Schultz Family Crest, Coat of Arms and Name History

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Schultz Name Origin & History

Variations of this name: Schultze, Schulz, Schulze, Schultse, Schoultz.

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Schultz Coat of Arms Meaning

Three heraldic symbols present in the Schultz Coat of Arms (erroneously called the Schultz Family Crest) include the bull, estoile, and horse.

Bulls, and their close relations, cows, calves, oxen and the buffalo are relatively recent additions to the art of heraldry (and it is not always possible to distinguish between them in their renderings). They can be found in a variety of poses and may have horns, hooves and collared in a different colour. The writer Guillim noted that the prescence of a bull could signify “valour and magnanimity”.

There were of course many widely recognised symbols that existed long before the advent of heraldry and it should be no surprise that some of these were adopted as charge in coats of arms. The estoile is a typical example, reflecting the stars in the sky and represented with six wavy points, often with a little shading to give it some depth. The ancient writer Guillim assigns these symbols as the emblems of God’s goodness”.

In the mediaeval period there was no real percieved difference between real and mythical animals, after all, much of the world remained unknown and who was to say what strange and magical creatures existed in distant lands? Nevertheless, real animals are perhaps one of the most common sights on coats of arms, especially animals of European origin. The horse Is a typical example of these.

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Origin, Meaning and Family History of the Schultz Name

Schultz Surname History, Name Meaning,  Origin, and Etymology
This primarily German last name develops from a position or title, that of a head or headman of a village in medieval times or the Middle Ages in Europe, deriving from the Middle High German word shultheize. This term denoted a man who was responding for collecting dues/taxes from the inhabitants (serfs or tenants) and giving them to the lord of the manor or estate. The word is a compound of schula (debt or due) and heiz (to command). By the 1200s AD, the name evolved to refer to the head of a village or an alderman (similar to what we call a city councilor today). Others translate the name as a local law enforcement officer such a police officer, bailiff, magistrate, or mayor.

A second origin theory is that this is an occupational surname for person who made or painted shields for soldiers, deriving from the Middle Dutch or Middle High German world schilt, meaning shield, and the name first took root in Holland.

Although a name of German ancestry originally, it is also present to some extent throughout Scandinavia. One source asserts the name was first documented in Switzerland. The name is also present in the Jewish community, where it may have been adopted to refer to a rabbi, the head of the religious community, or the head of the synagogue, a Jewish place or worship. It also may be a locational/habitational name in some cases, as there are several places throughout Europe named as such (ex. Szulcz, Poland).

Spelling Variations
Common spelling variants or names with similar etymologies include Schulze, Schulz, Schult, Schulter, Schultze, Schulthe, Schulthiss, Schulte, Schulez, Schullz, Scholz, and numerous other spellings that can be found in Germany, Poland, Austria, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Slovakia, and Czech Republic. In Silesia, a historic region of Central Europe consisting of parts of Germany, Poland, and Czech Republic, the spelling is Scholz or Scholtz.

Popularity & Geographic Distribution
The last name Schultz ranks 261st in popularity in terms in the United Status as of the 2000 Census. The name ranks particularly high in the following eight states: Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota, and North Dakota. The name is also popular in German, where it ranks 191st, as well the surrounding countries: Denmark (88th), Norway (636th), Austria (3,041st), Switzerland (2,928th), and Sweden (590th). It ranks 585th in Canada, 466th in Australia, 519th in South Africa, and 1,810th in New Zealand. The name is uncommon in the British Isles. The spelling variant Schulz ranks 9th in German, 202nd in Austria, and 1,234th in the United States.

Early Bearers of the Surname
1) Godescalus Shulte was a burger of Hamburg in 1290 AD.
2) Cuonradus Schultus was documented in Zurich in 1259 AD.
3) Barolt de Sculte in Haldensleben in 1350 AD.
4) Nicholas Schultetus was recorded in Chemnitz in 1357 AD.
5) Klaus Schultz was recorded in Ratsherren 1476 AD.

