Port Family Crest, Coat of Arms and Name History

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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) or Porte – (Etwall, co. Derby; Sir John Port, Knt., of Etwall, son of Sir John Poet, Judge of the King’s Bench, by his wife, the heiress of Fitzherbert, of Etwall, left three daus. his co-heirs, Elizabeth, m. Sir Thomas Gerard, Knt., of Bryn, Sheriff co. Lancaster, 1558; Dorothy, m. George, fourth Earl of Huntingdon: and Margaret, m. Sir Thomas Stanhope, Knt., Shelford, M.P.). Az. a fess engr. betw. three pigeons, each having in the beak a cross formée fitchée, all or.
2) or Porte – (co. Derby). Az. a fess engr. cotised betw. three pigeons, each having in the beak a cross formée fitchée, all or.
3) (Poole, co. Dorset). Gu. on a chev. betw. three portcullises or, five roses of the first.
4) (Basing, co. Hants, temp. William I.). Barry of six az. and ar. (another, or and az.) a saltire gu.
5) (Eardisley Castle, co. Hereford, temp. Henry II.). Ar. a chev. az. on a chief of the second three estoiles or.
6) or De Port – (Sheepshead, co. Leicester). Ar. two bars az. over all a saltire gu.
7) or Porte – (co. Stafford). Same Arms. Crest—A hand erect holding a pistol ppr.
8) (Ham, co. Stafford). Vert a fess engr. ar. cotised of the last betw. three pigeons, each holding in the beak a cross formée fitchée or.
9) or Porte – (co. Stafford). Az. a fess engr. or, betw. three pigeons, each bearing in the beak a cross pattée fitchée ar.
10) Az. a fess engr. betw. three eagles close holding in the beak a cross pattée fitchée or. Crest—An eagle’s head erased, holding in the beak a cross as in the arms.
11) Az. two dolphins addorsed ar. betw. seven crosses crosslet (another, fitchée) or, on a chief gu. three leopards’ faces of the third.

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