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"ARMSTRONG. This well-known Border surname the Norman Fortenbras is an instance of a surname assumed from a personal attribute strength of arm. The name was not uncommon in the north of England in the latter half of the thirteenth century, and at a later period the Armstrongs were a numerous and warlike clan in Liddesdale and the Dcbateable Land. Adam Armstrong was pardoned at Carlisle in 1235 for causing the death of another man (Bain, I, 1243), and William Armestrangh' served on an inquisition in the same city in 1274 (ibid., n, 24). In 1328 there is entry of payment of the king's debt to William Armestrang, and in 1342 Richard Harmestrang made a loan to King David n at Calais (ER., i, p. 116, 506). Gilbert Armstrong, steward of the household of David n was ambassador to England in 1363 (APS., i, p. 493). Another (?) Gilbert Armestrang, canon of Moray in 1365, appears again as a witness in 1366 (REM., p. 37; REA., n, p. 58). Alexander Armystrang, Geffrai Armestrang, and Davy Armystrang appear as "borowis" for the earl of Douglas's bounds of the West March in 1398 (Bain, rv, 512). Armstrong of Gilnockie, a noted freebooter, was executed by James v in 1529, and the injustice of this action formed the theme of several popular ballads. Archie Armstrong was the famous jester of James vi; Kinmont Willie, also celebrated in Border ballads, and Christie's Will, both noted freebooters, were also Armstrongs. Mr. Robert Bruce Armstrong in his History of Liddesdale (p. 175) gives twenty-four variants of this name in the singular and twentyone in the plural. In common speech the name is pronounced Armstrang. "(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)


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