confido badge House of Boyd name graphic
Hereditary Chief of Clan
Dr Robin Boyd, MA (Oxon); MB BS; LRCP, MRCS; DCH; AFOM, 8th Baron Kilmarnock

President: Lauren Boyd McLachlan, FSA Scot

Ceud Mile Failte!
A Hundred Thousand Welcomes!

The House of Boyd Society was founded at the Stone Mountain Highland Games in Georgia, USA, on October 15, 1988. It was incorporated as a non-profit corporation in 1999 in the State of Delaware. The 'Confido' emblem, which is part of the Boyd family coat-of-arms, is designated as the official seal of the society.

The Society assists members with their genealogical research of the Boyd family and maintains a genealogical database of the Boyd family lines of its members. It promotes and sponsors state, regional, national and international gatherings of the Boyd family. It promotes and perpetuates Scottish heritage, customs and traditions. Membership is open to those researching Boyd genealogy and those interested in Scottish heritage.

House of Boyd to be present at the 
700th Anniversary Celebration 
of the
Battle of Bannockburn
Bannockburn, Scotland
June 28, 29, 30 2014

This is a special event that draws us home to Scotland.  The Battle of Bannockburn is one of Scotland's most famous battles.  Robert Boyd was one of Robert the Bruce's Commanders in this battle.  We have been invited to hold a pitch in the clan village over this momentous weekend.  

Mike Boyd, our Clan Historian, will be traveling from Australia to host our pitch.  We need others to step forward to assist at the tent over these three days.  Please contact any of the Executive Board members to volunteer to help us pull this together.
Please plan on joining us!  Come be a part of History!

More information on the celebration will be found on the event's site

Annual General Meeting 2014 to be held 

in Livonia Michigan 

August 3 & 4, 2014

Our 2014 Annual General Meeting and Gathering of the Clan will be held in conjunction with the  St. Andrew's Society of Detroit 's 164th Annual Highland Games.  These games are the oldest continuous games in North America, founded in 1849.  Please plan on joining us!
See the link A.G.M. for more information.

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House of Boyd Tee Shirts are available for purchase.  

These are made expressly for House of Boyd and exclusively available through the Society.  We generally have a supply on hand at the various Scottish Games venues where we have a tent. However, it is possible to order them from us no matter where in the world you may live.  Shipping via US postal mail is included in the prices quoted below.  Should you require special shipping/handling/insurance/outside USA or customs fees, there will be additional charges.

Send your order to  All checks payable in United States Dollars to House of Boyd Society, never to any individual.  Please await response to your request prior to sending any funds.

The following items are currently in stock: (inventory notes to be updated.) Order being placed soon.  Please let us know what you are seeking.

Black is the color available.  We have a couple of shirts in green -- testing to see how well they are received.

 Ladies spaghetti strap    

  XL (3)

 $15.00 US each

Ladies Vee Tee 

 out of stock

 $20.00 US each

 Men's Short Sleeve Tee

  L (),  3XL (1)

 $20.00 US each

 Long Sleeve Tee 

 M ( ),  L( ), XL ( ) 

 $25.00 US each

Men's Short Sleeve Polo


$30.00 US each

House of Boyd has Boyd Tartan Ties available for purchase 
Cost is 
$25 which includes shipping.  They make a lovely gift! See ordering information with tee shirt information below.

2013 AGM:

was held in conjunction with the Greenville, South Carolina Games.  Memorial Day Weekend May 24-25th, 2013.   VP Dave Boyd, SC Convenor  hosted.

See the link A.G.M. for more information.

The Boyds had connections with many families - Gifford, Montgomery, Maxwell, Stewart, Colville, Somerville, Napier, Colquhoun, Campbell, Stockdale, Wallace, Kerr, Hamilton, Fleming, Craik, Cunningham, Ross, Livingston, Lockhart, Blair, Kennedy, Muir, Crawford, Reid and Hay. 

Alistair Ivor Gilbert Boyd
Lord Kilmarnock
27 May 1927