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Highland Roots has been offering personal family history research from the beautiful city of Inverness, the capital of the Scottish Highlands, for over twenty five years. In that time its founder, historian and genealogist Graeme Mackenzie, has acquired an unrivalled understanding of Highland genealogy.

Graeme's work as a clan historian and organiser of gatherings - for MacKenzies and MacMillans in particular - has also given him a unique insight into the Highland Clans, past and present, which he  is frequently asked to lecture about around the world.  He's also taken the lead in recent years in the creation of the Association of Highland Clans and Societies [AHCS] which he chairs. 

You can access some of the knowledge Graeme has acquired over the years on this website, and much more can be found in his book Genealogy in the Gaidhealtachd: Clan & Family History in the Highlands of Scotland (click the title for details, picture, and reviews).

2017 EVENTS:
April 26, 7.30pm: Talk to HFHS Society in Inverness, Scotland.

30 July-11Aug: On tour with HRAT for Clan MacMillan in Galloway, Knapdale & Ulster. 

Oct. 20, 2.00pm: Presentation at 
Stone Mountain Highland Games, Atlanta, GA, USA.

Oct. 28, 1-4pm: Seminar for 
Suncoast Genealogy Society, Palm Harbor, Florida, USA.

2016, April:
Publication of 
Clan MacMillan: A New History.

2015, Sept: Publication of Cabarfeidh's Cousins.

2015, July: Publication of Highland Clan & Family Histories. Details here

2014, Feb - Mar: Lecture Tour of N.Z. & Australia Details here.

Highland Roots Research, 24 Rangemore Road, Inverness, IV3 5EA, Scotland. Tel: +44 (0)790-176-4329.