|Lachlan Maclean, 3rd Laird of Torloisk||Father:
Hector Maclean, 2nd Laird of Torloisk
Lachlan Og Maclean, 1st Laird of Torloisk
Sir Lachlan Mor Maclean
Marian Campbell of Achnabreck
Sir Duncan Campbell of Achnabreck
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“Do not remove the ancient landmark that your ancestors set up.”
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“Tradition! We scarcely know the word anymore. We are afraid to be either proud of our ancestors or ashamed of them. We scorn nobility in name and in fact. We cling to a bourgeois mediocrity which would make it appear we are all Americans, made in the image and likeness of George Washington.”
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