Search By Surname: mccullough
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Do remember that there may be many different ways of spelling your name; the most common difference with Scottish names being Mc or Mac. If you've tried 'Mc' and it hasn't worked, then try 'Mac'. If that still doesn't produce anything then enter some of the different spellings of your name that you've come across.
If there's still no result... don't despair. If you think there's Scottish blood in the family then look back into the family history as far as you can, at all the surnames to which you are genetically connected. You may then find one that has a clan - and therefore a tartan - connection. If you end up with a choice, then simply pick the one you like best.
If that process still produces nothing, then you can fall back on a District tartan. Whilst District tartans are suggested for some names, it's not possible to allocate them all or to know what area your relatives may have come from. If you can identify that area of Scotland most associated with your family, then check to see if there's a relevant District tartan.
If even that proves unsuccessful, then you can always wear one of what we call 'Universal Tartans' that have no specific clan or district connections and are therefore suitable for anyone to wear, whether or not they're Scottish.
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