CRAIG FAMILY CREST

 

CRAIG CLAN CREST

The Scottish surname Craig is a topographic name for someone who lived near a steep or precipitous rock, from the Gaelic term creag. The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of Johannes del Crag, which was dated circa 1165, a charter witness, recorded in "Early Records of Scotland." Notable namebearers include John Craig (died 1655), who was physician to James 1 and to Charles 1, and James Craig (died 1795); an architect, who published designs for the laying out of Edinburgh New Town in 1767.

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CRAIG FAMILY CREST RING 

Craig family crest ring

CRAIG SIGNET RING 

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