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The DNA profile of Clan Armstrong

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The DNA of Clan Armstrong

Clan Armstrong is a well-known Scottish clan that has its roots in the borderlands between England and Scotland. The clan is one of the largest border clans and is often associated with the raw and lawless border regions of Scotland, which in the Middle Ages were characterized by constant wars and looting.

The origin of Clan Armstrong can be traced back to a Norman knight known for particularly impressive physical strength and his role in the Battle of Standard in 1138. It is said that this knight, whose name was Siward Beorn, fought with a threatening enemy and lifted it high in the air, which earned him the nickname "Armstrong" - strong in the arm. In time, this became the hereditary family name of the clan.

The Armstrong clan is known for its significant contributions to Scottish history. They played an important role in the border wars with England and provided the captain of the Scottish border forces in the 16th century. Another notable representative of the clan was Thomas Armstrong, who was called the "King of the Vagabonds" in the 16th century and was a symbol of the lawlessness of the border regions.

The Armstrongs originally made their home in the region around Liddesdale and Eskdale, and later extended over much of the Scottish border regions. Following a royal decree in 1603 that all leaders of the Border Reiver clans should be executed, many Armstrongs were hanged and their lands confiscated. As a result, clan members dispersed throughout the region and around the world.

Although the members of Clan Armstrong live widely dispersed today, there is still a strong sense of connectedness. Many Armstrongs from around the world, especially the descendants of those who emigrated after losing the land, actively pursue genealogy to determine their connections to the clan. The Clan Armstrong Society, founded in 1978, has thousands of members and has its roots in Egypt.The first meeting of the Clan Armstrong Society was held in Washington, D.C., on June 21, 1980. The Society's meetings are primarily about camaraderie and sharing information about common family history. There is also a Clan Armstrong Trust, which aims to preserve and promote the history and heritage of the clan.

Thus, despite its dispersion and historical difficulties, Clan Armstrong remains an influential and proud presence in Scottish culture and identity. Its roots and history are deeply woven into the fabric of Scottish and British history, and its members are proud of their connections to this strong and enduring clan.

The Armstrong clan belongs to haplogroup R-M343 (subgroup R-FT275048) in the paternal line.

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