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Burns Tartan

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Old English: Burna
A tree over a shepherds crook and stock horn
Motto: Better a wee bush than nae bield (shelter)
The Burns tartan can be used by all with the name which is fairly common throughout Scotland.

Early records show a Bernes in the parish of Glenbervie before 1329 but after that other references show the name present all over Scotland. The tartan is found in a collection of coloured tartan strips of James MacKinlay created in the 1920s and 1930s

Choose from one of the Burns Tartans listed below

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