Aguest wrote:Anyway, in New York I have read much about the wealth created by the Whaling industry, so I do wonder if the spiral horn on your engraving is meant to represent the Narwhal, a whale with a twisted horn on its head.
davidappleton wrote:The arms in the first and fourth quarters appear to be Johnson. Papworth's Ordinary of British Armorials cites: Johnson (London): Argent a pheon azure between three mascles gules.
There are way too many examples of the arms in the second and third quarters, "a chevron between three roses," in Papworth for to go through them all in the time that I have available.
Fairbairn's Crests shows "a pheon" used by Johnson (and 51 other families, though some are clearly simply variant spellings; e.g., Clark, Clarke, and Clerke).
I hope that this information is of some help to you.
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