Brockman & Drake-Brockman
Coat of Arms
The first record of the Brockman Coat of Arms dates back to 1588. Over time the armorial bearings have changed primarily following marriages where children could incorporate their mother's name armorial bearings in to the Brockman Arms. Hence, there has been subtle changes to these over the generations. Below are copies of the existing armorial bearings as we know today.
Additionally, there is also an explanation of the development of the armorial bearings in the 'Record of the Brockman and Drake-Brockman Family' compiled by Brig.Gen. David Drake-Brockman in 1936. This information can be found on the link below. In addition, further arms information has been sourced from other family researchers like Hugh Drake-Brockman, Patrick Brockman and Alan Jackson. Photos of some of the existing tablets in St Nicholas Church at Newington taken by Patrick Brockman have also been added to Brig.Gen. Drake-Brockman's original text.
For in-depth information on armorial bearings click here
William Brockman - 1588
Henry Brockman - 1606
"Esse Quam Videri" - To be rather than to seem to be
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