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Re: Coat of Arms
Posted by: Russell Doolittle (ID *****9723) Date: November 27, 2009 at 19:46:11
In Reply to: Coat of Arms by Jim Doolittle of 788

The 3 roundals of gilt represent three plates of silver that were awarded for some unknown accomplishment. The are represented in a triangular pattern against a field of gules, vert, and gules. They also appear on the unicorn argent gules collar.

The petition for this heraldry was made by Clarke of Kent tracing lineage on his mother's side in the 16th century and is not English or Irish, but Franco - Norman, or older, and may go back to Aryan knights and the Greuthingi or Tervingi Germanic tribes.


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