Clan Lundin of that Ilk in Fifeshire and Forfarshire, Scotland; descended from Robert de London, who went to Scotland during the Civil War between King Stephen of England and the crown claimant Empress Matilda. Robert's sons, Philip and Malcolm de Lundin were granted lands respectively in fifeshire and Forfarshire. Malcolm's son Thomas Durward was doorward to William the Lion. Durward's daughter married Robert, son of King William the Lion of Scotland, and his son, Alan was Justiciar of Scotland, assumed the title of Earl of Athol and married a daughter of King Alexander II of Scotland. Prince Robert assumed the name of Lundin, becoming founder of the Lairds of Lundin, and thus the family used the Scottish royal arms within the border gobonée.
Arms: Or, a lion rampant gules, armed and langued azure, within a double tressure flory counter-flory of the second, all within a bordure gobonée azure and argent.
Crest: Out of an antique crown or, a lion affrontée gules, holding in the dexter hand a sword erect, and in the sinister a thistle slipped all proper.
Motto: Dei dono sum quod sum (By the grace of God, I am what I am).