The Drummond clan, also known as Clan Drummond, is a Scottish clan with roots in the region of Perthshire. The Drummonds emerged as a prominent family in the Middle Ages and played significant roles in Scottish history.
One notable family member is Sir Malcolm Drummond, who rose to prominence in the 14th century. He served as the royal treasurer to King David II of Scotland and was involved in various diplomatic and military affairs. Sir Malcolm Drummond’s influence and loyalty to the Scottish crown earned him considerable power and prestige.
The Drummonds later acquired the title of Earl of Perth and became trusted advisors to the Scottish monarchs. They held positions of authority and were involved in national politics.