It may be that they have nothing to do with your family and belong to another, they may be totally bogus or you may be the family to which it was first granted by the Kings of Arms.
At Genealogus we have researchers who can try to identify a coat of arms or a crest for you. If they belong to your family, we may be able to tell you when it was granted and to which family member.
Come clients commission us to identify coats of arms and crests they have found on bookplates, stationary, documents, artefacts, on gravestone monuments, in churches, stately homes, on flags, document seals, brasses and in photographs. Others require identification of corporate coats of arms or information about those granted to sporting organisations, ecclesiastic orders, military regiments and government organisations.
Families which emigrated abroad can sometimes trace their family history and gain historical information about their European ancestry.
If you would like us to identify a coat of arms or a crest, please contact us with a description and a photograph of it along with details and, if possible, a photograph of the object or place where it is found.Historical and Family History Researchers Home Heraldic Research Contact Us Tel: 087 1996 1888 firstname.lastname@example.org