Carter-Campbell Of Possil, Scotland. It represents the union of two land owning families in 1864: the Carters of Castle Martin, County Kildare, Ireland and the Campbells of Possil Lanarkshire, Scotland.
The armorial bearings of these two individual families (shown below) were officially combined by the Lord Lyon King of Arms in Scotland to form the Carter-Campbell of Possil Armorial Bearings.
The Campbell of Possil crest, crest badge and motto were incorporated into the amalgamated coat of arms (see to the right of this page).
Read more about Carter-Campbell Of Possil: Portrait Gallery, Motto, Notable Bearers, Union of The Two Families, More Family Portraits, Signet Rings, Tartans, Clan Campbell of Possil Family Mausoleum, Torosay Castle, Isle of Mull, See Also, External Links
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