Rothery Family Crest, Coat of Arms and Name History


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The English surname Rothery is patronymic, meaning that it is derived from the first name of the father. Rothery is derived from the Welsh personal name Rhydderc, so ap-Rhydderc simply refers to “son of Rhydderc,” or simply “son of Rhydderc.”. In addition to Prothero, Prytherch, and Prythuch, people choose to Anglicise Rothery, which is derived from the English equivalent of Rhydderc, Roderick. Roderickson is another English version of the name. “Hrodric” means literally “fame and rule” in Old High German, the name Roderic being derived from that name.

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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) Ar. two bendlets gu. Crest—On a tower ar. a demi lion ramp. gu.
2) (Little Thorpe, co. York). Per bend or and gu. two bendlets indented counterchanged. Crest—A tower ar. charged with two bendlets indented, and issuant from the battlements thereof a demi lion gu. holding with his dexter paw three arrows, one in pale and two in saltire ppr. Motto—Festina lente.

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