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Malin Coat of Arms
Posted by: Dave Malin (ID *****0919) Date: July 21, 2002 at 08:36:37
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MALIN COAT OF ARMS
Arms: Sable on a fess or, two palets gules.

Crest: An arm in armour erect proper couped at the elbow, grasping a cresent or.

Motto: ADJUVANTE DEO "God my helper"

The arms described above are as recorded in Burkes General armory on Page 652, under the etymological variant spelling of MALINS. These arms were first recorded in the County of Warwick. The surname of MALIN originated as a baptisimal name meaning the 'son of Mary' and is derived from 'MALLE' a nickname for Mary. Early instances of the name are:- Malina in 1212, Malyn del Wllehous in 1277 and Richard Malin in 1297

I am researching the MALIN family in the Alcester, Warwickshire, UK, area. Any help greatly received.
dave999@fsmail.net




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