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1st of Appin
(115) DOUGAL STEWART, son of JOHN, 2nd Lord of Lorn, attempted to take possession of his late father´s lands by force, but only succeeded in retaining Nether Lorn or Appin, where he founded a family. From him descend the Stewarts of Achnacone, Appin, Ardchoil, Ardsheal, Aucharn, Ballachelish, Bohallie, Edravinoch, Fasnacloich, Hillhead, Innerhadden, Invernahyle, Ledcreich, Strathgarry.
Arms: of Stewart of Achnacone, as recorded 1900.-1 and 4. Gold, a fess chequy blue and silver. 2 and 3. Silver, a black galley, sails furled, oars in action proper, flagged red. All within a red bordure (Lyon Register). [Plate V., fig. 74.]
Arms: of Stewarts of Appin and Ardsheal, as recorded 1772 and 1800.1 and 4. Gold, a fess chequy blue and silver. 2 and 3. Silver, a galley, sails trussed up, oars in action, black, flagged red. CREST: A silver unicorn´s head, horned, bearded and maned gold. SUPPORTERS: Two roe deer proper. MOTTO: "Quhidder_will_zie"(Lyon Register). [Plate V., fig. 75.]