MacGillivray Modern

"A characteristic Clan Chattan tartan...", writes D.C.Stewart, with much in common with the setts of the neighbouring clans in Strathnairn and Morvern. Wilson produced this sett with a black stripe in the centre of the red square. The chiefship of Clan MacGillivray is vacant and the 'Steward' of clan affairs, appointed by Lord Lyon, is Commander Colonel George Brown MacGillivray. J.Logan The Scottish Gael 1831.