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  • Name of Tartan:
    Cornish Pascoe (Name)
  • ITI Number: 10189
  • Category: Name
  • Designer / Source: Brown, Nessa
  • Date: 9th March 2010
  • Slog: WKN:WKY
  • Colour Sequence: WKNNNNNNNNYKYTYKW
  • Thread Count: Available to STA members only
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Cornish Pascoe (Name)
  • Notes: Designed by Nessa Brown in memory of her grandmother. It is available for all Pascoes of Cornwall and descendents of this name to wear. The name Pascoe is believed to be taken from the Cornish 'Pask' meaning 'of and therefore it may also be used by those born around this time. Colours: it is a tartan of two crosses with the St Pirans in black and white and the larger cross in yellow to symbolise Easter; the yellow is also for the Easter flowers and the two shades of grey for the granite seen all over Cornwall, against which the cross shines out of the darkness. Requested restrictions on wearing/use Potential users are asked to respect the tartan's intended use for the Pascoe family, their descendants and people from/in Cornwall.
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