The Clan MacGill, also spelled Clan MacGillivray, is a Scottish clan associated with the region of Inverness-shire. The clan takes its name from the Gaelic MacGillebhrath, meaning “son of the servant of judgment.” The MacGills were known for their martial skills and loyalty to the chief. A notable figure of the clan is Lachlan MacGill, who lived during the 17th century. Lachlan was a renowned warrior and leader, known for his bravery and strategic abilities. He played a significant role in defending the interests of the clan and served as a trusted advisor to the chief. Lachlan’s military prowess and unwavering loyalty have made him a notable figure in Clan MacGill’s history.