South Island Moonshine

Mary McRae sailed for New Zealand on the emigrant ship "Hydaspes" in 1872. Recently widowed, she took with her her four

South Island Moonshine2020-04-21T15:51:16+10:00

Macraes/McRaes and Bushrangers

Content by: Alan K. McRae John MacRae licensee of the Sir Colin Campbell Inn. As President of the Clan

Macraes/McRaes and Bushrangers2020-04-21T15:47:33+10:00

Macrae’s Pait Blend Whiskey

Just around 1840, the time when William Rutherford was setting up his cellars in Niddry Street, Edinburgh (see Rutherford and the

Macrae’s Pait Blend Whiskey2020-04-21T15:38:43+10:00

MacRae Surname in Scotland

Content by: Ian McRae From the 14th century on, the Lowlanders were mostly speakers of Scots (an English dialect) and the

MacRae Surname in Scotland2020-04-21T15:27:48+10:00

In Flanders Field Poem & History

IN FLANDERS FIELD In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row That mark our place; and in

In Flanders Field Poem & History2020-05-08T09:07:41+10:00

Gordon Russell McRae

Content by: Alan K. McRae This photo was taken in either 1944 or 1945 during World War II when Gordon McRae

Gordon Russell McRae2020-04-21T15:02:38+10:00