Clan Spalding of Ashintully, Perthshire, Scotland; descended from Spalding in Lincolnshire, England, the name was first recorded in Scotland when John de Spaldyn witnessed a grant in 1294. John de Spauyding petitioned Edward I of England in 1304 for timber to build his church at Duffus. In 1318, Peter de Spalding, burgess of Berwick, aided Robert the Bruce during the siege of the town, and was granted lands in Ballourthye and Pitmachie in Angus. The Spaldings of Ashintully were officially recognised as a clan in 1587 but later fell into abeyance.and are now awaiting recognition again from the Lord Lyon Court.
Arms: Or, a two handed sword paleways azure.
Crest: A gateway proper with the portcullis half raised gules.
Motto: Nobile servitium (Service is noble.)