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Tartan Details - Redgate in Connecticut (Ulster-Scots)

The information held within The Scottish Register of Tartans for the "Redgate in Connecticut (Ulster-Scots)" tartan is shown below. 

Reference: 10810
Designer: Redgate, Patrick M
Tartan date: 22/03/2013
Registration date: 5 April 2013
Category: Name
Registration notes: This tartan is based on the Redgate (Connecticut) tartan (STR #10775). According to the Ulster Historical Foundation and Ulster-Scots Agency, the Redgate surname migrated to Ulster from Scotland between 1606 and 1641. Blue represents the Scottish ancestry; brown represents Boernician ties to Scotland; red represents their connection to Ulster; green represents their link to Ireland; black represents the Irish potato famine; and white represents future Redgate generations. Anyone with the same name is welcome to wear this tartan.
Woven Sample: A woven sample of this tartan has been received by the Scottish Register of Tartans for permanent preservation in the National Records of Scotland.
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