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Variations of this name: Hening, Henneker, Henniker, Hennings, Hennin, Hennigs, Hennig, Henniger, Hennicke, Haynin, Henninga.

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Origin, Meaning and Family History of the Henning Name

Henning Surname Name Meaning, Origin, History, & Etymology
Henning is a North German, Danish, Dutch, and Swedish last name deriving as a pet form or nickname for the personal (first) names Heinrich, Hans, or Johannes (longer German for of John). Henneke was a very popular diminutive of the masculine given name Johannes. In Low German, the suffix ing means “son of”, so the surname Henneke-ing meant, the son of Henneke, and was eventually corrupted to Henning.

In England, the aforementioned theory is likely the origin in most cases as western European names were brought over during the Norman Invasion of 1066 AD, but a second possibility for the English origin of the same is that it originated as a variant of the Scottish name Hanning (which may have been a locational name denoting a person from several places including: a) the llands of Haynyng in Dumfreisshire, b) Haining Castle in Strilingshire, or c) the village of Haining in Selkirk). These locations may derive their names from the Old English word heghen meaning “a farm or holding”. It should also be pointed out that in Britain, another line of thought is the name may have originated from the Old English word heyne, which meant a “mean person”, and possibly was a reference to the initial bearer. possessing this undesirable characteristic. The name was first found in county Norfolk.

Further, in Norway, it developed as a locational or habitational name for a person from a farm so named in Trøndelag.

The Henning surname is indigenous to areas of northern Germany such as Hannover, Hamburg, Holstein, Mecklenburg, and Pommern, as well as the villages of Stralsund and Greifswald near the Baltic Sea, and East Prussia. There were several knights in the middle ages named Johannes who are thought to be responsible for the spread of this name in these areas, including: Johannes Older (1290 AD, Straslund), Johannes Brunswick (1305 AD, Kolberg), Johannes Dotenberg (1326 AD, Greiffswald), and Earl Henning of Irkesleve (1330 AD, Haldslohe).

Spelling Variations
Common spelling variants or names with similar etymologies include Hanning, Henig, Hennin, Hennig (Silesia), Henegar, Henniger, Henninger, Hinningsen, Henigger, Hienegar, Henniker, and Henninga.

Popularity & Geographic Distribution
The last name Henning ranks 2,056th in popularity in the United Status as of the 2000 Census. The name ranks particularly high in the following six states: Wisconsin, Minnesota, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota.

The surname is popular in Germany (275th), Sweden (712th), Denmark (1,041st), Austria (2,379th), and Norway (1,776th).

The surname Isaac frequency/commonness ranks as follows in the British Isles: England (4,965th), Scotland (5,046th), Wales (18,969th), Ireland (5,083rd) and Northern Ireland (1,000th).  The name is also present throughout the remainder English speaking world:  Canada (5,102nd), New Zealand (8,144th), Australia (3,967th), and South Africa (323rd).

Henning Family Tree & Henning Genealogy
John Henning was born around 1500 AD in Poxwell, Doreset, England. He married a woman named Jane and he had a son with her named John. This John Henning Esquire was born in Poole, Dorset in around 1520. He married Dorothie Wareham and had a daughter with her named Elizabeth Henning who was born in 1570 and later married John Mitchell.

Hans Henning married Brita Mattsdotter and had a daughter named Geska Hansdotter Henning who was born in 1601. She married Hans Hornigk and had a daughter with her named Barbro Hansdotter Hornigk.

Christoffel Henning was born in Berlin, Germany in 1683. He married Antoinetta Anna Visser and had the following issue with her: Anna Elisabeth, Adriaan , Cornelia, Magdalena, and Johannes. His son Johannes Henning was born around 1695 in Paarl, South Africa. He married Anna Catharina Lourens and had the following children with her: Johannes Christoffel Henning.

