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  • Name of Tartan:
    Graham of Menteith (Clan)
  • Alternative Name: Cobourg. Wilsons No. 150. Graham of Stirling.
  • ITI Number: 698
  • Category: Clan/Family
  • Designer / Source: Unknown
  • Date: 1831
Graham of Menteith (Clan)
  • Notes: First appeared in the 1819 as 'Cobourg'. STS notes: "Logan describes the broad blue stripe as 'smalt', in his book, 'The Scottish Gael' published in 1831. Smibert also records this sett in 1850. However, in the text for McIan's Costume of the Clans (1845-47), Logan admits that this sett's antiquity is questionable. Menteith is the name given to the western branch of the Graham family. The Menteith District tartan is similar but the azure stripe is white. (See also Montrose, Menteith.)" Woven sample.
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