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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) (Foulis, co. Ross, N.S., bart., 1634). Or, an eagle’s head erased gu. Crest—An eagle perching ppr. Supporters—Two eagles, wings expanded ppr. Motto—Dread God.
2) (Gun-Munro, of Poyntzfield, co. Cromarty). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or, an eagle’s head erased gu. beaked and langued az., for Munro; 2nd, ar. a three-masted ship in the sea ppr. flagged gu. on a chief of the last three legs in armour conjoined at the thigh and flexed in triangle ppr. betw. two mullets or, for Gun; 3rd, barry of eight or and gu., for Poyntz. Crest—An eagle rising ppr. Motto—Dread God.
3) (Major-Gen. Sir Hector Munro, installed Knight of the Bath, 19 May, 1779, d. 1806). Or, an eagle’s head erased gu. Crest—An eagle close ppr., motto over it, Dread God. Supporters—Dexter, a tiger ppr. murally gorged and chained or; sinister, an eagle ppr. murally gorged or.
4) (Sir Thomas Munro, Bart., 1823). Or, an eagle’s head erased gu. encircled by a branch of laurel on the dexter and of oak on the sinister side, on a chief ar. the representation of an Indian hill-fort, and beneath, in letters of gold, the word “Badamy,” on a canton gu. a representation of a silver medal presented by the E. I. Co. to the first baronet for his services in Seringapatam in 1799. Crest—An eagle close ppr. having a representation of the medal above mentioned pendent from its neck by a ribbon, the dexter claw resting on an escutcheon gu. charged with a representation of the first, of Badamy, as in the arms, and in the beak a sprig of laurel.
5) Or, an eagle’s head erased gu. murally crowned ar. Crest—On a mural coronet ar. an eagle dose or.

Origin, Meaning, Family History and Munro Coat of Arms and Family Crest

Meaning, Origin, Etymology

The surname Munro was first used by descendants of a Clan of people that came from a group of people called ‘Pictish’ of ancient Scotland.  The ‘Picts’ were a people who could be found in Northern Scotland and was a group of tribal units that allied together against common enemies.  They were not a single tribe but instead a group of tribes that are thought to have originally came from Scandinavia together. There is no written record of their history and what is known of them were from writers that were Roman and Scottish later in history, and the pictures that they left behind.  They were first mentioned in written history in the year 297 by the Roman writer Eumenius and he referred to them as ‘Picti’ (the painted ones).

It is also a geographical surname for someone who lived near the mouth of the river Roe in the Irish County of Derry and they settled in Ferrindonald in Cromarty in the 11th century and they are descended from Donald O’Kane and his Irish Sept, they were said to be mercenary soldiers that were granted lands in the Mountains of Ross by a grateful King after they assisted him in defeating Viking invaders. Their origin is from the Siol O’Cain, an ancient Pictish tribe descended from Anselan O’Cain in North Moray.   In some cases in Ireland Munro / Munroe has come to replace the surname Mulroy.

Spelling Variations

MUNROE, MUNROW, MUNROSE, MONRO, MONROE

Popularity & Geographic Distribution

The last name Munro ranks 8,138th in popularity worldwide as of the 2014 Census and approximately 66,603  people carry the Munro surname worldwide. The name ranks particularly high in the following six states:California, Michigan, New York, Florida, Washington, Texas.   It ranks highest in the following countries: England (approx. 11,600), Australia (approx. 10,300), Canada (approx. 9,800), United States (8,900), South Africa (approx. 8,400), Scotland (approx. 7,900)

Early Bearers of Surname

  • Andrew Monroe (d. 1668), one of the Scots prisoners taken at battle of Preston, 1648, and shipped to the colonies
  • George de Monro of Foulis witnessed a grant of lands in Badenoch, 1338
  • James Monroe, fifth president of the United States, promoter of the Monroe doctrine (1823)
  • Joh. de Munro, dominus de Foulis, witnessed a charter of the lands of Usuy in the earldom of Ross, 1463
  • Robert de Monro had a charter from Robert I of Counetis in Strathspey and of the lands of Cupermakcultis
  • Robert de Monro is the first assured chief by charter evidence, 1341-72

History, Genealogy & Ancestry

MUNRO OF TEANINICH.

