Christie Tartan & Clan

The name Christie in Scotland is thought to derive from the Norse word 'Trusty' meaning swordsman. Christies are traditionally associated with the Clan Farquharson. The Christie Modern tartan is predominantly red, black, white and yellow. Spelling variations of the distinguished name Christie are Criste, Cristie, Cristy, Christey, Christie, Christy, Chrystie, Chrysty.

Clan Christie Crest & Motto

Christie

"Sic Viresco"

Thus I flouris
OTHER NAMES WHO WEAR THE Christie TARTAN:

WHAT DOES THE Christie NAME MEAN?
The name Christie in Scotland is thought to derive from the Norse word 'Trusty' meaning swordsman.

WHERE DOES THE Christie CLAN HAIL FROM?
Christie is a sept of Clan Farquharson, a Highland Scottish clan from Aberdeenshire

The Christy family first appears in the records of Edinburghshire where they were recorded as an ancient Edinburghshire family before the year 1100. The most ancient Christy family Coat of Arms was recorded between the 12th and 15th centuries. The notable Christy family is shown in the ancient manuscripts and cartularies as tracing their ancestry to Pictish origin.