Dalston Coat of Arms / Family Crest


British Isles


British Isles


Europe - see blazon Dalston Coat of Arms / Family Crest 2

Blazon description

(Dalston Hall, co. Cumberland, bart., extinct 1765, descended from Robert de Dalston, younger brother of Hubert de Vaux, Lord of Gillesland, who assumed his name from his residence, his descendant Sir Wm. Dalston, was created a bart. 1641, for his loyalty to Charles I. Visit. Cumberland, 1615). Ar. a chev. (sometimes, engr.) betw. three daws’ heads erased sa. beaked or. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, a falcon’s head ppr.

(Acornbank, co. Westmoreland, a branch of Dalston, of Dalston, derived from a younger son of Thomas Dalston, temp. Henry VIII.). Same Arms and Crest.

Cumberland – (Baronet, 15 fév. 1640-41. M. ét. le 7 mars 1765) – D’argent au chevron de sable acc de trois têtes de vautour du même becquées d’or Casque couronné Cimier une tête de faucon au naturel

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