Flower Family Crest, Coat of Arms and Name History

Flower Family Coat of Arms

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1) (Viscount Ashbrook). (co. Nottingham; granted 1681). Ar. two chevronels betw. three ravens ppr. each holding in the beak an erm. spot sa. betw. the chevronels three pellets. Crest—A raven, as in the arms. Supporters—Two tigers reguard. ppr. ducally gorged and chained or. Motto—Mens conscia recti.
2) (Fun. Ent. 1674, Captain Thomas Flower, buried at Finglas, co. Dublin). Ar. on a chev. betw. three ravens, each holding an erm. spot in the beak all sa. three mullets of the first.
3) (Fun. Ent. 1681, Sir William Flower, buried at Finglas, co. Dublin). Gu. three towers ar.
4) (confirmed by St. George, Ulster, 1681, to Captain Thomas Flower, nephew to Sir William Flowes, Colonel of one of His Majesty’s Regiments of Guards). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. two chevronels betw. three ravens, each holding in the bill an erm. spot all sa. betw. the chrevronels three pellets; 2nd and 3rd, gu. three towers ar. Crest—A raven holding an erm. spot sa.
5) (certified, 1655, by Carney, Ulster, as the arms of Lieut. Peter Flower; descended from Flower, of Estham, co. Kent). Erm. a cinquefoil vert, on a canton or, a cross crosslet fitchee gu. Crest—A boar statant az. armed, hoofed, and bristled or, langued gu.
6) (Whitwell, co. Rutland; descended from William Flower, High Sheriff of the co. 10 Richard II. Her Visit. 1618). Ermines a cinquefoil erm. Crest—A flower erm. foliated vert.
7) (Hucknall and Langer, co Notts.; Edward Flower, B.D., and Thomas Flower, kinsmen. Visit. Notts, 1614 and 1631). Erm. a cinquefoil ermines. Crest—A lion’s head erased ar.
8) (co. Brecon). Sa. a cinquefoil erm.
9) or Flowre (cos. Kent, Northampton, and York). Erm. a cinquefoil gu. Crest—A lion’s head erased sa.
10) (co. York; arms of William Flower, Norroy King of Arms, temp. Queen Elizabeth). Ermines a cinquefoil pierced ar. Crest—A lion's head erased ar. charged with a mullet gu.
11) (Isle of Ely, co. Cambridge). Per fesse ar. and az. in chief two fleurs-de-lis gu. in base one or. Crest—A stork with wings elevated ppr. beaked and legged gu.
12) (Park Hill, Croydon, co. Surrey). Or, two flannches vert, in pale three escutcheons of the last, each charged with a fleur-de-lis of the field. Crest—Issuant from clouds a cubit arm erect, in the hand a rose and lily each slipped ppr. Motto—Flores curat Deus.
13) (Lobb, co. Oxford, and Woodford, co. Essex, bart.). Per pale az. and gu. a unicorn or, on a chief invecked erm. three gillyflowers ppr. over the centre flower a sword in bend dexter also ppr. pommel and hilt gold, surmounted saltireways by a key of the last. Crest—A demi lion per pale erm. and erminois, gorged with a chain within a collar gemel or, in the dexter paw a gillyflower ppr. Supporters—Dexter, a unicorn or, collared az. therefrom pendent an escutcheon erm. charged with a key erect gold, holding in the mouth a gillyflower ppr.; sinister, a roebuck ppr. collared az. therefrom pendent an escutcheon erm. charged with the mace, representing that of the city of London erect or, in the mouth a gillyflower as the dexter. Motto—Perseverando.
14) Same Arms and Crest as Viscount Ashbrook.
15) (Chilton, co. Wilts). Sa. a unicorn pass, or, on a chief ar. three pinks gu. stalked and leaved vert. Crest—A unicorn’s head couped ar.
16) or Flore - Az. a fleur-de-lis and a bordure or.
17) (Aston Clinton, co. Buckingham; confirmed to Philip William Flower, of Furzedown Park, co. Surrey, and his issue. His eldest son, Cyril Flower, Esq., of Aston Clinton, M.P. co. Brecknock, impales the arms of de Rothschild in right of his wife, Constance, eldest dau. of Sir Anthony de Rothschild, bart.). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or, two flaunches vert, in pale three escutcheons of the last, each charged with a fleurde-lis of the field, for Flower; 2nd and 3rd, ar. two chevronels sa. betw. three roses gu., seeded or, barbed ppr., for Wykeham. Crest—Issuant from clouds a cubit arm erect, in the hand a rose and lily, each slipped all ppr. Motto—Flores curat Deus.

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