John Andrews (1635)

The coat of arms of John Andrews of Ipswich, Massachusetts.

The Coat of Arms of John Andrews: Gules, a saltire or, surmounted of another vert.

John Andrews came to the colonies of British North America in 1635 from Warwick, England.

The Coat of Arms Blazoned: Gules, a saltire or, surmounted of another vert.
Crested: A Blackamoor’s head in profile couped at the shoulders and wrteathed about the temples all proper.
Motto: Virtute et fortuna.

Gules, a saltire or, surmounted of another vert.

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

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 Andrews family from Ipswich, Massachusetts?

Gules, a saltire or, surmounted of another vert.

This coat of arms is the same as that attributed to Eward Andrews, the only difference being the crest.

Crozier states that a John Andrews of Farmington, Connecticut (1640) and Horace Andrews, Jr. Esq. of Albany, New York used the same arms as John Andrews with no difference.

Originally posted 2011-03-20 10:22:06.

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