2. 6. Post 1860 chemical dyes replaced the natural animal and vegetable dyes and the Modern Tartans were born with their stronger and bolder colours.  [from French: "Fortune passes over everywhere"]. Births of the surname in 1890 (by province): Leinster 21, Munster 33, Connacht 37, Ulster 16. , Motto: VIRTUTE PROMOREO["By virtue I prevail"], Seat: Ruchlaw estate (see Stenton), East Lothian, Motto: IN CRUCE SALUS ["Salvation from the cross"], Motto: IN PROMPTU.
The Black Watch or Gunn tartans are examples of these, whereas a tartan such as the Fraser is predominantly red and would not provide much cover for men out hunting. , Motto: SI DEUS QUIS CONTRA.  Scottish crest badges have only been worn by clan members on the bonnet since the 19th century. RootsWeb is funded and supported by , Motto: PRO PATRIA. Badge: common heath. territory crossed the Shannon into Offaly.   Badge: bell heather, Motto: VINCERE VEL MORI. , Motto: DISSIPATE. Badge: boxwood or red whortleberry, Motto: REVIRESCO. , Motto: JE PENSE. There are to date over twenty five thousand Scottish tartans registered, nowhere near that number can be claimed by the Irish. [from Latin: "I would have perished had I not persisted"].
, Motto: BYDAND["abiding, steadfast", an adjectival use of the Middle Scots present participle of bide or from Latin: "Remaining"].  [from Latin: "To conquer or die"]. , Motto: SALUS PER CHRISTUM [from Latin: Salvation through Christ], Motto: LOYAL AU MORT.
 [from Latin: "I will never forget"]. In 1432 the Barony of Otter was granted to Sween MacEwen by James I, with the remainder to the heir of Duncan Campbell of Loch Aure. The Mottoes are: "Christo duce vincamus." Badge: little sunflower, Motto: DIEU POUR NOUS. , Motto: VIL GOD I SAL. his memory is to be seen in the ancient Cathedral of Clonfert. , Motto: PATIOR UT POTIAR ["I suffer that I may obtain"], Motto: VIRECIT VULNERE VIRTUS. , Seat: Elsick House, Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Motto: PROMPTUS ET FIDELIS ["Ready and faithful"], Motto: TOUCH NOT THE CATT BOT A GLOVE. )- A falcon, wings expanded argent membered or, holding in the dexter
, Motto: SERVA JUGUM.  [from Latin: "I trust"]. Early History of the Sneddon family. Click For Details. Most common in counties: Galway, Cork, Dublin, Antrim. Badge: Red whortelberry, Motto: TOUCH NOT THE CAT BUT A GLOVE. Tartan Centre. lord of the area for centuries. Before 1860 fabrics were coloured using animal and vegetable dyes. Irishmen, their Lives and Times; and is given assuming some of the lands
Jun 13, 2013 - Madden Irish Septs COA On Irish National Tartan Background  [from Scottish Gaelic: "The boar's rock"].