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Disclaimer - Quoting James C. Neagles:

"...there is no such thing as a "family coat-of-arms" or a "family crest"; even in the event that one can trace his or her lineage to a family that was granted such an honor. To use arms one must officially apply for its use only after the correct "differencing" has taken place. There may be an exception when it can be proved that the applicant is a direct male descendant of the original armiger. The mere coincidence of one's surname being the same as a person who was granted arms is no indication of family relationship, nor does it indicate any right to arms. In the United States it is no crime to display arms and related insignia if one wishes. However, it should be understood that such a display is purely decorative." From the book The Library of Congress: A Guide to Historical & Genealogical Resources, Chapter 8 as requoted by DearMYRTLE.

Okay, with that out of the way, here are some GREAT crests - and fun to display.

Allred (link), Castle, Griffith, Hyde, Kendall, Lyons, Morgan, Norton, Pittman, Sharp, Whitlock (link), Whittaker, Yancey

 

   

     

     

  

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