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October 20 - 26, 2015

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For a reader hopping into an update for the first time, there is not much I can say in an introductory paragraph to explain everything needed before proceeding. The only readers able to follow are those taking the time needed to get a solid idea of the entire scope. It is probably impossible to follow unless the heraldic Coats are loaded and viewed. It would be helpful to have a photographic memory, or to at least spend some time to get to know Coats, and to understand what I'm saying about them. I did the work over years to be able to present to you the relevant Coats, and you need only decide whether I am correctly interpreting the evidence and the codes. It is far best that you load Coats on a separate browser(s) rather than clicking back and forth from the update page. It might take longer for one to read an update than the week it takes me to write it, but that's what it'll take for a solid understanding of what I'm doing. I know that few have the time to follow this in that way. My hope is...actually, I should have no such hopes as I should just allow God to do what He wants with this. One of my goals at this time is to discover the parent(s) of Josephs Caiaphas, and in the meantime to prove that heraldic masters and leading Templar families knew that all of heraldry had, at its foundations, Caiaphas and his circle of Christ killers. These updates are jot-down format (sub-titles don't usually reflect the roaming topics well) making it hard / impossible to have a pre-plotted storyline. I'm no longer doing final proof-reads, please excuse the imperfections / mistakes.

A development in Iraq after Russia's active role in the Syrian war:
PYD leaders hold talks with Russian deputy FM in Moscow Leaders from the Syrian Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) on [Oct 21] held talks in Moscow with Russia's deputy foreign minister over the conflict in the war-torn nation, AFP said in a report.

...The talks came as Russia is carrying out a bombing campaign in Syria and a after surprise visit to Moscow by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

...Syrian Kurds have welcome[d] Russian airstrikes against the Islamic State in Syria and Moscow officials have expressed their readiness for ties with Kurdish autonomous cantons in northern Syria. leaders hold talks with Russian deputy FM in Moscow

As usual, this Kurdish media is to-the-point and too-short on details. We can fill in the gaps. Russia is interested in using this Kurdish faction to advance or explore its Middle-East options. There may be no turning back for Putin once his wheels get rolling in this direction. Under no circumstances am I viewing this advancement by Putin as related to imminent-fulfilled prophecy necessarily. Things could go on for many years or decades yet.

Putin now has reason and pavement to enter Mosul because he's made his cause to fight ISIS. The Kurds are in a war against ISIS, and so should naturally welcome Russia's help in that regard.

Meanwhile the Peshmerga Kurds, not the same as the PYD Kurds above, are maintaining that they will assist Baghdad in the "Mosul operation" (against ISIS), a thing that was slated earlier this year but still hasn't happened. It's now election season in the US, which may determine how much U.S. heat, or freeze-up, takes place militarily in Iraq. Until now, Obama has been a slushy, more cold than hot but not quite frozen. Putin has seen his opportunity, and is going for the door. But before he can get into Mosul, he'll need Iraq's permission. And the U.S, can cause Iraq to frown on Russian involvement. The U.S. can also leverage the Iraqi Kurds (Peshmerga) to frown on Russia's advances. However, for the past couple of years or more, Obama has lost some favor with both Kurds and Iraq. The situation is like Obama Bond 007, sliding down a steel cord to enter the Iraq stage and pounce on ISIS, but instead of letting go of the cord, he's dangling from it, and dangling, and dangling. ISIS is asking, "what's he doing?" Iraq answers the question, "nothing." The Kurds answer, "not much." So Putin thinks, I'll be the 007.

America awaits to see how much damage Obama did to the Democratic party, losing both sides of Congress thus far, and poised to lose the presidency too. But he sure had a great time vacationing on the peoples money. He can go away feeling superman about that. Hopefully, he'll die in a phone booth, too poor to buy a BlackBerry. Maybe he'll try to catch a bullet with his teeth, and miss. It would be a benefit to the human race. Obama was in the presidency for the taking, not the giving. He was a terrible example of a Black president.

Turkey's not happy about Russia supporting the Kurds, and Russia needs Turkey's good side for a major natural-gas investment. There is yet another Kurdish group: "The leader of the Kurdish YPG militia -- the indispensable ground forces that have been holding the Islamic State at bay -- reportedly welcomed the Russian bombing campaign, calling it 'an important step' in the battle against ISIS. "We can work together with Russia against IS,' said Sipan Hemo, general commander of the YPG. 'We want air support against IS. We want weapons support.'" Note the phrase, "at bay," a lot different that "at war." Why have the Syrian Kurds been allowed to be keep ISIS merely at bay? That was under the U.S. umbrella; Moscow has these Kurds thinking differently. There is evidence that YPG has been doing the bidding of Russia in not warring against Assad any longer, and of course Russia would like to see the YPG active against ISIS.

