Faulkner Family Crest, Coat of Arms and Name History

Faulkner Family Coat of Arms

Faulkner Family Coat of Arms

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Variations of this name: Faulconer, Faukenner, Faukenor, Fauconer, Falkiner, Falkner, Falconer, Faulconnier.

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1) (Sloane Street, Chelsea). Paly of six sa. and or, on a chief ar. a falcon close ppr. Crest—A dragon’s head and neck, wings addorsed, couped at the shoulders ppr.
2) (confirmed to Hugh Faulkner, Esq., of Castletown, co. Carlow, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff, 1847). Az. a falcon rising ar. ducally crowned or, and charged on the breast with a human heart gu. betw. two estoiles in chief and a trefoil in base of the second. Crest—On a mount vert an angel in a praying posture or, within an orle of laurel ppr. Motto—Vive ut vivas.
3) Ar. three falcons gu. Crest—A lure or, betw. two falcons’ wings ppr.
4) Or, two bars gu. surmounted by a bend sa. a bordure az. Crest—A cross moline, pierced gu.
5) (co. Hants). Paly of six ar. and sa. on a bend vert three trefoils slipped ar.
6) (co. Leicester). Ar. three falcons gu.
7) (co. Northampton). Ar. three falcons gu. a bordure of the last.
8) Sa. three falcons volant ar. membered or.
9) (co. Surrey). Paly of eight ar. and sa. over all on a bend of the last three cinquefoils or. Crest—A falcon ppr. belled or.
10) Paly of eight az. and ar. on a bend gu. three trefoils or.
11) Ar. three falcons gu. in chief as many pellets.
12) (Sir John le Fauconer, Knt., of Derby and Notts, temp. Edward I.). Ar. three falcons belled gu.
13) (confirmed to Richard Henry Fitz-Richard Falkiner, Esq., of Mount Falcon, co. Tipperary, and Kilmakuddrick, co. Dublin, J. P.). Or, three falcons close ppr. in the centre chief point a mullet gu. Crest—A falcon's lure ppr. charged with a mullet gu. betw. two wings az. Motto—Fortuna favente.
14) (Anne Mount, co. Cork, bart.). Or, three falcons close ppr. belled gu. a mullet for diff. Crest—A falcon’s lure ppr. betw. two wings az. Motto—Fortuna favente.
15) (Abbotstown, co. Dublin, bart., extinct 1815). Or, three falcons close ppr. belled gu.
16) (Dublin; Daniel Falkiner, merchant, 1729). Ar. three falcons gu. jessed and belled or. Crest—A hawk's lure ppr. the string nowed betw. a pair of wings ar.
17) (Castle Town, co. Carlow; Hugh Falkner, Esq., J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff, 1847). Az. a falcon rising ar. ducally crowned or, charged on the breast with a human heart gu. betw. two estoiles in chief and a trefoil in base of the second. Crest—On a mount vert an angel in a praying posture or, within an orle of laurel ppr. Motto—Vive ut vivas.
18) Ar. three hawks’ heads erased gu. Crest—On the stump of a tree ppr. an escutcheon pendent.
19) (Halkerton, co. Kincardine, Lord Falconer, of Halkerton, 1647; the eighth lord s. in 1778 to the earldom of Kintore). Gu. three hawks' lures or; afterwards, Or, a falcon’s head ppr. issuing out of a man's heart gu. betw. three mullets az.; since the beginning of the 17th century, Az. a falcon displ. betw. three mullets ar. on his breast a man’s heart gu. Crest—An angel in a praying posture or, within an orle of laurel ppr. Supporters—Two falcons ppr. Motto—Vive ut vivas.
20) (Sir David Falconer, of Newton, nephew of the first and father of the fifth Lord Halkerton). Or, a falcon’s head crowned with an antique crown issuing out of a man’s heart all ppr. betw. three mullets az. Crest—A falcon perched within two branches of laurel ppr. Motto—Armis potentius aequum.
21) (Balmakellie, Scotland). Or, a falcon’s head issuing out of a heart all ppr. betw. three stars az. on a chief gu. as many bezants. Crest—A falcon rising ppr. Motto—Fortiter sed apte.
22) (London, 1680). As Balmakellie, with the chief waved for diff. Crest—A falcon rising ppr. Motto—Vi et industria. His grandson and representative, in 1720, bore, Or, a hawk’s head issuing from a heart ppr. betw. three mullets az. on a bordure vert four bezants. Crest—A hawk perching ppr. Motto—Virtus potentior auro.
23) (Phesdo, Scotland). Or, a falcon’s head issuing out of a man’s heart ppr. betw. three mullets az. all within a bordure of the last charged with eight plates. Crest—A falcon perching and hooded ppr. Motto—Paratus ad aethera.
24) (Lentran, co. Inverness, 1868). Ar. a falcon’s head ppr. issuing out of a man’s heart gu. betw. three mullets az. a bordure of the last. Crest—A man’s heart gu. winged with two falcons’ wings ppr. Motto—Cordi dat animus alas.
25) (co. Derby). Ar. three martlets gu. in chief as many ogresses.
26) (co. Hants, and Cogenhoe, co. Northampton). Sa. three falcons ar. beaked and legged or. Crest—A garb or, banded ar.
27) (co. Leicester). Ar. three falcons close gu.
28) (Lord Mayor of London, 1414). Paly of six ar. and sa. on a bend vert three trefoils slipped or. Crest—A trefoil slipped or.
29) Tournai - Écartelé aux 1 et 4 d'or à la bande d'azur chargé de trois roses de gueules aux 2 et 3 de sinople à cinq losanges d'argent rangés en croix.
30) Flandre - Denis-Pierre, commissaire de S.M. Danoise - D'or à trois roses de gueules boutonnées d'or acc de deux faucons au naturel chaperonnés de gueules.
31) Dunkerque - D'azur au faucon contourné d'argent posé sur un poing ganté du mesme issant du côté dextre de l'écu.
32) ou Fauconnier - Basse-Marche, Poitou - (Petiet) - Coupé d'argent sur gueules à trois branches de sinople feuillées du même fleuries d'azur posées sur un tertre de sinople le tout brochant sur le coupé Casque couronné Cimier les branches Lambrequin d'argent et de gueules.
33) Nuremberg - D'azur à un faucon essorant au naturel perché sur un chicot d'or posé en bande tenu par une main d'argent en pal mouv de la pointe l'écu bordé d'or Casque couronné Cimier un faucon essorant au naturel Lambrequin d'or et d'azur.
34) Bâle - Coupé au 1 d'azur à un soleil d'or au 2 d'or à un faucon essorant au naturel chaperonné de gueules posé sur un tertre de sinople Deux casques couronnés Cimiers 1° un faucon contourné d'argent chaperonné de gueules entre deux proboscides de sable 2° le soleil entre une ramure de cerf d'azur Lambrequin d'argent et d'azur.
35) Falkner de Sonnenburg- Bavière - (An., 18 déc. 1724) - D'argent à faucon au naturel becqué membré et colleté d'or posé sur un croissant figuré et versé du même Casque couronné Cimier le faucon essorant Lambrequin d'argent et d'azur.

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