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Re: Coat of Arms
Posted by: Cliff Chancey Date: December 09, 2001 at 22:17:46
In Reply to: Coat of Arms by Michael Chancey of 630

Michael:
The Yorkshire and Hertfordshire, England, branch of the Chauncy/Chauncey family has several coats of arms. One from before about 1350, and one after that date. The later coat of arms is shown in Fowler's book "Memorials of the Chauncey's". The Chancey families descended from the New England Chauncey's have this same coat of arms.
The Northamptonshire Chauncey's have a different coat of arms. Descriptions of most of these arms can be found in Burke's "General Armory" [a reference book of English coats of arms]. Hope this helps,
Cliff Chancey


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