The article, dated weeks ago, admits that these quotes are sourced in Russian media. It agrees that "IS" may as well be "US" (my view), for Obama has not tried to harm the group aside from making mere appearances, and probably finding ways to slip American hardware to it. But Russia has a great interest in sincerely eradicating IS, and Putin has opportunity, thus far, to be the superman of the Middle East. If this situation goes forward, Israel will sour on the thin and feigned friendship with Putin over the past decade. A Russian military commander should arise, in charge of this international war.

A Muslim media (article written several months ago) paints the situation like so: "In recent years, Moscow has taken steps to develop contacts with Kurdish political movements and establish economic cooperation with Iraqi Kurdistan, where Russian oil and gas companies have set up shop." The article goes on to point out Russia's basic problem, the unhappiness of Turkey with the Russia-Kurd development. If we're thinking that Russia would have moved swifter in finding a military foothold with Kurds, had the Turks not stood in the way, the truth instead seems to be that Russia started moving in this direction when the West publicly attempted to shame Putin, which overlapped the period wherein the West spoiled Russia's South Stream pipeline. Russia is going ahead no longer catering to the phony friendship that the West was offering it. It embarrassed Putin to take the Western bait only to be betrayed. The West decided to make the knife fully visible to the enemy, when the West wasn't in a position to deliver the fatal blow. Bad move. It shows desperation on the part of the West.

However, Russia has some solid support from some of official Turkey:

In his interactions with Russian political and public figures and entities (including the Oriental Studies Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences), Demirtas [chairman of Turkey's People's Democracy Party (HDP)] also emphasized that the HDP was a "social party." It is an accident that, while at the State Duma, the lower chamber of the Russian parliament, he met with deputies representing the CPRF (communists) and the LDPR (Vladimir Zhirinovsky's party). Demirtas was accompanied to the meetings by Salih Muslim, the leader of the Syrian Kurds' Democratic Union Party (PYD) and a member of the National Coordination Body for Democratic Change.

"Accompanied to the meetings" sounds like a partnership in a cause. No wonder, for Demirtas is a Turkish Kurd. So there you have the alliances forming that seek to stabilize the Iraqi-Syria-Turkey world with their own vision(s). The West absolutely abhors a Russian vision in the area. But here's the rub: "The latest American plan to aid Syrian fighters battling the Islamic State hit a bump on Wednesday, as Turkish officials summoned the American ambassador to express concern that the United States was providing new support to Kurdish militants in Syria that Turkey considers a primary enemy."

It sounds like a superpower race to see who can cater best to the Syrian Kurds. The article calls it competition for Kurdish affections. Nothing can get the Americans to provide fast weapons (supposedly for use against ISIS) like Russia's military involvement: "The Turks were reacting in part to the United States' airdropping of 50 tons of ammunition over the weekend to members of an Arab-Kurdish coalition that the United States wants to build up so it can take on the Islamic State..." That's why this is an international war. The Kurds aren't stupid, they see how the West behaves, which will make Kurds more apt to stroke the Russians, for each petting, it has been learned, gets a number of American weapons.

I wish there were not so many Kurdish groups to keep track of: "The United States has long backed the Syrian Kurdish militia, known as the People's Protection Units, or Y.P.G., going back to the battle last year for the city of Kobani, but it now appears that Russia may be cozying up to the group." Boy, a whole year, such a long time (sarcasm). Kobani is where the YPG made a deal with Assad not to continue at war with him, which may have been due to a YPG deal struck with Moscow. That would explain why the Americans would be in competition for the heart strings of YPG.

The article then says: "Russia has historic ties to [YPG] stretching back to Soviet days. The Y.P.G. is the Syrian offshoot of the Kurdistan Workers' Party, or P.K.K., the group that began waging an insurgency against Turkey in the 1980s, a conflict that recently resumed after failed peace talks." Then it says, "American officials have voiced support for Turkey's war with the P.K.K." How thin is the love of PKK elements toward the United States? How easily would the YPG go over to Putin under such a declaration?

It looks like Russia and the U.S. are about ready to say, "get out of my way, Turkey, I've got a job to do." And what's that job? The superpower competition, long in training (slow to arrive), is now in the field.

