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Larner Coat of Arms

Based on COA from Family-Crests.com

Origin: English

Spelling variations:  Delawny, Delauney, De Laune, De Lune, Delaune, Delorney, Dalorney, Deloney, Delony, De Lawny and many more.

First found in London where they were anciently seated as Lords of the Manor.

Some of the first settlers of this name or some of its variants were: the name represented in many forms and recorded from the mid 17th century in the great migration from Europe. Migrants settled in the eastern seaboard from Newfoundland, to Maine, to Virginia, the Carolinas, and to the islands.

Arms: Azure, a cross lozengy or, on a chief gules, a leopard of the second, spotted sable, holding a passion cross of the last.

Crest: None specified.

Motto:  not available




Gules (Red) - Warrior, Martyr, Military Strength

Azure (Blue) - Strength, Loyalty

Or (Gold) - Generosity


I found this on the House of Names website.  I then did a search on Swyrich, which said there was no COA available.  I wasn't sure how they could show the COA depicted here if they had no description of the COA available to them (did they make it up?)

Based on COA from House of Names

So I ordered a COA from the Coat of Arms Store, and received the same image as the House of Names image.  As far as I can tell, the "James P. Wolf heraldry", "Coat of Arms Store" and probably a zillion others, are all driven by Swyrich, which runs House of Names.

I have found two other sources, neither of which agrees with this version.  The version from Halberts is, of course, the most suspect (I am not doing my own version of the Halberts COA, but it is available at the previous link).  The version from Mike McDermont is probably of equal value, if not more, than this one from Swyrich.  

Based on COA from Mike McDermont

I received my COA from Family-Crests.com, which essentially agrees with the House of Names version, so I'm calling it quits until something else comes up during my wife's genealogy search that links my Larner heritage with one of these or another as yet undetermined.  Of course, we may never get back that far!

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