If your family has a family crest, you might find information about it on a site that specializes in geneologies like WikiTree. Many families do not have a family crest, though.
Yes. Actually, there are two different crests. You can find them by Googling "selwyn family crest" (no quotiation marks).
One reason you may not be able to find your family crest is that your family may not have a family crest. Most families never had a family crest. This sort of symbolism was reserved for the nobility, and then for aspiring commercial upper middle class fammilies, and then only in Europe and European influenced lands. Quite so, but if you live in Europe - certainly in Britain - you can probably have a family crest made for you by specialists, and I daresay the same is true in the USA.
To create a family crest, make a design and call it your crest.
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The animal on the Heath family crest is a rooster. Google "heath family crest" to view one.
If you click on the related link named under houseofnames:meese family crest then you will find lots of information on it and will be able to view it. You can even buy a picture of it!
Google "Mondini Family crest" to view several websites that have images of the crest.
Family crest Bird's crest
A Lion is the animal on the Cullen family crest
The Cullen's Crest is a family crest that was in the movies. It wasn't in the books.
Most families never had a family crest. For those few who did, when a woman married, she joined the family of her husband and that crest would apply.
A medieval family crest is a symbol or "coat of arms" that represents a certain family with knights in their ancestry. A knight may have carried this crest on his shield.
There is no universal meaning to any of the symbolism used in a family crest. The meaning depends on where in the world the crest was designed, when, and by whom.
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MakeYourCoatOfArms is a website that allows people to design a family crest. After choosing a shield and personalizing it, you can share it or even create a t-shirt or hat with your new family crest.
In the US, anyone could create a family crest if they wanted one. As a result there is no single crest for any particular surname.
There are many online sites where one can view their family crests. All Family Crests has a complete alphabetical listing with many family crests. The Family Crest Shop also has a wide listing available, including crests from many different countries of origin.
The family crest that is the right one for you is the one that was used by your ancestral family, not the ones used by families not related to you.
I have placed a link below directing you to a page with the information that you require.
The Janssens family crest can be found at:http://www.zazzle.com/janssens_family_crest_postcard-239789447178229918
Alice wore her family crest on a ribbon as a necklace.
See the related link for an image of what one website says was the Stidham family crest.
Go there where you originally got them and re-get them.
For information about a Kizer family crest see the Related Link, below.