28) Phillips, John, of Hanbury Hall, co. 1793), aged 28, Cornish settler convicted in Cornwall, UK on 24th March 1821, sentenced for 7 years for housebreaking and stealing articles of clothing, transported aboard the ship "Mary Anne" in November 1821 to New South Wales, Mr. Phillips, Australian settler travelling from Sydney aboard the ship "Bee" arriving in New Zealand in 1838, Mr. John Phillips, (b. 1833), aged 8, British settler travelling from Gravesend aboard the ship "Lord William Bentinck" arriving in Wellington, New Zealand on 24th May 1841. In Australia, one of the first bearers of this name was Bat Phillips, a convict from Middlesex, England who came to New South Wales (then a penal colony) aboard the Agamemnon in April of 1820. This DUI was originally approved for the 10th Infantry Regiment, hence the blue and white coloring. sejant, reguardant  ppr. History, Genealogy, and Ancestry Warw., and to the descendants of his father William, deed, 11 July 1835, 1) Philip-Broade after Stanier, Francis, of co. The spelling variants rank as follows in the 2000 US Census: Philips (4,796th), Phillip (5,352nd), Philip (6,779th), Philipp (15,451st), Philipps (18,283rd), Philippe (20,036th), Phillipps (49,333th). 25) Pro aris et focis (For God and country or For altars and hearths) 1919), Scottish Paymaster Lieutenant (S) serving for the Royal Navy from Delhi, India, Moved to Edinburgh. Richard Phillips, age 14, came to Virginia aboard the George in August 1635. He was born in 1824 and in 1854, he married Marianne, daughter of Major Thomas Bowen, of Pantyderi  in Pembroke, and had children with her: Grismond (1867), John Picton (1870), and Catherine Elizabeth (1877). who in 1649, married Christobel, daughter and co-heir of Robert Whetall, of Bignoll Hill, county Stafford. ), F.R.S., of Jesus Coll., Camb., and Lincoln’s Inn, London, 1850, aged 30, 1872. Carab., [1863] Thus the oldest coats of arms generally do not include a motto. Published by the Niagara Historical Society . Mary, daughter of William and Mary Phillips was baptized in December of 1678 in the parish of Christchurch, Barbados. Collected and Edited by . Samuel, b. Eng. 16) Rev. co. Sir Robin Francis Phillips was born in 1940 and succeeded his father in 1944, becoming the 3rd Baronet. America has had two dominant political parties for most of its history. 1) Arg a lion sa ramp sa gorged [gu?] There are hundreds of notable people with the Phillips surname. Cynan “Cylched” ap Tryffin (around 600 AD) X, No. Translation memories are created by human, but computer aligned, which might cause mistakes. These 83 blazons are from Bernard Burke’s book The General Armory of England, Ireland, and Scotland, which was published in 1848. Early Americans Bearing the Phillips Family Crest Amor patriae definition is - love of one's country : patriotism. . Buy a digital Coat of Arms in high quality. He succeeded his maternal uncle, Thomas Philipps, Esquire of Aberglasney in 1824 whereupon he acquired the manor and estate and surname of Philipps. He was born in 1802 and he married Charlotte Caroline, daughter of Captain William Barlet, and had five issue her: John Allen (Justice of the Peace, Colonel Cardigan Militia, Captain in 82 Regiment, married Elizabeth Jones), Faulkonor Cecil, Charlotte Maria Carleton (married Henry Mathias of Haverford West), Elizabeth Mary (married Robert Dudley Ackland of Boulston), and Mary Frances (married Captain John Edwin Corner). He was born in 1855 and in 1885, he married Dorothea Sarah Florence Alexandra, daughter of Albert Frederick Ortlepp of Colesburg, Cape Colony. Miss Isabella Phillips, (Elizabeth), English convict who was convicted in Middlesex. 17) Adjuvante Deo (God my helper) He was the son of Albert Alexander Phillips of Scituate Rhode Island and Almira Rice. 9) late Gwyther, . **A line from the ancient Roman poet Virgil (from the poem Aenied?) One source asserts the name was first found in Connacht, where a man named MacPhilbin was one of the chiefs in that area, then named Sil Amachada (in East Galway). They possessed large estates in the barony of Ccstello, in the present County of Mayo, their principal seat being at Cloonmore. 