Lord of the Manor

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The Father’s Day gift I sent to my dad was a gift of having the title of Lord in Scotland. Our family history goes back to an actual Lord of a community in Scotland, so this was a perfect gift to send to him.

This gift came from a company called Established Titles, which provides one square foot of space for each person who wants the title, and in addition, they will plant one to two trees on your spot.

Their website says:

“Our Title Packs are based on a historic Scottish land ownership custom, where landowners have been long referred to as “Lairds,” the Scottish term for “Lord”, with the female equivalent being “Lady”.

One square foot of dedicated land on a private estate in Ardallie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland and a printable certificate with a crest,…
simultaneously preserving and protecting woodland in Scotland.

Established Titles is committed to the preservation and protection of woodland areas in Scotland. As part of our concerted efforts, Established Titles has pledged to keep the entire woodland free from any other uses except for the peaceful enjoyment of the land, thereby protecting the biodiversity of the flora and fauna of the area. We have further pledged to protect the land from being disturbed by construction, sporting, driving or other similar activities. Established Titles donates to One Tree Planted and Trees for the future to help with our tree planting efforts.”

https://establishedtitles.com/

Our family line back to the year 1000:

My dad
His Father
His Grandfather

Great-grandmother
When Nancy Mariah Armstrong was born on March 8, 1850, in Williamsport, Indiana, her father, James, was 34, and her mother, Nancy, was 31. She married Benjamin Franklin Dean on February 26, 1866, in Nemaha, Kansas. They had seven children in 18 years. She died on October 31, 1917, in Seattle, Washington, at the age of 67 and was buried there.

2nd Great-Grandfather
When James F Armstrong was born on April 2, 1815, in Williamsport, Indiana, his father, James, was 43 and his mother, Sarah, was 31. He married Nancy E Mains on January 23, 1834, in Warren, Indiana. They had 12 children in 22 years. He died on October 13, 1874, in Nemaha, Kansas, at the age of 59 and was buried in Pottawatomie, Kansas.

3rd Great-Grandfather
When James W. (Captain) Armstrong was born on January 17, 1772, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, his father, John, was 39 and his mother, Jeanette, was 13. He married Sarah Sally Jones on November 28, 1799, in Mason, Kentucky. They had two children during their marriage. He died on April 29, 1860, in Lebanon, Illinois, having lived a long life of 88 years.

4th Great-Grandfather
When John C (Lieutenant Colonel) Armstrong was born on May 10, 1732, in Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, his father, William, was 28 and his mother, Margaret, was 25. He married Jeanette Coker in 1772 in Stokes, North Carolina. They had two children during their marriage. He died on June 22, 1792, in Stokes, North Carolina, at the age of 60 and was buried in North Carolina.

5th Great-Grandfather
When William Denus Armstrong was born in 1704 in Scotland, his father, Archibald, was 32 and his mother, Maryann, was 20. He married Margaret Hamilton in 1720 in Ireland. They had eight children in 14 years. He died on March 16, 1760, in Canonbie, Dumfries-shire, Scotland, at the age of 56.

6th Great-Grandfather
When Archibald Armstrong was born in 1672 in Scotland, his father, Edward, was 25 and his mother, Nellannah, was 22. He married Maryann Strickland in 1701 in his hometown. They had nine children in 14 years. He died in 1770 in Scotland at the impressive age of 98.

7th great-grandfather
When Edward Armstrong was born in 1647 in Scotland, his father, Edward, was 26 and his mother, Anna, was 17. He married Nellannah McDonald in Ireland. They had six children in 16 years. He died in 1737 in his hometown at the impressive age of 90.

8th great-grandfather
When Edward Armstrong was born in 1621 in Ireland, his father, William, was 30 and his mother, Elizabeth, was 30. He married Anna Brokenstone in 1645. They had six children in 25 years. He died in 1700 in Virginia, having lived a long life of 79 years.

9th great-grandfather
When William Bird W Armstrong was born in 1591 in Scotland, his father, John, was 26 and his mother, Elizabeth, was 26. He married Elizabeth Fisher in 1620 in Ireland. They had two children during their marriage. He died on October 10, 1686, at the impressive age of 95.

10th great-grandfather
John Stephen Armstrong was born in 1565 in Scotland, the son of Elizabeth and Thomas. He married Elizabeth Anis and they had seven children together. He then married Annis Kenett on April 16, 1661, in London, London, England. He died in 1661 in his hometown at the impressive age of 96.

11th great-grandfather
When Thomas Derin (Chieftain) Armstrong was born in 1525 in Scotland, his father, Alexander, was 18 and his mother, Elizabeth, was 13. He had one son and one daughter with Elizabeth between 1557 and 1565. He died in 1585 in his hometown at the age of 60.

12th great-grandfather
When Alexander I Armstrong was born in 1507 in Whithaugh, Roxburghshire, Scotland, his father, James, was 19 and his mother, Margaret, was 17. He married Elizabeth “Beth” Derin in 1522 in Scotland. They had four children during their marriage. He died in 1591 in Scotland, having lived a long life of 84 years.