Munro, Stuart Caradoc, Esq. of Teaninich, County Ross, born 20 May 1826; succeeded his father in the the estate of Teaninich.

Lineage~ The family of Munro of Fowlis, of which the Munros of Teaninich are a branch, is among the most ancient and distinguished in the north of England.  Their bravery is evidenced by two chiefs of the clan having been killed at Bannockburn, one at Holmedown Hill, and another on Pinkie Field. The direct ancestor of the present representative of the Teaninich branch, Hugh Munro, Esq., married Elizabeth daughter of Alexander Fraser, Esq., Baillic of Inverness, and had three sons, Hugh his heir; Alexander died at Lisbon; and Andrew who went to Bombay.  The eldest, Hugh Munro, Esq. of Teaninich, married Catherine daughter of William Duff, Provost of Inverness, and by her had (with three daughters, Catherine married Thomas Warrand, Esq. of Warrandfield, County Inverness; Bethia, and Alexina, both died young) four sons, 1) Hugh, Captain 78th Regiment died 1816 2) Mordo, of Dundonald, who assumed the surname of Mackenzie on succeeding to his mother’s property.  He died 1845, leaving issue Hugh Mackenzie of Ardross and Dundonnell, who died 30 July 1869, and Kenneth Mackenzie of Ardross and Dundonnell, married 1838 Mary widow of Captain Cliffe, and died 12 Dec 1878, having had, with other issue, Murdo born 1823 now of Ardross. 3) Hector Colonel died unmarried 1827. 4) John, Major-General of Teaninich. The youngest son, John Munro, Esq. of Teaninich, J.P. and D.L., General, E.I.C.S., born June 1778; purchased Teaninich from his eldest brother; he married 8 Dec 1808, Charlotte, youngest daughter of the Rev. St. John Blacker, Rector of Moira, and Prebendary of Inver, County Donegal, and died 25 Jan 1858, having had issue, 1) James St. John born 18 Nov 1811, late Major 31st regt.  2) John born 18 April 1820, Lieut. 10 Bengal Light Cavalry; died Dec 1845, two days after the battle of Moodkee, of wounds received there. 3) Stuart Caradoc now of Teaninich. 4) Maxwell William born 17 Aug 1827 died Sept 1854. 5) Charlotte married 17 Jan 1834 the Hon. George Augustus Spencer, Lieut-Col., 2nd son of the 1st Lord Churchill, and has issue.

Early American Immigration and New World Settlers

  • Alex. Munro 1758 America
  • Alexander Munro 1739 Georgia
  • Andrew Munro 1654 Virginia
  • Andrew Munro 1700 Virginia
  • Anne Munro 1776 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Anne Munro 1775 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Captain Munro 1758 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Daniel Munro 1754 America
  • David Munro 1699 New York, New York
  • Donald Munro 1755 America
  • Duncan Munro 1775 New York, New York
  • Florence Munro 1774 New York, New York
  • George Munro 1775 New York, New York
  • Harry Munro 1765 New York
  • Henry Munro 1757 New York, New York
  • Henry Munro 1765 Albany, New York
  • Hugh Munro  1685 America
  • Hugh Munro 1754 America
  • Hugh Munro 1766 New York, New York
  • Ja Munro 1708 Georgia
  • James Munro 1725 Virginia
  • James Munro 1713 Virginia
  • James Munro 1741 Georgia
  • James Munro 1757 America
  • Janet Brown Munro 1775 New York, New York
  • Janet Macleod Munro 1715 Georgia
  • Janet McLeod Munro 1741 Georgia
  • Janet Munro 1741 Georgia
  • Jno Munro 1672 Virginia
  • John Munro 1650 Virginia
  • John Munro 1692 Virginia
  • John Munro 1756 New York, New York
  • John Munro 1760 New York, New York
  • John Munro 1765 Albany, New York
  • John Munro Senior 1650 America
  • Malcolm Munro 1766 Long Island
  • Margaret Maria Munro 1760 Virginia
  • Margaret Munro 1775 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Mary Munro 1750 America
  • Simon Munro 1763 Georgia
  • William Munro 1651 Massachusetts
  • William Munro 1739 Georgia
  • William Munro 1651 New England
  • William Munro 1717 Lexington, Massachusetts
  • William Munro 1717 New England
  • William Munro 1717 Massachusetts

Mottoes

  • Alis et animo. With speed and courage.
  • Fear God.
  • Jussu regis India subacta. India subdued by the king’s command.

