Back in 1995, the International Family Name Research Centre gave the following details for the Chilmaid Blazon of Arms.
ARMS - Sable, a lion rampant or (gold) on a chief of the last, two martlets of the first.
CREST - In front of a rising sun or (gold) a bull's head and neck gules armed gold.
MOTTO - Pax et Copin"Peace and Plenty"
The surname chilmaid is of English origin being derived from the old English elements - cild - "young lord, princeling and mead "meadow": - thus the name signifies - "The Princes Meadowland"
This was a section of a royal or noble estate put aside for the heirs herds and its location cannot now be identified.The symbolic values of Heraldic colours are - Sable (black) denotes Constancy; Or (gold) denotes generosity and Gules (red) denotes military fortitude.