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Connell Tartan

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Gaelic: Conall
Badge: Boar's head, framed by two wings
The Connell name comes from Ireland and is found in Scotland with various spellings: Connal, Connell, Connel, Connall, including MacConnell.

It may also come from the Irish Saint Camgall (c.510-c..600) or from Conall Cernach a legendary Celtic warrior.

Clan Donald claim all variations of the name as one of their septs.  The tartan is in the Provost MacBean Collection c.1890 now in the Inveness Museum

Choose from one of the Connell Tartans listed below

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