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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) or Newson - (co. Lancaster, 1567). Az. on a fess ar. three crosses crosslet gu.
2) (co. Warwick). Ar. on a fess sa. three crosses crosslet of the field. Crest—A lion's gamb gu. holding a crescent or.
3) (co. York). Sa. on a fesse ar. three crosses patonce of the first, on a canton of the second a spearhead gu. Crest—A sword erect ar. enfiled with a thistle ppr.
4) (confirmed by Roberts, Ulster, 1647, to Edward Newsam, fourth Captain in the regiment under command of Colonel James Castell; descended from the co. York). Sa. on a fess ar. three crosses patonce of the first, on a canton of the second a spearhead gu. Crest—A sword erect enfiled with a thistle ppr.
5) (Knighton, co. Worcester, and Chadshunt, co. Warwick; Herald’s Visit.). Sa. on a fess ar. three crosses crosslet of the field.
6) (co. Lancaster; originally from co. Warwick). Az. on a fesse ar. three crosses crosslet gu. Crest—A boar’s head erased or, charged on the cheek with a crosslet gu. Some branches of the family, and also the co. Warwick family, have borne ar. on a fess sa. three crosslcts of the field.
7) (Major Newsome, R.E.). Az. on a fess ar. cotised or, three crosses crosslet of the field. Crest—A sword erect pierced through a thistle ppr.

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

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Newsam Coat of Arms Meaning

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