Pringle Armorial Bearings

 

PRINGLE (Hoppringle) of Torsonce (formerly - of that Ilk) Argent, on a bend, Sable, three escalops, Or.

PRINGLE (Hoppringle) of Torsonce (formerly – of that Ilk)
Argent, on a bend, Sable, three escalops, Or.

Arms of The Chief of the Clan Pringle of Torsonce

Arms of The Chief of the Clan Pringle of Torsonce

These are the personal arms of the last Clan Chief John Hoppringle of that Ilk and Torsonce, he died on 21st December 1737. There has been no chief since.

PRINGLE OF STICHILL Arms: Az. three escallops or. Crests: 1 An escallop or, 2 A saltire az. within a garland of bay-leaves ppr. Motto: Coronat fides (‘Faith crowns’). Creation: Bt. (NS) 5 Jan 1682/3.

PRINGLE OF STICHILL
Arms: Az. three escallops or.
Crests: 1 An escallop or, 2 A saltire az. within a garland of bay-leaves ppr.
Motto: Coronat fides (‘Faith crowns’).
Creation: Bt. (NS) 5 Jan 1682/3.

Pringle Heraldry recorded in Burkes     Burke's Peerage & Baronetage 106th Edition, Burke's Landed Gentry 19th Edition. Burke's Peerage & Gentry LLC. Copyright: 2002   PRINGLE OF STICHILL Arms: Az. three escallops or. Crests: 1 An escallop or, 2 A saltire az. within a garland of bay-leaves ppr. Motto: Coronat fides (‘Faith crowns’). Creation: Bt. (NS) 5 Jan 1682/3. PRINGLEofstichel     PRINGLE OF WHYTBANK Arms–(of Alexander William Pringle of Whytbank - matric LO 10 Oct 1984); Argent on a saltire engrailed Sable, five escallops or. Crest:–A heart gules winged or. Motto:–Sursum. Supporters:–Two Palmers proper PRINGLE of Whytbank Coat of Arms         The Encyclopedia of Heraldry, or General Armory, by John Burke, Esq. (1844)   Pringle (Stitchel House, co. Roxburgh, bart.) Arms- Az. three escallops or. Crests- A saltire within a garland of bay leaves, ppr.; and an escallop or. Supporters- Two greyhounds Motto- Coronat fides.   Pringle (London; created a Baronet 5 June, 1766). Arms- Az. three escallops ar. a mullet for diff. Crest- A saltire ar. within a chaplet vert. Motto- Coronat fides.   Pringle (Blackwater, Scotland) Arms- Ar. a bull’s head cabossed az. armed or.   Pringle (Blindlee, Scotland) Arms- Ar. on a bend az. three escallops or, a bordure of the second.   Pringle (Burnhouse, Scotland) Arms- The same as of Torsonce.   Pringle (Greenknow, Scotland) Arms- Az. three escallops within a bordure engr. or. Crest- An anchor within a garland of bay leaves ppr. Motto- Semper spero meliora.   Pringle (Torwoodlie, Scotland) Arms- Ar. on a saltire engr. az. five escallops of the first. Crest- A serpent nowed ppr. Motto- Nosce teipsum.   Pringle (Torsonce, Teviotdale) Arms- Ar. on a bend sa. three escallops or. Crest- An escallop or. Motto- Amicitia reddit honores.   Pringle (Whytbank, co Selkirk) Arms- Ar. on a saltire engr. sa. five escallops or. Crest- A man’s heart ppr. winged or. Motto- Sursum.   Pringle (Clifton, co. Roxburgh, and the Haining, co. Selkirk) Arms- Az. on a chev. ar. three escallops of the first. Crests- First, An escallop within two palm branches; second, a saltire ar. charged in the centre with an escallop az. Motto- Spero et progredior.         Burkes General Armory The general armory of England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales; comprising a registry of armorial bearings from the earliest to the present time (1884) by Sir Bernard Burke.   Pringle (Galashiels, co. Selkirk) Arms: Ar. On a saltire engr. sa. five escallops or.   Pringle (Whytbank and Yair, representative of Galashiels) Same Arms as Gala. Crest: A man’s heart ppr. winged or Supporters: Two pilgrims habited ppr. Motto: Sursum (Upwards)   Pringle (Torwoodlee, co. Selkirk) Arms: Ar. on a saltire engr. az. five escallops of the first. Crest: A serpent nowed ppr. Motto: Nosce teipsum (Know thyself) [Also the motto of Socrates]   Pringle (Clifton, co. Roxburgh) Arms: Az. on a chev. ar. three escallops of the field. Crest: An escallop within two branches of palm in orle ppr. Motto: Spero et progredior (I hope and proceed)   Pringle (Haining, co. Selkirk) Arms: Az. on a chev. erm. three escallops of the field. Crest: An escallop demi expanded, and therein a pearl ppr. Motto: Praemium Virtutis (The reward of virtue)   Pringle (Crichton) Arms: Az. on a chev. ar. three escallops of the field, in base a mullet or. Crest: A saltire ar. Motto: