Full description of the arms:- This arms is the oldest of the Medlicott arms. This was used in Battle and used in the Civil Wars in 1640-1646.

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James Medlicott of Thames Street London in the Heraldic Visitation of London of 1630. The original document may be seen in the British Museum UK
If you are a 'Legitimate' descendant of James Medlicott, you are entitled to bear these arms by law.

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  Full description of the arms:- Quartery, per fesse indented gules and azure, three loins rampant, two and one argent, impaling the arms of mansel, namely argent,a chevron between three maunches sable, upon the escutcheon, which is charged with his badge of Ulster as a Baronet, is placed. A helmet befitting his degree, with a mantling gules and argent.
Crest:- Out of a mural crown gules a demi-eagle with wings elevated or.

These arm and crest was re granted to Sir William Coles Medlycott when he was created a Baronet in 1808.
The document for this arms can be seen in the Manor House, Sandford Orcas, Sherbourne Dorset UK.

Motto:- Dat Cura Quietem. is taken from Virgil's IV Aeneid, line 5 and has variously been translated as "He that sows in sorrow shall reap in joy"

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