Grantees

  • Walker-Munko, Edward Lionel [Munro to], of Eastwood Hall, co. Nottingham, 1887, Vol. LXIV, fol. 94 {see [1833] Vol. XL, fol. 71).

Notables

  • Adam Munro (born 1982), Canadian hockey player
  • Alan H. Monroe (1903–1975), professor, creator of Monroe’s motivated sequence
  • Alan Munro (immunologist) (born 1937), British immunologist and entrepreneur
  • Alan Munro (jockey) (born 1967), British horse-racing rider
  • Alex Munro (comedian) (1911–1986), Scottish actor and comedy figure
  • Alex Munro (footballer born 1912) (1912–1984), Scottish football player
  • Alex Munro (footballer born 1944), Scottish-born English football player
  • Alexander Munro (athlete) (1870–1934), British Olympic athlete
  • Alexander Munro (sculptor) (1825–1871), Scottish sculptor
  • Alexander Munro of Bearcrofts (fl. 17th century), Scottish military leader
  • Alexander W. Monroe (1817–1905), American politician and Confederate States Army officer
  • Alice Munro (born 1931), Canadian author, recipient of the 2013 Nobel Prize in Literature
  • Andrew Munro (bishop) (fl. 15th century), Scottish bishop in the Roman Catholic Church
  • Andrew Munro (mathematician) (1869–1935), Mathematician and Fellow at Queens’ College, Cambridge
  • Anna Munro (1881–1962), Scottish social activist
  • Bill Monroe (1911–1996), American musician
  • Bill Munro (born 1934), Scottish footballer
  • Burt Monroe (1930–1994), American ornithologist
  • Burt Munro (1899–1978), New Zealand motorcycle racer
  • Camille Munro (born 1991), Miss World Canada winner
  • Campbell Munro (1899–1943), South African cricketer
  • Caroline Munro (born 1950), British actor and model
  • Charles H. Munro (1837–1908), Canadian physician and politician
  • Charlie Munro (1917–1985), New Zealand-born Australian musician
  • Christopher Monroe (born 1965), American physicist
  • Colin Munro (born 1937), South African cricket player
  • Craig Monroe (born 1977), American MLB baseball player
  • Dan Munro, Scottish footballer
  • Dana Carleton Munro (1866–1933), US historian
  • David H. Munro (born 1955), US physicist
  • Donald Munro of Foulis (died 1039), Irish mercenary settler in Scotland and founder of the Clan Munro
  • Donald W. Munro (1916–1998), Canadian politician
  • Donnie Munro (born 1953), Scottish musician
  • Douglas Albert Munro (1919–1942), US WWII hero in the US Coast Guard
  • Dugald Munro (1930–1973), Australian politician
  • Dunc Munro (1901–1958), Canadian hockey player
  • Earl Monroe (born 1944), American Hall of Fame basketball player
  • Elgin Albert Munro (1874–1931), Canadian politician
  • Eric Frank Russell (1905–1978), English author who used the pen name Duncan H. Munro
  • Frank Munro (born 1947), Scottish football player
  • George Munro (philanthropist) (1825–1896), Canadian educator and philanthropist
  • George Munro, 1st of Auchinbowie (fl. late 17th century), Scottish soldier
  • George Munro, 1st of Culcairn (died 1746), Scottish soldier
  • George Munro, 1st of Newmore (1602–1693), Scottish soldier and politician
  • George Munro, 5th Baron of Foulis (fl. 13th century), Scottish leader
  • Gerald Munro (1897–?), Canadian hockey player
  • Grant Munro (filmmaker) (born 1923), Canadian actor and film producer
  • Grant Munro (footballer) (born 1980), Scottish football player
  • Greg Monroe (born 1990) American professional basketball player*
  • Hector Hugh Munro (1870–1916), British author using the pen name Saki
  • Hector Munro, 8th of Novar (1726–1805), Scottish military leader
  • Henry M. Munro (1840–1915), Canadian politician
  • Henry Munro (Canada West politician) (1802–1874), Canadian politician
  • Henry Munro (United Irishman) (1758–1798), Irish independence figure
  • Hope Munro (born 1981), Australian field hockey player
  • Hugh Andrew Johnstone Munro (1819–1885), Scottish classical scholar
  • Hugh Andrew Johnstone Munro of Novar (1797–1864), Scottish art collector
  • Hugh Munro (Canadian politician) (1854–1939), Canadian politician
  • Hugh Munro, 9th Baron of Foulis (f. 15th century), Scottish leader
  • Iain Munro (born 1951) Scottish football player
  • Ian Munro (disambiguation), several people
  • Ian Munro (pianist) (born 1963), Australian musician
