Crest: A lion’s head erased gules, gorged with a collar argent, charged with three crescents of the first
Motto: Virtue Et Opera (Virtue and Work)
Clan Chief: None, armigerous clan
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The surname Pentland was taken from an ancient, but suppressed parish of the same name in Midlothian.
Around 1298-1299, Adam of Pentland was a monk at Holyrood, and in 1304, or 1305, Ralph de Penteland was sent to Montrose, in Angus, to arrest a vessel.
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