Harris Coat of Arms

Coats of Arms The Harris Coat of Arms Heraldic Description: Azure a chevron ermine between three hedgehogs or. Source: Burke’s General Armory This Harris coat of arms is of English origin. The surname Harris means the son of Harry. Spelling variations include Harries, Haris and...

Davis Coat of Arms

Coats of Arms The Davis Coat of Arms Heraldic Description: Gules a chevron engrailed between three boars’ heads erased. Source: Burke’s General Armory This Davis coat of arms is of English Origin. The surname Davis means son of David which means “blessed”....

Baker Coat of Arms

Coats of Arms The Baker Coat of Arms Heraldic Description: Argent on a saltier engrailed sable five escallops of the first on a chief sable a lion passant of the field. Source: Burke’s General Armory This Baker coat of arms is of English origin. Baker is an occupational name...

Bailey Coat of Arms

Coats of Arms The Bailey Coat of Arms Heraldic Description:  Per pale azure and sable, a cross crosslet saltirewise between four mullets or. Source: Burke’s General Armory This Bailey coat of arms is of English Orign. Bailey is an occupational name for one who was a public...

Abbott Coat of Arms

Coats of Arms The Abbott Coat of Arms Heraldic Description: Gules a chevron between three pears pendant stalked Or. Variant Spellings: Abbot, Abbotts, Abbett, Abbet, Abott. Abbott is an occupational name meaning one who worked for an Abbott or perhaps was considered to have the...

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