  • Ingrid Munro (fl. 20th century), Swedish-born social activist in Kenya
  • James Mitchell (writer) (1926–2002), British author who used the pen name James Munro
  • James Monroe (1758–1831), the 5th U.S. president
  • James Monroe (1799–1870), member of the U.S. House of Representatives and nephew of President Monroe
  • James Munro (Australian politician) (1832–1908), Premier of Victoria
  • James Munro (VC) (1826–1871), Scottish soldier and war hero
  • James Munro (disambiguation), several people
  • James T. Monroe, professor of Arabic and Comparative Literature
  • James Wright Munro (1870–1945), New Zealand politician
  • Janet Munro (1932–1972), British actor
  • Jay R. Monroe, founder of the Monroe Calculator Company
  • Jim Munro (born 1962), British journalist
  • Jimmy Munro (1870–1899), Scottish football player
  • Jock Munro (1893–1917), Scottish footballer
  • John Munro, 9th of Teaninich (born 1778), Scottish soldier of the British H.E.I.C
  • John Neil Munro (born 1959), Scottish author and journalist
  • Jordan Monroe (born 1986), American glamour model
  • Julia Munro (fl. 1990s–2000s), Canadian politician
  • Kristen Monroe (born 1946), American professor of Political Science
  • Lachie Munro (born 1986), New Zealand rugby player
  • Les Munro (1919–2015), English WWII pilot and war hero
  • Leslie Munro (1901–1974), New Zealand lawyer and politician
  • Libby Munro (born 1981), Australian actress
  • Lieutenant-Colonel George Munro (1700–1757), Scottish soldier (also spelled Monro)
  • Lily Oddie Munro (born 1937), Canadian politician formerly called Lily Oddie Munro
  • Lochlyn Munro (born 1966), Canadian actor
  • Marilyn Monroe (1926–1962), American actress
  • Mike Munro (born 1952), Australian television personality
  • Mircea Monroe (born 1982), American actress
  • Morndi Munro, the last fluent speaker of the Unggumi language of Western Australia
  • Neil Gordon Munro (1863–1942), Scottish-born Japanese physician
  • Neil Munro (actor) (1947–2009), Canadian actor, director and playwright
  • Neil Munro (footballer) (1868–1948), Scottish football player
  • Neil Munro (writer) (1863–1930), Scottish author who sometimes used pen name Hugh Foulis
  • Nicholas Monroe (born 1982), American tennis player
  • Norman Munro (1842–1894), US newspaper publisher
  • Pamela Munro (born 1947), US linguist
  • Patrick Munro (1883–1942), British politician
  • Pete Munro (born 1975), US baseball player
  • Rob Munro (fl. 1980s–1990s), New Zealand politician
  • Robert Monro sometimes also spelt Munro. 17th century Scottish general
  • Robert Monroe (1915–1995), author, founder of The Monroe Institute
  • Robert Mor Munro, 15th Baron of Foulis (fl. 16th century), Scottish leader
  • Robert Munro (disambiguation), several people
  • Robert Munro (rugby footballer)
  • Robert Munro, 14th Baron of Foulis (died 1547), Scottish leader
  • Robert Munro, 18th Baron of Foulis (died 1633), Scottish leader
  • Robert Munro, 1st Baron Alness (1868–1955), Scottish politician and judge
  • Robert Munro, 6th Baron of Foulis (fl. 14th century), Scottish leader
  • Rodney Monroe (born 1968) American basketball player
  • Rodrick Monroe (born 1976), American football player
  • Rona Munro (born 1959), Scottish author
  • Sterling Munro, Jr. (1932–1992), US lawyer
  • Samantha Munro (born 1990), Canadian actor
  • Sir Harry Munro, 7th Baronet (1720–1781), Scottish military leader and politician
  • Sir Robert Munro, 3rd Baronet (fl. 17th century), Scottish leader
  • Sir Robert Munro, 5th Baronet (died 1729), Scottish leader
  • Sir Robert Munro, 6th Baronet (1684–1746), Scottish military leader
  • Sir Thomas Munro, 1st Baronet (1761–1827), Scottish soldier
  • Stuart Munro (born 1962), Scottish football player
  • Thalia Munro (born 1982), US water polo player
  • Thomas Munro (art historian) (1897–1974), US art historian
  • Thomas Munro (solicitor) (1866–1923), Scottish public figure
  • Vaughn Monroe (1911–1973), American baritone singer, trumpeter and big band leader
  • Wilfred Harold Munro (1849–1934), US historian
  • William B. Munro (1875–1957), Canadian social scientist and eugenicist
  • William Munro (1818–1880), British botanist

