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Re: Family Crest or Coat of Arms
Posted by: James Humphreys Date: February 20, 2001 at 06:26:32
In Reply to: Family Crest or Coat of Arms by Christopher Kaye of 327

The following description for the Kaye coat of arms was researched and posted by

ORIGIN: England
ARMS: Or, semied with flowers gentil, a sengreen in chief over the heads of two whole serpents in pale, their tails knotted together (all in proper colour) resting upon a square marble-stone vert, between these a book sable garnisht gules buckled gold
CREST: none recorded
MOTTO: none recorded

Arms of Dr John Kaye, temp. Mary

If you would like to see a small image of the shield please email me, via the link on the website

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