The two coats of arms above are the Scottish version on the left and the Irish version on the right.
Origin Displayed: Scottish
Origins Available: Scottish, English, Irish
Spelling variations include: Stewart, Steward, Stillbhard (Gaelic) and others.
First found in Oswestry, Shropshire where they had been granted lands by William the Conqueror, their liege Lord.
Some of the first settlers of this name or some of its variants were: James Stuard who settled in Virginia in 1651; Henry Stuart settled in Virginia in 1653; Robert in Virginia in 1652; Robert settled in Jamaica in 1689.
(Above is a small excerpt from our 1800 word history)
Motto Translated: Courage grows stronger at the wound.
Some noteworthy people of the name stewart
Alexander stewart (1214-1283) Scottish regent of Scotland
Alexander stewart (c.1343-c.1405) Scottish Earl of Buchan
Charles Edward Louis Philip Casimir stewart (1720-1788) It/Sc soldier/prince
Henry Benedict Maria Clement stewart (1725-1807) Scottish Duke of York
James stewart (1243-1309) Scottish Steward of Scotland
James Francis Edward stewart (1688-1766) English soldier
John stewart (c.1381-1424) Scottish soldier
Walter stewart (d. 1177) Steward of Scotland
Walter stewart (1293-1326) soldier
Alexander Turney stewart (1803-1876) Ir/Am merchant
Balfour stewart (1828-1887) Scottish physicist
Douglas Alxender stewart (1913-1985) NZ/Aust author
Dugald stewart (1753-1828) Scottish philosopher
Frances Teresa stewart (1647-1702) Scottish Duchess of Richmond and Lennox
John Young stewart (1939-) Scottish original name of Jackie Stewart
James Maitland stewart (1908-) American film actor
James Stuart stewart (1896-1890) Scottish preacher and writer
Robert Michael Maitland stewart (1906-1990) English Labour politician
Dave A stewart English musician
Jackie stewart (1939-) Scottish F1 racing driver/team owner
Rod stewart (1945-) English singer
James stewart (1908-) American actor
Patrick stewart (1940-) English actor
Martha stewart (1942-) American American television personality
James stewart (1913-1993) Eng/Am original name of Stewart Granger