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  • Name of Tartan:
    Baluch Regiment (Military)
  • Alternative Name: Fitzgerald, Baluchi, Baluchistan
  • ITI Number: 3969
  • Category: Indian Military
  • Designer / Source: Unknown
  • Date: pre 1993
Baluch Regiment (Military)
  • Notes: It's not known which came first - Baluch tartan or Fitzgerald tartan. If tradition held sway it was probably an early Commanding officer called Fitzgerald who had the Regiment (variously called Baluchi or Baluchistan) adopt his tartan. Needs more research. This is the old threadcount, a threadcount taken from a sample returned to Harry Lindley in 1993 by a Terence Rochford of the Baluch Officers' Dining Club' is shown at # 6046 (no longer in d/base!). Dec. 2009. Don Brown/Tom Sinclair Scrapbook has graphic of this tartan with a note saying it was named after the Colonel - mystery solved!
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