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Scottish Tartans World Register: Campbell of Loudoun 
Campbell of Loudoun Clan Tartan  WR3

The rarest of the Campbell tartans, Loudoun is nevertheless, acknowledged by the MacCailein Mor, Chief of the Clan Campbell. It is similar to the Campbell of Argyll except for a different arrangement of black 'tramlines' on the blue stripe. The tartan may have its origin in the formation of 'Loudouns Highlanders' raised at the time of the '45 and disbanded in 1748 though a similar claim is made for another sett. The weavers, Wilson's of Bannockburn, produced many variations of the Black Watch for the Highland Regiments.
The source of tartan 3 was: Grant
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