Click here to view: McMicking Pewter Clan Crest
Click here to view the McMicking Coat of Arms
Click here to see the McMicking tie Kirk had made.
Click here to see Mac/McMicking: kilt pin, spoon, tie tack, charm with 'Res Non Verba' motto.
Click here to see the 'Res Non Verba' clan ring in Sterling Silver. Contact Kirk for ordering information.
Click here to view the MacMicking Blazer Crest. Contact Kirk if you want one.
Click here to view the McMickin (a variant of McMicking) Coat of Arms
Click here to view the McMicking Coat of Arms from Burke's Landed Gentry
Click here to view the McMicking text excerpt from the 1863 Edition of Burke's Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry
Click here to view: McMicking Embroidered Clan Crest
Click here to view: McMicking "Res Non Verba" Clan Crest
Click here to view: A map of South West Scotland showing Ayrshire & Galloway. Many of the places noted on the McMicking Home page (see below) are shown on this map. Of particular interest are the town of Barrhill on the main road in a southwesterly direction from Girvan, opposite the isle of Ailsa Craig, down towards Newton Stewart. Barrhill is the location of the McMicking estates of Killantringan (12,000 acres) and Miltonise (7,000 acres). The river Duish can be seen near Barrhill. The "Rhinns of Galloway" is the isthmus in the lower left hand corner of the map. Kirkcolm can be seen in the northern part near Loch Ryan, the large inlet above Stranraer
Click here to view: A City of Victoria British Columbia map (Canada) showing McMicking Point
Click here to view: McMicking Insulator
Click here to view a review of the Overlanders Book, the opening up of Western Canada by Thomas McMicking of Queenston, Ontario in the 1800's
Click here to view the cover of the Overlanders Book by Joanne Leduc published by U.B.C. Press
Bailey Clan Crest Badge
Click to view: Clan McMicking, a brief History
Clan McMicking Home Page: This page lists all currently known spellings and variants of Mc/MacMicking