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  Coat of Arms | Family Crests | Family Name History | Coats of Arms Rings | Family Crest Rings
Similarly to the use of seals instead of signatures, coats of arms and family crests were used to signify familial or honorific bonds.
It is not always clear as to how a particular family acquired its coat of arms or family crest, but the identification of your ancestry and the use of your family crest coat of arms is both exciting and individualizing.
The coat of arms evolved as a necessary symbol for knights in medieval times, today the "coat of arms" and its companion the "family crest" serve as interesting and unique reference points to family name history.
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 Brief genealogy of the noble Konstantinovich ancestry from Belarus and Lithuania
of the Bogorya arms 1734 - 1738, Ciechanowiecki Nikodem 1738 - 1747, Wollowicz Krzysztof 1749 - 1757, Sapieha Michal 1757, Lopacinski Mikolaj Tadeusz of the Lubicz coat of arms in 1757 - 1767 - died 1778, officer
or Puzirevskis of the Kita coat of arms = "the Tail"
Staskevicius of the Sas coat of arms and the Leliwa arms, e.g.
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 lubicz coat of arms - 1st jacket   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
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gaudy splendour -- a Joseph's coat of distinctly oriental hues...
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 Encyclopedia: Grabie Coat of Arms
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Grabie - is a Polish Coat of Arms.
Notable bearers of this Coat of Arms include:
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 Grabie Coat of Arms -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Grabie Coat of Arms -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
Grabie - is a (Click link for more info and facts about Polish Coat of Arms) Polish Coat of Arms.
It was used by several (Click link for more info and facts about szlachta) szlachta families in the times of the (Click link for more info and facts about Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth) Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/G/Gr/Grabie_Coat_of_Arms.htm   (121 words)

  
 Understanding Matejko's painting "The Battle of Grunwald"
The East is represented by the coat of mail, the specific shape of his shield, and the Persian sword in the hand of the Duke.
Next to Witold, Marcin from Wrocimowic, coat of arms Półkoza, holds firmly in his hand the Great Standard of the Kingdom (for he was the Royal Standardbearer).
Marcin is sounding the horn of triumph, and the staff of the standard he holds is topped by an unusual finial made-up of a sharp pike and a spiny orb that recalls the end of the morgendtern, a menacing weapon of the middle ages.
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 Czaplicki Surname Page Introduction   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Polish heraldry sources list the Czaplicki surname for a number of Polish clans or "rody." Each clan had its own coat of arms known as a "herb." Although all clan members were perhaps originally related by blood, some clans later admitted new families and even "adopted" non-Polish families.
Unlike the nobility of some other nations with their individual family arms, all members of a Polish clan used very similar or even identical coat of arms!
For example, a John of Ponikowo, clan and coat of arms Lubicz, (Jan Lubicz Ponikowski) would use the identical arms as a Martin of Czaplice (Marcin Lubicz Czaplicki), of the same clan.
www.angelfire.com /on/czapla/intro.html   (559 words)

  
 Polish Coat Of Arms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
NEW 10,000 Coats of Arms NEW Coat of Arms Newsletter SEARCH Family Arms on the Web...
According to the Polish customary heraldic law, both the coat of arms, as well as...
The sole feature of the polish coat of arms is the eagle.
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 NetSurf Directory - Society Genealogy Surnames C   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Caley - Aim is to provide a focal point for family members worldwide.
Features coat of arms, Latin roots, chat room and downloads.
Coate, Coates, Coats Digital Archive - One name study including information on the family DNA project.
www.netsurf.ws /odp/Society/Genealogy/Surnames/C   (1204 words)

  
 Society Genealogy Surnames C
Includes family tree, surname index, and coat of arms.
Chaloupka - Ancestral history of John and Catherine (Pirko) Chaloupka, who immigrated to the US from northeastern Bohemia with 7 children circa 1855.
Includes list of famous relatives, family tree, coat of arms, and photographs.
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 Czaplicki Surname Information Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Prussian Family I - KOTWICZ Clan Arms - Posen und Schlesien
Prussian Family II - KOTWICZ Clan Arms - Provinz Schlesien
M.A. aplicka Photo Album - The photographs are presented here with the permission of CURZON PRESS, 15 The Quadrant, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 1BP, England.
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 PGSA - Town Translation Entries (K)
Here lies the knight; here is his grave-mound, and with this church his piety-filled grandson honors the deceased hero." The metal tablet, which bore this inscription, was still there in the middle of the 18th century; where it is now is unknown.
As already mentioned, the Bossuta's Peter and Michael were given the coat of arms Wieniawa when elevated to knightly rank.
Under the descendants of the family Komierowski, which now belonged to the coat of arms Pomian, a certain Naslaw is named, who makes his appearance in 1288 as wojewoda of Sieradz and by whom the village Naslawa Laka (Naslaw's meadow) is founded.
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 PolishRoots - Surnames: Origins & Meanings
The Czaplickis of the clan Grabie had their ancestral seal located in the region of Chelmo which is about 50 kilometers northeast of Czestochowa, where their existence was documented in 1640.
The Czaplicki of the clan Grzymala lived in the region of Prussia, although a branch of this family were registered in the district of Chelmo in 1700.
A Czaplicki family from Silesia used this coat of arms although their family probably faded out.
www.polishroots.org /surnames/surnames_3.htm   (7681 words)

  
 MoneySearch.org - Unclaimed Money and Unclaimed Funds Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Chaloupka: Ancestral history of John and Catherine (Pirko) Chaloupka, who immigrated to the US from northeastern Bohemia with 7 children circa 1855.
Clappison Family Tree: Ancestral research as compiled by Robert F Clappison; presented by his son, John Clappison.
Coile Family: Descendants of James Coil (b.1800) of NC USA; died in Oglethorpe County, Georgia in 1893.
moneysearch.org /Top/Society/Genealogy/Surnames/C   (3871 words)

  
 Last Meaning Name Polish
Polish words as grabie, "rake"; grab, "the hornbeam tree"; and grabic~, "to plunder." Thus a place name like Grabowo would often have started out meaning...
Learn the meaning of the last name Sawicki and browse related Sawicki surname resources.
Uncover the meaning of your Polish last name with this free...
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 Sarah's Internet Directory
Ancestral history of John and Catherine (Pirko) Chaloupka, who immigrated to the US from northeastern Bohemia with 7 children circa 1855.
Ancestral research as compiled by Robert F Clappison; presented by his son, John Clappison.
Descendants of James Coil (b.1800) of NC USA; died in Oglethorpe County, Georgia in 1893.
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 C - The Society and Culture Beat - SearchBeat.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Carmack coats of arms collection - Collection and solicitation of Carmack family coat of arms.
Cushing Family Genealogy - Family tree of Cushing family in US and England dating to the Middle Ages.
Cleland Clan Society - Family history site, with information, arms and contact.
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· Manor from the end of the 18th century in Grabie.
· Stone chapel from the 19th century in Grabie.
· Gateway from 1697 with Sreniawa - the coat of arms of the Lubomirski Family in Dabrowa Tarnowska.
www.malopolskie.pl /informator2003/html/zabytkowe_en.htm   (10055 words)

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