Gaelic Name: MacAonghais
Crest: A sinister arm from the shoulder bendways, attired in the close sleeve of the proper tartan of Clan Aonghais, cuff flashes yellow with three buttons Or, grasping a bow Vert, stringed Gules
Motto: Ghift Dhe Agus An Righ (By the grace of God and king)
Origin of Name:Gaelic, ‘Unique choice’
Lands: Morvern and Ardnamurchan
Clan Chief: None, armigerous clan
The Society only consider MacNeish and MacMaster as septs of Clan MacInnes.
Other names have been listed as septs but this is not proven, some of these are; Angus, Canch, Cansh, Caunce, Hance, MacAngus, MacAinish, MacAinsh, MacAneiss, MacAninch, MacAninsh, MacAnsh, MacAonghais, MacAonghuis, MacCainsh, and MacCance
MacInnes has been incorrectly shown in places as a sept of Clan MacFarlane, the MacFarlane Society do not list MacInnes, they do list MacEachern which is part of the “Siol Gilbride” that includes MacInnes. But MacInnes should not be listed as being a sept of MacFarlane.