Johannes Henning was born around 1643 AD. He married a woman named Sybilla with whom he had a son named Conradt.  Conradt was born in Goringen, Thuringia, Germany in 1685 and he married Gertrud, with whom he had a son named Johannes. This Johannes Henning was born in the same town in 1718. He married Johanneta Buchenau and he had the following children with her: Johanna Susanna Elizabeth, Johanna Christina Magdalena (Salzmann), Johann Adam, and Johann Simon. His son Johann Adam Henning was born in Fortha, Thuringia, Germany in 1755. He married a woman named Elizabeth and had the following issue with her: Simon, Christina Magdaelene (Huffman), Mary Anna (Kline), Catherine, Michael, Susanna (Seiler), Christian, Adam, Gabriel, William, Anna, and Sally. His son Adam was born in North Carolina in 1804. He married Ansora Ann Webster and had the following issue with her: Martha A.E., Archibald G., Nancy, Sarah Jane, Norma Ruth, John W., Elvira B., Sanford Ivan, and William Gabriel. His son John W. was born in Surrey County in 1848.

Early American and New World Settlers
Early settlers in colonial America bearing this surname include William Henning (Virginia 1654), Richard Henning (Maryland 1673), Thomas Henning (Maryland 1731), Hans Michel Henning (Maryland 1740), Thomas Henning (Maryland 1740), Hieronimus Henning (Pennsylvania 1743). The book Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers, mentions one bearers of this last name: Richard Hening or Henne, of Newbury, who had a son named Shubael in 1671. In Canada,one of the first bearers was Barbara Henning who came to Prince Edward Island in 1774.

Early Americans Bearing the Henning Family Crest
I researched the following three resources and did not find any coats of arms for YYY: Bolton’s American Armory, Matthew’s American Armoury and Bluebook, and Crozier’s General Armory.

Mottoes
I have identified the following Henning family mottoes and mottoes for similar spelling surnames:
1) Est decus in recto (Honour through rectitude)
2) Nobilitat plus virtus avis (More famed and stronger than my ancestors)
3) Deo duce (God as our guide)
4) Deus major columna (God is the greatest of supporters)

Grantees
We have 30 coats of arms for the Henning surname depicted here. The first two blazons (1-4) are from Bernard Burke’s book The General Armory of England, Ireland, and Scotland, which was published in 1848. The remainder of the blazons 5-32) are from Armorial General published in 1861 by the famous genealogist/heraldist Johannes Baptisa Rietstap. The bottom of this page contains the blazons, and in many instances contains some historical, geographical, and genealogical about where coat of arms was found and who bore it. One person who bore the Hemming Coat of Arms in Britain was:
1) Hennings, of Poxwell, Dorset: Barry undee of six argent and azure, on a chief azure three plates, 20 May, 1611, by Segar

Notables
There are hundreds of notable people with the Henning surname. This page will mention a handful. Famous people with this last name include: 1) Curt Henning (1958-2003) who was born in Robbinsdale, Minnesota, and was a professional wrestler in the AWA, WWF, WCW, and TNA, who was best known for his character Mr. Perfect from 1988-1996, although his career spanned several years before and after, 2) Andrew Harriot Henning (1863-1946) who was a lawyer and politician in Western Australia that was born in North Adelaide and educated at Prince Alfred College, 3) Anne Elizabeth Henning (1955) who was an American speed skater from Raleigh, North Carolina who broke the 500 and 1,000m world records in 1972, 4) Knut Uno Henning (1895-1970) who was a Swedish film, 5) Rasmus Henning (1975) who is a Danish athlete from Copenhagen who competes in triathlon, 6) Douglas James Henning (1947-2000) who was a Canadian magician and illusionist born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and 7) Daniel Ernest Henning (1942) who was a former professional football player in the AFL and a head coach for the Atlanta Falcons and San Diego Chargers.