Spero et progredior (I hope and proceed)   Pringle (Stichill, co. Roxburgh, bart., 1683) Arms: Az. three escallops or. Crest: A saltire ar. within a garland of bay leaves ppr. Motto: Coronat fides (Faith Crowns All)   Pringle (Sir John Pringle, physician to George III, bart. extinct 1782) Arms: Az. three escallops ar. a mullet of the last in the fess point for diff. Crest & Motto: as Stichill   Pringle (Greenknowe) Arms: Az. three escallops or, a bordure engr. of the last. Crest: An anchor within a garland of bay leaves ppr. Motto: Semper Spero Meliora (I always hope for better things)   Pringle (Newhall, co. Selkirk) Arms: Az. a bezant betw. three escallops or. Crest: A saltire ar. within a garland of bay leaves ppr. Motto: Coronat fides (Faith Crowns All)   Pringle (Barnhouse - this is an error in Burkes, it should read Pringle of Burnhouse) Arms: Ar. on a bend sa. three escallops ar.   Pringle (Torsonce) [Clan Chief - Pringle of that ilk] Arms: Ar. on a bend sa. three escallops or. Crest: An escalop or. Motto: Amicitia reddit honores (Friendship Reflects Honors)   Pringle (Caledon, co. Tyrone; granted by Betham, Ulster, to John Pringle, Esq., of that place, Deputy Governor of cos. Armagh and Tyrone) Arms: Erm. on a bend sa. three escallops erminois. Crest: An escallop, as in the arms. Motto: Amicitia reddit honores (Friendship Reflects Honors)       A General and heraldic dictionary of the peerage and baronetage of the British Empire (1832), by John Burke Online here: [Vol. 1], [Vol. 2].   Pringle of Stitchel, Baronet Arms- Az. three escallops or. Crest- A saltier, within a garland of bay leaves ppr. Motto- Coronat fides. PS (2)     Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage  of the British Empire (1864) By Bernard Burke Pringle of Stichill, Bart. Arms: Az., three escallops, or. Crests: 1. An escallop, or. 2. A saltier, within a garland of bay-leaves, ppr. Motto: Coronat fides. ps3     Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage  of the British Empire (1869) By Bernard Burke   Page 918 Pringle of Stichill, Bart. (Creation - 5 July 1683) Arms: Az., three escallops, or. Crests: 1. An escallop, or. 2. A saltier, within a garland of bay-leaves, ppr. Motto: Coronat fides. Pringle, Bart         A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Extinct and Dormant Baronetcies of England, by John Burke. London, 1838.   Pringle of London Arms: Azure, three escalops argent, with a mullet for distinction.   Pringle of London         A genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry (Vol. III) of Great Britain & Ireland (1853), by Sir Bernard Burke   Pringle of Whytbank (Representing Pringle of Smailholm and Galashiels) Arms, &c - see Burke’s Illuminated Illustrations.   Pringle of Torwoodlee Arms- Arg., on a saltier engrailed az. five escallops arg. Crest- A serpent nowed proper. Motto- Nosce teipsum.   Pringle of Clifton Arms- Az., on chev., arg., three escallops, of the first. Crest- An escallop within two branches of palm, disposed in orle, proper. Motto- Spero et progredior   Pringle of Haining Arms- Az., on a chev., ermine, three escallops, of the first. Crest- An escallop, demi-expanded, and therein a pearl, all proper. Motto- Praemium virtutis.     A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland (1863), by Sir Bernard Burke     A genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland (1879), by Sir Bernard Burke Online here: [Vol. 1], [Vol. 2].   Pringle of Yair Arms- Arg., on a saltire engrailed sa. five escallops or. Crest- A man's heart ppr. Motto- Sursum Supporters- Two pilgrims habited ppr.   Pringle of Thorncliffe, Cheltenham (formerly of Broadmeadows, co. Selkirk and The Grove, Darleydale, co. Derby) Arms, &c. - Same as Pringle of Yair.   Pringle of Torwoodlee Arms- Arg., on a saltier engrailed az. five escallops arg. Crest- A serpent nowed ppr. Motto- Nosce teipsum.     A genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland (1894), by Sir Bernard Burke Pringle of Yair Arms- Arg., on a saltire engrailed sa. five escallops or. Crest- A man's heart ppr. Motto- Sursum Supporters- Two pilgrims habited ppr.   Pringle of Torwoodlee Arms- Arg., on a saltier engrailed az. five escallops arg. Crest- A serpent nowed ppr. Motto- Nosce te ipsum.

