Morrison Armorial Bearings

 

MORISON of Dairsie Azure, three Saracen's heads, conjoined in one neck, Proper, the faces looking to the chief, dexter, and sinister sides of the shield.  Morison of Bognie: Azure, three Saracen's heads, conjoined in one neck, Proper, the uppermost face looking to the chief and affixed by a wreath to the other two which turn to the dexter and sinister sides of the shield.  Morison of Prestongrange: Argent, three moor's heads couped Sable, two and one, banded of the first.

MORISON of Dairsie
Azure, three Saracen’s heads, conjoined in one neck, Proper, the faces looking to the chief, dexter, and sinister sides of the shield.
Morison of Bognie: Azure, three Saracen’s heads, conjoined in one neck, Proper, the uppermost face looking to the chief and affixed by a wreath to the other two which turn to the dexter and sinister sides of the shield.
Morison of Prestongrange: Argent, three moor’s heads couped Sable, two and one, banded of the first.

MORISON OF PRESTON GRANGE  Argent three moors’ heads couped proper. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary 1672-7

MORISON OF PRESTON GRANGE Argent three moors’ heads couped proper. Sir James Balfour Paul’s Scottish Ordinary
1672-7

Henry MORISON WS  Argent three saracens’ heads conjoined in one neck the faces looking to the chief, dexter and sinister proper and wreathed about with laurel leaves Vert between two falcons’ heads couped in fess Azure. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary 1672-7

Henry MORISON WS Argent three saracens’ heads conjoined in one neck the faces looking to the chief, dexter and sinister proper and wreathed about with laurel leaves Vert between two falcons’ heads couped in fess Azure. Sir James Balfour Paul’s Scottish Ordinary
1672-7

 

 

 

 

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Major Alexander MORISON HEICS Ermine three moors’ heads couped Sable banded Or in the centre an eagle displayed of the second for difference. Sir James Balfour Paul’s Scottish Ordinary
1806

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DUNCAN-MORISON OF NAUGHTON Quarterly 1st & 4th Argent on a saltire couped Sable between three moors’ heads couped of the second banded Or a heart of the last 2nd Gules a chevron Or between two cinquefoils in chief and a hunting-horn in base Argent garnished Azure within a bordure of the second 3rd grand quarter i & iv Argent a saltire engrailed Sable ii Argent a saltire engrailed between four roses Gules iii Or a bend chequy Argent and Sable the latter within a bordure Gules. Sir James Balfour Paul’s Scottish Ordinary
1853

 

 

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MORISON-DUNCAN OF NAUGHTON Quarterly 1st & 4th Gules a chevron Or between two cinquefoils in chief Argent and a hunting-horn in base of the third garnished and stringed Azure within a bordure of the second 2nd Argent on a saltire couped Sable between three moors’ heads couped of the second banded Or a heart of the third 3rd grand quarter i & iv Argent a saltire engrailed Sable ii Argent a saltire engrailed between four roses Gules iii Or a bend chequy Argent and Sable (for Haldane) the latter within a bordure Gules. Sir James Balfour Paul’s Scottish Ordinary
1876

ames G MORISON of Touch House, Stirling  Argent three srarcens’ heads couped Sable banded of the first within a bordure engrailed Azure charged with three fleurs de lys two in chief and one in base Or. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary 1857

ames G MORISON of Touch House, Stirling Argent three srarcens’ heads couped Sable banded of the first within a bordure engrailed Azure charged with three fleurs de lys two in chief and one in base Or. Sir James Balfour Paul’s Scottish Ordinary
1857

Mrs Jean Morison CAMPBELL-MILLER-MORISON OF HETLAND  Argent a bear’s head couped Azure muzzled Gules between three moors’ heads couped Sable banded of the second. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary 1888

Mrs Jean Morison CAMPBELL-MILLER-MORISON OF HETLAND Argent a bear’s head couped Azure muzzled Gules between three moors’ heads couped Sable banded of the second. Sir James Balfour Paul’s Scottish Ordinary
1888

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Dr Alexander BLACKHALL-MORISON Quarterly 1st & 4th Argent three Moors ‘heads couped proper banded Azure within a bordure engrailed Gules 2nd & 3rd Gules a hooded falcon sitting on a hand and glove Or on a chief Argent three mullets of the field. An Ordinary of Arms Volume II 1902-1973
18th July 1919 24/18

Clan Morrison Society  Argent three Saracens’ heads couped conjoined in one neck one affrontée the others looking to the dexter and sinister proper between three foils slipped Vert two in chief and one in base. An Ordinary of Arms Volume II 1902-1973 20th September 1919 24/9

Clan Morrison Society Argent three Saracens’ heads couped conjoined in one neck one affrontée the others looking to the dexter and sinister proper between three foils slipped Vert two in chief and one in base. An Ordinary of Arms Volume II 1902-1973
20th September 1919 24/9

MORISON OF BOGNIE  Azure three saracens’ heads conjoined in one neck Argent the uppermost face looking to the chief and affixed by a wreath to the other two which turn to the dexter and sinister. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary 1673 Stacie

MORISON OF BOGNIE Azure three saracens’ heads conjoined in one neck Argent the uppermost face looking to the chief and affixed by a wreath to the other two which turn to the dexter and sinister. Sir James Balfour Paul’s Scottish Ordinary
1673 Stacie

Officially Recorded in England

Sir Charles MORISONE Bt of Cashiobury, co Herts  Or on a chief Gules three chaplets of the first. a) Harleian Society's Grantees of Arms 20 May 1586 by Cooke Harl. MS 1052 fo 19b b) Blazon: Burke's Extinct Baronetcies 1841

Sir Charles MORISONE Bt
of Cashiobury, co Herts Or on a chief Gules three chaplets of the first. a) Harleian Society’s Grantees of Arms 20 May 1586 by Cooke Harl. MS 1052 fo 19b
b) Blazon: Burke’s Extinct Baronetcies 1841

Thomas MORYSON of Cadeby Clerk of the Pipe  Or on a cross Sable five fleur de lis of the field. a) Harleian Society's Grantees of Arms by Cooke Harl. MSS 1359 fol 119b b) Blazon: Harleian Society's Lincolnshire Pedigrees

Thomas MORYSON
of Cadeby
Clerk of the Pipe Or on a cross Sable five fleur de lis of the field. a) Harleian Society’s Grantees of Arms by Cooke Harl. MSS 1359 fol 119b
b) Blazon: Harleian Society’s Lincolnshire Pedigrees

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