I also have a couple of renderings for coat of arms for those interested, I can send via email.If there is enough interest, perhaps we can set up an intranet page so we can exchange documents, pictures, etc:
Spelling variations include: Aguirre, Aguirra, Aguirri, and others. First found in the Basque country of northern Spain. Some of the first settlers of this name or some of its variants were: Among the early explorers of the New World was conquistador Lope de Aguirre (1518-1561), who voyaged to Peru with Pizarro. Later he travelled the entire length of the Amazon River in a small boat. Also of note were Domingo Aguirre, who journeyed to America with Jiménez de Quesada and was one of the founders of the city of Bogotá, Colombia; Francisco de Aguirre, a Spanish captain who fought with Pizarro in Peru and with Valdivia in Chile, where he died in 1580; and Francisco's son Hernando de Aguirre, who also fought as a conquistador in Chile. Other migrants to the New World include Hurtado de Aguirre, who sailed to America in 1528; Francisco Aguirre, who sailed to New Granada in 1552; Juan Aguirre, who sailed to New Spain in 1576; to name just a few.
COAT OF ARMS: "Or, a tree vert with a wolf passant sable, in front of a tree trunk"REFERENCE:Diccionario Nobiliario by J. Di Atianza.