With Turkey steaming-hot against the U.S., "allies of the Syrian government reported [last week] that it was planning major new ground operations, expanding its new Russian-backed offensive northward to Aleppo, with the help of allied fighters from the Lebanese militia Hezbollah and possibly even Iranian ground forces." The article says that the Americans are seeking to know what radio frequencies the Russian pilots are using, as if Russia is stupid enough, or politically compelled, to tell them. But the Americans are couching this scheme as a "safety" measure. I've heard the safety measure of the West before when in reality it's part of a globalist-control effort. If only the West were a Christian entity; alas, it's a big ugly snake at war with its own people, seeking to control them too. Never forget that. Never support the West so long as it continues to war against God.

And here's from a pro-Russia media: "five or six months ago the PYD and the PKK could be treated as different organizations yet now there is no sense in it." That is, Russia is catering to both as one. From the Turkish prime minister: "If military aid is provided to the PYD and the PKK, Ankara is set to 'take the same measures in Syria as in Northern Iraq,' where the Turkish Air Force has been bombing positions and installations of the Kurdistan Workers' Party." It tends to assure that nothing is going to happen fast and furious. This is like the boring part of the hockey game where solid checking on both sides doesn't allow a breaking out to a scoring opportunity. The "If" word above is a check.

"A short time ago Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov acknowledged that Moscow does provide Kurds fighting IS with arms using the channels of the Iraqi government." That's no small thing, to have inroads even to the Iraqi government. While Obama says that he can't arm Kurds apart from permission from, or via shipping them first to, Baghdad, yet the Americans feel free to air-drop weapons to Kurds in Syria, on the drop of a hat, if it can counteract Russian footholds. While Russians are violators of sovereignty in the Ukraine, the Americans don't use the same sentiments against themselves when doing as they choose in Syria. When the West accused Assad of using chemical weapons, it was planning an invasion of Assad; when ISIS uses chemical weapons, there's no terrible show of muscle against ISIS. Obama's accomplishment has been to make Syria more ISIS and less Assad. Can anyone score that as a good thing?

As per the battle of Aleppo, there's a map at the webpage below showing the divisions possessed by the biggest players. The unofficial Kurd government, Rojava, is, like Aleppo, close to Turkish Kurds. ISIS controls the side of Aleppo nearest Iraq. The airport appears to be in ISIS control, a priority-strategy I would expect from the U.S. The Syrian Kurds hold the northern part of Aleppo, closest to Turkey, and wish to entrench their interests in this city. They have a red carpet to Moscow for this wish, and so long as the Americans want ISIS to prosper in the city, to defeat Assad's forces holding the western parts, the Kurds are likely to get most of their weapons from Moscow. This is where Moscow has the upper, international hand. Obama's deal with Iran will hold no sway for him in this arena. Iran is quite inclined to flaunt Russia's bidding instead. "Syrian Kurds have been told repeatedly that the West will not allow them to gain more territory..." Not toward ISIS, that is. The Americans have concocted an excuse to keep the Kurds from launching serious efforts against ISIS.

In the meantime, Russia won't tolerate a Kurd alliance if Kurds strike at Assad's forces. The Kurds have a decision to make, to support Moscow and lose Western favor. To fight hand-in-hand with Assad's forces against the ISIS that the Americans want solidified. If Iraqi Kurds succeed in crippling ISIS in Mosul while Syrian Kurds cripple ISIS in Aleppo, the Americans are sure to call for time out. And Russia will have opportunity for some sway in Mosul too, especially if Putin offers to assist in the operation while Obama's on vacation. Mrs. Obama is planning the next vacation as we speak; she doesn't have a lot of time left before she'll need to pay for her own vacations. Now is the time to get the biggest ones yet.

Things look dim for the years-long Western effort in Syria, but, hopefully, oil prices will go further down and stay that way for years, effectively snagging from the oil companies all the money they stole from us since the Bush years. That would promise a better Western economy, people buying and selling, and happier people, exactly what globalist schemers do not wish. The appearance of doom and an impoverished state keeps the people in check, tolerating grim survival, but happy people are free radicals with confidence equating with a powerful feel. The elite have money but not numbers; the man on the street has only numbers, very big numbers.

Rather than the Syrian Kurds admitting that their inability to strongly fight ISIS is based in an American order, they say things like, "This is one of the main reasons Syrian Kurds have adopted a 'third way' policy: not to fight either the [Assad] regime or the opposition and keep Rojava out of the war. The policy was July 2012." The way things stand, it is Russia that's bound to lose Turkey more than the US: "Turkey would not accept Kurdish self-determination and encouraged first Al Nusra, then ISIS to attack Rojava." The next step in the checking part of the game, just as everyone has left with a yawn for some popcorn, looks like a Kurd abandonment of the Americans. This is the same as the prediction: just as you're gone to get a hot dog, someone scores a goal.

