief, McGrath Chieftain has announced the venue for the McGrath Clan Gathering 2020 as Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh. This ancient town, once the stronghold of the Maguire Clan of Fermanagh is at the crossing point of lower and upper Lough Erne and is set in some of Irelans's most beautiful and historic landscape.  This is the ideal base for exploring our Clan McGrath ancestry in the region and it;s location close to Donegal and Tyrone, it's am...

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McGrath Coat of Arms / Armorial Banner

Posted by Clan McGrath on May 9, 2017 at 4:20 PM Comments comments (0)

We have had a number of enquiries regarding the Clan McGrath Coat of Arms armorial banner. This banner bearing what is sometimes but wrongly named the McGrath Crest is in fact a representation of the McGrath Coat of Arms as depicted on the grave tomb of Archbishop Miler McGrath in the ruins of the Cathedral Church of St. Patrick's on the Rock of Cashel. The Coat of Arms on his tomb is dated 1622 and is the earliest representation of the McGrath coat of arms in the world. Archbi...

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