Schultz Genealogy & Pedigree
The branches of the Schultz family tree are too numerous to discuss or depict here, but we will offer a few particular lineage of descendants for the ancestry of this family.

Jurgen Schultz was born around 1600 and he had a son named Samuel. Samuel was born in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern around 1640 and he married twice: Ilsabe Schroder and Catharina Wihnecke. They had several issue together, including Georg (also Jurgen) Schultz who was born in Gallien, Mecklenburg in 153. He had several issue, including Georg Friedrich Schultz who was born in Ridala, Estonia in 1689. He married Juliana Eleanora Vick and he had 15 children with her. One child was Carl Gustav Schultz who was born in Laane-Nigula in 1732. He had a son with the same name. His son Carl Gustav Schultz was born in Laane-Nagula in 1768. He married three times: Augustine Bornwasser, Charlotte Marie Ebderhard, and Johanna Juliane Eberhard. He had a son named August Konstantin Schultz.

Gerbrand Christopher Schultz was born in Denmark around 1640 AD and he married Maren Jensdatter, with whom he had three issue: Lucas, Jens, Lorents, and Mette.

John Schultz was born in Prussia around 1863. He married Franciska Ptaszynska in Northumberland, Pennsylvania in 1889 and had the following issue with her prior to his 1940 death in Michigan: Joseph J., Anna M, Francis Aloysius, Stanley Kazmer, Marie (Weyersmiller), Leo Walter, Casimir, Cecelia E. (Malkiewicz), and Edmund D. His son Francis (Frank) was born in Shamokin, PA in 1892. He married Antoninette Nowak in Detroit, MI in 1912 and had the following issue with her: Helen, Agnes (Bayones(, Clara (Baones), Geraldine (Kramer), Del (Uchwal), Frank, Irene (Wyrembelski), Pat (Kennedy), and three others.

Early American and New World Settlers
Early settlers in colonial America bearing this name include Anna Elizabeth Schultz (New York 1710), Andreas Schultz (New York circa 1710), Michael Schultz (New York circa 1710), Johann Adam Schultz (New York circa 1710), and Hendrich Schultz (Pennsylvania 1727). In Canada, some of the earliest bearers of the Schultz surname were Ferdinand, George, Josephus, Philipina, and Sabina, who came to Nova Scotia in 1757. Some of the earliest bearers in Canada were Carl and Johann Schultz who came to Quebec in 1850. In Australia, one of the first settlers with this name was J. (John, Joseph, James?) who came to the city of Adelaide in 1837 aboard the South Australian.

Early Americans Bearing the Schultz Family Crest
I researched the following three resources and did not find any coats of arms for Schultz: Bolton’s American Armory, Matthew’s American Armoury and Bluebook, and Crozier’s General Armory. From this, I am tempted to conclude that there were no specific bearers of these arms in the seventeenth and eighteenth century in America.

Mottoes
We have identified four Schultz family mottoes, which are German or Latin in origin:
1) Conscia mens recti (Conscious of being right)
2) Allzeit Bereit (Always ready)
3) Non haberi sed esse (“Not to be regarded, but to be” or “What one is is more important than what one is perceived to be”)
4) Wahr und true (True and faithful)

Grantees
We have 32 coats of arms for the Schultz surname depicted here. These 32 are from Armorial General published in 1861 by the famous genealogist/heraldist Johannes Baptisa Rietstap. The bottom of this page contains the blazons (in French and English), and in many instances contains some historical, geographical, and genealogical about where coat of arms was found and who bore it.

