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MACKELLAR (MODERN)

Alison Stewart of the Scottish Tartans Information Centre [Scottish Tartans Society] in July 1964 notes that this sett was first found in the lists of Johnston & Ross about 1930, and that the white and yellow lines were incorporated to mark the fact that the clan was a sept of Clan Campbell. An un-named sample is preserved in the Scottish Tartans Society MacGregor-Hastie Collection. DC Stewart suggested that this might have been the version worn by the Scottish tenor Kenneth MacKellar who was very popular in the 1960s and 70s.

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