Champlay

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CHAMPLAY

Département : Yonne

Blason de Champlay

Official blazon

D'or à la croix denchée d'azur, cantonnée de quatre lionceaux du même adossés deux à deux; sur le tout de gueules au pigeonnier d'argent, ouvert et maçonné de sable, à pans componés d'argent et de gueules.

Origin/meaning

The arms are those of the Marquis de Bolé de Chamlay, forme rlord of the village, with an inescutcheon showing the pigeon tower, which is part of the castle of the family.


Literature : Image from http://www.armorialdefrance.fr

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