Notables
There are hundreds of notable people with the Schultz surname. This page will mention a handful. Famous people with this last name include: 1) Bill Schultz (1960) who is an animator from New York City who is known for his work on Muppet Babies, Transformers, King of the Hill, and the Simpsons, 2) George Warren Schultz (1926-2015) who was an American professional baseball player and coach from Beverly, New Jersey who was associated with the St. Louis Cardinals, Detroit Tigers, and Chicago Cubs, 3) Howard Schultz (1953) who is an American businessman who owned the Seattle SuperSonics and is the executive chairman of Starbucks, 4) Henry Schultz (1893-1938) who was an American economist/statistician from Russia who is considered the founder of econometrics, 5) Philip Schultz (1945) who is an American poet from Rochester, New York, 6) Peter C. Schultz (1942) who is considered to be the co-inventor of fiber optics who was born in Brooklyn, 7) Theodore William Schultz (1902-1998) who was an American economist born in Arlington, South Dakota who was a Nobel Laureate and a chairman of the Chicago School of Economics, 8) Connie Schultz (1957) who is an American writer and journalist from Ashtabula, Ohio, 9) Calire Kelly Schultz (1924-2015) was an American born in Etters, Pennsylvania who pioneered in the field of information science and information retrieval systems, 10) Justin Schultz (1990) who is a Canadian ice hockey player in the NHL from Kelowna, British Columbia who has played for the Edmonton Oilers and Pittsburgh Penguins, and 11) Brenda Schultz (1970) who is a Dutch tennis player known for her fast serve who played in the Australian Open, French Open, US Open, and Wimbledon.

