MacFie Tartan & Clan

Ewan MacPhee was a 19th century army deserter who went on to become Scotland's last outlaw. MacPhee fled the army and went to live on a small island in Loch Quoich where he married a fourteen year-old girl. As the years passed, MacPhee began to gain a reputation as an oracle of sorts and he believed himself to have supernatural powers. All this time, MacPhee was stealing cattle from his neighbours who got fed up and sent the sheriff after him. MacPhee's wife saw the Sheriff coming and so started shooting at him, prompting the Sheriff to turn and flee. Later an armed mob came and took MacPhee away to prison where he would eventually die.

Clan MacFie Crest & Motto

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"Pro Rege"

For the King
OTHER NAMES WHO WEAR THE MacFie TARTAN:

WHAT DOES THE MacFie NAME MEAN?
The name MacFie is from the Gaelic Mac Dhuibhshíthe, which means "son of Duibhshíth"

WHERE DOES THE MacFie CLAN HAIL FROM?
The Island of Colonsay

Clan Macfie has no chief, and is an armigerous clan