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SAGA OF THE QUIGGS The Purple or Scarlet Bendlets (bands) signify the joiningof Three Tribes by marriage between the RoyaJ. Rulers. The lion standing on one foot ready for battle, is called A Rampant Lion. It signifies the great physicaJ strength and victor-ious exploits of the family. The J"ion, then as now, was recognized as "King of Beasts" , or King of the Forest . The little animal at the top is a "Wild Boar" , also in Rampant style, probably the symbol of one of the Three inter-married Tribes. The Boar is the most fierce of all animals. Joining them together signifies these Tribes and theirdescendents were "Warriors of the First Rank" . The Knights Helmet signifies that they took part in Knightly adventures and in the Crusades. The Quig and Quigg family tree is found in the library of the Universj.ty of Indiana and the public Library in Dublin, Ireland. Quacc or C V E C C ) is the original Gaelic, (Celtic people of the Scottish Highlands) Ireland. C V E C C was Tribal Chieftain of North Ireland, in the 2nd and 3rd centuries) during the occupation of) The Isles by the Romans. The area is now County Derry. The O'Quiggs ruled in the South. George Hopkins Quigg came from County Derry. He married Julia Mac Donald) (of Scotch decent) in Kentucky. A daughter) Victoria, married Lewis Umlauf. Lewis Caesar Umlauf lives in Orlando Beach) Florida. George Quigg of Hainmond) Indiana and Norman Quigg of Shawnee) Oklahoma) are the two living sons of George Quigg) the last surviv:ing sons of George Hopldns Quigg. Which makes Caesal" Umlaut the present Head of the Tribe. Then follows George Quigg of Indiana then Norman Quigg of Shawnee Olclahoma) 'lho sends this "Merry Christmas" to the Tribe in Indiana. Norman B. Quigg "1957"