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  • Name of Tartan:
    Lock in Northumberland (Name)
  • ITI Number: 10445
  • Category: Name
  • Designer / Source: Lock, Ben
  • Date: 23rd June 2011
  • Notes: This tartan uses claret and blue to represent the West Ham district of London (recalling the strip of the local football club) in honour of the family's origins. There are small sections of black and white to recall the Northumberland tartan as the family has relocated to Longhoughton and has subsequently become involved in the affairs of this ancient county. The scarlet in the design recalls the Lock blood that binds the family together. The family are happy for others with the family name Lock to wear this tartan if they wish.
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