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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) Prusse - (An., 26 janv. 1787 et 5 avril 1804) - Parti au 1 de gueules à un croissant figuré tourné d'argent au 2 d'argent à une tête et col d'aigle contournée de sable becquée et couronnée d'or L'écu bordé d'or Casque couronné Cimier trois plumes d'autruche de sable celle du milieu ch d'une étoile d'or Lambrequin d'argent et de gueules English: Per pale: 1st gules a crescent figured [with a face] reversed argent; 2nd argent with a head and shoulders of an eagle reversed sable, beaked and crowned or; the shield with a bordure or; Crowned with a helmet - Crest: three ostrich feathers sable that of the middle charged with an etoile or; Mantling: argent and gules.
2) Prusse - (An., 18 nov. 1739) - D'argent à un taureau sautant de gueules portant entre ses cornes une étoile d'or l'écu bordé du même Cimier l'étoile Lambrequin à dextre d'argent d'azur et de gueules English: Argent with a bull jumping gules, between its horns an estoile or, the shield with a bordure of the same; Crest: the etoile; Mantling: argent, azure and gules.
3) Vienne - Coupé d'argent sur azur l'argent chargé d'un cheval naissant au naturel mouv du coupé et brochant avec ses jambes de devant sur l'azur l'azur chargé de trois bandes d'argent Cimier un demi-vol d'azur ch de trois bandes d'argent English: Per fess argent over azure, the argent charged with a horse naissant proper coming from the partition line and covering with its front legs over the azure; the azure charged with three bends argent; Crest: a single wing azure charged with three bends argent.
4) Prusse - (An., 3 mai 1799 et 29 déc. 1819) - De gueules à une Justice tenant l'épée et la balance posée sur une terrasse de sinople L'écu bordé d'or Cimiers 1° et 3° quatre plumes d'autruche d'argent 2° une aigle de sable becquée membrée et couronnée d'or Supports deux lions d'or Devise CONSCIA MENS RECTI English: Gules with Justice holding the sword and the set of scales, standing on a mount vert, the shield with a bordure or; Crests: 1st and 3rd - four ostrich feathers argent; 2nd - an eagle sable beaked legged and crowned or; Supporters two lions or; Motto: CONSCIA MENS RECTI.
5) Mecklembourg - (An., 1 mai 1830) - D'argent à un saule de sinople terrassé du même Casque couronné Cimier une épée d'argent garnie d'or en pal entre deux branches de saule de sinople English: Argent with a willow tree vert on a mount of the same; Crowned with a helmet - Crest: a sword argent hilt and pommell or palewise, between two branches of willow vert.
6) Hollande - D'or à un héron au naturel becqué et membré de gueules posé sur une terrasse de sinople la patte dextre levée English: Or a heron proper, beaked and legged gules, placed on a mount vert, its dexter leg raised.
7) Prusse - (An., 16 juin 1871) - De sable au pal d'argent accosté de deux étoiles du même et ch d'un homme en costume de paysan de sable tenant un bâton et posé sur une colline de sinople au chef d'argent ch de la Croix de fer Cimier deux épées au naturel passées en sautoir brochant sur un vol de sable chaque aile ch d'une étoile d'argent Lambrequin d'argent et de sable English: Sable a pale argent having to the sides two etoiles of the same and charged with a man carnation dressed as a peasant sable, holding a baton and placed over a hill vert, a chief argent charged with the Iron Corss; Crest: two swords proper placed saltirewise covering over a pair of wings sable, each wing charged with an etoile argent; Mantling: argent and sable.
8) Mecklembourg - (Nob. du St-Empire, 25 nov. 1800) - Écartelé aux 1 et 4 de sable à une étoile d'argent aux 2 et 3 d'argent à un bras armé d'azur tenant une épée Casque couronné Cimier un bonnet carré de sable Lambrequin d'argent et de sable English: Quarterly: 1st and 4th - sable with an estoile argent; 2nd and 3rd argent with an arm armoured azure holding a sword; Crowned with a helmet - Crest: a biretta (square hat) sable Mantling: argent and sable.
