Mann Family Crest, Coat of Arms and Name History

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1) (Linton, co. Kent, bart., extinct 1814: descended from Edward Man, Esq., of Ipswich, co. Suffolk, temp. Charles I.). (Norwich, co. Norfolk). Sa. on a fesse embattled counter-embattled betw. three goats pass. ar. as many pellets. Crest—A demi dragon, wings endorsed sa. guttée d’eau, inside of wings and talons ppr. Motto—Per ardua stabilis.
2) (Broadoak, co. Essex). (Ireland; Reg. Ulster’s Office). Or, a chev. ermines betw. three lions ramp. sa. Crest—A tower or, issuant from the top five tilting spears ppr. Motto—Virtus vincet invidiam.
3) (Dunmyle and Corvey, co. Tyrone; confirmed to Deane Mann, Esq., of Dunmoyle, and the descendants of his grandfather, Henry Mann). Or, on a chev. engr. ermines betw. three lions ramp. sa. a trefoil of the first. Crest—A tower or, charged with a trefoil vert issuant from the battlements five spears ppr. Motto—Virtus vincit invidiam.
4) (Earl of Cornwallis. See Cornwallis, Marquis and Earl of Cornwallis, extinct 1852. James Cornwallis assumed, 1814, by royal licence, the surname of liis mother's family, Katharine, sister of Sir Horatio Mann, last bart. of Linton, when the following coat was exemplified to him; he s. as fifth Earl of Cornwallis, 1824). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, sa. on a fesse counter-embattled betw. three goats pass, ar. as many pellets, for Mann; 2nd and 3rd, sa. guttée d’eau on a fesse ar. three Cornish choughs ppr., for Cornwallis. Crests— 1st : A demi dragon sa. guttée d’eau, for Mann; 2nd, on a mount vert a stag lodged reguard. ar. attired and unguled or, gorged with a chaplet of laurel vert, vulned in the shoulder ppr., for Cornwallis.
5) Ar. three antique boots sa. spurs or. Crest—A demi man ppr. wreathed about the temples and loins vert, holding over the dexter shoulder an arrow ppr.
6) Edle von Tiechler auf Langenbrück - Bavière - (An., 24 janv. 1618; chevaliers, 9 août 1788) - Écartelé aux 1 et 4 de gueules au léopard de aux 2 et 3 d'or à un sauvage de carnation brandissant une massue de sa main senestre au-dessus de sa tête Casque couronné Cimier un lion issant.
7) La Haye - Coupé de sable sur or à un homme armé de toutes pièces tenant une épée haute le tout de l'un en l'autre Cimier deux proboscides coupées alternativement d'or et de sable.
8) Augsbourg - Écartelé aux 1 et 4 de sable à la fasce bretessée d'argent ch de trois tourteaux du champ et acc de trois boucs passants du second () aux 2 et 3 de sable semé de larmes d'argent à la fasce du même ch de trois choucas au naturel (Cornwallis) Cimiers 1° un dragon ailé de sable semé de larmes d'argent issant () 2° un cerf regardant d'argent ramé et onglé d'or colleté d'une couronne de laurier de sinople couché sur un mont de sinople l'épaule ensanglantée (Cornwallis) Supports deux cerfs d'argent colletés chacun d'une couronne de laurier de sinople Devise VIRTUS VINCIT INVIDIAM (V Cornwallis marquis Cornwallis).
9) (co. Lancaster). Per fesse embattled ar. and az. three goats pass. counterchanged, attired or.
10) (Long Sutton, co. Lincoln). Or, three chevronels sa. in chief as many pellets.
11) (Bullinbrooke, co. Lincoln). Per fesse embattled ar. and gu. three goats pass. counterchanged.
12) (Newcastle). Sa. on a fesse betw. three goats pass, ar. as many pellets.
13) or Mann (Ipswich, co. Suffolk: granted 2 March, 1692). Sa. on a fesse counter-embattled betw. three goats pass. ar. as many pellets. Crest—A demi dragon with wings endorsed ar. guttée de poix.
14) (London). Az. on a fesse counter-batelly betw. three goats pass. ar. as many pellets. Crest—A dragon’s head betw. two dragons' wings expanded gu. guttee d'or.
15) Or, a fesse cotised az.
16) Amsterdam - D'azur à la croix ancrée d'argent Casque couronné Cimier la croix.
17) de Man - Furnes, Bruges - D'argent à trois rencontres de boeuf de sable accornées d'or.
18) de Man - Nimègue - D'argent au lion d'azur armé et lampassé de gueules.
19) de Man - Delft - D'argent au chevron de gueules acc de trois têtes de More tortillées du second le tout acc d'un lambel à trois pendants de gueules en chef.
20) de Man - Anvers - (An., 1 avril 1744. M. ét. le 24 nov. 1746) - Parti au 1 d'argent au chevron de gueules acc de trois têtes de More tortillées du second à la bordure engrelée de gueules (de Man) au 2 d'azur à un homme armé de toutes pièces d'argent la visière levée tenant de sa main dextre un marteau d'argent (Broeckmans).
21) de Man - Anvers - (An., 20 août 1740) - D'argent au lion naissant de gueules couronné d'or Casque couronné Cimier le lion issant (Quelques membres de cette fam ont porté pour cimier une sirène) (V Nolthenius de Man).
22) (anciennement Die Man ou 'S Mans) - de Man - Gueldre, Hollande - De sable à la fasce d'argent acc de trois aigles d'or Casque couronné Cimier un panache de dix plumes d'autruche disposées sur deux rangs 5 et 5 les quatre extérieures de sable les autres d'or Lambrequin d'or et de sable.

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