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Armstrong, of Gallen Priory, King's County (UK Baronet, 1841)
Creation: let.pat. 18 Sep 1841
Family name: Armstrong
Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Argent issuing from the sinister a Dexter Arm embowed habited Gules the hand grasping the Trunk of an Oak Tree eradicated and broken at the top proper (Armstrong); 2nd and 3rd, Argent two Ravens hanging palewise Sable suspended from an Arrow Gules headed and feathered proper piercing both their heads fesswise (Murdoch)
1st: An Arm in Armour embowed the hand grasping the Broken Trunk of an Oak Tree all proper (Armstrong); 2nd: A Raven rising Sable pierced through the breast by an Arrow as in the Arms (Murdoch)
Invictus maneo (Unconquered I remain)
Sir Andrew Armstrong, 1st Bt.
19 Oct 1785
27 Jan 1863
Rev Sir Edmund Frederick Armstrong, 2nd Bt.
27 May 1836
24 Apr 1899
Capt Sir Andrew Harvey Armstrong, 3rd Bt.
23 May 1866
3 Jun 1922
Sir Nesbitt William Armstrong, 4th Bt.
3 Jul 1875
21 Sep 1953
Sir Andrew St Clare Armstrong, 5th Bt.
20 Dec 1912
Sir Andrew Clarence Frank Mark Armstrong, 6th Bt.
1 May 1907
21 Dec 1997
Lt Col Sir Christopher John Edmund Stuart Armstrong, 7th Bt., MBE
15 Jan 1940
1972 Georgina Elizabeth Carey Lewis, 2nd dau. of Lt Col W G Lewis, of Hayling Island, co. Hampshire
1. Charles Andrew Armstrong (b. 21 Feb 1973)
2. James Hugo Armstrong (b. 1974)
3. Sam Edward Armstrong (b. 1986)
1. Victoria Jane Armstrong (b. 1980)
First written 27 Aug 2006
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