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Arms of Livingston of Livingston876 viewsThe cinquefoil is so frequently met with the cross crosslet that the famous heraldist, Fox-Davies, believes there is some illusion behind it. The cross crosslet fitchée represented an evangelist, and as used in the West referred to St Moluag.
Arms of Livingston of Drumry and Wemyss817 viewscirca 1333
Note the royal double tressure in the arms suggesting descent from the ancient line of Scottish kings.
Arms of Lord Livingston of Callendar889 viewsCreated circa 1458
Arms of Livingston Earl of Linlithgow865 viewsCreated in 1600
Alexander, second Earl of Linlithgow, believed that his family were descended of the McLea's in the Highlands.
Arms of Livingston Earl of Callendar816 viewsCreated in 1641
Arms of Livingston Earl of Newburgh843 viewsCreated in 1647
Arms of Livingston Viscount Kilsyth868 viewsCreated in 1661
Arms of Livingston Viscount Teviot867 viewsCreated in 1696
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Clan Crest Badge1085 views
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