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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) Henning - (Poxwell, co. Dorset; granted 20 May, 9 James I., 1610). (Wolveton, co. Dorset, with different crest) - Barry wavy of six ar. and az. on a chief gu. three plates. Crest—A seahorse ar. enclosing in his paws a plate.
2) Henning - - Gu. on a fesse betw. three mascles or, as many escallops of the field, on a bordure engr. of the second semee of torteaux.
3) Hening - (London; descended from co. Worcester). - Or, on a chev. sa. betw. three lions’ heads erased of the second as many pheons ar. Crest—On a chapeau az. turned up erm. a lion sejant of the last.
4) Henneker - or Henniker - (Newton Hall, co. Essex; granted 1765). Or, on a chev. gu. three estoiles ar. in chief two crescents az. in base an escallop of the last. Crest—An escallop or, charged with an estoile gu.
5) Henning - Silésie, Riga, Nördlingen - (Conc. d'arm., 1615) - Silésie, Riga, Nördlingen - (Conc. d'arm., 1615)De sable au lion naissant d'or supportant de ses pattes une église d'argent essorée de gueules à la champagne du second ch de trois coquilles d'argent Cimier le lion entre un vol coupé alternativement de sable et d'or Lambrequin d'or et de sable English: Sable a lion naissant or supporting in its paws a church argent roofed [pointed] gules with the base (field) of the second charged with three escallops argent Crest: the lion between a pair of wings per fess alternately sable and or Mantling: or and sable.
6) Henning - Courlande - (An., 10 mai 1566) - Courlande - (An., 10 mai 1566)D'azur à une poule d'argent crêtée et barbée de gueules perchée sur un chicot au naturel posé en bande poussant de chaque côté une branche feuillée de sinople Casque couronné Cimier la poule issante Lambrequin d'argent et d'azur English: Azure with a hen argent crested and barbed gules perched on a ragged staff proper placed bendwise bursting from each branch a leaf vert Crowned with a helmet Crest: the hen issuant Mantling: argent and azure.
7) Henning - Henning de Schönhoff - Prusse - (An., 18 fév. 1666) - Henning de Schönhoff - Prusse - (An., 18 fév. 1666)D'argent au chevron d'azur ch de trois roses de gueules Casque couronné Cimier le chevron entre un vol d'argent Lambrequin d'argent d'azur et de gueules English: Argent a chevron azure charged with three roses gules Crowned with a helmet Crest: the chevron between a pair of wings argent Mantling: argent azure and gules.
8) Henning - Henning de Wassem - P. de Cologne - Henning de Wassem - P. de CologneD'azur à une fleur-de-lis fendue d'or acc de trois étoiles du même rangées en chef English: Azure with a fleur de lys split (broken) or accompanied by three etoiles of the same arranged in chief.
9) Hennings - Poméranie - (An., 24 sept. 1790) - Poméranie - (An., 24 sept. 1790)Écartelé aux 1 et 4 d'or à une aigle éployée de sable diadémée d'or aux 2 et 3 d'azur à une colonne d'ordre corinthien d'or surmontée d'un listel d'argent bordé d'or ch des mots EST DECUS IN RECTO en lettres de sable Deux casques couronnés Cimiers 1° l'aigle du 1 Lambrequin d'or et de sable 2° les meubles du 2 Lambrequin d'or et d'azur Supports deux lions regardants d'or Devise NOBILITAT PLUS VIRTUS AVIS English: Quarterly 1st and 4th or with an eagle displayed sable haloed or 2nd and 3rd azure with a column [pillar] of the Corinthian Order or surmounted by a lintel argent fimbriated or charged with the words EST DECUS IN RECTO in letters sable Crowned with two helmets Crests: 1st an eagle of the 1st Mantling: or and sable 2nd the charges of the 2nd Mantling: or and azure Supporters two lions reguardant or Motto: NOBILITAT PLUS VIRTUS AVIS.
10) Hennings - Brunswick - (An., 1730). Orig. de Danemark - Brunswick - (An., 1730). Orig. de DanemarkD'azur à la bande d'argent ch de deux roses de gueules Casque couronné Cimier un vol aux armes de l'écu (sur l'aile dextre la bande est transformée en barre) English: Azure a bend argent charged with two roses gules Crowned with a helmet Crest: a pair of wings with the arms of of the shield ( over the wing dexter the bend is transformed bendwise sinister ).
