Maclean Armorial

Many Macleans have been granted arms throughout the centuries. The arms of the House of Duart were well established before the Lyon Register, on which the Lord Lyon records all Scotland’s coats of arms, was created in 1672. Unlike other European arms, Scottish arms are granted to individuals rather than families, and are heritable property. It is common for inherited arms to be re-matriculated into the Lyon Register every few generations. Although this armorial is incomplete, it represents known Maclean armigers.

Sir Lachlan Hector Charles Maclean of Duart & Morvern, Bt, CVO, DL, 8th Lord Maclean
Lorne Gillean Iain Maclaine of Lochbuie, Feudal Baron of Moy
Maj-General John Hector Norman Maclean of Coll
Robin Michael Maclean of Ardgour
Very Rev’d Canon Allan Maclean of Dochgarroch
Neil Maclean of Ross
Neil Maclean of Lehire
Andrew Bruce Maclean of Tiree
General Kaïd Sir Harry Aubrey de Vere Maclean of Drimnin, KCMG
Charles James Maclean, Esq. of Plantation
Neil Maclean of Drimnacross

Baron Rutger Maclean of Sweden, Friherre of Duart
Sir Fitzroy Hew Royle Maclean of Duncunnel, KT, CBE
Rev’d Arthur John Macleane
Colonel John Robert Howard-Maclean, Esq, VD,JP
Alexander Campbell MacLean,
of Haremere Hall, Sussex
Sir Donald Maclean, KCBE
John Sandford Fleming Maclean, Jr
Engraving from Silver Tray at Haremere Hall, Sussex, 1808
presumed to be the arms of Alexandar C. Maclean