For this game, it's best to get a lot of coffee; it's going to be a long one. It's not like the wars of old on the open battlefield, where wars were done with in one day. Middle-East wars are city battlefields, intended to be drawn-out for political gain, small step by small step, assuring the survival of ISIS, at least until something bigger comes along to take away its fighters to itself.

Wade a Mynett

The last part of the last update found heraldry tracing to the Adda and Serio rivers of Lombardy when the Adda became suspect with Ada of Warenne/Varenne. The reader may have thought that my initial suspicions on that idea were on the ridiculous side. Before finding the Adda river (for the first time), which happened to be in the same update that Ada of Warenne first became a topic, I was asking whether the Quade's linked to her family, for there was some heraldry that instantly proved the Ade's/Aid's to be from/of her. I ran out of time to finish the Adda investigation on Monday morning.

I kid you not, that the first thing I did when continuing that update (Tuesday morning) was to think up more Adda-like surnames. The Jewish ADELs came to mind with what I call the Caepio-line lion, because AETHELings (used the EDward and EDmond names) had become suspect, and as a host of Hebrews were concluded at the Adda / Serio river, that made sense. The second thing I thought of was the ADLer surname, and this was less than a minute after starting the investigation. When the Adlers loaded, there were the three black-on-white, same-design wolf heads of Quade's!

As Adlers are ADELards too, one can go further with what's at hand. First, as per the Caepio(nis) trace to the Cupionich location on Illyria's Clausula river, we take the topic back to Deacons and Decans as per a Decani topic to the near-east of the Clausula, for the Deacon Coat is in colors reversed from the Bath/ATHA Coat while Atha's had traced to the Adda. In fact, for some weeks only, the Quade wolf heads had been concluded to be the Scarf wolf heads, but it was not until the last update that the Scarf wolf heads were found in the Bather/ATHA surname. What an important find, I can't tell you enough. The last update even started on Barbara-Bush ancestry, and the Bush presidents have been suspect as Scarf-like Scherf(f)s for some years here at tribwatch, and longer by at least one other writer...who gave me the idea, which I thought was proven in heraldry. My forte has become heraldry. I am almost an expert by now, but ten years doesn't quite rise to that level. I'm not a novice anymore, put it that way.

For new readers, you need to be able to trust me (though never assume I'm fully correct); I've spent at least 40 hours weekly writing on heraldry just as you see me here, for not less than 20,000 hours total over the past decade. While half of that time or more was spent repeating things, that's not all bad for becoming more familiar with my topics. There are some readers who have followed to various degrees for years, which is the most shocking thing of all. Writing this has got to be a lot easier than reading it and trying to follow. I know exactly what's in my head, readers don't, and I can't always tell everything that's in my head at any one point. I go extra-long trying, but I can't tell it all.

Decani is off the White Drin river, and so see how the Drains/Drane's (Yorkshire, same as Scarfs) use the same (red on white) stars as Glass' and Gleasons that trace to "Clausula." Ask why the Drain lion is neither gold, nor brown, but has an orange tinge, a rare heraldic color. The wyVERN dragon of Warrens has orange wings, and the Orange location on the Rhone is near Provence (location of Var), where I trace Vere liners. Guerin of Provence is highly suspect in the Wyvern-dragon bloodline, and wyverns were used by Vere's, who happen to use a single star in colors reversed from the Adler / Glass stars. Vere liners were stacked in power positions at Oxford, beside Windsor castle, and Windsors are from Lombardy elements. We shall need to see whether those elements come to explain much of heraldry's trace to Lombardy.

It's interesting that DRINgs use the same (almost) lion as Datons said to be from "Autun," for the lion is in the colors of Artems/AITons, first found in the same place as AID's. Datons were first found in the same place as Drains. The Daton / Drink lions are red, as is the Drain-Crest lion, as is the Guerin-Chief lion. This is making the Adda suspect with the namers of Autun, which I trace to mythical Aedon of Boiotia, and further back to the sun god, Atun, of the Tut-line Egyptians. Although Warrens are said not to be related to Guarins, the Were write-up says that they are not related the Vere's, but I found that to be absolutely wrong. Scottish Verys/Fairys, suspect with the "Fairy Princess" mentioned by Nicholas de Vere von Drakenberg, use two red lions comBATTANT, likely code for Badens/Battins/BATTANTs, first found in the same place as Baths/Atha's. Badens/Battins trace well to Bidens/Buttons, said to have been priests in Bath, and first found in the same place as Drake's who share the axe with Badens/Battins.

