William Almy (1630)

The coat of arms of William Almy of Boston, Massachusetts.

Gules, a bordure Or, a tower of three turrets, two keys crossed in base Argent.

William Almy came to the United States in 1630.

The Coat of Arms Blazoned: Gules, within a bordure or, a tower triple turreted, two keys crossed in base argent.
Crested: A standard, lance, sword and shield conjoined, within the shield gules, a crusader’s cross or.
Motto: [None Recorded]

The arms were most likely awarded in England by the King of Arms of England.

As cited in the 1904 Edition of Crozier’s General Armory; William Armstrong Crozier, Fox Duffield & Company, New York.

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What was the Coat of Arms of the Almy family from Boston, Massachusetts?

Gules, within a bordure or, a tower triple turreted, two keys crossed in base argent.

Charles Almy of Boston, Massachusetts

Crozier lists the honorable Charles Almy of Boston, Massachusetts as having the same coat of arms as William Almy of Massachusetts.

Leonard B. Almy, Esquire of Norwich, Connecticut

Crozier lists the Leonard B. Almy, Esquire of Norwich, Connecticut as having the same coat of arms as William Almy of Massachusetts.

Edward Percy Almy of Williamsport, Pennsylvania

Crozier lists Edward Percy Almy, Esquire of Williamsport, Pennsylvania as having the same coat of arms as William Almy of Massachusetts.

Bradford Almy of Ithaca, New York

Crozier lists the honorable Bradford Almy of Ithaca, New York as having the same coat of arms as William Almy of Massachusetts.

Originally posted 2011-01-08 12:33:26.

John Andrews (1635)
John Anderson (1700)

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