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Scottish Tartans World Register: Perry Pirrie 
Perry/Pirrie  1212



A modern family tartan designed in 1981 for Dr J.R. Perry, Alberta, Canada. The name is most common in Aberdeen and Banffshire, although for many generations there have been several families of this name in and around the Wigtonshire area of Galloway. Various spellings include Pirrie, Pere, and Pire. A version existed with the pivot Black thread count at 130 as opposed to here at 150. This was called Perry Ancient
The source of tartan 1212 was: Dgn. Ross Henderson, Stirling
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