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Re: Koski Coat-of-Arms
Posted by: Bruce Koski Date: November 03, 2000 at 18:37:11
In Reply to: Koski Coat-of-Arms by Andrew Joseph Koski of 186

My great-great-grandparents came to Canada and their original name was MilliKoski (which means Mill Falls, or Mill by the falls, or rapids). I don't know what the specific family coat of arms is, but I have learned that the blazon of arms for the name "Koski" itself is a white wolf with a small sword in its mouth springing forward, all on a white background. This was learned from a name history plaque.


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