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(59) SIR ANDREW STEWART, son of Father, was ancestor of the Steuarts of Auchluncart, Drummin, Edinglassy, Kilmachlie, Tannachy and Tombea.
Arms: of Steuart of Auchluncart.-Gold, a fess chequy blue and silver between three cross crosslets fitchy in chief and as many cushions in base blue. CREST: Two hands holding up a heart proper. MOTTO: "Corde_et_manu" (Burke).
Arms: of Stewart of Drummin, recorded 1672-77.- Gold, a fess chequy blue and silver between three cross crosslets fitchy in chief and as many cushions in base red, all within engrailed blue bordure (Lyon Register). CREST and MOTTO as Auchluncart. [Plate II I., fig. 38.]