Country : Ireland
County : Waterford
|Argent, on waves of the sea a two-masted ship sailing to the sinister between on either side on rocks a square tower all proper." Crest — An anchor sans beam, entwined by a dolphin haurient head downwards, all proper. Supporters — On the dexter side a warrior vested in a cloak and kilt, in his belt a sword, in his dexter hand a lance, and in his sinister a bow unstrung. On the sinister side a warrior habited in knee-breeches and a short cloak, his dexter hand supporting a battle-axe head downwards, and on his sinister arm a shield. Motto, in ancient Irish characters, "Ní Maraidhe Go Stiúrthóir", which means "Can't Have a Mariner Without a Steersman" in English."
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The arms as used on a JaJa postcard +/- 1905
Literature : Image provided by "Laurence Jones" (email@example.com)
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