9) dit Schultheiss - Parti au 1 d'argent à un sauvage de carnation ceint et couronné de lierre posé de profil sur une terrasse de sinople tenant de sa main dextre abaissée une rose à quatre feuilles de gueules tigée et feuillée de sinople et de sa main senestre levée un annelet componné d'argent de gueules d'azur et de sinople au 2 coupé a d'or à un lévrier naissant de sable colleté d'argent mouv du coupé b d'azur à un tronc d'arbre arraché en pal brochant sur une ancre en barre au sabre brochant sur le tronc en bande la pointe en bas le tout d'argent Casque couronné Cimier deux bras armés d'argent lisérés d'or celui à dextre tenant l'annelet de l'écu et celui à senestre brandissant un sabre brochant sur le bras dextre English: Per pale: 1st argent with a savage carnation, belted and crowned of ivy and placed in profile on a mount vert, holding in his dexter hand abased [lower than normal] a rose with four leaves gules, stemmed and leaved vert, and in his raised sinister hand an annulet compony argent, gules, azure and vert; 2nd per fess a) or with a greyhound naissant sable collared argent, coming from the partition line; b) azure with the trunk of a tree eradicated, plased palewise, covering over an anchor placed bendwise sinister and a sabre covering over the the tree trunk, placed bendwise, the point downwards, all argent; Crowned with a helmet - Crest: two arms armoured argent garnished or, that to the dexter holding an annulet as in the shield and that to the sinister brandishing a sabre, covering over the dexter arm.
10) de Dratzig - Posnanie - (An., 13 sept. 1872) - De sinople à une croisette d'argent acc de neuf pommes de pin d'or les queues en bas posées 1 2 2 et 4 Cimier cinq guidons coupés de sinople sur or flottants à dextre attachés à des lances de tournoi d'or Lambrequin d'or et de sinople Devise ALLZEIT BEREIT English: Vert a cross crosslet argent, accompanied by nine pine cones or with their tails downwards, placed 1, 2, 2 and 4; Crest: five flags per fess vert over or, flying to the dexter and attached to a tournament lance or; Mantling: or and vert; Motto: ALLZEIT BEREIT.
11) de Kleistenhoff - Livonie - D'azur au lion d'argent lampassé de gueules Casque couronné Cimier trois lis de jardin d'argent tigés et feuillés de sinople Devise NON HABERI SED ESSE English: Azure a lion argent langued gules; Crowned with a helmet - Crest: three lilys [flowers] argent, stemmed and leaved vert; Motto: NON HABERI SED ESSE.
12) de Schultzendorff - Prusse, Saxe-Altenburg - (Nob. en Bohème, 26 févr. 1661) - D'azur à deux fleurs-de-lis accostées d'argent à bandelettes d'or acc en chef d'une croix alésée du second Casque couronné Cimier un bras armé au naturel lançant un javelot empenné au naturel Lambrequin de sable et d'azur English: Azure two fleur de lys, side by side, argent garnished or, accompanied by in chief a cross couped of the second; Crowned with a helmet - Crest: an arm armoured proper throwing a javelin, flighted [of arrows] also proper; Mantling: sable and azure.
13) de Selenhof - Livonie - (Nob. de Suède, 1 août 1693) - D'argent au chevron d'azur acc de trois couleuvres ondoyantes en pals du même les deux du chef affrontées Cimier trois plumes d'autruche une d'argent entre deux d'azur English: Argent a chevron azure accompanied by three snakes wavy palewise of the same, the two in chief affrontant [face to face]; Crest: three ostrich feathers - one argent between two azure.
14) van Haegen - Dordrecht - D'argent à trois arbres de sinople rangés sur une terrasse du même Cimier un bras armé tenant une ancre par la strangue ladite ancre posée en bande l'anneau en haut Supports deux cerfs regardants English: Argent three trees vert placed on a mount of the same; Crest: an arm armoured holding an anchor by the shank, the aforesaid anchor placed bendwise the ring upwards; Supporters two stags reguardant.
15) Prusse - (An., 27 mars 1791) - Écartelé aux 1 et 4 de sable à trois bras armés d'argent en fasces l'un sur l'autre gantelés au naturel empoignant chacun un triangle vidé d'or les bras du 1 contournés au 2 d'or à l'aigle de sable becquée et membrée du champ au 3 d'or à l'aigle contournée de gueules becquée et membrée du champ Casque couronné Cimier deux bras de l'écu en pals empoignant ensemble un triangle vidé d'or le tout entre un vol de sable et de gueules Lambrequin d'or d'azur et de sable (V Scholten ren de nob 5 juillet 1798) English: Quarterly: 1st and 4th sable three arms armoured argent placed fesswise arranged in pale, gauntlets proper, each holding in its fist a triangle voided or, the arms in the 1st reversed; 2nd or with an eagle sable, beaked and legged of the field; 3rd or with an eagle reversed gules, beaked and legged of the field; Crowned with a helmet - Crest: two arms as in the shield placed palewise, holding together a triangle voided or, all between a pair of wings sable and gules; Mantling: or, azure and sable ( V of ).
