Armstrong, Armstrang, Armestrang, Harmestrang, Armstrong
A bit about this tartan...
The Armstrong Modern lightweight tartan. The Armstrong surname is thought to come from the Middle English words "strong" and "arm," and has also been rendered in Gaelic as MacGhillielaidir. First found in Cumberland, this well known Border surname is derived from the Norman surname "Fortenbras" and is an instance of a surname assumed from a personal attribute, strength of arm. Connect with Scottish Armstrong tartan customers around the world to celebrate your Armstrong heritage! The Armstrong tartan; Designed, developed & woven in Scotland so you can join the Armstrong Scottish tartan family wherever you are!