Surnames/tags: Scottish_Clans Dunlop
Welcome to Clan Dunlop
Though not a registered clan, and considered by some to be a sept of the Cunninghams, the Dunlop families have operated with all the accoutrements of a functional Clan.
|Clan Dunlop Team|
|Team Members||William Dunlap, Lynden Raber Castle Rodriguez|
- Clan Chief: James Stuart Wallace Dunlop, 30th of that Ilk and Current Chief of the Name :Crest:
- Slogan/War Cry:
- Historic Seat:
- Plant badge:
- Pipe music:
- Gaelic name:
The focus of this team's work is to identify, improve and maintain profiles associated with the Lairds and Chiefs of Clan Dunlop together with members bearing the name Dunlop, the related families and those recognised as septs of Clan Dunlop
Team To Do List
This list will be developed by the Team. If you are working on a specific task, please list it here:
- promoting the entries of those bearing the name Dunlop on Wikitree.
- ensuring entries appearing on Wikitree are as accurate as possible, correcting mistakes once spotted.
- encouraging interest in and study of Clan Dunlop.
Other Names Associated with the Clan
- "Dunlap, Dunlapp, Dunlape, Dunlopp, Dunlope, Dunloup, Downlop, Dalape, Delap, DeLap, Delappe, Dulop, Dulap, Dulape, Dullope, Donlop, Donlap, Dounlap, Dunlip, Dewlap" are all recorded variations of today's Dunlop.
The Dunlop families have operated economically and militarily in concert with the Cunninghams, Hamitons, and Browns of the Cunningham district.
Clan Research and Free Space Pages
Image Credits and Acknowledgements
The information below should be reviewed and incorporated into the Team Page sections and/or moved to additional Team Pages.
- Clan Dunlop Tartan:
- Slogan: Merito = Deservedly
- Region: Scotland, United Kingdom
- District: East Ayrshire, Scotland
- Dunlop is a village and parish in East Ayrshire, Scotland. It lies on the A735, north-east of Stewarton, seven miles from Kilmarnock. The road runs on to Lugton and the B706 enters the village from Beith and Burnhouse.
- Scottish Music, Myths & Legends:
- Gaelic Name: Dunlop (/dʌnˈlɒp/; Scots: Dunlap, Scottish Gaelic: Dùn Lùib)
- Plant Badge: Not knowing much about my Scotts-Irish heritage, I was curious about what a "plant badge" was. What i discovered was that a "plant badge" is a "clan badge," often looking like the emblems pictured above. And for the rest I rely on my favorite source: Wikipedia!
- "A clan badge, sometimes called a plant badge, is a badge or emblem, usually a sprig of a specific plant, that is used to identify a member of a particular Scottish clan. They are usually worn in a bonnet, behind the Scottish crest badge, or attached at the shoulder of a lady's tartan sash. According to popular lore clan badges were used by Scottish clans as a means of identification in battle. An authentic example of plants being used in this way (though not by a clan) were the sprigs of oats used by troops under the command of Montrose during the sack of Aberdeen. Similar items are known to have been used by military forces in Scotland, like paper, or the "White Cockade" (a bunch of white ribbon) of the Jacobites.
- Septs: pending, if applicable
- ↑ http://www.celticstudio.com/celticstudio/database/clans/mottos.htm
- ↑ Dunlop of East Ayrshire at Wikipedia
- ↑ https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clan_badge.