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Ordo Ab Chao

Mylne Family
The Mylne Family
Hereditary Master Masons to the King of Scots

Arms of Rev Robert Scott Mylne

The master masons to the crown of Scotland and their works, by Rev Robert Scott Mylne

The Mylne Family Book, by Robert W. Mylne

Wikipedia - John Mylne (d. 1621)

Wikipedia - John Mylne (d. 1657)

Wikipedia - John Mylne (1611–1667)

Wikipedia - Robert Mylne (mason)

Wikipedia - Robert Mylne (architect)

Wikipedia - William Chadwell Mylne15256181222995446831255006830548

Wikipedia - Robert William Mylne

Wikipedia - Robert Scott Mylne

 

Masters of Works to the Crown of Scotland, from The Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland (SocAntScot.org), by Rev. Robert Scott Mylne

Master Wrights of Scotland, from The Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland (SocAntScot.org), by Rev. Robert Scott Mylne

 

 

The grave of John Mylne,
Master Mason to the King of Scots,
in Greyfriars Kirkyard in Edinburgh

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From ‘A System of Heraldry’, by Nisbet, Vol 1, Pages 125/126:

The cross moline, as I said before, must be pierced round or square, to distinguish it from the cross anchorie; and it is carried by some representing the Ink of the Mill, as relative to the name. As by the name of Mill and Miller.

ROBERT MYLNE of Balfargie, (his arms and descent are thus in the Lyon Register), his Majesty's Master Mason, nephew and representer of the deceast John Mylne, late Master Mason to his Majesty; which John was lawful son to the deceast John Mylne, also his Majesty's Master Mason; and which John was lawful son to the deceast John Mylne, likewise his Majesty's Master Mason; and which John lawful son to the deceast Thomas Mylne, likewise his Majesty's Master Mason; and which Thomas was son to the deceast Alexander Mylne, also his Majesty's Master Mason; and which Alexander was son of the deceast John Mylne, also his Majesty's Master Mason; by virtue of a gift granted to him thereof by King James III. carries for arms, or, a cross moline azure, square pierced of the field between three mullets of the second; crest, Pallas's head couped at the shoulders proper, vested about the neck vert, on the head a helmet azure, a beaver turned up, and on the top a plumash of feathers gules: motto, Tam in arte quam Marte. Lyon Register.

THOMAS MYLNE of Muirton, or, a cross moline azure, pierced lozenge-ways of the field betwixt three mullets of the second, within a bordure invected sable; crest, a dexter hand holding a folding book, proper: motto, Efficiunt clarum studia. Lyon Register.

JAMES MILL of Balweylo, or, a cross moline ingrailed azure between three, mullets of the last; crest, a cross moline situate in the sea, proper, surrounded with two stalks of wheat, disposed orle-ways: motto, Clarum reddit industria. Lyon Register.

ROBERT MILNE, Writer in Edinburgh, or, a cross moline azure, pierced lozenge-ways, between three mullets of the last, within a bordure nebule of the second; crest, a martlet volant argent: for motto, Ex Industria, and of late, Prudenter qui sedulo. Lyon Register.
Robert Mylne, Writer in Edinburgh

JAMES MILNE of Blairton, Merchant in Aberdeen, or, a cross moline azure, pierced oval-ways of the field, betwixt three mullets sable, all within a bordure waved of the second; crest, a galley with oars erect in saltier, proper: motto, Dat cura commodum. Lyon Register.

 

 

An Ordinary of Scottish Arms, by James Balfour Paul, Lord Lyon
Vol 1. Page 66 & 67:

Or, a cross moline az. quarterpierced of the field between three mullets of the second. Milne of Balfarge.

Or, a cross moline engrailed az. between three mullets of the second. Milne of Balwyllo.

Or, a cross moline az. pierced lozenge-ways of the field between three mullets of the second, within a bordure nebuly of the last. Robert Milne, writer, Edinburgh.

Or, a cross moline az. pierced lozenge-ways of the field between three mullets of the second, within a bordure invected sa. Milne of Mureton.

Or, a cross moline az. pierced lozenge-ways of the field between three mullets of the second. Sir John Mylne, Governor of Guernsey (1759).

Or, a cross moline az. quarterpierced of the field between three mullets of the second. Robert Mylne, architect, London (1767).

Or, a cross moline az. pierced of the field, on a chief gu. a stag at gaze between two cross crosslets arg. Milne of Melgum (1867).

Or, a cross moline az. quarterpierced of the field between three mullets of the second, within a bordure gu. William J. H. Mylne of Amwell Grove, co. Hertford (1891).

 

 

 

 

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