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Re: Rev. Pierre ROBERT Coat of Arms and ancestors
Posted by: Gregory Hodges (ID *****2128) Date: January 30, 2012 at 16:00:49
In Reply to: Re: Rev. Pierre ROBERT Coat of Arms and ancestors by deb norton of 26722

Thanks for sharing the information about the church. I had not seen that before. My primary interest is in the Rev. Pierre Robert, who emigrated in 1868 and founded a church at French Santee. Also, going far back from there, I'm trying to find out about the origins of a coat of arms that bears a Welsh motto -- particularly how did it come to be, to whom was it awarded and/or by whom.

The copy in my family came down through my great grandmother. This weekend I found a black and white copy of the same crest in Our Family Circle, but no more information about it.

Thanks again for helping.

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