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Scottish Tartans World Register: Stewart of Appin 
Stewart of Appin Clan Tartan  WR839

The Stewarts of Appin fueded relentlessly with the Campbells, and they were supported in these pursuits and other military activities by some of the Clan MacColl, whose tartan is very similar. The Stewarts of Ardshiel, a branch of the Appin Clan, have a certified tartan of their own dating back to the 1820's, which has elements of the Appin design. Stewarts of Appin are descended from Dugald, the son of Sir John Stewart of Lorne who was murdered in 1463. Dugald established the Appin branch of the family.
The source of tartan 839 was: W & A K Johnston 1906
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