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Tartan Details - Ch. Supt. Everett and Mrs Julene Summerfield Dress

The information held within The Scottish Register of Tartans for the "Ch. Supt. Everett and Mrs Julene Summerfield Dress" tartan is shown below. 

Reference: 10850
Designer: Summerfield, Annette
Tartan date: 17/04/2013
Registration date: 26 June 2013
Category: Name
Restrictions: Yes. This tartan is intended for the sole use of Everett and Julene Summerfield and their immediate family.
The use of this tartan is controlled by MacIsaac Kiltmakers and/or members of the Summerfield family and written permission should be sought before weaving.

Registration notes: This tartan has been designed to commemorate Everett and Julene Summerfield's life-long commitment to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and to demonstrate their pride in their name. Blue represents the many waters and skies which the family has known; red recalls the red serge of the RCMP and the Canadian flag; green represents family links with Cape Breton Island; yellow is a reminder of the wheat fields in Alberta and Saskatchewan; black and white are reminders of good and bad times as well as representing the strength and loyalty of the family.
Registrant details: Mr Mac And Rosemary Macisaac, 9210 Pepperell Street Po Box 364, St. Peters, Nova Scotia, Canada, B0E 3B0
[email protected]
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