Unlike the more widely known Scottish Highland clan names, Dalziel is a lowland Scottish name,
Pronounciation is "dee-ell" with the emphasis on the second syllable.
There are a number of variants of the spelling, for example, Dalzell, Dalziell, Dalyell.
The Dalziel coat-of-arms despicts an outline male figure, a most unusual feature in heraldic symbols.
The Dalziel tartan is based on TS969 the Logan.
The parish of Dalziel in what is now Motherwell was once in the industrial heartland of Scotland,
The local football team, Motherwell FC
Fir Park Football Ground, Motherwell
The area still has evidence of the Dalziel legacy :-
The town has a small shopping mall, soon to be redeveloped.
The town has a number of parks, the most famous being Strathclyde County Park,
The town is administered by North Lanarkshire Council
Click HERE for Dalziel.com, the Dalziel Family web site.
Click HERE for Dalzell Family Association of North America.