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Scottish Tartans World Register: Graham of Montrose 
Graham of Montrose Clan Tartan  WR1044



This sett was woven by Wilson's of Bannockburn around 1819. Wilson called it the No. 64 or 'Abercrombie' pattern, and produced it in various colours. In yellow it becomes the Breadalbane and in red, the MacCallum. The white striped Graham tartan is also known as MacLaggan. It is worn unofficially by 205 (sc) General Hospital RAMCV. There is a sample dating from 1815, labelled 'Graham', in the Cockburn Collection. It was first published in the Smith's book of 1850. See also Montrose, Menteith.
The source of tartan 1044 was: Cockburn Collection.
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