13th great-grandfather
When James Armstrong was born in 1488 in Scotland, his father, John, was 42 and his mother, Mary, was 38. He married Margaret McDonald in 1506 in his hometown. They had one child during their marriage. He died as a young father in 1520 in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia, at the age of 32.

14th great-grandfather
When John McGregor Armstrong was born in 1446 in Scotland, his father, Denus, was 19 and his mother, Catherine, was 18. He married Mary in 1467. They had two children during their marriage. He died in 1491 at the age of 45.

15th great-grandfather
Denus Armstrong was born in 1427 in Scotland, the son of Lydia and James. He married Catherine in 1442. They had five children in 15 years. He died in 1503 in his hometown, having lived a long life of 76 years.

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16th great-grandfather
When James William Armstrong was born in 1398 in Scotland, his father, William, was 22 and his mother, Lydia, was 18. He had three sons and one daughter with Lydia between 1427 and 1441. He died in 1470 in his hometown at the age of 72.

17th great-grandfather
When William “Manmaker” Armstrong was born in 1376 in Scotland, his father, Robert, was 25 and his mother, Kathleen, was 21. He had one son with Lydia in 1398. He died in 1452 in his hometown, having lived a long life of 76 years.

18th great-grandfather
Robert Armstrong III was born in 1351 in Scotland, the son of Mary and Robert. He had one son and one daughter with Kathleen Young between 1376 and 1378. He died in 1426 in his hometown, having lived a long life of 75 years.

19th great-grandfather
When Robert Armstrong II was born in 1328 in Scotland, his father, Gilbert, was 26. He had one son with Mary Beth in 1351. He died in 1390 in his hometown at the age of 62.

20th great-grandfather
When Gilbert Armstrong was born in 1302 in Scotland, his father, Robert, was 17 and his mother, Marybeth, was 17. He had two sons between 1328 and 1331. He died in 1359 in his hometown at the age of 57.

21st great-grandfather
When Robert Armstrong was born in 1285 in Scotland, his father, Bruce, was 18 and his mother, Clare, was 15. He had three sons with Marybeth between 1302 and 1307. He died in 1329 in his hometown at the age of 44.

22nd great-grandfather
When Bruce Armstrong, 9TH LAIRD (Lord) OF MANGERTON, was born in 1267 in Scotland, his father, William, was 26 and his mother, Elizabeth, was 22. He married Clare Elizabeth Cameron in 1287. They had four children during their marriage. He died as a young father in 1295 in Berwickshire, Scotland, at the age of 28.

23rd great-grandfather
When William Armstrong 8th Laird (Lord) Mangerton was born in 1241 in Scotland, his father, Alexander, was 16. He had two sons with Elizabeth De Bruce between 1267 and 1269. He died in 1300 in Berwickshire, Scotland, at the age of 59.

24th great-grandfather
When Alexander Armstrong, 7TH Laird (Lord) Of Mangerton, was born in 1225 in Scotland, his father, John, was 29 and his mother, Isabell, was 17. He had one son in 1241. He died in 1264 in his hometown at the age of 39.

25th great-grandfather
When John Cameron Armstrong was born in 1196 in Scotland, his father, Alan, was 32 and his mother, Margaret, was 23. He married Isabell in 1224 in his hometown. They had four children during their marriage. He died in 1271 in England having lived a long life of 75 years.

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26th great-grandfather
When Alan John Armstrong was born in 1164 in Scotland, his father, David, was 17 and his mother, Unknown, was 17. He had two sons with Margaret Galloway De Mormaer between 1190 and 1196. He died in 1255 in his hometown at the impressive age of 91.

27th great-grandfather
When David Armstrong was born in 1147 in Scotland, his father, Henry, was 23 and his mother, Lois, was 17. He had one son with Unknown Armstrong in 1164. He died in 1200 in his hometown at the age of 53.

28th great-grandfather
When Henry Armstrong was born in 1124 in Scotland, his father, James, was 23 and his mother, Margaret, was 23. He married Lois M Salyers in 1146. They had two children during their marriage. He died as a young father in 1152 in England at the age of 28.

29th great-grandfather
When James Armstrong was born in 1101 in Scotland, his father, Allen, was 18 and his mother, Ella, was 18. He married Margaret Mansfield in 1124. They had one child during their marriage. He died in 1154 in his hometown at the age of 53.

30th great-grandfather
When Allen Armstrong was born in 1083 in Scotland, his father, Henry, was 15, and his mother, Unknown, was 15. He married Ella Knutson in 1101. They had five children in 15 years. He died in his hometown.

31st great-grandfather
Henry Ursus Armstrong was born in 1068 in Scotland. He married Unknown Armstrong in 1084 in his hometown. They had four children during their marriage. He died in 1152 in Scotland having lived a long life of 84 years.

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https://www.highlandtitles.com/blog/clans-of-scotland-armstrong/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mangerton_Tower

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clan_Armstrong

https://heraldry.celticradio.net/

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