Nicholas identified this fairy entity as Melusine, a mythical dragon woman into the Anjou area, but as her dragon tail was alternated with a fish tail, I have identified her as the heraldic mermaid. To prove that this mermaid is in fact Melusine, the mermaid is often found with mirror, code (I discovered) for the Mire's/Mireux's, first found in Anjou, exactly where Nicholas said that Melusine's (or Milouziana's) son ruled as count.

Now as Quade's list "Wade," this is where a Quade trace to the Adda is perfectly expected and proven, if Bath's/Atha's trace to the Adda, and they do. Badens/Battins use the human eye (code for QUATrefoil-using EYErs / Ayers?), as do Wade-like Watts and Vatts, and this tends to reveal that Quade's can be a Baden/Battin / Bath line, for it's fairly normal for a Wade / Vade term to become "Bade / Pade." Pade's are listed with Petts/Peats using the motto, "Ardens." It's not likely coincidental that Watts and Watts hang a pair of GLASSes on their oak trees...and Kyle of AYRshire (beside the Watts) use the Glass stars. The Watters variation is much like "Quadr(atus)", and Waters use three red chevrons, and were first found in the same place as red-chevroned Quints. Waterfields/Waterfalls/ (fountains, water lilies), from old Wateville's and a Waterville location, were first found in the same place as Quince's. It's fitting my Quadratus-Caepio theory. The fountains make Waterville's suspect from Font de Ville's (banner, traces to the Panaro river).

There's a Water(s) surname (Shropshire) that doesn't come up with "Water," but rather comes up with "Wadder." It uses nothing but a pale bar in Lille and Batter colors. Batters uses nothing but a chevron in the colors of the nothing-but-a-chevron Serio's/Signori's, a good reason to trace Watt / Wade / Water liners to the Adda-Serio junction. Batters are Beeters too while Beets use the same cross (and nothing else) and Lille's and Winchesters, the latter part of Saer de Quincy (i.e. Quince line). Does "Saer" stem from Serio elements? Does that trace Quintus Caepio's line to the Serio? Dutch Beets use the same Coat as June's (same place as Capone's), probably a line from a Junia Caepio (daughters of Servilia Caepionis, granddaughter of Quintus Caepio). See the fleur and location of Cabbage's/Cobells suspect with the mouse tower.

Irish Dade's/Davids/Devitts are said to have been "DaibHEID" to the Irish, and while this is said to be "David" to them, I say that it looks like an Adda line because "Dade" can be from d'Ade." These Dade's are said to be from INIShowen, how about that.

Date's/Dade's (looked up as per "Daton") were first found in the same place (Norfolk) as Adlers. Date's/Dade's look like they are using a version of the Arthur Coat, relevant where Artems/Aitons (version of the Decan / Bath/Atha Coat) were first found in the same place as Arthurs. Plus, the stars upon the Adler fesse are in the colors of the cinquefoils upon the Arden fesse, which should explain the "ard" endings on Adler variations such as "Adelard/Adlards." It makes them appear to be Adel liners in merger with Ardens...who were introduced in the last update like so: "The "Ardens" motto of Petts/Peats can suggest the line of Ada of Varenne. " And here we find the ADler/ADAlers using what could be a deliberate version of the Arden Coat. French Ardens use a sun, which can be code for the Atun sun god. He is expected to have become sun gods by other names, and so let's remention GABULeum, on the Black Drin (marked the Drilon on the map below), and traced to El-Gabal, the sun god of Emesa (Syria). It should be mentioned that Date's/Dade's come up as "Deed," found in the motto of Flemings.

The White Drin is unmarked but is shown with a mouth at Gabuleum. The last update accidentally found Russian Sobels, recognized as using a version of a Gobel Coat, both surnames from the namers of Goplo in Poland. It just so happens that I traced "GOPlo" to "KOPLik, the alternative name of Cupionich! We are right-on-track to achieving expert level, and the dragon needs to fear what more can be discovered about its dirty dens strewn all over the world.

