Whitehead Family Crest, Coat of Arms and Name History

Whitehead Family Coat of Arms

Whitehead Family Coat of Arms

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1) (West Tytherly, co. Hants). Az. a fess betw. three fleurs-de-lis or. Crest—A wolf sejant ar.
2) (Uplands Hall, co. Lancaster). Az. on a chev. betw. three buglehorns or, three martlets of the field, on a chief embattled erm. a celestial crown gu. enclosed by two swords erect, around each a chaplet ppr. Crest—Out of a celestial crown or, a buglehorn gold betw. two wings az. Motto—Dum spiro spero.
3) Same Arms. Crest—A cross crosslet gu. Motto—Ad finem fidelis.
4) (Amberley Court, co. Gloucester). Az. a fess betw. three fleurs-de-lis or. Crest—A wolf sejant ar. Motto: Virtute et valore
5) (Scotland, 16th century). Or, on a fess betw. three boars’heads erased az. as many cinquefoils ar.
6) (Isles of Allo, Scotland). Vert on a fess wavy betw. three boars’ heads ar. as many quatrefoils of the first. Crest—A man issuing out of the water laying hold of a Highland mantle ppr. Motto—Abyasus ciranum dabat me.
7) (Taylor-Whitehead, Burton Closes, Bakewell, co. Derby; Smith Taylor, Esq., only son of George Taylor, Esq., of Spring Side, Lees, co. Lancaster; m. 1863, Alice Jane Whitehead, niece and heiress of William Whitehead, Esq., of Dobcross, co. York, and assumed, by royal licenec, 1866, the surname of Whitehead). Ar. a fesse dancetttfe az. betw. in chief two taus, and in base a pheon gu. Crest—In front of a tau gu. a pheon ar. Motto—Cruce non hasta.

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