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  • Name of Tartan:
    Blaylock Hunting (Name)
  • ITI Number: 10385
  • Category: Name
  • Designer / Source: Smith, Dr. Phil
  • Date: 25th Nov. 2010
  • Slog: GNG:OTN
  • Colour Sequence: GNGTTNTKTNTO
  • Thread Count: Available to STA members only
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  • Notes: The Blaylock Hunting was designed by Dr Philip D Smith, Jr for the Joe Blaylock family of Sacramento, California, USA, and for the John Blaylock family of Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA. Its primary design element is the preservation of the motif of the Blaylock family tartan: several thin stripes, centered between wider prominent stripes, on a solid field. The Hunting uses Autumn colours to remind one of the hunting season, and would be particularly suitable for casual outdoor wear. This tartan is reminiscent of the rural life of early immigrants from Scotland, including Blaylocks who settled in the Carolinas and Virginia. Some branches of the Blaylock family then migrated into western Carolina, then to Georgia and eastern Tennessee, then later to Florida and west to Oklahoma. The Blaylock Hunting may be worn by anyone with the surname Blaylock or any variation of that name - Blalock, Blalack.
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