|Pringle Heraldry recorded in Burkes Peerage & Baronetage Burke's Peerage & Baronetage 106th Edition.Burke's Peerage & Gentry LLC. Copyright: 2002 PRINGLE OF STICHILLArms: Az. three escallops or. Crests: 1 An escallop or, 2 A saltire az. within a garland of bay-leaves ppr. Motto: Coronat fides (‘Faith crowns’). Creation: Bt. (NS) 5 Jan 1682/3.
A General and heraldic dictionary of the peerage and baronetageof the British Empire (1832), by John BurkeOnline here: [Vol. 1], [Vol. 2]. Pringle of Stitchel, BaronetArms- Az. three escallops or.Crest- A saltier, within a garland of bay leaves ppr.Motto- Coronat fides.
A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the peerage and baronetageof the British Empire (1845), by John Burke Pringle of StitchillArms- Az., three escallops, or.Crests- An escallop, or, and a saltier, within a garland of bay-leaves, ppr.Supporters- Two greyhounds.Motto- Coronat fides. Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire (1864) By Bernard BurkePringle of Stichill, Bart.Arms: Az., three escallops, or.Crests:1. An escallop, or.2. A saltier, within a garland of bay-leaves, ppr.Motto: Coronat fides.
Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire (1869) By Bernard Burke Page 918Pringle of Stichill, Bart. (Creation - 5 July 1683)Arms: Az., three escallops, or.Crests:1. An escallop, or.2. A saltier, within a garland of bay-leaves, ppr.Motto: Coronat fides.
A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Extinct and Dormant Baronetcies of England,by John Burke. London, 1838. Pringle of LondonArms: Azure, three escalops argent, with a mullet for distinction.
From the Records of the Pringles, page 309 - Fife
In 1698 Robert Pringle (son of James Pringle, surgeon-apothecary) gave a siver medal to the winner of the University's (of St Andrew’s, College of St Leonards), silver arrow, engraved with his arms, azure 3 escallops on a shield, and below, the legend “Robert Pringle, cuprensis,” and on the reverse, with the figure of an archer shooting and the legend “Vincenti dabitur,” and the date 1698.