Susan Teresa Duncan of
Sketraw nee Fulford, uses the arms of her husband John A Duncan of Sketraw (See entry No.0067)
in an oval as a courtesy.
Gavin George Duncan of Sketraw, ygr.
(See entry No.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
Euan Michael Duncan
is the second son of John A. Duncan of Sketraw and uses a crescent
(See entry No.0221)
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)
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
first known record of a Duncan armiger was Duncane, Hague Roll 1592.
chevron Sable between two stars Gules and a hunting-horn Sable,