American Revolution Veterans

  • Abel Munro enlisted 4 Dec 1778 in Connecticut, Rank of Private
  • Abel Munro enlisted in Connecticut
  • Abram Munro enlisted in Massachusetts
  • Alexander Munro enlisted 28 June 1775 in New York
  • Alexr Munro enlisted 1 Nov 1777
  • Alexr Munro enlisted Dec 1778 in New York
  • Asabel Munro enlisted 20 Apr 1778 in Massachusetts
  • Benja Munro enlisted 1776 in Rhode Island, Rank of Private
  • Benjamin Munro enlisted in Rhode Island, Rank of Private
  • Edmund Munro enlisted 1 Sep 1777 in Massachusetts, Rank of Captain
  • Edmund Munro enlisted 6 Jan 1778 in Massachusetts, Rank of Captain
  • Edmund Munro enlisted in Massachusetts, Rank of Captain
  • Francis Munro enlisted 3 Oct 1778, Rank of Private
  • George Munro enlisted 10 Dec 1777 in Massachusetts, Rank of Private
  • George Munro enlisted 6 Jan 1778 in Massachusetts, Rank of Private
  • Isaac Munro enlisted Oct 1778 in Massachusetts, Rank of  FM
  • Jno Munro enlisted 2 Jun 1778 in Connecticut, Rank of Private
  • John Munro enlisted 1 Sep 1778 in Virginia, Rank of Sergeant
  • John Munro enlisted Aug 1778 in Maryland
  • John Munro enlisted in Virginia, Rank of Captain
  • Jonah Munro enlisted 1 Sep 1778 in New Hampshire, Rank of 2nd Lieutenant
  • Jonah Munro enlisted Mar 1778 in New Hampshire, Rank of Lieutenant
  • Jonathan Munro enlisted 1 Sep 1777 in Massachusetts, Rank of Private
  • Joseph Munro enlisted Nov 1778 in New Hampshire, Rank of 2nd Lieutenant
  • Joseph Munro enlisted in New York
  • Joseph Munro enlisted in New York, Rank of Private
  • Joseph Munro enlisted in Rhode Island, Rank of Private
  • Josiah Munro enlisted 1775 in New Hampshire, Rank of 2nd Lieutenant
  • Josiah Munro enlisted 21 May 1775 in New Hampshire, Rank of Captain
  • Josiah Munro enlisted 27 Aug 1775 in New Hampshire, Rank of 1st Lieutenant
  • Josiah Munro enlisted 5 Aug 1778 in New Hampshire, Rank of 2nd Lieutenant
  • Josiah Munro enlisted 5 Sep 1777 in Massachusetts, Rank of 2nd Lieutenant
  • Josiah Munro enlisted Apr 1778 in New Hampshire, Rank of Lieutenant
  • Josiah Munro enlisted Dec 1778 in New Hampshire, Rank of 1st Lieutenant
  • Josiah Munro enlisted Dec 1778 in New Hampshire, Rank of Quartermaster
  • Josiah Munro enlisted in New Hampshire, Rank of Lieutenant
  • Leonard Munro enlisted Oct 1778 in Connecticut, Rank of Sergeant
  • Matthew Munro enlisted 30 Jun 1777 in Virginia
  • Matthew Munro enlisted 7 Mar 1775 in Virginia, Rank of Private
  • Matthew Munro enlisted 8 Jan 1775 in Virginia, Rank of Private
  • Matthew Munro enlisted Jan 1778 in Virginia
  • Nathan Munro enlisted in Rhode Island, Rank of Private
  • Nehemiah Munro enlisted 18 Feb 1778 in Connecticut, Rank of Drum and Fife
  • Noah Munro enlisted in Connecticut, Rank of Private
  • Saml Munro enlisted 1776 in Rhode Island, Rank of Private
  • Samuel Munro enlisted 1776 in Rhode Island, Rank of Private
  • Samuel Munro enlisted in Rhode Island, Rank of Private
  • Squire Munro enlisted in Connecticut, Rank and File
  • Stephen Munro enlisted in Rhode Island
  • Thade Munro enlisted 5 Mar 1778 in Massachusetts, Rank of Private
  • Thadeus Munro enlisted 1 Sep 1777 in Massachusetts, Rank of Private
  • Thadeus Munro enlisted 6 Jan 1778 in Massachusetts, Rank of Private
  • William Munro enlisted 29 Nov 1778 in Rhode Island
  • William Munro enlisted 8 May 1778 in Connecticut
  • William Munro enlisted Apr 1777 in Connecticut
  • William Munro enlisted in Rhode Island, Rank of Corporal
  • William Munro enlisted in Vermont
  • Wm Munro enlisted 1776 in Rhode Island, Rank of 4th Corporal

