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Burgess Coat of Arms / Burgess Family Crest

Burgess Coat of Arms / Burgess Family Crest

Burgess Family Crest / Burgess Coat of Arms



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Origins Irish, English

Brief Family History Spelling variations include: Burgess, Burys and others.

First found in County Wexford, where one named Burgess was a witness to the Charter of Rosbercon in New Ross.

Some of the first settlers of this name or some of its variants were: Daniel Burgess and his wife and their eight children, who settled in Prescott, Ontario in 1825; Arthur Burgess, who immigrated to Quebec in 1850; and Ann and George Burgess, who arrived in Boston in 1847. A number of Burgesses landed in New York between 1840 and 1860.

Motto:

Motto Translated:

Crest: A red camel's head couped, bezante.

Coat of Arms: A silver shield with a fess divided lozengy gold and red, in chief three red mascles, all within a red border bezante.



Origins Irish, English

Brief Family History Spelling variations include: Burgess, Burgeis, Burghersh, Burges, Burgesse, Burgar, Bergiss, Bergess, Bargess, Bargeis, Bergeus, Burgeus, Burgeuss and many more.

First found in Sussex where they are believed to be descended from the Barons Burghersh, which later became Burwash, a parish in that county.

Some of the first settlers of this name or some of its variants were: John Burges who arrived in Virginia in 1635; John and Rachel Burges settled in the Barbados in 1680 with their servants; Alexander Burgess arrived in Boston Mass. in 1851.

Motto:

Motto Translated:

Crest: A red lion holding a silver fleur de lis.

Coat of Arms: A shield chequey silver and red, with three blue crosses botone on a gold chief.


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last updated on: April 3rd, 2017

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