The Clan MacGregor is a Scottish clan associated with the region of Perthshire. The clan takes its name from Griogair, meaning “gregarious” in Gaelic. The MacGregors were known for their fierce independence and resilience. A notable figure of the clan is Rob Roy MacGregor, who lived during the 17th and 18th centuries. Rob Roy was a renowned Scottish folk hero, known for his skills as a cattleman, outlaw, and warrior. He became a symbol of resistance against oppression and played a significant role in the Jacobite uprisings. Rob Roy’s exploits and his enduring legacy as a charismatic and courageous figure have made him a notable figure in Clan MacGregor’s history.