Crawford Red Polyester  Modern  Crawford crest  Crest

Crest: A stag’s head erased, Gules, between the attires a cross crosslet fitchée, Sable

Motto: Tutum Te Robore Reddam (I will give you safety by strength)

Origin of Tartan: A lowland tartan from the “Vestiarium Scoticum”

Crawford was a barony in the Upper Ward of Clydesdale. The name of Galfridus of Crawford is recorded around 1179, and he seems to have been a man of success. In the time of William the Lion, Sir Reginald of Crawford was made Sheriff of Ayr. Accompanied by three sons he was witness to a grant in favour of Kelso Abbey. The Crawford name appears many times through this century on various charters. Sir John Crawford of that ilk died in 1248. His eldest daughter married Archibald of Douglas and the other daughter married David Lindsay of Wauchopedale, the ancestor of the Earls of Crawford.


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