MACARTHUR FAMILY CREST
MACARTHUR CLAN CREST
The Scottish surname MacArthur, also found in Ireland is derived from the ancient Celtic personal name Arthur. The personal name is most probably from an old Celtic word meaning “bear.” They held large estates in Lorne, Argyllshire, had the hereditary keepership of the castle of Dunstaffnage from the crown of Scotland, held their seat at the castle of Strachur, and were also the hereditary pipers to the great MacDonald clan, the Lords of the Isles. General Arthur MacArthur (1845 - 1912) being only the twelfth American to be appointed to the rank of General of the Army, whilst his son General Douglas MacArthur (1885 - 1952), not only held the same ranking, but was the victor in the Pacific sector of the Second World War (1941 - 1945).
MACARTHUR ENGRAVED CLAN CREST RING