Ogg Coat of Arms / Family Crest


British Isles

Blazon description

(Hampton House, Brentwood, co. Essex; Sir William Anderson Ogg, Knt., of Hampton House, Sheriff of Londuu and Middlesex 1881-2, son of Robert Ogg, of Arbroath. North Britain). Az. a saltire betw. two towers triple towered, one in chief and the other in base, and as many stags heads couped in fesse all or. Crest—Within two arms couped at the shoulders erect and emhowed vested az. cuffed or, holding betw. the hands a thistle ppr. a wreath of oakleaves vert. Motto—Fugiendo vincimus.

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