11) Hennin - Barons de Fosseux - Hainaut - (M. ét.) - Barons de Fosseux - Hainaut - (M. ét.)De gueules à la bande d'or ch en haut d'un lion d'azur English: Gules a bend or charged with a lion azure above.
12) Hennin - Bade - (Barons du St.-Empire, 1629; comtes en Lorraine, 1726) - Bade - (Barons du St.-Empire, 1629; comtes en Lorraine, 1726)De gueules à un vaisseau à trois voiles d'argent ch chacune d'une croix de gueules le vaisseau soutenu d'une mer d'azur Tenants deux chevaliers croisés Devise DEO DUCE English: Gules with a three masted ship three sails argent charged each having a cross gules the three masted ship standing on a sea azure Supporters: two knights charged with a cross Motto: DEO DUCE.
13) Hennin - Dieupart (P. de Liège) - Dieupart (P. de Liège)Coupé au 1 d'argent à trois feuilles de houx de sinople rangées en fasce les tiges en bas au 2 de gueules à trois glands d'or aux coques d'argent tigés et feuillés du même rangés en fasce les tiges en bas Cimier une feuille de houx de sinople la tige en bas English: Per fess 1st argent three leaves of holly vert arranged fesswise the stems downwards 2nd gules three acorns or the shell argent stemmed and leaved of the same arranged fesswise the stems downwards Crest: a leaf of holly vert the stem downwards.
14) Hennin - Comtes de Bossu - Hainaut - (Comtes, 1555 M. ét.) - Comtes de Bossu - Hainaut - (Comtes, 1555 M. ét.)De gueules à la bande d'or Casque couronné Cimier une coupe couverte d'or entre deux cornes de buffle du même English: Gules a bend or Crowned with a helmet Crest: a covered cup or between two buffalo horns of the same.
15) Hennin - Vexin - Demande de Règl. d'arm. en 1779. A cette famille appartenait P. M. , auteur d'ouvrages de Numismatique - Vexin - Demande de Règl. d'arm. en 1779. A cette famille appartenait P. M. , auteur d'ouvrages de NumismatiqueCoupé au 1 d'argent à une hirondelle volante de (sable) au 2 d'azur à un globe English: Per fess 1st argent with a swallow flying of ( sable ) 2nd azure with a globe. (Tinctures missing)
16) Hennin - Flandre française - Flandre françaiseD'azur à une demi-fleur-de-lis d'or défaillante à senestre acc de trois molettes du même rangées en chef Cimier un buste de More tortillé d'argent entre vol d'azur English: Azure a demi fleur de lys or missing to the sinister accompanied by three mullets of the same arranged in chief Crest: a bust of Moor wreathed argent between pair of wings azure.
17) Hennigs - Allemagne - AllemagneD'argent à une poule de sable sur une terrasse de sinople Casque couronné Cimier une demi-vol de sable Lambrequin d'argent et de sable English: Argent with a hen sable on a mount vert Crowned with a helmet Crest: a single wing sable Mantling: argent and sable.
18) Hennigs - von Hennigs - Prusse, Suède - von Hennigs - Prusse, SuèdeÉcartelé aux 1 et 4 d'or à l'aigle éployée de sable aux 2 et 3 d'azur à une tour d'argent Casque avec lambrequins d'or et d'azur Cimier l'aigle éployée English: Quarterly 1st and 4th or with an eagle displayed sable 2nd and 3rd azure with a tower argent helmet with Mantling: or and azure Crest: an eagle displayed.
19) Hennig - Prusse - (An., 10 sept. 1840) - Prusse - (An., 10 sept. 1840)Parti au 1 d'argent à un arbre de sinople au 2 d'azur à trois étoiles d'or Cimier une étoile d'or entre un vol d'argent et d'azur English: Per pale 1st argent with a tree vert 2nd azure three etoiles or Crest: an estoile or between a pair of wings argent and azure.
20) Hennig - Bavière - (Conc. d'arm., 5 mai 1556) - Bavière - (Conc. d'arm., 5 mai 1556)Écartelé aux 1 et 4 d'or à une aigle naissante de sable aux 2 et 3 d'argent à une tête de More bandée de gueules aux boucles d'oreille d'or Bourlet de sable et d'or Cimier l'aigle issante (An 1 avril 1843) Écartelé aux 1 et 4 d'or à une aigle naissante de sable aux 2 et 3 d'azur à une tête de More bandée de gueules aux boucles d'oreille d'or Casque couronné Cimier l'aigle issante Lambrequin à dextre d'or et d'azur à senestre d'or et de sable English: Quarterly 1st and 4th or with an eagle naissant sable 2nd and 3rd argent a head of a Moor bendy gules ear-rings or wreath on the helmet sable and or Crest: an eagle issuant (From 1st April 1843) quarterly 1st and 4th or an eagle naissant sable 2nd and 3rd azure with a head of a Moor bendy gules ear-rings or Crowned with a helmet Crest: an eagle issuant Mantling: to the dexter or and azure to the sinister or and sable.
