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  • Name of Tartan:
    Michie, Andrew (Personal)
  • ITI Number: 10379
  • Category: Personal
  • Designer / Source: Mitchie, Danielle
  • Date: 5th Feb. 2011
  • Notes: This tartan has been designed to celebrate the Scottish heritage of the Australian descendants of Andrew Michie. Andrew Michie was born on 7th April 1790 in Markinch in Fife and had three sons: Andrew, William and James. James Michie (born 11/7/1826 in Markinch) emigrated to Australia and settled in Bendemeer, in the Northern tablelands of New South Wales. He chose this area of Australia because it is similar to Scotland in appearance. He became a timber logger and died at Bendemeer on 8/5/1898. Colours: Magenta, symbolising Scotland and the width of this colour symbolises the many generations of Michies born in Scotland; Ross Green symbolising the green hills of Bendemeer, NSW, Australia; Black symbolising hard work and sacrifice; Pastel Blue symbolising travel to distant lands and the blue skies of Australia; Old Green symbolising the town of Markinch in Fife, Scotland. Michie, Danielle This tartan is to be worn by the descendants of Andrew Michie, who was born 7/4/1790 in Markinch, Fife, Scotland.
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