Booker Family Crest, Coat of Arms and Name History

Booker Family Coat of Arms

Booker Family Coat of Arms

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Booker Coat of Arms Meaning

Booker Name Origin & History

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Booker Coat of Arms Meaning

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Origin, Meaning and Family History of the Booker Name

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1) (London, from Woodbouse, co. Nottingham). Or, an eagle displ. vert, ducally gorged of the first, beaked and membered gu. within a bordure az. charged with three fleurs-de lis gold. Crest—A swan ppr. collared and lined az.
2) (Velindra House, co. Glamorgan). Arms, the same. Crest—A demi eagle displayed. Motto—Ad coelum tendit.
3) (granted to Josias Booker, Jun., Esq., of Demerara, West Indies, Lieut.-Col. Demerara Militia, eldest son of Josias Booker, of Poplar-grove, Allerton, near Liverpool). Or, within a bordure az. charged with four fleurs-de-lis and four mullets alternately of the first an eagle displ. vert gorged with an annulet gold. Crest—On a mount vert a swan ppr. collared and lined and charged on the breast with a fleur-delis az. Motto—Deo non fortuna.
4) or Boocher - (London). Granted to [???} Booker, alias Boocher, of London, England, by William Segar, Clarenceux - The same, but with eight fleurs-de-lis.
5) (borne as an impalement by Thomas Cosby, Esq., of Vicarstown, Queen’s Co. (b. 1742), in right of his wife, Frances Booker). Ar. an eagle displayed vert crowned or, within a border az. charged with eight fleurs-de-lis of the third.

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