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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) (Whitfield, co. Devon; the heiresses m. Hensleigh and Garland). Gu. a fess betw. six crosses crosslet fitchée ar.
2) (Whitfield Hall, co. Northumberland, and cos. Northampton and Sussex). (Mortlake, co. Surrey; granted 1606). (Tenterden, co. Kent; descended from Joiin Whitfield, of Tenterden, living 1548, second son of Robert Whitfield, of Wadhurst, co. Essex). Ar. a bend plain betw. two cotises engr. sa. Crest—Out of a pallisado crown ar. a buck's head or.
3) Gyronny of eight ar. and or, three garbs gu. Crest—An anchor az. entwined by a serpent or.
4) Gyronny of eight ar. and or, four garba gu. banded of the first.
5) Ar. ten crosses crosslet, four, three, two, and and one gu.
6) Sa. semee of crosses crosslet a bend engr. or.
7) or Whitefield - Ar. a bend gu. on a chief oJ the last three mullets pierced of the first.
8) (Dublin; Henry Whitfield, d. 1688; impalement Fun. Ent. Ulster’s Office, 1684, Sir Richard Bulkeley, first bart. of Oldbawn, whose second wife was Dorothy, dau. of Henry Whitfield). Ar. a plain bend within two cotises engr. sa.
9) (co. Dorset). Sa. five fusils in bend or.
10) (co. Dorset). Sa. five fusils in bend betw. six crosses crosslet or.
11) (Hamesey House, near Lewes, co. Sussex, as borne by George Whitfeld, Esq., of that place, J. P., ninth in descent from Robert Whitfeld of Wadhurst). Ar. a bend plain within two cotises engr. sa. Crest—Out of a pallisade crown ar. a buck’s head or. Motto—Medio tutis simus ibis.

Origin, Meaning, Family History and Whitfield Coat of Arms and Family Crest

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Whitfield Coat of Arms Meaning

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Suzie Whitfield wheeler commented on 16-Nov-2018
Whitfield means Lord of the fief...we are not Saxon or danish..scmh....we are Welsh with a wrinkle of french...not Norman....richard de viser. Was the frenchmen..cousins to the Welsh ...and Welsh kings