1831), aged 10, British settler travelling from Gravesend aboard the ship "Lord William Bentinck" arriving in Wellington, New Zealand on 24th May 1841, Miss Emma Phillips, (b. Moreton-in-the-Marsh, co. Glouc, reputed dau. Burke states this branch of the Philips family tree is part of the Heath House branch. Ch., p. 56. Priests and the few other literate people were responsible for recording names in official documents. sa. Miss Eleanor Phillips, (b. Motto: Ducit amor patriae—"The love of my country leads me on." Philipps of Aberglasney His brother, William McPhillips, was a man of much influence in his locality and exercised it on many occasions for the benefit of the people. His third wife was  Mary, daughter of John Dwight, with whom he had the following issue: Nathaniel, Eleazur, Henry, Timothy, Mary, Samuel, Elisa, Jonathan, Mehitable, John, John, and Elizabeth. This name, which was usually Latinized as Philippus, was originally derived from the Greek name Philippos. Miles Philips ( fl. Occasionally, however, spelling variations were carried out according to an individual's specific design: a branch loyalty within the family, a religious adherence, or even patriotic affiliations could be indicated by minor variations. Philipps of Mabws and Dale Castle Common spelling variants or names with similar etymologies include Phillip, Philip, Philipp, Philipps, Philippe, Phillipps, Philipp, Philip, Philipe, Philipe, Phelippe, Phillip, Philips, Fillups, Fulop, Pilip, Fillip, and others. All these advertisements for an indigenous treaty via the current Victorian government are suggesting a massive folly for the indigenous community. He died in 1685 and was succeeded by his son, Nathaniel Philips, Esquire Esq. Crest: A lion rampant as in the arms. 7) David Phillips of Milford, around 1657 The following variants do not rank in in the top 152,000 names: Philipp, Philip, Philipe, Philipe. Several members of the family were High Sheriffs and Members of Parliament. Azure, a lion rampant sable, ducally gorged and chained or. 2) Andrew Phillips, likely son of the above, who married Sarah, daughter of Michael Smith of Malden in 1683 and had the following issue with her: Andrew (1687), Ebenezer (1695), and Joanna (1697). . 20) Phillipps, James Orcbard Halliwell- (s. of Thomas, of Brixton Hill, deed. This branch of the Phillips family tree bore the following heraldic arms and crest: Per pale argent and sable within an orle of fleurs-de-lis arg. John Capel Philips was Esquire of The Heath House in county Stafford and Newlands, counties Gloucestershire who was Justice of the Peace and Deputy Lieutenant who was born in 1831 and in 1857 married Fanny Esther Flower, daughter of Henry Jeffrey, 5th Vissount of Ashbrook, and had five issue with her: Burton Henry (1858), John Augustus (1861), Montagu Capel (1875), Frances Margaret, and Bertha Mary. Lord Cydifor Fawr Fawr,ap Collwyn,ap Gollwyn formerly Fawr,ap Cloowyn,ap Gollwyn (1055 AD) Note: Sold in pairs (i.e., if you order a quantity of 1 you will receive two Unit Crests). 24) Phillips, Sir Thomas, Bart., of Middle Hill, co. 13) Virtute et fide (By virtue and faith) This branch of the Philipps family tree bore the following heraldic arms: Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or, a lion rampant sable, between two fleurs-de-lis in chief az. 1587), was an English mariner with Captain John Hawkyns on his voyage of 1568. The price of the product changes after adding at least one to the cart. In 1845, he married Ellen Harriet, daughter of William Helyar and he had two issue with her: Edith Ellen and William Robert (Justice of the Peace, of the 6th Dragoon Guards, born in 1846, married Cicely Grace Augusta, daughter of Frederick Fane of Moles Court). His lineage is traces back to David Walters, Gentlemen of Perthygerant county Cardigan, son of John Walters. 14) Philips to Scott, (Spr. PHILLIPS: Origin: Welsh Coat of Arms: A black lion rampant gorged with a crown and chained on a silver shield crowned gold. But an empire is not an empire without a central state, and no state can be made without its people. Arnold: Gules, a chevron ermine between three pheons or. 1) Phillips – (Coventry; Edward Phillips, Esq., of Whitmore Hall, Whitmore Park, near that city). Pre-World War I Insignia. He left two sous, Richard, his heir, and Thomas”. 