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Claude Chaussier

Registration number 20081007C

This certifies that the heraldic arms of Claude Chaussier borne by his 11th great grandfather Françoys Chaussier are registered and described by the blazon below

Arms: Purpure a rose between four fleur-de-lys in cross each pointed outwards Or.
Crest: Issuant from a torse Or and Purpure a Latin cross Purpure fleury Or charged in the center with a rose Or.
Motto: Semper fidelis
Badge: The crest within a belt Purpure charged with the motto Or.


1557 Registry of the Senechalsy of Bazadois
1975 notary J. de Muelenaere at Brussels
1984 Société de Centralisation des études Généalogiques et Démographiques
2003 Collegium Heraldicum Russiae
1996 F. Luz, Blasons des familles d'Europe

Descent from original armiger

  • Father: Raymond Chaussier (1917-1978) Mazée-Brussels (Belgium)
  • GFather: Fulgence Chaussier II (1894-1965) Walcourt (Belgium/B)
  • 1GGFather: Auguste Chaussier (1865-1939) Walcourt
  • 2GGFather: Fulgence Chaussier I (1838-1899) Walcourt
  • 3GGFather: Alexis Chaussier (1809-1859) Walcourt
  • 4GGFather: Philippe Chaussier (1778-1807) Namur (B) - Walcourt (B)
  • 5GGFather: Nicolas Chaussier (1742-1800) Namur (Belgium)
  • 6GGFather: Jacques Roch Chaussier (1713-1748) Namur
  • 7GGFather: Jean Chaussier (1693-1733) Namur
  • 8GGFather: Antoine Chaussier (1649-1693) Montpellier (France) - Namur
  • 9GGFather: Jacques Chaussier II (1610-1696) Montpellier
  • 10GGFather: Jacques Chaussier I (around 1606) Montpellier
  • 11GGFather: Françoys Chaussier (around 1557) Rignac (France)

Biographical information

Claude Chaussier, born at Liège (Belgium) the 6 of March 1944. Married to Annie Coton. Three children and six grand-children. Clergyman (deacon of the Catholic Church). Psychologist, professor and historian.

Historical note

Immemorial usage of the arms since the XVIth century to today in France, and after in Belgium (XVIIth to XXIst). Heraldic heirs include the Belgian bearers of the patronymic name of Chaussier, including a part of the Chaussier of France, and the Chaussier of Louisiana (U.S.A.).

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Personal, Ancestral, BE, C

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