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MACGILL (MODERN)

The family tartan, which originated with the MacGills of Jura, was in use before 1745 but when tartan was proscribed the sett seemed to have been lost until a piece was discovered in Kintyre and placed in the Museum of Antiquities (now incorporated into the National Museum of Scotland in Chambers St., Edinburgh). The current version, which first appeared in 1930, is known as the MacGill Society tartan.

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