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Kennedy Hunting Tartan Sample


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The Kennedy clan settled in Carrick, Ayrshire (then called Dalriada) from Ireland. Lead by Gilbert, his son became the 1st Earl of Carrick in the 12th century. The name translated from Gaelic means ugly-headed or grim-headed. The Irish Kennedy’s history can be traced to 900 AD. THe Irish Kennedy’s and the Scottish Kennedy clan are not thought to be directly related.

The Kennedy Hunting tartan is predominantly green with fine accents of blue yellow and red.

Crest: Dolphin
Gaelic Name: MacUalraig, Ceannaideach
Motto: Avise la fin (Consider the end)
Badge: Oak
Lands: Carrick, Ayrshire, Lochaber and Skye
Origin of Name: Gaelic ceannaideach (Ugly head)
Clan Chief: The Most Hon. The Marquess of Ailsa


Materials: All of our carpets are 80% British Wool and 20% Nylon. Woven 8 row Axminster with a heavy commercial quality.

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