Authentically recorded Coats of Arms
of English, Irish,
- Martin & Allardyce
- MAIL ADDRESS
- POST OFFICE BOX 14126
- San Antonio, Texas
and Welsh origins.
FAMILY OF: ALDRIDGE
ARMS: Vert, on a fesse between three garbs or, banded
gules, two branches of olive in saltire encircled by a ducal coronet of gold,
between two robins proper, a bordure engrailed eriinois charged with eight
CREST: An arm couped below the elbow, vested arc, charged
with a bezant, the hand holding a quill argent.
AUTHORITY: Burke's "Landed Gentry", 1898 edition,
TINCTURES: The shield is of green.
The fesse is of gold.
The garbs (wheatsheaves)
are of gold, tied with bands of red.
The olive branches
are of green, crown of gold (ducal coronet).
The bordure is of erminois (gold charged
with black ermine spots).
The torteaux are of red.
The hand is natural, sleeve blue, bezant on sleeve of
gold, quill silver.
The wreath, under the crest, is of
alternate twists of gold and green.
The helmet is of
steel color or silver.
The mantle is of green lined with
The ribbon is of gold, motto lettered in black.
NOTES: This family was of Uxbridge, in Middlesex, in
England, later of St Leonard's Forest, in Sussex, in England. "The Forest" was
originally Royal Property, granted to the Powletts, and inherited by the
Aldridges about the year 1750. One variation of the arms exists in which the crest is a phoenix rising
We hereby certify that the insignia hereinabove described
is recorded in the published heraldic authority hereinabove cited.
December 15th, 1962.
MARTIN & ALLARDYCE
/s/ Gertrude M Kauffmann
- Mary Martin Potter
- Member of Firm
- Before me, the undersigned authority, on this day
personally appeared Mary Martin Potter, of the firm of Martin & Allardyce,
of P.O. Box 14126, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, who took oath that the
insignia above described appears in the published heraldic authority above
- Given under my hand and seal of office,
this 22nd day of November A. D.,
- Notary Public
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