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Andrew Dailey


Registration number 20080814D


This certifies that the heraldic arms of Andrew Dailey which are offered in memoriam and conveyed to his descendants are registered and described by the blazon below

Arms: Per fess Or and Argent a lion rampant per fess Sable and Gules between two dexter hands apaumé in chief Gules.
Crest: A Stag Vert attired and unguled Or springing through an Ancient Crown of the Last.
Mantling: Or and Sable
Motto: [Remember] from where we spring




Biographical information

Born Ireland, died TN. Came to this country ca. 1806 when his eldest son Robert Thomas Dailey was born in TN. He engaged in several occuapations and lived in various places including the eastern seaboard, the midwest and TN.

Design rationale

The arms of the DALY clan (Ireland). Per fess Argent and Or a Lion rampant per fess Sable and Gules between two dexter Hands apaumé in chief Gules. [I have not found crest.] The design uses a reverse of the shield, a design element which many Americans have used. The Irish name DALY (or DAILEY, as this family came to spell it) comes from O’Dalach or ‘grandson of Dalach (frequenting assemblies).’ The crest of DAILEY (America) borrows the gold ancient crown from one of the ancient symbols of Ireland (three gold ancient crowns on a blue field) through which a green (a favorite Irish color) stag is springing. Together with the motto, from where we spring, it is a reminder of the Irish roots of this family.

Registered by

Larry Meadows Broadfoot

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Personal, Original, US, D

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