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Scottish Tartans World Register: Livingstone 
Livingstone Clan Tartan  WR1003

Robert Bain's "The Clans and Tartans of Scotland" illustrates this sett. It is similar to the MacDonell of Keppoch. The small Highland clan of Livingston from the Isle of Lismore and Western Argyll originally bore a Gaelic name spelled in different ways - MacDunsleinhe, Mac-an-Leigh, or Maclea - and they were connected to the Stewarts of Appin. There is also an unconnected Lowland family deriving their name from the lands of Levingstoun.
The source of tartan 1003 was: Bain
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