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Re: Braceys in Australia
Posted by: Lawrence Date: August 22, 2001 at 13:06:31
In Reply to: Re: Braceys in Australia by Karen Bracey of 281

Dear Karen, Thanks for the reply. The Bracey home at Madresfield, near Great Malvern has tours. Peter Hughes was in the estate office the number being 01684573614. You'd have to book in advance because it is a small group and I believe once a week. The coat of arms there(as I remember) has the open hand and is in stained glass. At Malvern Priory Church in Great Malvern there are Bracey stained glass windows with the coat of arms in the tiles it is two stars over a bar. The coat of arms I have has the two open hands with unicorn under oak tree. It has band dexter silver on black. Do you knmow meaning of open hands? I was told it was because with Bracey "word is my bond" They say the unicorn and oak are royal. Anything you know helpful.Larry


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