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Re: Carrolls of Rathkeale, Limerick
Posted by: Johnathan Clayborn (ID *****0287) Date: April 13, 2006 at 05:18:08
In Reply to: Re: Carrolls of Rathkeale, Limerick by Sharman Carroll of 9602

Unlike the Scottish Clans, there are actually very few Irish family tartans. Most people of Irish heritage wear the tartan of the county or province where their families lived.

Luckily the O'Carrolls are large enough/old enough to have thier own distinguished tartan. A picture of it can be found at:

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