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There are many fascinating stories to be told about our Clan. We would love to publish your stories to all our Clan members, supporters and friends.


If you have an ancestor story from Scotland, or can write about what your family members did when they arrived in Australia, you can share it via the website. We are particularly interested in stories about MacGillivray women, who traditionally changed their name when getting married. 



How to Submit


Please fill out the form below to submit your family story.


You may submit by either typing your story in the box, OR attaching a word or pdf document. There is also an option to attach up to two images to your submission. 


Please supply captions for all images. If you use information from other authors or pictures outside your own collection, please acknowledge the source. 


It is your responsibility to gain permission to use information or images from other sources.





Flora McGillivray

Flora McGillivray (1877 – 1947)


Flora was born in Broadlands in 1877, daughter of Alexander McGillivray and Margaret Scouller. She was definitely in Western Australia in 1902 and 1903 and probably for longer. She had one child in Perth who only lived for a month. Flora married Wiliam Ralph when she was 39 in Sydney, NSW. They had no children.  Flora died in Smithfield, NSW in 1947.  She was sixty-nine years old and was buried at the Baptist cemetery there.


Image and caption: Lynda Collier

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