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Re: what is the McElhinney coat of arms?
Posted by: John Hamilton McElhinney III Date: May 24, 1999 at 16:53:35
In Reply to: what is the McElhinney coat of arms? by Branigan Wallace McElhinney of 590 just so happens I know the answer to that. It is a white field with a green hill at the bottom. on the hill is a completely red lion (or wolf)...tail is up and front right paw if extended...above the lion/wolf is a castle with three battlements.
the far left and the far right tourets have bowmen on them. The center tower is the tallest and crowned with a pointed top and a cross...not very exciting but it's ours :-)


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