The Coat of Arms came to my family by way of my father's brother William Frederick Dildine. Uncle Bill was on Eisenhour's staff in England during WWII. After the war he stayed in Europe. most of the time in France. He spent his last year of the service in Vietnam before anything really started, the French had just given up trying He was a Leiut. Colonel. Upon retiring after 30 years, he purchased a house on a side street close to William O. Dildine I Which is where I was raised. Upon his death the Family Crest went to the oldest son, which war my father Robert E. Dildine,and then my brother Willam Oscar Dildine III.The one thing I did not mention in the crest was a sword crossed with a jousting stick behind the emblem.In the latin language ( Dil ) means destroyer. The Coat of Arms on Paper copy does not show the sword and Jousting stick. This has been in our family for forty-three years that I remember which is when he retired. If you have any other questions E-mail me at email@example.com.