TWEEDIE & TWEEDY ARMS

Officially Recorded in Scotland


Arms
Armiger & House
Blazon
Source
1) Twedy of drwmnailzarte

2) Twedy of Drumelzar

1) & 2) Argent, a saltire engrailed Gules and a chief Azure 1) Sir David Lindsay's Armorial 1542 - DL317

2) Slains Armorial 1565 - SL585

Michael Forbes Tweedie

Tweedie of Rawlinson

Quarterly 1st and 4th Argent a Saltire engrailed Gules a chief Azure also engrailed the latter charged with a fraise of the first (for Tweedie), 2nd and 3rd counter-quartered, 1st and 4th Azure three Bears' heads couped Argent muzzled and langued Gules, 2nd and 3rd Argent three Unicorns, heads erased Sable (for Forbes). Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1899

John Jackson Tweedie: Peru

Tweedie of Quothquan?

Argent on a saltire engrailed Gules a mullet Or on a chief Azure a fret couped of the third. An Ordinary of Arms
Volume II 1902-1973

1st July 1922 22/45

David Reid Tweedie

Tweedie of Quothquan?

Argent a saltire engrailed Gules on a chief Azure a fret couped Or. An Ordinary of Arms
Volume II 1902-1973

3rd July 1950 38/15

Brigadier John William Tweedie of Letterick

Descendants of the Rev William King Tweedie DD

Argent a saltire engrailed Gules a chief engrailed Azure all within a bordure per pale dexter compony Gules and Argent sinister Gules. An Ordinary of Arms
Volume II 1902-1973

29th March 1957 42/45

Major (Later Brigadier) Oliver Robert Tweedy

Tweedy of Essex

Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Argent, a saltire engrailed Gules, charged in dexter chief of a sword in bend of the First hilted Or, within a bordure also Or: on a chief Azure a martlet Argent between two pelicans in their piety seated on their nests also Argent (for Tweedy) ; 2nd and 3rd, Azure, a cross pattee Ermine between three cinquefoils Argent (for Fraser). An Ordinary of Arms
Volume II 1902-1973

20th June 1967 51/8

Hugh Lamont Osborne Tweedie

Tweedie of Quothquan?

Argent a saltire engrailed Gules on a chief Azure a fret couped Or a bordure Or for difference An Ordinary of Arms
Volume II 1902-1973

3rd August 1970 54/69

Sir David Tweedie

Argent a saltire engrailed Gules on a chief chequy Azure and Argent a bezant. Lyon Register
1995

Recorded Elsewhere

Arms
Armiger & House
Blazon
Source/Notes
George Twedye

Tweedy of Essex

Quarterly 1st & 4th Argent a saltire engrailed Gules a Chief Azure (for Twedye); 2nd & 3rd Azure a Cross pattee ermine between 3 Cinquefoils Or, (for Fraser). Presumed Arms before the various quarterings listed below were added by his descendants.

These Arms were used as the basis of Oliver Robert Tweedy's 1967 matriculation listed above.

Richard Twedye

of Ilmere, co Bucks

Argent a saltire engrailed Gules on a Chief Azure two falcons' wings Or within a bordure compony Or and Azure. Visitation of Buckinghamshire
1566

Harleian Society

Richard Twedye

Tweedy of Essex

Quarterly 1st Argent a saltire engrailed Gules a Chief Azure (for Twedye); 2nd Azure a Cross pattee ermine between 3 Cinquefoils Or, (for Fraser); 3rd Azure an orle Sable within another of Martlets of the 2nd a cresent for difference (for Winnington); and 4th Azure 3 bears passant Sable muzzled Or (for Berwicke); Visitation of Essex
1612

Harleian Society

As above

Quarterly 1st Argent a saltire engrailed Gules a Chief Azure (for Twedye); 2nd Azure a Cross pattee ermine between 3 Cinquefoils Or, (for Fraser); 3rd Argent an orle Sable within another of Martlets of the 2nd a cresent for difference (for Winnington); and 4th Argent 3 bears passant Sable muzzled Or (for Berwicke);

The above blazon for Winnington & Berwicke does not follow the accepted "Rules of Heraldry". If the Azure was infact Argent the blazon & Arms would be as displayed to the left.
Edmond Twedy &
Thomasine Price

Tweedy of Essex

Argent a saltire engrailed Gules a Chief Azure with a mullet for difference (for Twedye) impaling Sable a chevron Argent between three spear-heads of the second tipped Gules (for Price) Visitation of Essex 1612
William Twedy &
Mabel Curwin

Tweedy of Essex

Argent a saltire engrailed Gules a Chief Azure with a mullet (for Twedye) impaling Argent fretty Gules a chief Azure (for Curwine) Visitation of Essex 1612
George Tweedie-Stodart

Tweedie-Stodart of Oliver

Quarterly 1st and 4th counter-quartered, i and iv Argent a fess nebuly between three stars of six points Sable a bordure Gules (for Stodart) ii and iii Or a Chevron between three Bulls' heads couped Sable armed Vert (for Turnbull), 2nd and 3rd Argent a saltire engrailed Gules a chief Azure (for Tweedie). 1st & 4th; Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.
1864

2nd & 3rd Michael Forbes Tweedie's History of the Tweedie & Tweedy Family
1902

Arthur Hearne Tweedy

Tweedy of Essex

Quarterly 1st & 4th Argent a saltire engrailed between two escallops in fesse Gules on a chief Azure an escallop of the field (for Tweedy), 2nd & 3rd Gules on a bend flory and counterflory between two increscents Argent three lions' heads erased Sable (for Turpin Fellowes). A C Fox-Davies' Armorial Families (1902 & 1929)
George Alfred Tweedy
&
Hugh James Tweedy

Tweedy of Essex

Argent a saltire engrailed between two escallops in fesse Gules on a chief Azure an escallop of the field. A C Fox-Davies' Armorial Families (1902 & 1929)
Henry Colpoys Tweedy

Tweedy of Cloonamahon

Quarterly 1st & 4th Argent a saltire engrailed Gules on a chief Azure three fleams Or (for Tweedy), 2nd Argent on a saltire Sable five trefoils slipped Or on a chief Gules three cushions of the third (for Johnson) 3rd Argent a maunch ermine(s) (for Colpoys) and upon an escutcheon of pretence the Arms of Meredith namely Azure a lion rampant per pale Argent and Or. A C Fox-Davies' Armorial Families (1902)

Michael C. O' Laughlin's The Irish Book of Arms

Owen Meredith Tweedy

Tweedy of Cloonamahon

Quarterly 1st & 4th Argent a saltire engrailed Gules on a chief Azure three fleams Or (for Tweedy), 2nd Argent on a saltire Sable five trefoils slipped Or on a chief Gules three cushions of the third (for Johnson) 3rd Argent a maunch ermine(s) (for Colpoys) A C Fox-Davies' Armorial Families (1929)
Professor Sir John Tweedy(?)

Per pal wavy Argent and Azure a cross moline saltirewise counterchanged. College of Arms
3rd June 1907

A C Fox-Davies' Armorial Families (1929)