The Coats of Arms ( Heraldry ) of Our Family.

 

 

This shows what some claim to be the Coats of Arms for our surname.

The GRIMASON, GRIMISON and GRIMMEISEN Coats of Arms ( Heraldry ) as below.

Note: all except the GRIMMEISEN coat of arms come from what can be termed as bucket stores meaning the Coat of arms is more than likely not authentic and the shop in question is only after one thing "Your Money!".

 

Grimason (Ireland) Coat of Arms: Per chevron, azure and argent, in chief two chevronelles of the second. Crest: A demi lion issuant gules.

This coat of Arms is not proven and thus needs to be treated as suspect to error.

Source: Coat of Arms http://www.4crests.com/
Also: http://family-crests.stores.yahoo.net/gahcoatofarf.html
and also http://www.coats-of-arms.com

This coat of Arms is not proven and thus needs to be treated as suspect to error.

Said to be of Brittany,
Source: The Hall of Names

This coat of Arms is not proven and thus needs to be treated as suspect to error.
Source: http://family-crests.stores.yahoo.net/gahcoatofarf.html
also http://www.coats-of-arms.com

This coat of Arms is not proven and thus needs to be treated as suspect to error.

Note: This Coat of Arms is similar to that of the GRIMSTON coat of Arms.

Source: http://family-crests.stores.yahoo.net/gahcoatofarf.html

Grimison (England) Coat of Arms: Argent, on a fesse sable, three mullets of six points or, pierced gules. Crest: A stag's head with a ring around the neck argent.

This coat of Arms is not proven and thus needs to be treated as suspect to error.

Further research needs to be carried out to confirm if it is authentic.

Source: http://family-crests.stores.yahoo.net/gahcoatofarf.html
also http://www.coats-of-arms.com

This coat of Arms is not proven and thus needs to be treated as suspect to error.

As you can see these cast doubt on the Authenticay of any of the above Coast of Arms.
Note: This Coat of Arms is similar to that of the GRIMSTON coat of Arms.
Source: http://family-crests.stores.yahoo.net/gahcoatofarf.html

Grimston/e Origin: English Coat of Arms:

A silver shield with three gold six pointed stars, pierced red, on a black fess.

Crest: A silver stag's head with a ring around the neck.

Motto: Faitz proverount

Motto Translated: Deeds will prove


Source: http://family-crests.stores.yahoo.net/gahcoatofarf.html

 

Note: As you can see this casts doubt on the Authenticay of the above Grimason and Gimison Coats of Arms or implies that the Grimason and Grimison surname is a corruption of the Grimston/e surname.

Grimshaw of Pendle Forest, Lancashire, England.
As which GRIMSHAW family member this Coat of Arms belonged to I do not know.

Source: http://family-crests.stores.yahoo.net/gahcoatofarf.html

Grimmeisen

The Blazon:"Coupe: au 1 d' or a deux branches de chene se sin, possees en pals, feuilees chacune de cinq pieces; au 2 de gu. a une etoile ( 7 ) d' or."

 

The Blazon in plain English:The shield is divided horizontally.
The upper part is Gold/Yellow, with two branches of Oak, both vertical, one on the right side and one on the left. Both are green, with five pieces ( Four Leaves and One Acorn ). The Lower half of the shield is Red, with a Seven pointed Star of Yellow/Gold.

This Coat of Arms was awarded to a member of the Family on 10 March 1790 in Bavaria, Germany.

This Coat of Arms was produced by Designs of Wonder.com and is based on the the above blazon found in Armuals of Europe.

 

Fairburn's Book of Crests has this to say concerning Blazons for the following surnames.

Surname Blazon Page
Gremiston Out of a cresent arg., a lion's face sa., crowned with antique crown or. 21.6 242
Grimston a stag's head with a ring round its neck arg. Faitz proverount. cf 121.2 244
Grimston Essex, a stag's head erased ppr., attired or. Mediocria firma 121.5 244
Grimston and Grimstone a stag's head arg., attired or. 121.5 244
Grimston, Earl of Verulam   244 &