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Can we help you find your Clan, Society or Association?
What is this form for?
The Council of Scottish Clans and Associations provides this form as a free service to the general public. It is used to put you in touch with one or more of COSCA's member Clans, Societies and Associations.
Who does COSCA put you in contact with?
When you fill out and submit the information inquiry form, an e-mail request will be generated that will be automatically forwarded to the membership coordinator for the selected member clan and/or societies.
What should you expect in return?
The membership coordinator should respond to your inquiry either by directly replying to your e-mail or by sending you a membership information packet describing the clan or society in detail.
You should note that most clans and associations will require a membership in good standing before explicit genealogical or historical questions you may have will be answered.
Obviously, COSCA can not guarantee that member clans, societies and associations will respond in a timely manner. (Please see COSCA's privacy statement for more detail.) If you have submitted an inquiry in the past and have not received a response, try submitting the inquiry again. If this inquiry also fails, please let the COSCA Secretary know.
How do I find my Clan?
For information on how to find your clan, society or association, please visit COSCA's Sept list web page.
For information on why there are so many variations of a given name, please visit COSCA's why names change web page.
The Information Inquiry Form
Please complete one form per clan, society or association.
This page has been prepared by the Council of Scottish Clans and Associations, Inc.. It was last updated February 18, 2001.