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  • Name of Tartan:
    Batten of Argyll (Name)
  • Alternative Name: Baddenach
  • ITI Number: 5768
  • Category: Name
  • Designer / Source: Batten, Pipe Major Tim Lewis
  • Date: 2003
Batten of Argyll (Name)
  • Notes: The Baddenach family originally emigrated from Argyll, Scotland to Jamestown, Virginia. This can be worn by all of the name or its anglicised variants (Batton, Battin, Badden etc). It is also to serve as the official tartan for the St Andrews Legion/St Andrews Legion Pipes & Drums headquartered in Richmond Virginia, whose founder is the designer of this tartan. It may also serve as a tartan for anyone having Scottish ancestors who settled in the Virginia Colony.
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