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Pringle Heraldry recorded in Burkes General Armory
 
 
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) - This is actually the English Pingle family, who are not related to the Pringles!
Arms- Ar. a bull’s head [actually a Bucks head in manuscripts in the Lyon office] 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)
 
 
 

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