16) Esthonie - (Ren. de nob., 19 déc. 1719) - Parti au 1 d'argent à la demi-aigle de sable becquée et membrée d'or mouv du parti au 2 de gueules à un bras armé d'argent en pal la main de carnation tenant une rose blanche tigée de sinople Cimier un vol coupé à dextre de sable sur argent à senestre d'argent sur gueules Lambrequin conformes aux émaux du vol English: Per pale - 1st argent with a demi eagle sable, beaked and legged or, coming from the partition [pale] line; 2nd gules with an arm armoured argent palewise, the hand carnation holding a rose white stemmed vert; Crest: a pair of wings per fess, to the dexter sable over argent, to the sinister argent over gules; Mantling: conforming to the [same as] colours of the pair of wings.
17) Danemark - (An., 29 juin 1671. M. ét.) - Écartelé aux 1 et 4 d'argent à un chevalier armé de toutes pièces monté sur un cheval galopant le tout au naturel aux 2 et 3 de sinople à un cor de chasse d'or l'embouchure à dextre Sur le tout d'azur à une gerbe d'or liée du même Cimier le chevalier galopant English: Quarterly - 1st and 4th: argent with a knight armoured fully, mounted on a horse galloping, all proper; 2nd and 3rd: vert with a hunting horn or, the mouthpiece to the dexter; on an escutcheon azure a wheatsheaf or tied [banded] of the same; Crest: the knight and the horse galloping.
18) (ou Schulse). Prusse, Mecklembourg - (An., 21 juin 1732) - Écartelé de sable et de gueules A la bannière brochant sur le tout écartelée d'argent et d'or ch d'une aigle écartelée de sable sur l'argent et de gueules sur l'or becquée et membrée d'or la trabe de la bannière posée à dextre en pal Casque couronné Cimier un vol l'aile dextre écartelée d'argent de gueules d'or de sable l'aile senestre écartelée de gueules d'argent de sable et d'or Lambrequin à dextre d'or et de sable à senestre d'argent et de gueules Englsih: Quarterly sable and gules; Covering overall a square flag quarterly argent and or, charged with an eagle also quarterly - sable over the argent and gules over the or, beaked and legged or, the pilon of the square flag placed to the dexter palewise; Crowned with a helmet - Crest: a pair of wings - the dexter quarterly argent, gules, or and sable, the sinister quarterly gules, argent, sable and or; Mantling: to the dexter or and sable, to the sinister argent and gules.
19) de Langsdorff - Grand-duché de Hesse - (An., 22 fév. 1861) - D'azur au lion d'or Cimier le lion rampant entre un vol de sable Lambrequin d'argent et d'azur English: Azure a lion or; Crest: the lion rampant between a pair of wings sable; Mantling: argent and azure.
20) Galicie - Parti de gueules et d'argent à deux fasces de l'un en l'autre Casque couronné Cimier trois plumes d'autruche une d'argent entre deux de gueules English: Per pale gules and argent, two bars counterchanged; Crowned with a helmet - Crest: three ostrich feathers, an argent between two gules.
21) Saxe - (Nob. du St-Empire, 11 sept. 1790) - D'azur à trois épis d'or posés sur un tertre de trois coupeaux de sinople Casque couronné Cimier trois plumes d'autruche une d'or entre deux d'azur Lambrequin d'or et d'azur English: Azure three years of wheat or placed on a hillock with three peaks vert; Crowned with a helmet - Crest: three ostrich feathers, an or between two azure; Mantling: or and azure.
22) Allemagne - Écartelé au 1 de sable à la fasce vivrée d'or au 2 de gueules à trois flèches d'argent posées en fasces l'une sur l'autre au 3 d'or à un tronc coupé et arraché au naturel poussant deux feuilles à senestre et une à dextre au 4 d'azur à une épée d'or en pal Bourlet d'or et de gueules Cimier une tête et col de cheval d'or bridée de gueules Lambrequin à dextre d'or et de sable à senestre d'or et de gueules English: Quarterly - 1st: sable a fess [right angled] dancetty or; 2nd: gules three arrows argent placed fesswise arranged in pale; 3rd: or with a tree trunk couped on top and eradicated proper, having two leaves growing on the sinister side and one on the dexter side; 4th: azure with a sword or, placed palewise; wreath on the helmet or and gules; Crest: a head and shoulders of a horse or, bridled gules; Mantling: to the dexter or and sable, to the sinister or and gules.
