Gaelic: Clann Mhic Leòid
a Highland Scottish clan mostly associated with the isle of Skye. With earliest historical records mentioning Leod, son of Olaf the Black of Norway, marrying the heiress of MacRaild in 1220.
Leod had several sons. Tormod, the eldest, inherited Dunvegan and Harris, becoming Chief of these lands and adopting the name MacLeod of Dunvegan (“Siol Tormod”). Torquil, Leod's second son, (“Siol Torquil”) inherited Lewis and Raasay, and in due course came into possession of Assynt, Cogeach and Gareloch on the mainland.
MacLeod, Representative of David MacLeod Textiles
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What the world Knows about their Company:
The highly successful Textile business, named after its patron “David Macleod Textiles” has been steadily growing in popularity across Scotland in the past few years, with whispers speaking about how the owners wish to expand further, perhaps overseas.
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