Ianson Coat of Arms / Family Crest


British Isles

Blazon description

(originally of cos. Westmoreland and York, subsequently of co. Northampton, and finally of co. Dorset; derived through James I’anson, of Hawkeswell, Richmond, captain of a man-of-war, temp. Henry VIII, from a noble famlly in France; the Iast male heir, John Bankes I’anson, Rector of Corfe Castle, d. 28 Oct. 1799, when the representation of the family devolved on his first cousin, the dau. of his uncle, John l’anson, Esq., Mary, wife of Samuel Fyler Esq.). Quarterly, az. and gu. a cross patonce and a chief or. Crest—A griffin’s head betw. two wings ppr.

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