The Darroch clan, also known as Clan Darroch, is a Scottish clan with a history that can be traced back to the western Highlands of Scotland. The surname Darroch is derived from the Gaelic word “dath riabhach,” meaning “grayish tint.”
The Darrochs were a Highland clan and had connections to the lands of Galloway and Argyll. They were known for their warrior heritage and were active participants in the clan conflicts and regional battles that characterized Scottish history.
While specific notable clan members may be scarce, the Darroch clan as a whole played an important role in the social and military fabric of the Scottish Highlands. They were loyal to their chiefs and maintained close ties with neighboring clans.