459thBG motto - 'Ducit Amor Patriae' I was hoping someone could tell me what the 459thBG motto 'Ducit Amor Patriae' means. The branch of the Philipps family tree from Picton Castle in a line of great antiquity in the south of Wales, and descends from Cadifor ap Collwyn, Lord of Dyfed in county Pembroke, known as Cadifor Vawr (the Great) who died in 1089 AD. Ms. Eleanor Phillips(b. Bookplate James Phillips. Grismond Philipps was Esquire of Cwmgwilly, son of George, was a Member of Parliament, who married Anne, daughter of John Ball and had issuer with her: Grismond, John George (went to India), William, Cecil Eliza (married General Baillie), and Catherine Anne Prudence (married W.R.H. 2, Autumn 1972 The United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada strongly supports an increased public awareness of Canada's history. Henry Phillips was recorded as living in Virginia (“At Warwick Squeake”) in February 1623. Jonathan, b. Watertown 16 Nov 1633 5. His son was named Echuid Allmuit mac Artchop who was born in Ireland around 330 AD. Same Arms and Crest. He married Mary, daughter of Thomas Blackmore of Briggins Park, and with her had ossue: Edward (Lieutnant in 13th Light Dragoons killed at Waterloo), Mary Anne (married her first cousin, John Phelips) and Charles Phelips. The Poll Tax of Yorkshire in 1379 AD lists one bearer of this last name: Cecilia Philipp. The lineage traces back to Reverend Charles Phelios who was born in 1765, the son of Edward Phelips of Montacure of Somerset. 2) Cwell angau neu chivilydo or Gwell angau na Chywilydd (Better death than dishonor)** The author states he desends from Michel and Barbara Phelips (or Felipe) who descended from “ancient Irsaelitish stock of Spain, viara Portugal and Holland, of Newport, Rhode Island, 1668”. The crest and motto are borne in consequence of the life of William Phillips, Esq., of Cavendish Square, having been saved from drowning in Portsmouth harbour by a strange dog; this canine preserver was received into the family and passed the remainder of his days in ease and com fart. Exemplification of Manx only. Same Arms as Richard Gundry of Maryland: Argent two lions passant guardant, in pale azure. Gilbert H., M.A., of co. York. John Phillips (1539 Northamptonshire, Devon). . Theophilus, b. Watertown 28 May 1636, m(1) Watertown 3 Nov 1666 Bethiah Kedell, d. Watertown 15 Mar 1668, m(2) Watertown 21 Nov 1677 Mary Bennett 6. 2) Philipps to Lee, William, of co. York and Berks., [1761] Popularity & Geographic Distribution Respect. 1963), American Private from Oakaloosa, Iowa, USA who died in the crash, Ms. Ruthie Phillips (b. Distinctive ornamentation of a design desired by the organization was authorized for wear on the Mess Jacket uniform by designated organizations (staff corps, departments, corps of artillery, and infantry and cavalry regiments) per General Order 132 dated December 31, 1902. 1803), aged 38, British settler travelling from Gravesend aboard the ship "Lord William Bentinck" arriving in Wellington, New Zealand on 24th May 1841, Miss Fanny Phillips, (b. 8) Quod justum non quod utile (What is just, not what is useful) (of Garedon Park) 33) Phillips-Jordell, Thomas, of county Chester and Lancashire, 1868 Phillips Family Crest, Coat of Arms and Name History, Get a JPG image that can be opened on any device, You'll receive a high-res detailed Coat of Arms, We'll send you an email with a download link in a few seconds. Philips of Heybridge Notables They had the following issue: Narthaniel (born 1730, married Hannah Barrow of Salford) and John. 27) Phillips to Nicholson, William, B.A., of Roundhay, co. York, 1827, ), 1876. The name developed into MacPhilbin as well. By 1838, the British New Zealand Company had begun buying land from the Maori tribes, and selling it to settlers, and, after the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840, many British families set out on the arduous six month journey from Britain to Aotearoa to start a new life. John was born in 1734 and was an Esquire who purchased the estate of Bank Hall of Heaton Norris in county Lancaster in 1777. Here is the pedigree from him: Notably, the name was born by five different kings of Spain and six kings of France. 