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From: Edward Andrews <>
Subject: Re: McClintock
Date: Sun, 07 Feb 1999 00:58:24 +0000
> The McClintock arms given, then, are as follows:
> ARMS (U.O. confirmed 1915) - Per pale gu and az a chevron erm between
> three escallops that in the dexter chief or, that in the sinister chief
> arg and that in the base per pale of the fourth and last.
> Crest - A lion passant arg.
> Motto - Virtute et labore
1st and 4th arg.' on a bend sa.' three chess rooks erm. BURNBURY.
2nd and 3rd per pale, gu and az; a chevron erm between three escallops
Crests 1st 2 swords in saltire arg., hilted gold, pierced through a
leopard's face or. BURNBURY.
2nd a lion passant, ppr McCLINTOCK
Supporters Dexter a lion, and sinister a leopard, both ppr., each gorged
with a collar erm, and each charged on the shoulder with an escallop
Mottoes Vis unita fortior, BURNBURY. Virtute et labore McCLINTOCK.
Branch of old scottish family Purchased Rathdonnell estate 1597.
B created for John McC an MP in 1868. s nephew Thomas Kayne
Hope that this helps
St Nicholas Buccleuch Parish Church Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland
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