Hamilton Coat of Arms

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Hamilton Coat of Arms
Hamilton Coat of Arms

The Hamilton Coat of Arms

Heraldic Description: Gules three cinquefoils ermine.

Source: Burke’s General Armory

This Hamilton coat of arms is of Scottish origin.

The surname Hamilton is derived from the town of the same name or means a flat topped or bare hill without trees.

Spelling variations include Hamelton, Hamildon and Hambleton.

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