1828, and a peer 1847, d.s.p.). 3) Philipps, late Mansel, Richard, of Wales, [1793] Motto—Mens conscia recti. Below is the direct line of male descent from him (estimated): He had three children with her: Harold Lioned (born 1886, Captain in the Royal Airforece who married Hilda Wildman Hills and served in World War I), Francis Rudolph (Captain of the Surrey Yeomanry, born 1888, married Eileen Cicely Mander in 1920). He died in 1776 and was succeeded by his younger son John. Motto Translated: Patriotism leads me. 12) to Maxnell, Maj. Courtenay, of Coedgaing, co. Carmarthen, Wales. Crest: A demi-rampant erminois, collared sable ducally-crowned or, holding between the paws a fleur-de-lis arg. "Ducit Amor Patriae" (Led By Love Of Country) Germany 1948-49 and 1953-56 The Association welcomes all of those who are former members or who had relatives or an interest the Battalion in its many forms. He had no children. Sir Aron ap Rhys (1165 AD) He and another 114 were put ashore near Panuco, Mexico. Lie, 8 Nov. 1798), [1798]. The Union League continues to be driven by its founding motto, Amor Patriae Ducit or Love of Country Leads. Cynan “Cylched” ap Tryffin (around 670 AD) The 1890 book Homes of Family Names by H.B. 1) Reverend George Phillips of Watertown, Massachusetts, 1630, from Boxford. patriae: of my country . More details and Phillips pedigree can be obtained from his books. Cynan ab Arthafad (870, Dyfed, Wales) In Canada, some of the earliest immigrants bearing this name include Diana and Eleonor Phillips who came to Nova Scotia in 1750. Charles was his son and heir, an Esquire of Briggins Park who was born in 1794 and was Justice of the Peace, Deputy Lieutenant, and High Sheriff in 1794. He was the son of Edward Fisher of Spring Dale in county York and Jane Gregg of Lisburn and Colerain in Ireland, who assumed the surname Philipps, in lieu of Fisher, by royal license in 1876 in compliance with the testamentary injunction of his father in law. In some counties the contractions and corruptions of Philip often take the place of Phillips, the commonest and least altered form, and are associated with it in others. Engr. a lion ramp. Nicholas Phillips Jr. was born in Dedham, Essex in 1586 They come from many sources and are not checked. Philip Phillips formerly Ap Meredudd (1415, Cilsant Castle, Wales) Philips also worked in a mine where over four years accumulated some four thousand pieces of eight. Thomas Phillips, age 24, came to Virginia aboard the Assurance in July 1635. Thomas Phillips (1465, Wales) See Terms of Use for details. The empire is growing, and it spreads its far-flung frontiers ever further by the grace of the gods. 18) Arr dduw y Gyd (All depends on God) 1959), American Flight attendant from New York, USA who died in the crash, Master Hubert Phillips (1903-1914), Canadian Third Class Passenger from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada who was traveling aboard the, Miss Ethel Phillips (1901-1914), Canadian Third Class Passenger from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada who was traveling aboard the, Mrs. Rachel Phillips (1860-1914), née Pass Canadian Third Class Passenger from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada who was traveling aboard the. Firstly, state governments cannot decree a treaty, that is a federal level of government responsibility. After … He accompanied the latter on his crusade of 1189, and was present at his marriage with Berengaria of Navarre at Cyprus in 1191. This surname was derived from the personal name Philip. [1768]. Phillips is the thirty-seventh most common surname in America. ***Motto of the Welsh Regiment. Joseph Phillips, age 28, came to Virginia aboard the Merchant’s Hope in July 1635. The Phelips Coat of Arms (mistakenly called the Phelips Family Crest) was the same arms as that of Phelips of Montacure discussed above. This Greek name was composed of the words "philein," which means "to love," and "hippos," which means "horse." Madog ap Gwilym formerly Gwilym Mr. Raymond T Phillips (b. The spelling variations of the name Phillips have included Phillips, Philips, Phillip, Philip, Pilip, Pillips, Fillip, Filip, Filips, Phillipes, Philipes, Phillup, Philups, Fillups, Filups, Pilups, Pillups, Fulop