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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) Az. a lion ramp. ar.on a label of three points gu. nine bezants. Crest—On a chapeau gu. turned up erm. a lion pass. or, gorged with a label of three points of the first. Source: Burke's General Armory.
2) Erm. a cow statant gu. within a bordure sa. bezantee. Crest—On a chapeau gu. turned up erm. a cow’s head (sans attire) couped sa. bezantee. Motto—Amour de la bonte. Source: Burke's General Armory.
3) Erm. a hind tripping gu. Source: Burke's General Armory.
4) (Harristown, co. Kildare. Arms registered and crest granted by Hawkins, Ulster, 24 June, 1774, to Bartholomew Cowell, Esq., of Harristown). (Rev. George Young Cowell, M.A. of Garrison, co. Fermanagh, vicar of Lea, Portarlington and canon of St. Brigid’s, Kildare, and Andrew Richard Cowell, M.D. of Cullentra, co. Wexford, late Bombay Army, sons of George Clayton Cowell, Esq., of Garrison, who was grandson of Richard Cowell, of Ballymore Eustace, son of Thomas Cowell, of Harristown, brother of Bartholomew Cowell, the grantee and son of Bryan Cowell, of Logadowden, co. Dublin) Erm. a hind trippant gu. Crest—A lion pass. guard. gu. ducally crowned and plain collared or. Motto—Fortis et celer. Source: Burke's General Armory.
5) Erm a hind trippant [gu] Crest: a stag's head. - Motto: Pax et amicitia Bookplate Rev. David Cowell, 1704- 60, Trenton, N. J. (Source: Bolton's American Armory)

Origin, Meaning, Family History and Cowell Coat of Arms and Family Crest

Cowell Coat of Arms Meaning

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