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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) (Charlecote, co. Warwick; the original surname of the Lucys was Chaslecote, derived from the village of that name, co. Warwick, conferred by Henry de Montfort upon, and confirmed by Richard I. to Sir Walter be Charlecote. His son and heir was called Sir William de Lucy; Dugdale supposes his mother might have been an heir of some branch of the feudal house of Lucy; from that period it has been known as Lucy of Charlecote, and has always enjoyed an eminent station amongst the gentry of England). Ancient Arms— Vair three lucies haurient ar.
2) (Charlecote, co. Warwick; the original surname of the Lucys was Chaslecote, derived from the village of that name, co. Warwick, conferred by Henry de Montfort upon, and confirmed by Richard I. to Sir Walter be Charlecote. His son and heir was called Sir William de Lucy; Dugdale supposes his mother might have been an heir of some branch of the feudal house of Lucy; from that period it has been known as Lucy of Charlecote, and has always enjoyed an eminent station amongst the gentry of England). Gu. semee of crosses crosslet three lucies haurient ar. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet gu. a boar’s head erect ar. guttee de poix betw. two wings erect sa. billettee or. Motto—By truth and diligence.
3) (Baron Lucy; vested since the death of Maude, Countess of Northumberland, temp. Henry IV., dau. of Thomas, second Baron Lucy, in the descendant, if any, of Joane, dau. of Anthony, first baron, and her husband, Sir William Melton, Knt. Anthony Lucy, descended from Richard de Lucie, Governor of Faleis, Normandy, temp. King Stephen, was summoned to Parliament, 1320). (Broxbourne, co. Herts, bart., extinct 1759; Richard Lucy, second son of Sir Thomas Lucy, Knt., of Charlecote, m. Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir of Sir Henry Cock, Knt., of Broxbourne, and was created a bart. 1618). Gu. three lucies haurient ar.
4) (granted to William Lucy, Esq., Mayor of Birmingham). Erm. on a pile betw. two pikes haurient in base gu. a pike also haurient betw. three cross crosslets ar. Crest—On a mount vert a boar’s head gu. issuant from a wreath of oak ppr. betw. two wings barry of six ar. and gu. Motto—En avant.
5) (London, formerly of Antwerp). Az. a crescent ar. Crest—A crescent, as in the arms.
6) (co. Dorset). Gu. a pike haurient or.
7) (co. Kent). Gu. semee of crosses crosslet three lucies haurient or.
8) Gu. three lucies haurient ar. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet a boar erm. armed or.
9) Gu. three lucics haurient ar. betw. nine crosslets or. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, a boar's head betw. two wings sa. billettee of the first.
10) Az. (another, gu.) crusily or, three lions ramp. ar.
11) Ar. a lion ramp. gu. betw. three trefoils slipped vert.
12) Gu. three pikes naiant in pale ar. (another adds, a bordure of the last).
13) Gu. three pikes haurient, a bordure engr. ar.
14) Gu. three pikes haurient inverted betw. seven crosses crosslet or, three, two, and one.
15) (Egremont and Cockermouth, co. Cumberland, temp. Richard I.). Gu. three lucies hauriant ar.
16) (London). Az. a crescent ar. Crest—A crescent ar.
17) (co. Kent). Gu. three lucies hauriant or, betw. the two in chief a cross crosslet of the second.

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

Lucy Coat of Arms Meaning

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