and many more. Mottoes first began to be shown with arms in the 14th and 15th centuries, but were not in general use until the 17th century. They had also a castle at Doon, a short distance east of Westport in the same county. Crest: A demi-lion azure, between two nuggets of gold and charged with two annulets interlaced palewise or. Old Sil. Early Bearers of the Surname Motto—Ducit amor patriae. Iop Ap Dei (800) This family is a branch of the Philips family tree of Philips of Heath House. We use cookies to enhance your personalized experience for ads, analytics, and more. Motto: Ducit amor patriae. This is a good resource for the Philips Coat of Arms, Philips Family Crest, Phillip Coat of Arms, Phillip Family Crest, Philip Coat of Arms, and Philip Family Crest. Pronunciation of Amor Patriae Ducit with 1 audio pronunciation, 2 meanings, 11 translations and more for Amor Patriae Ducit. Ducit amor patriae is Latin for “Patriotism leads me.” - Loyalist Gazette, Vol. Mr. A. George Phillips (d. 1912), aged 27, English Trimmer from Southampton. William Phillips, age 28, came to the Barbados aboard the Falcon in December 1635. 3) Animo et fide (By courage and faith) Dei ap Llywri (770) This page serve as an excellent resource and authority not only on the over 80 Phillips coats of arms or “family crests” (an erroneous and slightly misleading term, see disclaimer at the very bottom of this page), but also the Phillips family history, Phillips family tree, genealogy, and ancestry, as it is fairly comprehensive compared to other pages on the internet on this heraldic and genealogical topic for this surname. The surname Phillips was first found in Kent, where legend has it that the family (but not the surname) is descended from Maximus, the Briton, Roman Emperor from 383 until his death in 388, and the King of Britain, when he married the daughter of Octavius, King of the Britons. This family is a branch of the family tree of Philips of Heath House. ), of nr. The McPhillips contributed many eminent men to the Irish hierarchy, among whom may be mentioned the Rev. Mylne, Barrister-at-Law), Anna Priscilla, Hester Emily (William Duckworth, of Pendleton), Isabella, Elizabeth Lucy, Jessy, Clara Octavia, and Caroline. Some of the first settlers of this family name were: Digital Products on Checkout, all other products filled in 1 business day, Entire site uses SSL / Secure Certificate. 5. 1) Mens conscia recti (A mind conscious of rectitude) The eldest son Mark was Esquire of Snitterfield and Welcome was a Member of Parliament for Manchester (from 1832-1847) who was born in 1800 and died in 1873, whereupon he was succeeded by his brother. . Variations Last ... Azure,a lion rampart sable,ducally gorged and chained. Start the journey. 14) Vivis sperandum (Where there is life there is hope) 10) Henry Phillips of Dedham, freeman in 1639, who was in an artillery company in 1640. Another source asserts this last name was first found in Kent, England where legend states the family descended from Maximum, the Roman Emperor and King of Britain in the fourth century AD, and that the family was later pushed into Wales by invading Saxons where they claim descent from Tudwal (born 528 AD) who was a descendant of the First King of Wales, Rhodri Mawr (820-878 AD). 21) of Lougworth, Lagwardine and Eaton Bishop, co. Hereford, [1831] Philip I born in 640 BC and Philip II born 359 BC, the latter being the father of Alexander The Great) as well as one of Christ’s Twelve Apostles (Philip the Apostle born in 80 AD from Antolia who preached in Greece, Syria, and Turkey). 3) Or a lion ramp gorged sa. Bridget Phillips, Irish convict who was convicted in. The east face has the Latin inscription “Ducit amor patriae” (Love of country leads (me)). Bledri Latimer ap Cydifor (1057 AD, Cil Sant, Llanwinio, Wales) Bob Watkins 8462 Road 41 Mancos CO 81328 US ww2battlecolors@gmail.com Eng., m. before 17 May 1651 Job Bishop of Ipswich Children (by Elizabeth): 3. The Philips genealogy continues for several more generations. Lathame: Or, on a chief indented azure three plates. 