Civil War Veterans

  • Abel C. Munroe born 1820 in Rhode Island
  • Abel Munroe born 1824 in Massachusetts
  • Albert Munroe born 1823 in Massachusetts
  • Albert N. Munroe born 1819 in Massachusetts
  • Allen Munroe born 1820 in New York
  • Amos Munroe born 1824 in Rhode Island
  • B.L. Munroe born 1819 in Dor, Maryland
  • Barnabas H. Munroe born 1820 in Maine
  • Benj T. Munro born 1834 in Rhode Island
  • Benjamin S. Munro born 1840 in Rhode Island
  • Berynl Munro born 1838 in Rhode Island
  • Charles Munro born 1827 in Rhode Island
  • Chas W. Munroe born 1822 in Massachusetts
  • Colen Murno born 1841 in Wisconsin
  • David A. Munro born 1819 in New York
  • David B. Munro born 1835 in Massachusetts
  • David Munro born 1839 in New York
  • Edmund Munroe born 1825 in New Hampshire
  • Edward Munroe born 1823 in Massachusetts
  • Elisha L. Munroe born 1823 in Rhode Island
  • Francis J. Munroe born 1823 in Massachusetts
  • Francis Munroe born 1824 in New York
  • Geo A. Munroe born 1825 in New York
  • Geo W. Munroe born 1825 in California
  • George A. Munroe born 1825 in Rhode Island
  • George H. Munroe born 1825 in Rhode Island
  • George Munroe born 1822 in Massachusetts
  • Henry S. Munro born 1837 in New York
  • Horaco S. Munroe born 1823 in Allegan, Michigan
  • Isaac Munroe born 1822 in Massachusetts
  • Isaac Munroe born 1823 in Massachusetts
  • Isaac O. Munroe born 1821 in New Hampshire
  • James E. Munroe born 1819 in Massachusetts
  • James Munro born 1825 in Passaic, New Jersey
  • James Munroe born 1819 in Massachusetts
  • James Munroe born 1819 in Osage, Missouri
  • James Munroe born 1820 in Massachusetts
  • James Munroe born 1820 in McHenry, Illinois
  • James Munroe born 1821 in Ohio
  • James Munroe born 1824 in New Hampshire
  • James W. Munroe born 1820 in Rhode Island
  • James W. Munroe born 1825 in Massachusetts
  • John A. Munroe born 1819 in New York
  • John B. Munroe born 1819 in New Jersey
  • John B. Munroe born 1821 in Rhode Island
  • John H. Munro born 1840 in Newport, Rhode Island
  • John Munro born 1841 in Missouri
  • John Munroe born 1822 in Keokuk, Wisconsin
  • John W. Munroe born 1825 in Rhode Island
  • Joseph Munro born 1835 in Missouri
  • Joseph Munro born 1843 in Missouri
  • Josiah Munro born 1843 in Massachusetts
