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Infographic The Origin of the Sporran | Infographics Creator

The Sporran, which is Scottish Gaelic for "purse," is a traditional component of the male Scottish Highland Dress. In this infographic, we take a look at the origin of the sporran as well as look at a few different styles that are available today.

Clan Crests. My heritage is Anderson, Boyd And Stewart (Bonnie)

Saved for the Kerr family study and Robertson family.Mine is the Lawrence family, a sept of the MacLaren Clan

Grant -print from a little-known book called Clanlands, written & illustrated by William Stewart in 1928 for the London Midland & Scottish Railway Company (LMSR). Stewart's choice of clan subjects corresponds with some of the routes routes operated by the LMSR.

Grant -print from a little-known book called Clanlands, written & illustrated by William Stewart in 1928 for the London Midland & Scottish Railway Company (LMSR). Stewart's choice of clan subjects corresponds with some of the routes routes operated by the LMSR.

From Walter Scott’s Black & White Tartan Design to Famous Scottish Clans Tartans Card Set

From Walter Scott’s Black & White Tartan Design to Famous Scottish Clans Tartans Card Set. love the orang-y colors for fall tables.

Scottish Clan Tartans - Glenfiddich Card set - Scott is on bottom right.

From Walter Scott's Black & White Tartan Design to Famous Scottish Clans Chief Card Set

Clan Lands map. Haggart Family would fall under the MacNab Clan, which is in central Scotland (literally central from north/south & east/west). It is below the Cambell Clan that is near the western coast.:

Clan Lands map, Clan Grant is next to Gordon, by the 'gulf' of the map. There are also Caln Grants in pockets near Aberdeen

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In my Scottish House we would of course have a map of the Clans so we could trace where our ancestors came from.Scottish clan map from Scotland's history

A Galloway Gallóglach - who were principally members of the Wild Galloway Scots/Irish (The mainland Irish called them 'Gall Gael' "Foreign Gaels") and also they came from the west coast clans of Scotland between the mid 13th century and late 16th century. As Scots, they were Gaels who shared a common background and language with the Irish, intermarrying en masse till they Scots Irish Gallóglaigh ( Gal-ogely, plural) became one feared military mercenary force both here and on the continent...

A Galloway Gallóglach - who were principally members of the Wild Galloway Scots/Irish (The mainland Irish called them 'Gall Gael' "Foreign Gaels") and also they came from the west coast clans of Scotland between the mid 13th century and late 16th century. As Scots, they were Gaels who shared a common background and language with the Irish, intermarrying en masse till they Scots Irish Gallóglaigh ( Gal-ogely, plural) became one feared military mercenary force both here and on the continent...

MACLAREN CLAN Clan Chief: Donald MacLaren of MacLaren and Achleskine. Origin of Name: Gaelic, Mac Labhrainn (Son of Laurence) Gaelic Name: Mac Labhrainn Clan Crest: A crowned lion’s head, between two branches of laurel. Clan Motto: Creag-an-Tuirc (The boar's rock) Lands: Perthshire

MACLAREN CLAN Clan Chief: Donald MacLaren of MacLaren and Achleskine. Origin of Name: Gaelic, Mac Labhrainn (Son of Laurence) Gaelic Name: Mac Labhrainn Clan Crest: A crowned lion’s head, between two branches of laurel. Clan Motto: Creag-an-Tuirc (The boar's rock) Lands: Perthshire

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