Mcculloch Coat of Arms
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Blazons & Genealogy Notes
1) (Myrtoun, co. Wigton, bart.). Erm. fretty gu. Crest—A hand throwing a dart ppr. Motto—Vi et animo.
2) (Muill, co. Wigton). Erm. fretty gu. within a bordure indented of the second.
3) (Barholm, co. Kirkcudbright; in 1814, representative of Myrtoun and of Muill). Erm. a fret engr. gu. on an escutcheon az. three wolves' heads erased or. Crest—A hand throwing a dart ppr. Supporters—Two men in armour, each holding a spear all ppr. Motto—Vi et animo.
4) (Drummoral, co. Wigton). Erm. fretty gu. a bordure engr. of the second. Motto—Verus et sedulus.
5) (Piltoun, co. Edinburgh). Erm. a fret engr. gu. Crest—An ermine ppr. Motto—Sine macula.
6) (England). Ar. a saltire gu. in chief a boar's head erased az. Crest—A triangular harrow gu.
Origin, Meaning and Family History of the Mcculloch Name
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Mcculloch Coat of Arms Meaning
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