O’Crouley Coat of Arms / Family Crest

O’Crouley

British Isles

O’Crouley

British Isles

O’Crouley

British Isles

O’Crouley

British Isles

Blazon description

(a Sept in Connaught, deriving their name from Dermot, called Cruath Locha, the Hardy Champion, who was descended from McDermot, of Moylurg). Az. a boar pass. betw. three crosses crosslet or. Crest—An arm erect couped below the elbow, vested gu. holding in the hand ppr. a spear, bend sinisterways, point upwards, also ppr.

(Chiefs of Kilshallow, a territory west of Bandon, co. Cork; descended from Connaught). Ar. a boar pass. az. betw. three crosses crosslet gu.

(City of Limerick, and Cadiz, in Spain; allowed by Hawkins, Ulster, 1771, to Peter Alphonso O’Crouley, of the latter place, son of Jeremiah O’Crouley of Limerick, who emigrated to Cadiz; descended from Cormick O’Crouley, of Carbery, co. Cork). Same Arms. Crest—A naked arm erect couped below the elbow gu. holding a spear in bend, point upwards, ppr. Motto—Spero in Deo.

(Tome, in the Barony of Carbery, co. Cork; Fun. Ent. Ulster’s Office, 1637, Ellice, dau. of Dermot Mac Teige O’Crouley, of that place, m. Donough O’Leary, of Dromcar, co. Cork). Same Arms.

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