23) Autriche - (An., 1790) - Écartelé aux 1 et 4 d'azur à une colombe d'argent posée sur un tertre de sinople tenant en son bec un rameau d'olivier de sinople et en sa patte senestre un annelet d'or le tout acc d'une étoile d'or au canton senestre du chef aux 2 et 3 de gueules à un senestrochère armé au naturel la main de carnation tenant une épée d'argent garnie d'or Cimier la colombe entre deux proboscides coupées à dextre d'azur sur argent à senestre de gueules sur argent ornées chacune dans son embouchure d'un pennon fendu celui à dextre coupé d'azur sur argent et celui à senestre coupé de gueules sur argent Lambrequin à dextre d'argent et d'azur à senestre d'argent et de gueules English: Quarterly - 1st and 4th: azure with a dove argent, placed on a hillock vert, holding in its beak an olive branch vert and in its foot sinister an annulet or, all accompanied by an etoile or placed in the sinister chief point; 2nd and 3rd: gules with a left arm armoured proper, the hand carnation holding a sword argent, hilt and pommell or; Crest: the dove between two proboscides per fess - to the dexter azure over argent, to the sinister gules over argent decorated each in its mouthpiece with a small triangular flag split, that to the dexter per fess azure over argent and that to the sinister per fess gules over argent; Mantling: to the dexter argent and azure, to the sinister argent and gules.
24) Autriche - (An., 14 fév. 1808) - Fascé contre-fascé d'argent et de gueules de quatre pièces Cimier trois plumes d'autruche une d'argent entre deux de gueules English: Barry counterchanged per pale argent and gules of four pieces; Crest: three ostrich feathers - one argent between two gules.
25) Tangermunde (Prusse) - D'argent à trois roses tigées de gueules mouv d'un coeur du même Cimier une rose de gueules tigée et feuillée de sinople entre deux proboscides coupées alternativement de gueules et d'argent English: Argent three roses stemmed gules, coming from a heart of the same; Crest: a rose gules, stemmed and leaved vert, between two proboscides per fess alternately gules and argent.
26) Berlin - D'azur à un homme habillé au naturel tenant un caducée en pal Casque couronné Cimier un corbeau de sable Lambrequin d'or et d'azur English: Azure with a man dressed proper, holding a caduceus palewise; Crowned with a helmet - Crest: a raven sable; Mantling: or and azure.
27) Prusse - (An., 19 janv. 1804) - Divisé en chevron d'argent sur sinople au chevron de gueules brochant sur la division la branche dextre ch de deux étoiles (5) d'or et la branche senestre de deux croissants du même Cimier un cerf au naturel colleté d'une couronne d'or couché sur une terrasse de sinople la tête contournée English: Per chevron argent over vert, a chevron gules covering over the partition line, the dexter shoulder (of the chevron) charged with two estoiles of 5 points or and the sinister shoulder with two crescents of the same; Crest: a stag proper collared with a crown or, laying on a mount vert, the head reversed.
28) Hanovre - (Nob. du St-Empire, 8 sept. 1702) - D'azur à une Foi de carnation mouv des flancs de l'écu Casque couronné Cimier une main senestre appaumée de carnation en pal Lambrequin de gueules et de sable Devise WAHR UND TREU English: Azure two arms with hands clenched carnation, coming from the flanks of the shield; Crowned with a helmet - Crest: a hand sinister with open palm carnation, palewise; Mantling: gules and sable; Motto: WAHR UND TREU.
29) Hollande - Coupé au 1 de gueules à trois glands effeuillés d'or rangés en fasce les queues en bas au 2 de sable à deux annelets concentriques d'or Casque couronné Cimier les glands entre deux proboscides coupées de gueules et d'or English: Per fess - 1st gules three acorns leafless or, arranged in fess, the tails downwards; 2nd sable two annulets concentric or; Crowned with a helmet - Crest: the acorns between two proboscides per fess gules and or.
30) (Schults) de Wesslershof - Livonie - Coupé au 1 de gueules à un cygne d'argent becqué et membré de sable le vol ouvert au 2 d'azur à trois étoiles d'or L'écu bordé d'or Casque couronné Cimier un lion issant d'or lampassé de gueules entre deux hallebardes d'argent les fers affrontés English: Per fess - 1st gules with a swan argent, beaked and legged sable, the wings expanded; 2nd azure three etoiles or; the shield with a bordure or; Crowned with a helmet - Crest: a lion issuant or, langued gules, between two halberds argent their heads affrontant [face to face].
