Crowche, Crowch, Crouch
English/French Heraldry

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There have been several individuals in the Crouch line with a registered or otherwise recorded right to display coat armor.  Artistic renditions of their arms and the heraldic descriptions are included here. Giles Crouch of London, England is one of the individuals identified; I don't know the specific owners of the others. The genealogy connection from John Crouch of the Edgefield District, South Carolina, to the Crouch line in England is still unknown -- there may be none, but research goes on as always...


From Burke's "General Armory", pg. 248, there are four arms grants listed under Crouch, Crowche, or Crowch, for Kentshire, England:

Arms:
Sable, on a pale Argent a martlet between two crosses pattee of the field, a border engrailed of the second (i.e., argent = silver)

From "The Visitation of London", pg. 207.  The pedigree of Giles Crouch has been taken from Harl. MS. No. 1476.  It is not entered in the original Visitation.

Giles Crouch of London, England:

Arms:
Argent, on a pale Sable a martlet between two crosses pattee Or,
a border engrailed of the second (i.e., sable = black)

Reference:
http://321website.com/members/home/data/madewell/heraldry_c.html

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