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Re: Birkett Coat of Arms
Posted by: Ian Birkett Date: July 08, 2001 at 08:42:38
In Reply to: Birkett Coat of Arms by Toni Cairns of 218

Toni,
Yes, there is a Birkett coat of arms.It consists of a shiled with a white backgound with black circles. In the centre there is a large black section, with three gold coloured wheat sheaves. Above the shield there is the head of a horned animal, possibly a ram. The words Fortiter Sed Apte are inscribed. this means "Boldy, but to the purpose"

Hope this helps.

Ian Birkett


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