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This is the Blondel coat of arms that is associated with some of the
French Blondel families.  This was submitted by Jean Claude Blondel La Rougery.
Learn more about Jean Claude's heritage on the island of Martinique by clicking on the Coat of Arms.


The word in the war banner is "GONNELIEU" and appears to be from the Latin root word "gon" which in French is "agonie" or "agonies."  In English this means "insulted" and/or "near death".  The suffix of this word is, and as used in this case, is "LIEU" which in English and French means "instead of."   We can probably safely conclude that the banner would mean:  "Instead of suffering an insult that could equal near death we shall fight"  or something like that.


This is the Blondel Coat of Arms that is associated with some of the Swiss
Blondel families.  This was submitted by Anne Pouliquen-Blondel and is registered in the Chancellery in Geneva, Switzerland.  To learn more about the Swiss Blondel family and the "Blondel Swiss Watches" and jewelery please click on the Coat of Arms.



Henri V le Blondel
Count of Luxembourg


Henri V "Blondel", Comte de Luxembourg (1236-1240)
Henri V Blondel , Count de Luxembourg
1236-1240: Of money to the lion of mouths armed, lampassé and crowned with gold.
The duplicated tail being the symbol of its double sovereignty. 
Henri V "Blondel", Comte de Luxembourg (1240-1280)
Henri V Blondel , Count de Luxembourg
1240- 1280: Burelé of 10 azure and silver coins, lion of mouths, armed, lampassé and crowned of gold stitching on the whole. 
Henri VI, Comte de Luxembourg
Henri VI, Count de Luxembourg
Burelé of 14 azure and silver coins,
with the lion of mouths with fourchée tail, armed, lampassé and crowned of gold stitching on the whole.
Henri VII, Comte de Luxembourg
Henri VII, Count de Luxembourg and Empereur
Burelé of 20 azure and silver coins, lion of mouths, armed, lampassé and crowned of gold stitching on the whole. 

The above four "Count de Luxembourg" coats of arms have been submitted by Pierre Coste.  Pierre may be contacted at:  pierrecoste@skynet.be
or visit Pierre's web site at:  http://users.skynet.be/pierre.coste/Armorial/Index_General.htm


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