4) Spero meliora (I hope for better things) Crest: A lion as in the arms. John William Philips was Esquire of Heybridge in county Stafford, England, as well as Justice of the Peace, Deputy Lieutenant, and High Sheriff in 1861. of Penang, nat. 1909), English Leading Seaman serving for the Royal Navy from Birmingham, England, who sailed into battle and died in the sinking, ... (Another 1 entries are available in all our. 53) Philipps – (Baron Milford, extinct 1857; Richard Bulkekley Grant, Esq., who s. to the estates of the Philips family under the will of Lord Milford, assumed the surname of Philipps 1824, was created a bart. Foreign equivalent/similar surnames include Philippus (Norse), Philipp/Philipsen (Dutch), Phlups (Flemish), Philp (Swedish), Filippi (Italian), and Filipowicz (Poland). They were captured and indentured as domestic servants. Mr. Escott Robert Phillips (d. 1912), aged 42, English Second Class passenger from Ilfracombe. Charles Bolton’s American Armory (1927) contains three for this surname: of Norcliffe Hall) Sarah Jane (married J.W. He married Elizabeth Brock and later Ann Hunting and had issue named Eleazer, Hannah, and Abigail. 23) Per mutlos annos (Through many years) Thomas AP Philip of Hyslant in county Carmarthen, a descendant of Cadifor, who married Jane, daughter and co-heir of Sir Henry Donne, of Picton (who was the son of Owen Donne of Muddlescombe and Katherine Wogan of Picton Castle, lineally descended from the lords of Picton) and thus he acquired the estate of Picton. Elizabeth Phillips, age 22, came to Virginia aboard the America in June 1635. Rhys ap Bledri  (1115 AD) 29) Phillips, late Brown, Gov. ., of Kertch, and Rotherham, co. York, [1876] The distinctive ornamentation was described later as coats of arms, pins and devices. Buy now. John Phillips was recorded among the dead in Virginia in February 1623. Cynan “Cylched” ap Tryffin (around 530 AD) 23) Phillips-Treby, Col. Paul Winslow, R.A., of Goodarnor Plympton St. Mary, co. Devon, 1877, abt. Am. a lion rampant erminois, ducally crowned, and holding between the paws a mascle or, a canton arm. The ancestors of the bearers of the name Phillips were the ancient Britons that inhabited in the hills and Moors of Wales. He was educated in France, and was a man of varied learning and profound erudition. He was the son of Philip Saunders Phillips of London, a merchant. First grant, [1821] 1888), Mr. D Phillips, British Cook, who sailed into battle on the, Mr. Phillips, British Petty Officer, who sailed into battle on the, Mr. Phillips, British Boy, who sailed into battle on the, Mr. Phillips, British Chief Petty Officer, who sailed into battle on the, Mr. Leonard Phillips, British Leading Cook, who sailed into battle on the, Walter G. Phillips, British Regulating Petty Officer with the Royal Navy aboard the HMS Royal Oak when she was torpedoed by U-47 and sunk; he survived the sinking, Frederick Sandford Phillips (1961-1988), American Student from Little Rock, Arkansas, who flew aboard the, Mr. Wallace Banta Phillips, American 1st Class Passenger from Brooklyn, New York, USA, who sailed aboard the, Miss Mary Phillips, English Stewardess from England, who worked aboard the, Mr. William Phillips, Canadian 3rd Class passenger from Hillcrest, Canada, who sailed aboard the. The lineage traces back to Sir Lionel Philips, 1st Baronet, who was created so in 1912, and was a Deputy Lieutenant and High Sheriff in 1903. Supporters, [1847 ?] In case your word wasn't found in the database, you can simply use the 'Add it' button to create a new word in the database (No login required!). (Illinoi… Crest: A lion. Mr. Norman Phillips (b. The supporters of this coat-of-arms are two horses, argent. Crest—A garb fesseways or, thereon a leopard sejant ppr. 26) Veritas vincet (Truth prevails) Several, but not all, will be discussed below: Impaling: Sa on a chev or [arg?] Quartering Stubbs and Burton, [1862] Church and Phillips quarterly, [1869] Vol. Later the family was forced back into Wales by the invading Saxons, where they traditionally claim descent from Tudwal (c.AD 528-564) "of the wounded knee," a descendant of Rhodri Mawr, first King of Wales. 30) late Brown, Maj.-Gen. Sir Charles, of Lyndhurst, Hampsh., 1825, Crest: a demi-lion ramp guard. 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