Quinan Coat of Arms / Family Crest


British Isles

Blazon description

(granted by Betham, Ulster, 1833, to Thomab Quinan, Esq., Leeson Street, Dublin, son of Michael Quinan, M.D., and grandson of Michael Caiian, who claimed descent from the Sept of O’Cahan). Quarterly, 1st, barry of four ar. and gu. in chief three estoiles az.; 2nd, out ef a crescent a dexter hand betw. a horse counter-ramp. and a lion ramp. all of the first; 3rd, in dexter three lizards in bend sinister, and in sinister an oak tree eradicated vert; 4th, in base a salmon naiant ppr. Crest—A squirrel holding in the paws an oak tree fructed all ppr. Motto—Qui non patriam amat.

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