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Hartcup A coeur valliant, rien impossible. To a valiant heart, nothing is impossible.
Carnagie, Carnegie Alis aspicit astra. Flying, he keeps his eye on the stars.
Perrott Amo, ut invenio. I love as I find.
Bacchus, Bedingfield, Buller, Chinn, Drake, Flounders, Gothard, Graves, Greaves, Illidge, Manningham-Buller, Wedderburn, Weston The eagle does not catch flies.
Bennet, Bennett, Creswell, Germain, Sackvill(e), Yoda? Aut nunquam tentes, aut perfice. Either do not attempt, or complete.
Bysse Bis vincit qui se vincit. He conquers twice who conquers himself.
Becher Bis vivit qui bene vivit. He lives twice who lives well.
Boss Cada uno es hijo de sus obras. Every man is the son of his works.
Acraman, Anstey, Beadon, Berens, Bower, Brownlow, Bunbury, Butler, Cambridge, Cook, Coutts, Croft, Cust, Davies, Deline, Frank, Grattan-Guinness, Graves, Hall, Harmer, Hill, Hood, Longley, Lukis, Maitland, Manning, Mathie, Miller, Partridge, Pickard-Cambridge, Round, St. Paul, Savory, Sheriff, Sherrif, Sturges, Swyne, Thurston, Turnour, Woodcock, Womack Esse quam videri. To be, rather than to seem.
Wells In scientia veritas in arte honestas. In science truth, in art honour.
Haslen, Hasler Qui nucleum vult, nucem frangat. Who so wishes the kernel must crack the nut.
Wilson Sequitur patrem non passibus aequis. He follows his father with unequal steps.
Petty Ut apes, geometriam. As bees, geometry.
Hoskyns Vincula de linguae vel tibi linguae dabit. Lay restraint on thy tongue or thy tongue will lay it on thee.
Mackenzie Virtute et valare luceo non uro. By virtue and valour I shine, but do not burn.
Scarta, Scarth, Scras, Scrase Volando, reptilia sperno. Flying, I despise reptiles.
McGilevray, McBean, Gillies, MacPherson, McGilleray, Gillespie, Gillis, Grant, Keir-Mackintosh, McCombie, McCrombie, McGillivray, McIntosh, Mackintosh Touch not the cat without a glove.
(Touch not the cat, but a glove.)
Robertson, Forbes Dinna waken sleeping dogs.
Crockett Crow not, croke not.
Order of the Garter Honi soit qui mal y pense. Shame to him who evil thinks.
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Q. What's the difference between a Coat of Arms & Family Crest?
A. A coat of arms technically refers to the cloth covering worn by knights over their armor to display their arms. Arms are the correct term used to describe what we call today a Coat of Arms or Family Crest, with a Crest being the charge (symbol) over the helmet, so both terms coat of arms and family crest are the same thing.
Q. Why is the Surname History Origin and Coat of Arms Origin different?
A. The history reflects certain information about the surname, but as people move around and names change Coats of Arms may be granted in different countries, but we may have other origins available (see question below).
Q. I want a different Coat of Arms origin than that displayed do you have any more origins for this surname?
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Q. I can't find my surname on your database, what should I do?
A. This database is not a complete listing for every surname we have a coat of arms for, if you contact us, we will do a search on your surname to see what we have available.
Q. I need to see the Coat of Arms before I order?
A. As we draw each coat of arms on a per customer basis, we are unable to send samples or display all our coats of arms on our database.
When searching for a coat of arms from countries other than England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, they are reffered to by different names, in
Germany: Wappen, Familienwappen, Blasonierung, Heraldik, Wappenschablonen
Netherlands: Wapen, Wapenschid, Heraldiek, Familiewapen
Sweden: Slaktvapen, Heraldik
Poland: Herby, Herb, Herbu, Herbarz
Spain: Heraldica de Apellidos, Escudo, Heraldaria
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