Late Breaking News!
I am having a new McCullough Tartan designed and
registered in Scotland. Stay tuned for further details, now back to
when we didn't have a tartan of our own.
Isn't there a tartan for the McCullough Clan?
Unless someone has created one for their own family,
there is no one tartan in common use that is associated with McCulloughs to
go with the well-known MacCulloch badge. The badge has the hand throwing
a dart "proper" with the motto "Vi et Animo", By Strength and Courage
. There are a number of other clans that McCulloughs have been associated
with that do have tartans. I have listed these below with links to
some of their tartans so that you can see what they look like. The
major links are to Clan MacDougall, Clan Ross, and Clan Munro. There
are lesser links to Clan Gunn (through the surname McCullie) and Clan MacDonald
of Sleat. There are some older listings that show a McCullough tartan
(such as the book "Tartan for Me"). These listings are referring to
the MacDonald of Sleat tartan and do not represent a separate McCullough
tartan. McCulloughs are also associated with the Galloway District
in Scotland. Galloway is also the location of the MacDowell branch
of Clan MacDougall. In addition, there are many McCulloughs that are
from Ireland, primarily from the County Antrim and County Down areas of Ulster.
So really, we have a greater selection of family tartans than some clan that
has only one or two tartans! Enjoy!
Galloway District Ancient
Ross Hunting Modern
Ross Hunting Ancient
Ross Hunting Muted
Black Watch Modern (Sorry,
this is pretty dark)
MacDonald of Sleat
(I don't have a picture of this yet)