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Euan Michael Duncan

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 5th February 2012. Registration No. 0221 (Vol.2).

Arms: Gules a chevronel Or in chief two cinquefoils and in base a dragon’s head couped holding between its teeth a sword in bend sinister hilt upward Argent hilt Or pommel Argent. A crescent for difference.

Crest: On waves of the sea Argent a lymphad proper under sail Or flagged Gules the sail charged with a clarion Gules. A crescent for difference.

Motto: Savour the Moment

Grant: John A. Duncan of Sketraw, The Court of the Lord Lyon, 14th December 2007. Register, volume 88, folio 7.

The Arms of Euan Michael Duncan

Duncan is one of the oldest names in Scotland dating back to the early Celtic Scots infiltration of Scotland from Ireland c500AD and the creation of the Kingdom of Dalriada in South West Scotland.  One of the first early records of the name was King Dunchad (Duncan) mac Conaing who co-ruled Dalriada with Conall II (c650 – 654AD). Other early accounts of the name are Dunchad (Duncan) the 11th Abbot of Iona c707 – 717AD; King Duncan I (c1034 – 1040AD); Duncan II (1093- 1094AD) and Donnchad in the 11c. Celtic Book of Deer. 

The first known record of a Duncan armiger was Duncane, Hague Roll 1592. Argent, a chevron Sable between two stars Gules and a hunting-horn Sable, stringed Gules.

Euan Michael Duncan is the second son of John A. Duncan of Sketraw and uses a crescent for differencing.

Gavin George Duncan of Sketraw, ygr. (See entry 0068) uses the arms of his father debruised with a three point label to signify he is the eldest son of John Alexander Duncan of Sketraw (See entry No 0067)

 
 

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