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Bosschaerts - Persyn Genealogical research - Coats of Arms

Coats of Arms


Coat-of-arms Rietstap - Bosschaert Anvers


Bosschart - Antwerp
(ennoblement in 1665)

Divided in four parts. On golden fields 1 and 4: a red rock with a black eagle with two wings.
On azure (sky-blue) fields 2 and 3: a silver climbing lion, with a red tongue, claws and a golden crown.

It belonged to Georges Bosschart (1625-1678), Dominus or Lord of Boom, so it is found on several old alderman's seals of the city Boom.

Hereby a link to the genealogy of Georges Bosschaert - Despomeraulx


Coat-of-arms Rietstap - Bossart Bretagne
Bossart - Bretagne

On a silver field: three black waxing moons.
This coat of arms is still found in the North of the Netherlands.

In Bretagne in France is also a coat of arms of Bossart du Clos: three black waxing moons on a silver field and above an uprooted green tree.



Coat-of-arms Rietstap - Bosschaert Anvers

Bosschaert - Antwerp (ennoblement in 1685)

On a golden field an uprooted black tree, accompanied with three plovers, two on the branches and one under the tree.
This form of the coat of arms it is mostly spread and is known in several branches of the family.


Cornelius Bosschaert (1628-1707), married with Anna Lunden, owns this coat of arms.
Hereby a link to the genealogy of Cornelius Bosschaert

 

Bosschaert - Delft

An uprooted tree, accompanied with three plovers, two on the branches and one above the tree.

This coat of arms is most probably based on an error.



Coat-of-arms Rietstap - Bosschaert de Bouwel - Anvers

Bosschaert de Bouwel - Antwerp

On a golden field a black uprooted tree with four branches, two at each side, accompanied with three plovers. Two plovers sit at the bottom branches of the tree, the third is under the tree.





Coat-of-arms Rietstap - Bosschaert Anvers

Bosschaert - Antwerp (ennoblement on 8 july 1714 and 7 may 1729)

Divided in four fields. On golden fields 1 and 4; an uprooted black tree, accompanied with three plovers (Bosschaert). On silver fields 2 and 3: a black cross, and in the open corners 4 keys. (Van der Piet)

Adriaen Bosschaert (1597-1640) and Maria Van der Piet (1595-1625) own this coat of arms.
Hereby a link to the genealogy of Bosschaert - Van der Piet

Coat-of-arms Rietstap - Bosschaert Anvers
Bosschaert - Antwerp (ennoblement to Chevalier of St. Empire in 1714)

The coat of arms is divided in three parts: a horizontal rectangle at the top, a triangle with the top angle aimed upwards placed in the middle at the bottom and the rest of the shield. The upperpart in silver, only two red stars with five points beside each other. The middle part is vertically divided in six parts, alternating colored gold and black. In the triangle below: on a golden field the uprooted black tree, accompanied with the three plovers (Bosschaert).




Coat-of-arms Rietstap - Bosschaert Utrecht

Bosschaert - Utrecht

On a black field is a golden climbing leopard. This leopard carries a red board with on top two green tulips (seen from beside) and below a silver rose (seen on top) with a green stalk and stem.

This coat of arms belongs to the Utrecht flower painters. This family has died out.



Coat-of-arms Rietstap - Bosschaart Schiedam
Bosschaart - Schiedam and Bosschert - Dordrecht

On a green field a golden star with five points, accompanied with three silver greyhounds, two on top and one below.

This coat of arms belongs to the widespread Zeeland branch of Bosschaart.




Coat-of-arms Rietstap - Bosschaert Opstal

Bosschaert - Opstal


On a black field a wide golden strip from right under to the upper left. On this strip: three Moresque heads with a silver headband, all looking to the left.






wapenschild anton allaert bosschaert


wapenschild bosschaert anthony
Coat-of-arms
Bosschaert - Antwerpen
 
Coat-of-arms designed for
Anthony Bosschaert


This is the coat-of-arms of Anton Allaert Bosschaert.

It is based on the crest of Bosschaert-Antwerpen, but Anton prefered to change the 3 plovers or pewits into merlets, as described in some old documents.
Tom obtained this crest several years ago from a Bosschaert of the frenchspeaking part of Belgium.

A merlet is a bird without a snail and feet, and symbolises "the good sound of an honorable name".

 

  Anthony is a Parish priest. For that reason he can only bear an ecclesiastical coat-of-arms.

The crest is a galero (or a pastoral hat) with black & white cords and 2 tassels. (Reference: Bruno Heim's book on ecclasiastical heraldry)

The coat-of-arms is new: an uprooted tree on a gold field with two green woodpeckers.
His motto: "Introibo ad altare Dei" ;
meaning: "I will go to the altar of God".
   
Design: Ikkon-Andre Yamashita
www.ikkon.net (page removed), Japan

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