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  • Joan Snowdon

    Lance Corporal piper Garnet Wolseley Fyfe, KIA 1 July 1916. The Northumberland Fusiliers (Tyneside Scottish Brigade) wore the Northumberland plaid, or 'Shepherd's tartan' to lead his pals into battle at the Somme.

  • Connie Durand

    Garnet Fyfe was killed leading the Tyneside Scottish over the top. 20/237 Lance Corporal Piper, Garnet Wolsley FYFE was killed on July 1st as he piped into No Mans Land.

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Garnet Fyfe was killed leading the Tyneside Scottish over the top

Scottish Piper. I LOVE the bagpipes!

The word kilt comes from the Scots word kilt, meaning to tuck up the clothes around the body. The Scots word derives from the Old Norse kjalta, from Norse settlers who wore a similar, non-tartan pleated garment. #Kilts #Irish #StPattysDay

baby.. I just want you to have a coat like this and a horrible hat also and some terrible wellies lol

Royal Regiment of Fusiliers piper wearing the Northumberland tartan

Young piper from Maybole Pipe Band playing at Brodick Highland Games, Isle of Arran. The tartan on his Piper's Plaid is Red MacPherson

If you've got Scottish roots, or you're a self-proclaimed Scot-o-phile, then today's the day to celebrate! April 6 is the 15th-annual National Tartan Day, when the over 11 million people of Scottish and Irish heritage within the United States are celebrated for their contributions to the country. This date was chosen to commemorate the signing of the Declaration of Arbroath on April 6 in 1320, which asserted Scotland's sovereignty over English territorial claims.

SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS (Ross-Shire Buffs) the first battalion was raised in 1778 by the Earl of Seaforth and known as SEAFORTH'S HIGHLANDERS and later as 72ND HIGHLANDERS. The second battalion was raised in 1793. Both were united in 1881 under present title. The Feather Bonnet has a white hackle. The facings are buff. The Glengarry has rosette and red, white, and blue dicing. The tartan is Mackenzie.

Bollocks to the info presented here....the kilt has been worn for millennia not since the 16th century....Hmmm thats interesting ....and to add to that tartan cloth has been found in ancient egyptian tombs....add to that that an ancient egyptian princess named Scota lent her name to the land that now calls itself Scotland...Fact.

Vintage Tartan Map I have this exact map...or rather it is at Isabelle's Scottish House!!!!!

Piper in field. I have no idea why this guy is marching through a field (maybe he's getting some last minute practice in before an event), but I really love the image. Very nice use of depth of field.