Clan MacMillan Pacific Branch is a 501 C(3) Non-Profit Organization

Pacific Branch Officers

President

Ron Mullins

Vice President

Judy Young

Treasurer

Tony Cooper

Secretary

Michelle Mullins

Membership

Judy Young

Ambassador

J. Connall Bell’

Immediate Past President

Ralph “Mac” McMillan

Newsletter Editors

Judy Young & Michelle Mullins

Webmaster

Ron Mullins

Plant Badge:  Holly

Well before badges and tartan identified a Highland clansman's affiliation, the plant badge was the only identifying emblem, this affixed to the bonnet. For Clan MacMillan this badge is holly. Other clans sharing the holly badge are Drummond, MacInnes, MacLean and Matheson, this being coincidental and not connoting any other relationship with Clan MacMillan.
Clan MacMillan Pacific Branch has set up an scholarship to honor the memory of Jane MacMillan, the late wife of Chief George MacMillan.  The scholarship is open to all current members, their children and grandchildren for the purpose of post High School education.

Clan motto: "Miseris Succurrere

Disco"

Clan MacMillan's motto is Miseris Succurrere Disco (Latin for "I learn to succour the distressed"). It derives from The Aeneid by Virgil in which the Carthagian queen Dido says"Non ignara mali, miseris succurrere disco". This translates as "Not myself being unacquainted with difficulty, I learn to succour the distressed". Who first employed it in this context and when is not known. The earliest record of it being applied in reference to the Clan is the signet ring of Rev. John McMillan of Balmaghie (c.1699 - 1753). It accompanies the coat of arms matriculated in 1742.

Clan MacMillan Septs

Baxter Bell Blue Brown Walker
Clan MacMillan Pacific Branch
Clan MacMillan Pacific Branch is a 501 C(3) Non-Profit Organization
Clan MacMillan Pacific Branch

Pacific Branch Officers

President

Ron Mullins

Vice President

Judy Young

Treasurer

Tony Cooper

Secretary

Michelle Mullins

Membership

Judy Young

Ambassador

J. Connall Bell’

Immediate Past President

Ralph “Mac” McMillan

Newsletter Editors

Judy Young & Michelle Mullins

Webmaster

Ron Mullins

Plant Badge:  Holly

Well before badges and tartan identified a Highland clansman's affiliation, the plant badge was the only identifying emblem, this affixed to the bonnet. For Clan MacMillan this badge is holly. Other clans sharing the holly badge are Drummond, MacInnes, MacLean and Matheson, this being coincidental and not connoting any other relationship with Clan MacMillan.
Clan MacMillan Pacific Branch has set up an scholarship to honor the memory of Jane MacMillan, the late wife of Chief George MacMillan.  The scholarship is open to all current members, their children and grandchildren for the purpose of post High School education.

Clan motto: "Miseris Succurrere Disco"

Clan MacMillan's motto is Miseris Succurrere Disco (Latin for "I learn to succour the distressed"). It derives from The Aeneid by Virgil in which the Carthagian queen Dido says"Non ignara mali, miseris succurrere disco". This translates as "Not myself being unacquainted with difficulty, I learn to succour the distressed". Who first employed it in this context and when is not known. The earliest record of it being applied in reference to the Clan is the signet ring of Rev. John McMillan of Balmaghie (c.1699 - 1753). It accompanies the coat of arms matriculated in 1742.

Clan MacMillan Septs

Baxter Bell Blue Brown Walker

Jane MacMillan Memorial Scholarship

Clan MacMillan Pacific Branch