The Clan Wallace Society represents all Scots of any clan and all others who wish they were Scots.
The Society has approximately 700 members in the United States, Canada, Scotland,
England and as far away as Sweden and Italy. The purpose of the society is educational
with particular reference to the history of Scotland, its public figures, such as
Sir William Wallace, the national hero of Scotland who suffered martyrdom for his
country in 1305, its Clans and the heritage and achievements of those claiming Scottish
descent. The current Chief of Clan Wallace is Ian Francis Wallace of that ILK, 35th
Chief of the Clan and Name of Wallace and Honorary President of the Society. Members
of the Society host the Wallace tent at many Scottish Highland Games across the United
States and Canada each year. Until recently the largest and most active group of
members was found in the
Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. Growth in membership over the past 4 years has changed all that. We now enjoy very active membership on the West Coast, the Southwest, and the Midwest areas of the United States. Similar growth has been seen in the Canadian Meritimes. In July 1999
members of the Society attended the first International Gathering of Clan Wallace in Halifax, Nova Scotia, which was organized by our Convener for the Canadian Meritimes.
We welcome anyone wishing to participate in Clan activities. If you wish to join, please go to this page and print the application form.
** PLEASE NOTE **
The Clan Wallace Society (Worldwide) is not affiliated in any way with any political organization or philosophy in the United States or elsewhere in the world.
We are not interested in espousing any political causes or positions and will not respond to requests for support either financial or otherwise. Please
don't include us in any literature or World Wide Web links that do not concern Scottish heritage, festivals and games.
Information on this page is courtesy of the Clan Wallace Society visit their web site for more information on the Clan Wallace. - A special thanks to Larry Slight for all his help. [an error occurred while processing this directive]