Blaker Coat of Arms
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Blazons & Genealogy Notes
1) (Salisbury, 1613). Or, a chev. pean betw. three men’s heads in profile couped ppr. crined sa. Crest—A demi horse sa. ducally gorged or.
2) (Portslade, co. Sussex, granted 19 February, 1616, the late representative of the family, Nathaniel Blaker, Esq., of Portslade, d. in 1815, leaving seven sons and several daughters). Ar. a chev. erm. betw. three Moors' heads in profile, couped ppr. crined or. Crest—A horse’s head sa. bridled and maned or.
3) Azure a sea-bull or, tail targant.
Origin, Meaning and Family History of the Blaker Name
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Blaker Coat of Arms Meaning
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