Irish genealogist
Historyeye
Heraldry
in  
South County
Dublin
Berwick House,Coliemore Road, Dalkey
Berwick House,Coliemore Road, Dalkey

Coat of arms belonging to the White or Whyte family (Leixlip.Co Kildare). Ar. a chev. engr. betw. three roses gu. barbed and seeded or. Crest - a demi lion ramp. sa. holding betw. the paws a flagstaff ppr. flag ar. theron the cross of St. George gu. Motto - Echel agus corule.Translated from the Irish: “the axle and coryg”.

press to zoom
Jephson coat of arms,Blackrock
Jephson coat of arms,Blackrock

Coat of arms associated with the Jephson family. Az a fesse embattled or between three cocks heads ar wattled ppr. Crest: a cubit arm vested paly ar and az, cuffed of the second, surmounted on a bend gu, in the hand a pansy or heartsease ppr.

press to zoom
Rockford, Stradbrook Road,Monkstown
Rockford, Stradbrook Road,Monkstown

Ulster's King of Arms, Sir William Betham, lived in this house until 1853. But the coat of arms belong to the family of William Bruce, Master of the Court of King's Bench, who remodelled Rockford in 1886 . Coat of Arms: Or, a saltire and a chief gules, in the dexter chief a mullet argent, and in base a cinquefoil of the second. Crest : horse’s head arg., bridled gu., and charged on the neck with a cinquefoil of the last. Motto: Do well ..doubt not.

press to zoom
Roebuck Castle Garde family arms
Roebuck Castle Garde family arms

Garde family coat of arms at Roebuck Castle,Clonskeagh. Az. on a chev. ar. three birds vert mcmbered gu. on a chief or, three griffins segreant sa. Crest—A. demi griffin ramp. sa. Motto—Toujours fidele.

press to zoom
Wilson family crest, Blackrock
Wilson family crest, Blackrock

The original gateposts of the large entrance at Temple Hill, Blackrock, bear fragmentary traces of the Wilson family coat of arms. In years to come these fragments are sure to disappear without a trace.

press to zoom
De Vesci Terrace, Monkstown
De Vesci Terrace, Monkstown

The arms of the De Vesci (Vesey) family tower over a Victorian terrace of houses in Monkstown that were developed on their land. Coat of Arms: Or on a cross sable, a patriarchal cross of the field. Supporters: two savages each holding in his exterior hand a club over his shoulder. Surmounted by a viscount's coronet. Motto: sub hoc signo vinces.

press to zoom