  • Josiah Munroe born 1823 in Clinton, Michigan
  • Leonard Munro born 1833 in Rhode Island
  • Lewis G. Munro born 1829 Michigan
  • Lorengo V. Munroe born 1825 in Massachusetts
  • Lurther S. Munroe born 1824 in Massachusetts
  • Mathew Munroe born 1824 in Ontonagon, Michigan
  • Nathan K. Munro born 1839 in Rhode Island
  • Nathan Munro born 1824 in New York
  • Nathan P. Munro born 1834 in Rhode Island
  • Orrin Munroe born 1823 in Ohio
  • Otis Munro born 1829 in Rhode Island
  • Philip A. Munroe born 1821 in Rhode Island
  • R.K. Munroe born 183 in Massachusetts
  • Reuben Munroe born 1822 in New York
  • Samuel Munroe born 1823 in Rhode Island
  • Samuel V.G. Munro born 1830 in Rhode Island
  • Sanford B. Munro born 1831 in Rhode Island
  • Solomon W. Munro born 1842 in Massachusetts
  • Theodore Munroe born 1821 in Massachusetts
  • Townley Munroe born 1824 in Prince Georges, Maryland
  • Truman Munroe born 1822 in Prince Georges, Maryland
  • William H. Munro born 1825 in Rhode Island
  • William H. Munro born 1828 in Rhode Island
  • William Munroe born 1820 in Pennsylvania
  • William Munroe born 1825 in Massachusetts
  • William Munroe born 1825 in New York
  • William Munroe born 1825 in Pennsylvania
  • Wm H. Munro born 1829 in Rhode Island
  • Wm Munro born 1843 in Wisconsin
  • Wm Munroe born 1823 in Marion, Illinois

References

  • MUNRO Surname Meaning and Origin – ThoughtCo
  • Munro Name Meaning, Family History, Family Crest & Coats of Arms
  • Munro Name Meaning & Munro Family History at Ancestry.com
  • Clan Munro – Wikipedia
  • Munro Surname Meaning, Origins & Distribution – Forebears
  • The Munros – Clan Munro
  • A genealogical & Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol 1 & 2 by: Sir Bernard Burke (1879)
  • The Surnames of Scotland (1946) by George Fraser Black (1866-1948)
  • An Etymological Dictionary of Family and Christian Names (1857) by William Arthur
  • Burke’s Genealogical & Heraldic History of the Peerage, Barontage & Knightage by: John Burke & Sir Bernard Burke (1949)
  • Genealogical Guide to Early Settlers of America
  • Grantee of Arms, Named in Docquets and Patents between the years 1687-1898 by: Harry Rylands M.A. (1916)

Munro Coat of Arms Meaning

See glossary for symbol meaning.

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