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Isaac Addington


Registration number 20061013H


This certifies that the heraldic arms of Isaac Addington are registered and are described by the blazon below

Arms: Two coats impaled: Husband: Per pale ermine and counter-termine, on a chevron counterchanged between three fleurs-de-lys four lozenges all counterchanged sable and argent (Addington). Wife: Gules, a fret argent over all a bend vairy or and gules (Norton).
Crest: A wild-cat statant guardant ermine.


Source

"The Gore Roll", by David B. Appleton. http://www.appletonstudios.com/herald7.htm

Biographical note

Isaac Addington was the only son of Isaac and Ann (Leveret) Addington. He was born January 22, 1645, and married (first) 1669, Elizabeth Bowen of London, and (second) Elizabeth, widow of John Wainwright and daughter of William Norton. He was raised to be a surgeon, but became a representative in 1685 and was chosen speaker. Under the administration of Increase Mather, he became the Secretary of the Council, in which office he remained many years. He was appointed Judge of the highest court in 1702, and its chief the next year. Addington died March 19, 1715.

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David B. Appleton

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Personal, Gore, US, A

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