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Scottish Tartans World Register: Merrilees, Meg 
Merrilees, Meg   WR1602

Probably a design from the first quarter of the nineteenth century found in the merchant books of Wilson's of Bannockburn. It is an example of an early trade design which was first published in the 1840s. It is used by those with the surname Merrilees for want of anything else but Meg Merrilees was a gipsy lady character out of one of Sir Walter Scott's novels..
The source of tartan 1602 was: Wilson's & Sons of Bannnockburn
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