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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) (borne by Admiral Sir Richard Keats, G.C.B., of Dorrsat House, Dover, Governor of Greenwich Hospital). Pean three mountain cats pass. in pale ar. on a canton or, a fesse gu. surmounted by an anchor of the third, encircled by a wreath of laurel vert, for Keats; quartering or, a lion pass. guard. sa. on a chief gu. three lozenges vair, for Goodwin. Crest—On a naval coronet or, a tiger statant guard, ppr. charged on the body with an anchor sa. Supporters—Dexter, a triton in the act of blowing a cone shell all ppr. a ribbon round his neck white, edged blue, therefrom pendent a gold medalhon representing Victory crowning Britannia; sinister, a sea lion ppr. gorged with a collar az. rimmed or, thereon the word "Superb" in letters of gold, beneath the collar the ribbon and medallion as the dexter.
2) (cos. Berks and Gloucester). Ar. three mountain cats pass. in pale sa. Crest—A mountain cat, as in the arms.
3) (The Hoo, co. Herts, bart., extinct 1657). Ar. three mountain cats pass. in pale sa.
4) (Woodford, co. Essex, and Grovehurst, co. Kent). Same Arms. Crest—A mountain cat pass. sa.

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

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Keats Coat of Arms Meaning

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