Rutledge Family Crest, Coat of Arms and Name History

Rutledge Family Coat of Arms

Rutledge Family Coat of Arms

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Rutledge Coat of Arms Meaning

Rutledge Name Origin & History

Variations of this name: Ruttledge.

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Rutledge Coat of Arms Meaning

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Origin, Meaning and Family History of the Rutledge Name

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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) (Cornfield, co. Mayo; exemplified to Rev. Francis Lambert, of Cornfield, on his assuming, by royal licence, 1819, the surname and arms of Rutledge in lieu of Lambert). Ar. a stag trippant ppr. on a chief engr. az. three estoiles wavy or. Crest—An oak tree ppr. depending from a dexter branch thereof by a riband az. an escutcheon or. Motto—Verax atque probus.
2) (Dublin; exemplified to David Watson Ruttledge, Esq., on his assuming, by royal licence, 1834, the surname and arms of Ruttledge, in lieu of Watson, in compliance with the desire of Robert Ruttledge, Ksq., of Bloomfield, co. Mayo). Ar. a stag trippant ppr. on a chief engr. az. three estoiles wavy or. Crest—An oak tree ppr. pendent from a dexter branch thereof by a riband az. an escutcheon or. Motto—Verax atque probus.
3) (Cornfield, co. Mayo; exemplified to Rev. Francis Lambert, of Cornfield, on his assuming, by royal licence, 1819, the surname and arms of Rutledge in lieu of Lambert). Ar. a stag trippant ppr. on a chief engr. az. three estoiles wavy or. Crest—An oak tree ppr. depending from a dexter branch thereof by a riband az. an escutcheon or. Motto—Verax atque probus.
4) (Dublin; exemplified to David Watson Ruttledge, Esq., on his assuming, by royal licence, 1834, the surname and arms of Ruttledge, in lieu of Watson, in compliance with the desire of Robert Ruttledge, Ksq., of Bloomfield, co. Mayo). Ar. a stag trippant ppr. on a chief engr. az. three estoiles wavy or. Crest—An oak tree ppr. pendent from a dexter branch thereof by a riband az. an escutcheon or. Motto—Verax atque probus.

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