Hugesson Coat of Arms / Family Crest


British Isles


British Isles

Blazon description

(The Paddock, co. Kent; granted to Hughe Hugessine by the Duke of Vandomme, and subsequently confirmed to his descendants in England, by a grant in 1624 from Sir William Segar). Ar. on a mount vert in base an oak tree ppr. betw. two boars combatant sa. armed and tusked or. Crest—A tree, as in the arms, betw. two wings az.

(Linsted, co. Kent). Or, on a mount an oak tree ppr. betw. two boars combatant az. Crest—An oak tree betw. two wings erect.

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