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Armorial families: a directory of gentlemen of coat-armour.
By Arthur Charles Fox-Davies  (1929)

Page 1598

PRINGLE of Whytbank (L.O., 1673 and 1828).
Arms: Argent, on a saltire engrailed  sable, five escallops or.
Mantling: sable, doubled argent.
Crest: On a wreath of his liveries, a man's heart winged proper.
Supporters: Two pilgrims habited  proper.
Motto: "Sursum"

 

PRINGLE of Stitchill (L.O., 1673).
Arms: Azure, three escallops or.
Mantling: gules, doubled argent.
Crest: On a wreath of his liveries, a saltire, within a garland of bay leaves proper.
Mottoes: "Coronat fides" (Pringle of Stitchill); "Amicitia reddit honores" (Pringle of Torsonce).

 

PRINGLE of Torwoodlee (L.O., 1673).
Arms: Argent, on a saltire engrailed  azure, five escallops argent.
Mantling: gules, doubled argent.
Crest: A serpent nowed proper.
Motto: "Nosce te ipsum"
Livery: Blue and  white.

 

 

Encyclopaedia Heraldica,
Or Complete Dictionary of Heraldry, Volume 2
By William Berry
https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=bfNfAAAAcAAJ&pg

PRINGLE, or PILGRIM, [Stitchel, Scotland,] az. three escallops or. – Crest, a saltier, within a garland of bay-leaves, ppr.

Pringle, [Greenknow, Scotland,] az. three escallops, within a bordure, engr, or. – Crest, an anchor, within a garland of bay leaves, ppr.

Pringle, [Gallowshield and Whitebank, Scotland,] ar. on a saltier, engr. sa. five escallops, or. – Crest, a man’s heart ppr. With wings or.

Pringle, [Torwoodlie, Scotland,] ar. on a saltier, engr. az. five escallops of the first. – Crest, a serpent, nowed, ppr.

 

 

TheᅠBritish Herald or Cabinet of Armorial Bearings of the Nobility & Gentry ofᅠGreat Britain & Ireland,
by Thomas Robson. Sunderland  1830.

 

PRINGLE, N.S. Bart. [Stitchel House,  Roxburgh, 1683]
Arms: Az. three escallops  or.
Crest: A saltier within a garland of  bay-leaves, ppr.
Motto: Coronat  fides.

 

Pringle, [London. Created a Baronet,  5 June, 1766]
Arms: Az. three escallops ar. a  mullet for diff.
Crest: A saltier ar. within a  chaplet vert.
Motto: Coronat  fides.

 

Pringle, [Blackwater,  Scotland] – [actually an English family called Pingle/Pyngle and were not related to the Pringles].
Arms: Ar. a bull’s head [actually a Bucks head in manuscripts in the Lyon office], cabossed,  az. armed or.

 

Pringle, [Blindlee,  Scotland]
Arms: Ar. on a bend az. three  escallops or; a bordure of the second.

 

Pringle, [Burnhouse,  Scotland]
Arms: The same as of  Torsonce.

 

Pringle, [Gallowshiels and  Whitebank, Scotland]
Arms: Ar. on a saltier engr. sa.  five escallops or.
Crest: A man’s heart ppr. winged  or.
Motto: Sursum.

 

Pringle, [Greenknow,  Scotland]
Arms: Az. three escallops within a  bordure engr. or.
Crest: An anchor within a garland of  bay-leaves, ppr.
Motto: Semper spero meliora.

 

Pringle, [Torwoodlie,  Scotland]
Arms: Ar. on a saltier engr. az.  five escallops of the first.
Crest: A serpent, nowed,  ppr.
Motto: Nosce  teipsum.

 

Pringle, [Torsonce,  Teviotdale]
Arms: Ar. on a bend sa. three  escallops or.
Crest: An escallop  or.
Motto: Amicitia reddit  honores.

 

Pringle, [Clifton,  Scotland]
Arms: Az. on a chev. ar. three  escallops of the first.
Crest: An escallop betw. two  palm-branches, in orle.
Motto: Prompte et consel (Quickly and advisedly)

 

 

 

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