Ancient Weathered Crest
Crest: A demi-piper all Proper, garbed in the proper tartan of the Clan MacLennan
Motto: Dum Spiro Spero (While I breathe I hope)
The Logan name is found to have been used by two distinct families, one in the Highlands and one in the Lowlands. Translated into Gaelic and back again the ‘Logans of the North’ became ‘Siol Ghilli’nnein’ which becomes MacClennan. These Northern Logans are said to have been the descendants of the Logans of Druimdeurfait, in Easter Ross. For certain the MacClennans expanded into great numbers in Kintail, in Ross-shire. Donald MacClennan was a famous warrior, important in the great feud between his Kintail and Glengarry in around 1600.