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'''Arms''' : Gules a Cross patonce Or between five Fountains on a Chief Azure a Pallet Ermine between two Lions passant guardant Gold.<br>
 
'''Arms''' : Gules a Cross patonce Or between five Fountains on a Chief Azure a Pallet Ermine between two Lions passant guardant Gold.<br>
 
'''Crest''' : Out of a Circlet Vert charged with three Ears of Wheat Or two Ostrich Feathers Argent between the same a demi Lion Gold gorged with a Collar Gules holding in the forepaws at Battle-Axe the haft Sable the head proper. <br>
 
'''Crest''' : Out of a Circlet Vert charged with three Ears of Wheat Or two Ostrich Feathers Argent between the same a demi Lion Gold gorged with a Collar Gules holding in the forepaws at Battle-Axe the haft Sable the head proper. <br>
'''Motto''' : 'PRESTS POUR NOSTRE PAYS'
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'''[[:Category:Mottoes all|Motto]]''': 'PRESTS POUR NOSTRE PAYS'
  
 
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WELTON

Incorporated into : West Lindsey

Arms (crest) of Welton

Official blazon

Arms : Gules a Cross patonce Or between five Fountains on a Chief Azure a Pallet Ermine between two Lions passant guardant Gold.
Crest : Out of a Circlet Vert charged with three Ears of Wheat Or two Ostrich Feathers Argent between the same a demi Lion Gold gorged with a Collar Gules holding in the forepaws at Battle-Axe the haft Sable the head proper.
Motto: 'PRESTS POUR NOSTRE PAYS'

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted on June 20, 1955.

I have no information of these arms. Any information is welcome !


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