Polk Family Crest, Coat of Arms and Name History

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Sir George Pollock
Field Marshall Sir George Pollock, 1st Baronet of The Kyber Pass

Sir Frederick Pollock
Sir Frederick Pollock, 1st Baronet of Hatton (1783-1870)

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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) (Overpollock, co. Renfrew, 1672). Vert a saltire or, betw. three hunting horns in fess and base ar. garnished gu. Crest—A boar pass, shot through with a dart ppr. Motto—Audacter et strenue.
2) (Temple Hatton, co. Middlesex, bart., 1866). Az. three fleurs-de-lis within a bordure engr. or, a canton erm. thereon a portcullis of the second. Crest—A boar pass. quartered or and vert, pierced through the sinister shoulder with an arrow ppr. Supporters—On either side a talbot sa. gorged with a collar and therefrom pendent a portcullis or. Motto—Over the crest: Audacter et strenue.
3) (Montagu-Pollock, bart., 1872). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, az. three fleurs-de-lis within a bordure embattled or, and for an honourable augmentation in respect of the late baronet’s distinguished services in the Afghan war, on a chief of the second an Eastern crown gu. superscribed “Khyber,” and on a canton erm. three cannons fessways in pale sa.; 2nd and 3rd, per pale ar. and gu. four lozenges conjoined in fess counterchanged. Crests—1st: A lion ramp. guard. ar. adorned with an Eastern crown or, holding in his dexter paw in bend an Affghan banner displ. gu. bordered or and vert, the staff broken in two, and in his sinister paw a part of the broken staff, and in an escroll over the same this motto, “Affghanistan”; 2nd: A boar pass. quartered, embattled or and vert, pierced through the sinister shoulder with an arrow ppr. and in an escroll over the same this motto, “Audacter et strenue”; 3rd: A griffin’s head couped erminois, wings endorsed and collared crminca, and in an escroll over the same this motto, “Spectemur agendo.”
4) Az 3 fleurs-de-lis, 2 and 1 arg Crest: a boar pierced by an arrow [the boar quart or and vert?]. (Motto: Audacter et strenue Bookplate A. Russell Pollock.) (Source: Bolton’s American Armory).
5) (Overpollock, co. Renfrew, 1672). Vert a saltire or, betw. three hunting horns in fess and base ar. garnished gu. Crest—A boar pass, shot through with a dart ppr. Motto—Audacter et strenue.

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