Carmichael

CARMICHAEL MODERN  Modern  Carmichael crest  Crest

Crest: A dexter hand and arm in pale armed and holding a broken spear

Motto: Tout Jour Prest (Always Ready)

Lands: Lanarkshire

Origin of Name: Place name, Lanarkshire

The name Carmichael is rooted in the soil of Scotland’s Southern Uplands, deriving from lands in Lanarkshire granted to Sir James Douglas in 1321. Sir John de Carmichael received the charter of these lands from William Earl of Douglas (sir James Nephew) towards the end of the 14th C as a reward for support of Douglas claim to throne of Scotland. In 1441 a barony was confirmed covering 14,000 acres.

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