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William Corell Hauser


Registration number 20100305E


This certifies that the heraldic arms of William Corell Hauser are registered as an original design and are described by the blazon below

Arms: Per chevron, Gules and Sable, an antique double warded key in pale, wards downward, suspended from seven bezants in chevron reversed conjoined by single chain links, all Gold.
Crest: On a wreath of Or, Gules and Sable alternating and between a pair of wings displayed, the dexter per bend sinister Gules and Sable, the sinister per bend Gules and Sable, an antique double warded key Or in pale, the wards upward.
Mantling: Or doubled Gules.
Motto: Ich habe die Schlüssel (I Have the Key)

Biographical information

William Corell Hauser was born in 1934 in Mount Vernon, New York. Receiving a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Cornell University, he served on active duty as a Lieutenant in the US Army. Now retired, his working career was as an executive with the DuPont Corporation. Married to Susan Louise Frazier Hauser (deceased), they had two children, Jeffrey Kincaid Hauser and Tracy Corell Hauser.

Design rationale

The tinctures reflect the German origins of the family. The double warded key represents the derivation of the Hauser, one involved with the rental or management of dwellings.

Registered by

Larry L. Snyder

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Original, Personal, US, H

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