Duke Mieszko was from the mouse tower of Goplo, and he's suspect with Mieske's using an armored arm holding a sword, the symbol in the Arms of Crema at the Serio river. Mieszko was probably familiar with Warsaw (which is traceable to Warwickshire), and the Arms of Warsaw use a mermaid holding a sword. She's with a mirror in the Glass Crest, but also in the Massin/Mason Crest, and the latter shares the blue lion of Adels. The Sire's/Sirets use a mirror too, and so one can ask whether Sire's, Shire's and Squire's/Squirrels are Serio liners. I had traced Squire's to the Ticino river with Decks/Daggers, and so my hunch that Laevi on the Ticino were merged with Insubres of the Adda-river theater plays to a Squire trace to Serio's namers. Having found that Quade's trace to the Adda, thanks mostly to Adelers, I can now add that Quade-related Mackays (one Irish branch uses the Quade Adeler wolf heads exactly) use the dagger. Mieszko's family were merged with Bohemians, from the Boiotia-like Boii.

Now, note the angle of the sword in the Arms of Crema, and compare with the sword in the armored arm of the Adler Crest. Then note that Warwicks use an armored arm holding on axe, the Drake / Battin/Baden / Decon / Deacon symbol. Warwicks are using a lion in colors reversed to the Adel lion. It's a good idea to note the resemblance of the Arden Coat (Warwickshire) to that of arm-suspect Ermine's/Armens, the latter using the ANNAN(dale) Coat, apparently, relevant because Cremona, not far south of Crema, is beside Placentia, where ANANes Gauls lived (though they are expected all around Placentia). The Ananes fit with Cupionich if Caiaphas, son-in-law of Hanan/ANANus, was a Cupionich liner. And Cupionich was smack beside the area stamped with "Cavii" (on the map below), a Caiaphas-like term if ever we saw one.

Warwicks call theirs a battle axe, likely code for Battle's (giant griffin, same as Griffins of Pomerania = VARNi theater) with a Battaile variation like the Battle's were first found in the same place as Arthurs, Artems/Aitons, Ade's...and Hume's, that said because the Hume lion, almost the Warwick lion, is in the Auton/ORTon Coat. Hortons (stag) Yorkshire again. Horts (the Eustace stag design) are listed with Hurts (Oxfordshire), and Arthurs use blue roundels called, hurts, and it just so happens that it's the Artems/Aitons who use an "ORTO" motto term (suspect with Ordovices at /near Arddu, Wales). The gold Hort/Hurt cinquefoils are used by Ardens. While the axe had become suspect with some Hyksos lines, I then found that Were's are said to be from an Axe river...which can't be far from the Stur river suspect with the Leavell / Stur fesse bars.

The importance of Quade's as relates to the Caiaphas topic is that his birth became suspect with the unknown or unmentioned (records stolen / altered / covered up?) father of Julius Severus Bassus. All other fathers and sons of this family are known and provided going all the way back to Brogitarus, and forward for some generations too. Severus' grandson was Quade-suspect Quadratus Bassus. Severus' father, although dates for the members of this family are largely lacking, was born (my guess) around 20 BC, about the time of Caiaphas' birth. Quadratus' was legate of Judea in 102 AD, and Quadratus' daughter married a Levi-suspect Laevillus character. Quadratus married the family that ruled a CETIS location in Cilicia, suspect with the mythical CETO monster of the Pontus, a kin of the Ladon dragon. Quadratus' wife was daughter of Joseph-like Iotapa, perhaps the explanation, in some way, for Caiaphas' first name, Joseph.

In recent writings, there appeared to be an heraldic link between Quadratus' family and Vespasian (father of Titus), but at the time I had forgotten Laevillus' full name: Gaius Julius Lupus TITUS Vibius VARUS Laevillus. The Titus surname shares the Chappes Moor head, and the Titus Moor head is on a white escutcheon, which has just recalled the white square / escutcheon (I don't know the official term) in the Arms of Placentia, an Arms that includes a blue wolf that is a colors reversed version of the Scarf / Bather/Atha wolf. Indeed, for while the so-called scarf in a Q-shape (suspect with "Quade") is used by Sadowski's (Sadducee liners?) who come up as "Traby," Placentia is at the Trebbia river. We have just made great sense, undeniable, in fact. The Scherfs are now tracing to the Trebbia and to the Arms of Placentia, as is the Quade / Mackay / Adler wolf. And the Adel lion is in the colors of the Placentia wolf. (Wikipedia's Placentia article is found by Googling "Piacenza".)

