Search billions of records on

The Bedee Family Coat of Arms

The description, translated from the French, merely states the obvious: three dear heads on a silver background, two above and one below. They do not discuss the significance, but there must be one. It is apparently a very old coat of arms as the de Bedee were "ancienne noblesse", and for the fact that it is very pure, i.e., not compounded with others as a result of marriage (newer, royal coats of arms are very complex, having four quarters and often another smaller coat of arms superimposed in the middle, sometimes that quartered or halved as well.)

Return to the Home Page

Copyright 2007 by Jack W. Ralph -- All Rights Reserved -- Last Update: Sunday July 20, 2008