Pringle Heraldry recorded in Burkes
Burke’s Peerage & Baronetage 106th Edition, Burke’s Landed Gentry 19th Edition.
Burke’s Peerage & Gentry LLC. Copyright: 2002
PRINGLE OF STICHILL
Arms: Az. three escallops or.
Crests: 1 An escallop or, 2 A saltire az. within a garland of bay-leaves ppr.
Motto: Coronat fides (‘Faith crowns’).
Creation: Bt. (NS) 5 Jan 1682/3.
PRINGLEofstichel
PRINGLE OF WHYTBANK
Arms–(of Alexander William Pringle of Whytbank – matric LO 10 Oct 1984); Argent on a saltire engrailed Sable, five escallops or.
Crest:–A heart gules winged or.
Motto:–Sursum.
Supporters:–Two Palmers proper
PRINGLE of Whytbank Coat of Arms
The Encyclopedia of Heraldry, or General Armory,
by John Burke, Esq. (1844)
Pringle (Stitchel House, co. Roxburgh, bart.)
Arms- Az. three escallops or.
Crests- A saltire within a garland of bay leaves, ppr.; and an escallop or.
Supporters- Two greyhounds
Motto- Coronat fides.
Pringle (London; created a Baronet 5 June, 1766).
Arms- Az. three escallops ar. a mullet for diff.
Crest- A saltire ar. within a chaplet vert.
Motto- Coronat fides.
Pringle (Blackwater, Scotland)
Arms- Ar. a bull’s head cabossed az. armed or.
Pringle (Blindlee, Scotland)
Arms- Ar. on a bend az. three escallops or, a bordure of the second.
Pringle (Burnhouse, Scotland)
Arms- The same as of Torsonce.
Pringle (Greenknow, Scotland)
Arms- Az. three escallops within a bordure engr. or.
Crest- An anchor within a garland of bay leaves ppr.
Motto- Semper spero meliora.
Pringle (Torwoodlie, Scotland)
Arms- Ar. on a saltire engr. az. five escallops of the first.
Crest- A serpent nowed ppr.
Motto- Nosce teipsum.
Pringle (Torsonce, Teviotdale)
Arms- Ar. on a bend sa. three escallops or.
Crest- An escallop or.
Motto- Amicitia reddit honores.
Pringle (Whytbank, co Selkirk)
Arms- Ar. on a saltire engr. sa. five escallops or.
Crest- A man’s heart ppr. winged or.
Motto- Sursum.
Pringle (Clifton, co. Roxburgh, and the Haining, co. Selkirk)
Arms- Az. on a chev. ar. three escallops of the first.
Crests- First, An escallop within two palm branches; second, a saltire ar. charged in the centre with an escallop az.
Motto- Spero et progredior.
Burkes General Armory
The general armory of England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales;
comprising a registry of armorial bearings from the earliest to the present time (1884) by Sir Bernard Burke.
Pringle (Galashiels, co. Selkirk)
Arms: Ar. On a saltire engr. sa. five escallops or.
Pringle (Whytbank and Yair, representative of Galashiels)
Same Arms as Gala.
Crest: A man’s heart ppr. winged or
Supporters: Two pilgrims habited ppr.
Motto: Sursum (Upwards)
Pringle (Torwoodlee, co. Selkirk)
Arms: Ar. on a saltire engr. az. five escallops of the first.
Crest: A serpent nowed ppr.
Motto: Nosce teipsum (Know thyself) [Also the motto of Socrates]
Pringle (Clifton, co. Roxburgh)
Arms: Az. on a chev. ar. three escallops of the field.
Crest: An escallop within two branches of palm in orle ppr.
Motto: Spero et progredior (I hope and proceed)
Pringle (Haining, co. Selkirk)
Arms: Az. on a chev. erm. three escallops of the field.
Crest: An escallop demi expanded, and therein a pearl ppr.
Motto: Praemium Virtutis (The reward of virtue)
Pringle (Crichton)
Arms: Az. on a chev. ar. three escallops of the field, in base a mullet or.
Crest: A saltire ar.
Motto: Spero et progredior (I hope and proceed)
Pringle (Stichill, co. Roxburgh, bart., 1683)
Arms: Az. three escallops or.
Crest: A saltire ar. within a garland of bay leaves ppr.
Motto: Coronat fides (Faith Crowns All)
Pringle (Sir John Pringle, physician to George III, bart. extinct 1782)
Arms: Az. three escallops ar. a mullet of the last in the fess point for diff.
Crest & Motto: as Stichill
Pringle (Greenknowe)
Arms: Az. three escallops or, a bordure engr. of the last.
