Jacob Weidle (1670-1740)

Registration number 20150203J

This certifies that the heraldic arms of Jacob Weidle born 1670 in Stammheim, Calw, Germany and died 1740 in the Gerlingen, Stuttgart, Germany are registered and described by the blazon below

Arms: Sable a narrow pall inverted between three triple leaved willow branches stalked Or.
Crest: A demi-stag salient Sable unglued and attired Or, the hide of the beast forming the mantling Sable doubled Or.
Mantling: Sable doubled Or


Jacob Weidle, born in Stammheim, Calw, Germany July 19th, died in Gerlingen, Stuttgart, Germany on December 3rd, 1740.  He was the founder of the Weidle family line in Gerlingen.  Today, many of his descendants live in the United States, especially Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Ohio.  The coat of arms of Jacob Weidle was originally a house mark (shield alone) that was used since approximately 1700 as a signet.

Registered by

Elisabeth Maria Weidle


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