Our Society's Purpose
It is our mission to bring the diasporic Clan Baird back together as a unified family, to support Scotland and Scottish culture, educate others about Scottish life, preserve and restore Clan Baird artifacts and sites in Scotland, protect all things Scottish, as well as encourage others to do the same.
Join Clan Baird Society Today
You will learn about the history and heritage of Clan Baird; trace your genealogy with your cousins around the world; connect with other members in the Clan Baird Community; and join with members in events, tours and gatherings. Membership dues are used to fund our Baird tents at festivals all over the world, and to produce and publish the Gryphon Newsletter (which is one of the best in the Scottish Clan world), as well as support the wider Scottish Clan Associations through advertising in their publications. Our individual membership dues have not changed in price since 1986.
You do not have to join any Society to be a part of Clan Baird,
you are a member of Clan Baird by birth or loyalty.
Membership in the Society helps us all get back to our roots and Scotland, and gives you many opportunities to be a part of the incorporated charities and official Scottish Clan Associations around the world.
This is a recording of the Baird's of Auchmedden March, written by Bert Richardson of the Moffat Pipe Band and played by June Nelson of Edinburgh, his last student. We hope you enjoy listening.
A video of our Commander Richard Baird of Rickarton, Ury, and Lochwood, placing a wreath on the Baird tombs at St. Drostans' on the old Auchmedden Estate. The COVID rules observed service on Remembrance Day was planned by Corinne and Phil Cox (Phil is a Beard) and the Clan Baird Scotland piper, Adam Cadmarteri. We appreciate Richard, Corinne, Phil, and Adam all taking part in the service honoring the WW I and WW II war dead as well as all the Bairds buried at the Kirk.