21) Hennig - Hennig de Hennisky - Allemagne - Hennig de Hennisky - AllemagneD'azur à une poule d'argent Casque couronné Cimier trois épis feuillés au naturel English: Azure with a hen argent Crowned with a helmet Crest: three tufts leaved proper.
22) Henniger - Henniger de Seeberg - Bohême - (Conf. de nob., 1420; chevaliers, 1423; barons, 21 fév. 1744) - Henniger de Seeberg - Bohême - (Conf. de nob., 1420; chevaliers, 1423; barons, 21 fév. 1744)De gueules à trois croissants d'argent posés et rangés en bande Casque couronné Cimier un demi-vol aux armes de l'écu English: Gules three crescents argent placed and arranged bendwise Crowned with a helmet Crest: a single wing with the arms of of the shield.
23) Henniger - Henniger de Wallersbrunn - Silésie - Henniger de Wallersbrunn - SilésieDe gueules à un loup naissant d'argent Casque couronné Cimier le loup issant English: Gules with a wolf naissant argent Crowned with a helmet Crest: the wolf issuant.
24) Hennicke - Saxe - (Nob. et chevalerie du St.-Empire, 22 juillet 1728) - Saxe - (Nob. et chevalerie du St.-Empire, 22 juillet 1728)De sable au lion d'or le champ chapé-ployé à dextre de gueules et à senestre d'argent Casque couronné Cimier le lion issant entre un vol l'aile dextre taillée de sable sur gueules à la barre d'argent brochant sur le taillé l'aile senestre tranchée de sable sur gueules à la bande d'argent brochant sur le tranché Lambrequin à dextre d'or et de sable à senestre d'argent et de gueules (Barons du St-Empire 8 fév 1741) De sable au lion d'or couronné du même armé et lampassé de gueules le champ chapé-ployé à dextre de gueules et à senestre d'argent Trois casques couronnés Cimiers 1° et 3° une queue de paon au naturel Lambrequin d'argent et de gueules 2° le lion issant Lambrequin d'or et de sable Supports deux lions d'or armés et lampassés de gueules (Comtes du St-Empire 7 sept 1745 M ét le 11 déc 1753) Les armes de 1741 les supports couronnés d'or English: Sable a lion or the field chape ploye [division top centre curved to dex & sin base] to the dexter gules and to the sinister argent Crowned with a helmet Crest: the lion issuant between a pair of wings the wing dexter per bend sinister sable over gules with the bend sinister argent covering over the per bend sinister the wing sinister per bend sable over gules a bend argent covering over the per bend Mantling: to the dexter or and sable to the sinister argent and gules ( Barons of st. Empire 8th February 1741 ) sable a lion or crowned of the same armed and langued gules the field chape ploye [division top centre curved to dex & sin base] to the dexter gules and to the sinister argent Crowned with three helmets Crests: 1st and 3rd a tail of peacock proper Mantling: argent and gules 2nd the lion issuant Mantling: or and sable Supporters two lions or armed and langued gules ( Counts of St. Empire 7th September 1745 and 11th December 1753) the coat of arms of 1741 has the Supporters crowned or.
25) Henniker - Henniker de Newton - Essex - (Baronet, 2 nov. 1813) - Henniker de Newton - Essex - (Baronet, 2 nov. 1813)Écartelé aux 1 et 4 d'or au chevron de gueules acc en chef de deux croissants d'azur et en pointe d'une coquille du même (Henniker) aux 2 et 3 d'azur à trois colonnes d'ordre corinthien 2 et 1 sommées chacune d'une boule le tout d'or (Major) Cimiers 1° un bras paré de gueules retroussé d'argent le coude ch d'un besant d'argent la main de carnation empoignant un bâton d'or en fasce (Major) 2° une coquille d'or ch d'une étoile rayonnante de gueules Devise DEUS MAJOR COLUMNA English: Quarterly 1st and 4th or a chevron gules accompanied by in chief two crescents azure and in base an escallop of the same ( For Henniker ) 2nd and 3rd azure three columns [pillars] of the Corinthian Order 2 and 1 surmounted by each a ball all or ( For Major) Crests: 1st an arm clothed [dressed] gules cuffed argent the elbow charged with a bezant argent the hand carnation holding in its fist a baton or fesswise ( For Major) 2nd an escallop or charged with an etoile rayonny gules Motto: DEUS MAJOR COLUMNA.
