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  • Name of Tartan:
    Pollock (Name)
  • Alternative Name: Pollack, Cineal Pollag
  • ITI Number: 867
  • Category: Name
  • Designer / Source: Dalgliesh, D C
  • Date: 1980
Pollock (Name)
  • Notes: Based on the Maxwell sett (white line replaces green) which in turn comes from the Vestiarium Scoticum (1842). Details of the Clan Society's design came from Rhys A Pollock in America. J.C. Thomson of Arlington is thought to have had a large hand in the design. Pollocks were feudal dependents of the Maxwells who lived in the Scottish Lowlands. Based on Maxwell hunting -- with white line replacing green. See also: Maxton. Samples in STA Dalgety Collection. Lochcarron swatch in archives.
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