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Sunday, April 03, 2011

Courtenay Coat of Arms?

submitted on Monday, February 21, 2011 at 00:13:34

e_mail: jdfp@buzzassociates.co.uk
ancestor: Early 1800s Powderham Branch?

comments: I am seeking to identify a coat of arms as follows:

Crest - coronet with ostrich plumes (no dolphin)

Motto - Ubi lapsus Quid feci

Shield - divided into two halves by vertical line (impaled)

Husband's side (LHS) Courtenay shield with gold ground, 3 red roundels with the addition of 5-pointed star (mullet)in red. This latter may be a 'mark of cadency' implying the shield is that of the 3rd son of the current family head.

Wife's side (RHS) Unknown shield with silver ground, blue chevron, above which is a horizontal row of 4 blue dagger-like crosses pointing downwards.


Can anyone help with names or possible dates please?

1 comment:

  1. Possibly the arms of Hollins of Moseley, Staffordshire - Argent a chevron azure in chief four crosses formée fitchée of the second.
    Crest: A dexter hand pointing with two fingers to a star proper.

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