Thomas Armstrong (1750)

The coat of arms of Thomas Armstrong of Northumberland County, Pennsylvania.

The coat of arms of Thomas Armstrong: Gules, three dexter arms vambraced Argent, hands proper.

Thomas Armstrong came to British North America in 1750.

The Coat of Arms Blazoned: Gules, three dexter arms vambraced argent, hands proper.
Crested: A dexter arm vambraced argent, hands proper.
Motto: In Deo robus meus.

The arms were most likely awarded in England by the College of Arms of Great Britain.

As cited in the 1904 Edition of Crozier’s General Armory; William Armstrong Crozier, Fox Duffield & Company, New York.

Motto Translation

The motto, “In Deo robus meus” is usually translated into English to mean, “I get my strength from God.”

What was the Coat of Arms of the Armstrong family from Pennsylvania?

Gules, three dexter arms vambraced argent, hands proper.

Other people noted as having the same or similar Coats Armor according to Crozier’s General Armory

Crozier lists James Armstrong of New York as having.

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Originally posted 2011-05-18 11:36:08.

John Bagley (1750)
William Adger

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