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Let us not waste our time. McBain from Lochaber to Inverness in 1291 in the Highlands of Scotland descending from the Mormaers of Moray. McBain, Clan Chattan. A Clan with a great history and myth. Until now the truth was was hearsay. Lets talk about the Cheifs paternal shield and the McBain Y-DNA.
The Paternal Shield is McBain of McBains Shield he is the Chief. Here are a couple quotes of the Chief.
The Red Lyon- Connections to LORN. Our shield shows the Dalriadic Red
Lyon. The Dal Riad are the ruling Dynasty in Scotland. They are descendants of Ceneil Loarn (Loarn Mac Erc) a Descendant of Ui Neill.
Red Hand of Ulster- The second quarter of the McBain Paternal Arms
is the Red Hand of Ulster. This indicates that the MhicBheathain line claimed connection with the Ui Neill. This does not mean that Macbean/McBain had to be a branch of the families Od Neill or MacNeill as known today. But they did claim to be of the same parents stock. I couldnd t have said it better myself.
The Sword- I suggest reading this section from the chiefs book itself. Under the old Systom Macbean was evidently kin to LORN (the dynasty) in several lines. The LORN dynasty had a branch devoted to the keeping of the spirit of Saint Chattan. The First Mhicbeathain went with Eva the daughter of Dougal Dal chief of
Clan Chattan when she married The Mackintosh. Clan Chattan Claims descent from King Fercher The Long of LORN he died in 697 and he is the ancestor of the Royal House of Moray the sword represents Mhicbeathain as being the fine line related to EVA and the Mackintosh. Being excepted in the confederation of Clan Chattan and the CINEL LORN as Kindred and Royalty. The sword represents the fine line of the Celtic Royal connections. The Galley- The Galley is a particular Emblem of the Clan Chattan.
All McBains should be Direct Male Descendants of the first Chief Bean Macdhomhnuil Mor 1301. McBain Represents a direct male line from the old ruling dynasty Mormaers of Moray. The most famous is MacBeath. Chattan descends from Ferchar Fota died in 697 MacBeath descends from Fercher Fota. Ferchar is a descendant of Loarn Mac Eirc a descendant of Niall Noigiallach Ancestor of All the Ui Neill Dynasties. The Cheifs line is from Ontario Canada William McBain and Cahtrine Mackintosh. My line is from Ontario Canada Donald McBain and Rachel Mackintosh. Michael A. McBain is my Uncle.
Donald McBain married Rachel Mackintosh they had a son Donald McBain he married Ann Fraser they had a son Alexander McBain he married Emily McPhaul they had a son Allen McBain he married Mary McCliggott they had a son Alexander McBain he married Irene Kirwan they had a son Michael A. McBain he married
Barbara Cathey they had a son Michael A. McBain born in Detroit Michigan. These is his Y-DNA 37 Markers.
PANEL 1 (1-12)
Locus DYS# Alleles Locus
1 393 13 13
2 390 25 14 459a 9 27 GATA H4 11
3 19* 14 15 459b 10
4 391 11 16 455 11 28 YCA II a 19 17 454 11
5 385a 11 18 447 25 29 YCA II b 23
6 385b 13 19 437 15 20 448 18 30 456 17
7 426 12 21 449 30 31 607 17
8 388 12 22 464a** 15 32 576 18
9 439 12 23
10 389-1 13
11 392 14 24 464c** 16 35 CDY b 39 36 442 12
12 389-2 29 25 464d** 18 37 438 12
PANEL 2 (13-25)
DYS# 458 Alleles 16 Locus 26
PANEL 3 (26-37)
33 570 18
34 CDY a 38
DYS# 460 Alleles 11
*Also known as DYS 394 **On 5/19/2003, these values were adjusted down by 1 point because of a change in Lab nomenclature. ***A value of ³0´ for any marker indicates that the lab reported a null value or no result for this marker. All cases of this nature are retested multiple times by the lab to confirm their accuracy. Mutations causing null values are infrequent, but are passed on to offspring just like other mutations, so related male lineages such as a father and son would likely share any null values. ¤
From FTDNA a Message to Michael A. McBain
Niall Of The Nine Hostages Match, Your Y chromosome matches this profile!
A history using 37 marker DNA profile and the great histories written by Mackintosh and McBain of McBain according to the Paternal Arms of the Clan McBain work together to prove the stories you heard are not hearsay, fairytales or false claims. The Clan McBain and of the Royal Lines of Scotland and Ireland.