The Traby horns appear to be in the WATE/Weight Coat, three of them in the colors and positioning of the Quade/WADE wolf heads. This speaks to me of the new thing, a Quade-of-Adda link to the namers of the Trebbia river, which, I must assume, had that name when Hannibal came through it in 218 BC. I had suggested that the Heslingtons/Hazeltons were to be traced to one of the HASdrubals, either the one related to Hannibal or, my best pick, the other Hasdrubal (father of Sophonisba) with which Hannibal was associated. That trace was made having nothing to do with Weights, and especially not the fact that Weights use the Heslington motto. I only had the Traby horns by which to trace Weights to the namers of the Trebbia, but Quade's have since traced to that area. That is very significant because Hannibal came through with his allies, the Numidian cavalry, while the Quade's got hooked up with Massena liners (i.e. Numidians) to Maccus and Sitric. The Shaws, said to be from "SITric"-like "Sithech," are from the Shawia Numidians.

Quade's use a Coat both like the Newports (share the black-on-white leopard face with Ade's), likely from Newport on Wight, and the Lice/MacLee Coat suspect in the Mackay motto. Scottish Wights (same place as Ade's) use QUATrefoils, and English Wights/Wights (vair fur) are from the Were-river theater. Shawia Numidians are from AURES (north Africa), and therefore traceable to quatrefoil-using, and Shaw-related, Ayers (SPUR). The Weights/Wade's happen to use an "ARIS" motto term, you see, and so Quade's are tracing to Shawia Numidians, which may be the same as saying that the Adda was home to Numidians. Ayrshire, using a "Shaw" motto term in its motto, even uses the Annandale Coat for a trace to Placentia, location of the Trebbia. There is no way I could have these points wrong. And the Newport leopard face's are for Fessys/Face's, suspect with Fes/Fez, the Moroccan location of Idris of Morocco, whose wife was of the Aures tribe. Watts/Vatts/Quattie's were first found beside Ayrshire, in the same place as Maccus-suspect Haralds/Herods. I'm starting to get the impression that the all-seeing-eye was nothing really, in the beginning, but dummy-Masonic code for Aures liners, especially the Chappes-beloved Eyers. These Chappes use "ears of wheat," and Wheats are suspect with Wade's. [More on that later, with more ears of wheat to come in a Newport-suspect line from Peverels.]

Newports even throw in a "Ne supra" motto phrase much like "Insubres" that if Newports were Insubres while being close Quade kin, the latter can trace, as expected, to Insubria's Adda. The Newports share a motto term ("sapere") with Saids/Saddle's while the latter use the Massin/Mason lion. Note that Chadocks, in Sadowski/Traby colors, come up as "Shad." Instead of the Sadowski Q-scarf, Shads (Square colors) use what should be the Placentia square.

Wittiers use an "Esto fidelis" motto term traceable to wolf-head Fiddle's/Fidelows, suspect with the Welf faction of Esto-like Este's. This makes Quade's suspect with Wight yet again. [Weavers use the same motto, and will be identified with "PEVERel," a Rothschild-discovered line that was on Wight.]

As the ESCUTcheon is part-code for Schutz's (Schade/Shade colors) with a Shutz variation, note how the consonants are those of "Sadducee." Saddocks use the escutcheon too. Then, see the greyhound in the Schutz Crest, black with a gold collar, an apparent version of the black wolf head of Quade's (with a gold collar too). The Collar(d) surname uses another Moor head. With Dutch Millins using the Schade/Shade Coat exactly, these can trace to Insubria's Milan.

The greyhound became suspect as part-code for Huns/Hundts (thanks to Mr. Skeetz for that one), which uses an upright greyhound in the colors of the upright dog of Fortuna's, the latter suspect with "Lady Fortune" in the Klassen Coat, a Watt- and Vatt-suspect Glass liner that traces to the Clausula river, and thereby highly suspect with Cupionich. This river drains into lake SCODRa, like the Skudra and Scidrus entities in the last update, suspect with Skits, Skeets', etc.

The greyhound is also code for Grays/Greys (Northumberland) that nearly use an escutcheon, what was likely an escutcheon. The upright Grey/Gray lion is in the colors of the Hun/Hundt greyhound. Thank you, Mr. Skeetz, for that mystery solved. Huns/Hundts were first found in the same place (Swabia) as Adels. As Adels use the same lion as Cards/Certs (gold collar), suspect with Carthage and/or the Numidian capital, Huns can be HANNibal liners.

The Fast surname (Norfolk, same as Adlers) suspect with the "fast" motto term of Grays, was previously, for years, listed with WITHIpools, but no longer. Withipool's have their own page, and were first found in Shropshire, home for a short while of proto-Pollocks, thus making Pollocks suspect as Pool liners, and indeed Pollocks are said to be named after a pool, but I always knew that it was mere code of the Masonic stupids. As Tasks might have been from Polish, Donald Tusk, it's interesting that the three lions in "pale" (vertical direction) of Withipool's may be the three red lions in pale of Tasks. Pool liners thus become suspect with Pale's/Palys.

