Wellington (Ontario, village)

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Province : Ontario

Arms (crest) of Wellington (Ontario, village)

Official blazon

Arms : Argent three piles one issuant from base Gules each charged with a Loyalist civil coronet Or.
Crest: Rising out of a mural coronet Gules masoned Or charged with a ducal coronet also Or a demi horse Argent crined, queued and unguled Or holding in the forelegs a cornucopia Or mouth downwards displaying tomato plants and pea vines fructed proper.
Supporters: On a grassy mound rising above barry wavy Azure and Argent two marine lions Gules queued Argent each gorged with a Loyalist civil coronet Or and holding a staff Argent flying therefrom to the dexter a Union banner tempore 1783 on the dexter side and on the sinister side a banner of the arms of the Village flying to the sinister.


The arms were officially granted on June 2, 1993.

Unfortunately we have no information on the meaning or origin of these arms yet.

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