Simms Family Crest, Coat of Arms and Name History

Simms Family Coat of Arms

Simms Family Coat of Arms

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Simms Name Origin & History

Variations of this name: Symmes, Symes, Syme, Sim, Syms.

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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) (Daventry, Northamptonshire, Granted, 1592, by Cook, Clarencieux.) Erm. three increscents gu.-Crest, a head, in helmet or, plumed az. the beaver up, the face ppr.
2) (Chard and Ponsted, Somersetshire) Az. three escallops, in pale, or.-Crest, a demi hind, rampant and erased, or.
3) (Daventry, co. Northampton; granted 1592). Erm. three increscents gu. Crest—A head in a helmet or, plumed az. beaver up, face ppr.
4) (Ballyarthur and Ballybeg, co. Wicklow, Glascarrig and Cooperstown, co. Wexford; descended from Jeremiah Symes, of co. Northampton, who settled at Glascarrig, co. Wexford, temp. Charles II.). Same Arms and Crest. Motto—Droit et loyal.
5) (Chard and Poundsford, co. Somerset; William Symes, Esq., of Chard, and John Symes, Esq., of Poundsford, brothers, living at Visit. Somerset, 1623). Az. three escallops in pale or. Crest—A demi hind ramp. and erased or.
6) (Fun. Ent. Ulster’s Office, 1667, Thomas Symes, descended from Symes, of Poundsford, co. Somerset). Az. three escallops in pale or, a crescent for diff.
7) (Culloch, co. Dumfries, 1766). Gu. on a chev. ar. betw. two spur-rowels in chief and a halbert in base or, three ravens ppr. Crest—A hand holding a pen ppr. Motto—Fortuna et labore.
8) Ar. three escallops az. Crest—An eagle’s head erased ppr. Motto—In recto decus.
9) (Coombe Wood, co. Surrey, from Aberdeen, 1853). Gu. on a chev. ar. betw. two mullets pierced or, and a halbert in base of the last, a boar’s head erased betw. two hands issuing from the dexter and sinister sides of the shield, each holding a dagger ppr. Crest—A Moor's head ppr. banded ar. Motto—Quod verum tutum.
10) [Chard, Somersetshire] Az. five cross crosslets, in saltier, or.

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