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

Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) (co. York; granted 9 Oct. 1573). Or, on a pile engr. sa. betw. two fountains three crosses crosslet of the first.
2) (co. York; granted 9 Oct. 1573). Or, on a pile engr. sa. betw. two fountains three crosses crosslet of the first.
3) (co. York; granted 9 Oct. 1573). Or, on a pile engr. sa. betw. two fountains three crosses crosslet of the first.
4) (Waltham Lodge, Chelmsford, co. Essex). Same Arms. Crest—A moor-cock, wings expanded, per bend sinister sa. and gu. combed and wattled of the last, ducally gorged and charged on the breast with a cross crosslet or.

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