Crest: An anchor within a garland of bay leaves ppr.
Motto: Semper Spero Meliora (I always hope for better things)
Pringle (Newhall, co. Selkirk)
Arms: Az. a bezant betw. three escallops or.
Crest: A saltire ar. within a garland of bay leaves ppr.
Motto: Coronat fides (Faith Crowns All)
Pringle (Barnhouse – this is an error in Burkes, it should read Pringle of Burnhouse)
Arms: Ar. on a bend sa. three escallops ar.
Pringle (Torsonce) [Clan Chief – Pringle of that ilk]
Arms: Ar. on a bend sa. three escallops or.
Crest: An escalop or.
Motto: Amicitia reddit honores (Friendship Reflects Honors)
Pringle (Caledon, co. Tyrone; granted by Betham, Ulster, to John Pringle, Esq., of that place, Deputy Governor of cos. Armagh and Tyrone)
Arms: Erm. on a bend sa. three escallops erminois.
Crest: An escallop, as in the arms.
Motto: Amicitia reddit honores (Friendship Reflects Honors)
A General and heraldic dictionary of the peerage and baronetage
of the British Empire (1832), by John Burke
Online here: [Vol. 1], [Vol. 2].
Pringle of Stitchel, Baronet
Arms- Az. three escallops or.
Crest- A saltier, within a garland of bay leaves ppr.
Motto- Coronat fides.
PS (2)
Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage
of the British Empire (1864) By Bernard Burke
Pringle of Stichill, Bart.
Arms: Az., three escallops, or.
Crests:
1. An escallop, or.
2. A saltier, within a garland of bay-leaves, ppr.
Motto: Coronat fides.
ps3
Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage
of the British Empire (1869) By Bernard Burke
Page 918
Pringle of Stichill, Bart. (Creation – 5 July 1683)
Arms: Az., three escallops, or.
Crests:
1. An escallop, or.
2. A saltier, within a garland of bay-leaves, ppr.
Motto: Coronat fides.
Pringle, Bart
A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the
Extinct and Dormant Baronetcies of England,
by John Burke. London, 1838.
Pringle of London
Arms: Azure, three escalops argent, with a mullet for distinction.
Pringle of London
A genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry (Vol. III)
of Great Britain & Ireland (1853), by Sir Bernard Burke
Pringle of Whytbank (Representing Pringle of Smailholm and Galashiels)
Arms, &c – see Burke’s Illuminated Illustrations.
Pringle of Torwoodlee
Arms- Arg., on a saltier engrailed az. five escallops arg.
Crest- A serpent nowed proper.
Motto- Nosce teipsum.
Pringle of Clifton
Arms- Az., on chev., arg., three escallops, of the first.
Crest- An escallop within two branches of palm, disposed in orle, proper.
Motto- Spero et progredior
Pringle of Haining
Arms- Az., on a chev., ermine, three escallops, of the first.
Crest- An escallop, demi-expanded, and therein a pearl, all proper.
Motto- Praemium virtutis.
A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland (1863), by Sir Bernard Burke
A genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry
of Great Britain & Ireland (1879), by Sir Bernard Burke
Online here: [Vol. 1], [Vol. 2].
Pringle of Yair
Arms- Arg., on a saltire engrailed sa. five escallops or.
Crest- A man’s heart ppr.
Motto- Sursum
Supporters- Two pilgrims habited ppr.
Pringle of Thorncliffe, Cheltenham (formerly of Broadmeadows, co. Selkirk and The Grove, Darleydale, co. Derby)
Arms, &c. – Same as Pringle of Yair.
Pringle of Torwoodlee
Arms- Arg., on a saltier engrailed az. five escallops arg.
Crest- A serpent nowed ppr.
Motto- Nosce teipsum.
A genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland (1894), by Sir Bernard Burke
Pringle of Yair
Arms- Arg., on a saltire engrailed sa. five escallops or.
Crest- A man’s heart ppr.
Motto- Sursum
Supporters- Two pilgrims habited ppr.
Pringle of Torwoodlee
Arms- Arg., on a saltier engrailed az. five escallops arg.
Crest- A serpent nowed ppr.
Motto- Nosce te ipsum.

 

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