Inverness-shire is the home of the MacIntoshes. The MacIntosh chiefs were Captains of the Clan Chattan Confederation of Clans. They were powerful and influential in Highland affairs, and their lands stretched from Petty to Lochaber. They engaged in clan feuds and fought at the Battle of Mulroy, the last clan battle against the MacDonnells. During the Jacobite Rising of 1715 the clan were "out" under Brigadier MacIntosh of Borlum. During the 1745 Rising the chief was in Loudonas Highlanders, but the clan fought in support of the Jacobites. Anne Farquharson, wife of the chief, was instrumental in saving Prince Charlieas life when an attempt was made to capture him. The "Rout of Moy" was planned by her. Badge Fir Club Moss.
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