31) (anciennement Schultz dit Schultheiss) - Livonie, Finlande - Parti au 1 d'argent à un sauvage de carnation ceint et couronné de lierre posé de profil sur une terrasse de sinople tenant de sa main dextre abaissée une rose à quatre feuilles de gueules tigée et feuillée de sinople et de sa main senestre levée un annelet componné d'argent de gueules d'azur et de sinople au 2 coupé a d'or à un lévrier naissant de sable colleté d'argent mouv du coupé b d'azur à un tronc d'arbre arraché en pal brochant sur une ancre en barre au sabre brochant sur le tronc en bande la pointe en bas le tout d'argent Casque couronné Cimier deux bras armés d'argent lisérés d'or celui à dextre tenant l'annelet de l'écu et celui à senestre brandissant un sabre brochant sur le bras dextre English: Per pale - 1st argent a savage carnation belted and crowned with ivy, placed in profile on a mount vert, holding in his dexter hand, abased [lower than normal], a rose with four leaves gules, stemmed and leaved vert, and in his sinister hand, raised, an annulet compony argent, gules, azure and vert; 2nd per fess a) or a greyhound naissant sable collared argent, coming from the partition line; b) azure the log of a tree eradicated placed palewise, covering over an anchor, placed bendwise sinister, a sabre covering over the log, placed bendwise, the point downwards, all argent; Crowned with a helmet - Crest: two arms armoured argent garnished or,that to the dexter holding an annulet as in the shield and that to the sinister brandishing a sabre, covering over the dexter arm.
32) (von) - Suède - D'argent à un homme sauvage au naturel posé de front tenant de chaque main une rose de gueules tigée de sinople et effeuillée Casque couronné avec lambrequins d'argent et de gueules Cimier trois roses de gueules tigées et feuillées de sinople English: Argent a savage proper, placed facing forward, holding in each hand a rose gules, stemmed vert and leafless; Crowned with a helmet with Mantling: argent and gules - Crest: three roses gules, stemmed and leaved vert.
33) Schoultz-Ascheraden - Livonie, Esthonie - (Barons en Suède, 18 avril 1674) - Écartelé aux 1 et 4 de sable au lion d'or celui du 1 contourné au 2 d'or à un senestrochère armé et gantelé d'argent issant d'une nuée au naturel mouv du flanc tenant une épée d'argent garnie d'or en barre au 3 d'or à un dextrochère armé et gantelé d'argent issant d'une nuée au naturel mouv du flanc tenant une épée d'argent garnie d'or en bande Sur le tout d'argent à un sauvage de carnation les bras étendus tenant de chaque main une rose de gueules tigée et feuillée de sinople Deux casques couronnés Cimiers 1° un chevalier armé de toutes pièces d'argent la visière levée le casque panaché de trois plumes d'autruche d'or d'argent et de gueules tenant de sa main dextre une lance de tournoi d'argent en pal la senestre appuyée sur sa hanche ledit chevalier posé entre huit guidons quatre à dextre de gueules d'argent de gueules et d'or et quatre à senestre d'or de gueules d'argent et de gueules les hampes d'or houppées du même 2° une épée d'argent garnie d'or en pal soutenue d'une grenade de guerre au naturel allumée de gueules à dextre et à senestre le tout brochant sur une queue de paon au naturel Lambrequin d'or de sable d'argent et de gueules English: Quarterly - 1st and 4th: sable a lion or, that of the 1st reversed; 2nd: or a left arm armoured and gauntleted argent, issuant from a cloud proper, coming from the flank, holding a sword argent, hilt and pommell or, placed bendwise sinister; 3rd: or a right arm armoured and gauntleted argent, issuant from a cloud proper coming from the flank, holding a sword argent, hilt and pommell or, placed bendwise; On an escutcheon argent a savage carnation, the arms extended holding in each hand a rose gules, stemmed and leaved vert; Crowned with two helments - Crests: 1st a knight armoured fully argent, the visor raised, the helmet plumed with three ostrich feathers or, argent and gules, holding in his dexter hand a tournament lance argent palewise, the sinister resting on his hip, the aforesaid knight placed between eight flags, four to the dexter gules, argent, gules and or and four to the sinister or, gules, argent and gules, the poles [of the flags] or, the flags fringed of the same; 2nd a sword argent hilt and pommell or palewise, standing on a grenade ignited proper, the flames gules spreading to the dexter and to the sinister (around the sword), all standing infront of a peacock's tail proper; Mantling: or, sable, argent and gules.

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