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Tartan Details - Fogarty (Tipperary)

The information held within The Scottish Register of Tartans for the "Fogarty (Tipperary)" tartan is shown below. 

Reference: 10180
Designer: USA Kilts
Tartan date: 27/02/2010
Registration date: 22 March 2010
Category: Name
Restrictions: Yes. This tartan is available, with written permission from Brian Fogarty, to all Fogartys (descendants of O'Fogartaigh regardless of spelling), officials of the township of Thurles, Ireland and officials of County Tipperary, Ireland. Contact information: Brian M Fogarty, email: [email protected]



Registration notes: Blue and gold are the primary colours of the Fogarty crest. They also signify the tie between the Fogarty Clan and County Tipperary whose crest has the same colours. The green and brown are a link to the Tara tartan, with Tara representing the ancient kings of Ireland and Fogarty representing the ancient kings of Ely. The green and brown also represent the fertile landscape of Eliogarty which will link the tartan to the wheat sheaf on the family crest. The red, white and black accents are found in both the Tara and Tipperary County Crest tartans: the red represents the blood of Fogartys shed in battle, not only in ancient Ireland but for those who have served as warriors throughout history. This links to the heraldic lions on the family crest representing the great warriors and chiefs who have carried the name Fogarty into battle. The white represents the white crescent found on the family crest representing hope of glory. This tartan is available, with written permission from Brian Fogarty, to all Fogartys (descendants of O'Fogartaigh regardless of spelling), officials of the township of Thurles, Ireland and officials of County Tipperary, Ireland. Contact information: Brian M Fogarty, email:[email protected]
Woven Sample: A woven sample of this tartan has been received by the Scottish Register of Tartans for permanent preservation in the National Records of Scotland.
Registrant details: Mr William C. Roeger III, USA Kilts 3389 Schuylkill Rd, Spring City, Pa, United States, 19475
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