$ 34.95

The Committee on Heraldry was established in 1864 within the New England Historic Genealogical Society to study coats of arms and the people who bore them in the United States. The Roll of Arms project, begun in 1914, is a record of settlers in the colonies or immigrants to the United States who were entitled to coats of arms under the customs of their mother countries. This newest installment, the Eleventh Part, is introduced with an updated history of the Committee and the Roll of Arms. It includes new entries for seventy-two immigrants to all parts of the United States, from the British Isles and seven other European countries, between 1587 and 1895, with a blazon of each coat and crest, biographical or genealogical identification of the immigrant, and notes of interest on the heraldry. Every coat of arms is illustrated in black and white.

Edited by Nathaniel Lane Taylor

6 x 9 paperback, 72 pages, illustrated

Published by American Ancestors | NEHGS in Feb. 2024

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