26) Henniker - Henniker-Major - Baron Henniker - Irlande - (Baronet, 8 juillet 1765; baron Henniker dans la pairie d'Irl., 30 juillet 1800; baron Hartismere, dans la pairie du Royaume-Uni, 13 juillet 1866) - Henniker-Major - Baron Henniker - Irlande - (Baronet, 8 juillet 1765; baron Henniker dans la pairie d'Irl., 30 juillet 1800; baron Hartismere, dans la pairie du Royaume-Uni, 13 juillet 1866)Les armes cimier et devise précédents Supports à dextre un cerf d'argent colleté d'une couronne de chêne de sinople à laquelle est suspendu un écusson de gueules ch d'une coquille d'or à senestre une loutre d'azur colletée d'une couronne d'or à laquelle est suspendu un écusson aux armes de Major. (Baron Henniker). (Newton Hall, co. Essex, bart.).Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or, a chev. gu. betw, two crescents in chief, and in base an escallop az., for Henniker; 2nd and 3rd, az. three columns or pillars of the Corinthian order, on the top of each a ball or, for Major. Crests—1st, Major: A dexter arm embowed, habited gu. cuffed ar. charged on the elbow with a plate and holding in the hand ppr. a baton or; 2nd, Henniker: An escallop or, charged with an estoile gu. Supporters—Dexter, a stag ar. gorged with a chaplet of oak leaves ppr. therefrom pendent a shield gu. charged with an escallop or; sinister, an otter az. ducally gorged or, pendent therefrom a shield of the arms of Major. Motto—Deus major columna.
27) Haynin - Hainaut - HainautD'or à la croix engrelée de gueules Casque couronné Cimier un vol à l'antique d'or ou deux pieds de cerf de gueules onglés de sable les ongles en haut English: Or a cross engrailed gules Crowned with a helmet Crest: a pair of wings ancient or (alternatively) two feet of a stag gules unguled sable the toes upwards.
28) Haynin - de Haynin - Baron de Borchgrave - Flandre - (Mem. de la Soc. d'études de Cambrai) (Daniel de Borchgrave (1550-1590) - de Haynin - Baron de Borchgrave - Flandre - (Mem. de la Soc. d'études de Cambrai) (Daniel de Borchgrave (1550-1590)D'or à la croix ancrée de gueules chargée en coeur d'une étoile d'argent English: Or with the cross cercele gules charged in the centre with an etoile argent.
29) Haynin - Haynin ou Hennin - Flandre - Haynin ou Hennin - FlandreD'or à la croix engrelée de gueules acc au premier canton d'un croissant du même Variante des armes des Hayzzin en Hainaut qui portent seulement la croix ou celle-ci acc au 1 une hure de sanglier de sable défendue d'argent Les H de la Vallée en Brabant remplacent le croissant par une étoile enfin Henri d'H prêtre figure dans l'armorial de 1696 Flandres porte d'or à la croix engrelée de gueules à la bordure engrelée de même English: Or a cross engrailed gules accompanied by in first quarter a crescent of the same (variants have only the cross or 1 boar's head sable armed argent, others replace the cross with a star, finally another source has the cross engrailed gules and a bordure engrailed of the same)
30) Haynin - Haynin ou de Hennin - Ath - Fer de reliure de Jean de Hennin, échevin d'Ath, en 1616 - Haynin ou de Hennin - Ath - Fer de reliure de Jean de Hennin, échevin d'Ath, en 1616D'or à la croix engrelée de gueules acc au premier quartier d'un trèfle Casque avec lambrequins Cimier une hure de sanglier de sable défendue d'argent entre un vol à l'antique English: Or with the cross engrailed gules accompanied by of first quarter a trefoil helmet with Mantling: Crest: a head of wild boar sable tusked argent between a pair of wings with ancient.
31) Haynin - Haynin de La Vallée - Brabant - Haynin de La Vallée - BrabantD'or à la croix engrelée de gueules acc au 1 d'une étoile du même Cimier un griffon issant d'or English: Or a cross engrailed gules accompanied by in 1st quarter an etoile of the same Crest: a griffin issuant or.
32) Henninga - Frise, Amsterdam - Frise, AmsterdamCoupé au 1 d'azur à une cuirasse d'argent au 2 d'or à trois clous de sable les pointes en bas disposés en éventail Cimier la cuirasse entre deux proboscides coupées alternativement d'or et de sable English: Per fess 1st azure with a breastplate (armour) argent 2nd or three nails sable the points downwards arranged in a fan Crest: the breastplate between two proboscides per fess alternately or and sable.

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