Hierarchical Structure of Clan MacLeod Society Web sites
The Clan MacLeod USA web site (www.clanmacleodusa.org)
is part of a system of web sites, which is organized the way the Clan
MacLeod Society worldwide is structured.
The Clan is today composed of nine National Societies ( Australia, Canada,
England, France, Germany, New Zealand, Scotland, South Africa and USA) the
combined origination is called the Associated Clan MacLeod
Societies (ACMS). There are about 4000 members world wide, the
largest Society is in the USA, with about 1700 members.
Several national Societies have there own web server and web editor
(Scotland, South Africa, Germany and USA) the rest are sub-directories on
the ACMS web site
www.clanmacleod.org. The worldwide Clan (ACMS) also has a Genealogical
www.macleodgenealogy.org. The information in this site is a database
supplied by Clan members who have researched their roots. The data base is
used to help others in their research. Currently, there are over 24,000
records (over 350 family groups). The USA Clan is divided into 13 regions.
regions have their own web sites (Great Lakes, Missouri Valley, Northeast,
Pacific and South Central).
The following diagram shows how the USA site fits into the
hierarchical structure of the system of Clan MacLeod web sites. Following
the diagram is a listing of the web sites and the web address.
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