Coat of Arms: Silver with a red chevron between three black arrowheads.
Crest: A swan pierced with an arrow.
Motto: Transfixus sed non mortuus
Motto Translated: Transfixus sed non mortuus
The Irish surname Walsh was brought to Ireland by Norman settlers from Wales. The word Wales is the literal meaning of the name which is the fourth most common surname found in Ireland. Welsh, Walshe, Brannagh and Breathnach are variations of the name which is most common in counties Kilkenny and Mayo.
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