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Renwick Tartan

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This name is derived from Renwick in Cumberland, old Ravenswic, on the east side of the River Eden.  

James Renwick, the Convenanter, was the last man executed for religious principles, in Scotland (1688).  Variations of Renwick in the form of Runnick, Rinnick, and Rennick are also recorded in Scotland.  

In view of the origin of the name it is strange that little if any mention is to be found in English reference books.  Main areas where this name has generally been found are Dumfriesshire and Lanarkshire.  

The tartan resembles the Clergy tartan in design but not colour.  Details of the sett were obtained through a sample in Canada, but little is known of the origin.

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