Withipool's are suspect partly with Poole, in southern Hampshire facing the Isle of WIGHT, where the Quade's/Wade's trace without doubt now. Withipool's are suspect with WITkowo, a Polish city using the all-seeing-eye, same as Watts and Vatts. Witkowo became suspect with SiemoWIT, a mouse-tower entity very traceable to the Pulley variation of Pullens, for there is an unexpected pulley in this portrait of the Sicilian Guiscard brothers, while one of them wears a lattice symbol, as does Siemowit at his Wikipedia article. As Guiscards are listed with WISharts, it looks like Wit and Wis terms are identical in this case.

Do Eyer liners trace to the mouse tower too? Yes, in the case of Kyle's of Ayrshire, whom were traced by their Cole / Coles kin to the Mieske's and "KOLodziej," the latter being the mythical mouse-tower ancestry of Mieszko. I now realize that the term might need to be split into two as Cole-Oddie, seeing that Mieszko married Oda. The Oddie's/Oda's (branch of Ottone-like Odins), in Ottone / Chappes colors, use a saltire in colors reversed from the German Nails/Nagle's, important because the Arms of COLchester use nails. Odis', looked up as per "KolODZiej," use a pelican (Pulley symbol) on a Shield with quarters conforming to the same of Fasts/Withipools. In the past, "KOLODziej" was traced to COLTers because they share wheels with Wheelrights, suspect with "Kolodziej the Wheelwright." See also the colors of Otis'/Ottens. See also the Otone's of Vassey with the lion of Odins/Oddie's (same place as Pullens). The Odins/Oddie's are using the Rothchild (no 's') horse.

While Pulleys can trace to Pula/Pola (Istria), that place was called Pietas-Julia, which is why I traced Pettys (suspect with Petts/Peats) to that place, and it just so happens that one Petty Coat uses quarters in the colors of the Fast/Withipool quarters (in the colors also of the Warren checks in case that applies), proving that Withipool's trace to Pulleys. The Arms of Pula use a cross in the colors of the Pollock saltire, and while Jewish Pollocks use a bend in the colors of the Bade bend, it's not a coincidence because Scottish Bade's (same place as Guiscards and Chappes'/Chaips) are using the Fast / Petty quarters in colors reversed. Bade's are new to me as per the thought above: "it's fairly normal for a Wade / Vade term to become 'Bade / Pade.'" It just so happens that the Bade / Pollock bend is in the colors of the same of Quade/Wade-suspect Ade's.

The Baud variation may betray the Bauts traced to the Bautica river, home of the Arduinici who become suspect with Pett-beloved Ardens The Ardons (with an 'o), kin of Artes', are suspect with the eagle of Botters/Bodins. German Bade's are also "Badenius," and so this looks like another Bath/Atha / Baden/Battin liner. Petts are also "Pade" and use a bend in colors reversed from the Bade/Badenius bend. French Bade's/Badetts use a dragon and were first found in Provence.

Pettys and same-colored Sheriffs were both first found in WARwickshire, making the Petty bend suspect with the Were bend. Assume that Sheriffs were Scarf liners so as to expect Petty elements or Petty kin in Placentia. We then find that Were's are using the Bruce motto, and Bruce's are known to use the Annandale saltire for an easy trace to Ananes of Placentia. The Bruce lion is in the Arms of Brescia, not far from Placentia, and this is why the Bruce / Adel lion (identical) can trace to the blue wolf of Placentia. Bruce's were first found in the same place as Scarfs.

The Ince-related Ince's (Perthshire) are suggested to have derivation in Hinks/Hinch's, and the latter, because they use what can be construed as the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Annandale's, are traceable to Insubria if Ince's were Insubres liners. Although the Annandale saltire is on a white background, Bruce's (and the Arms of Ayrshire) are known to use it on a gold background, as is found in the Hink Coat. One could therefore expect Ananes liners to use a red Chief along with a gold Shield, wherefore see that the Annas surname used that combo in colors reversed. Marital mergers or branches often make their symbols colors reversed to one another.

The Windsors (Berkshire) are using the Annandale saltire in colors reversed, and then Hinks are said to be from Hinks/Hinksey county, Berkshire.

This is a good place to re-mention that Wikipedia once showed the personal wolf of Hugh Lupus D'Avrances, a white wolf head on blue, the colors of the Scarf wolf head. Wikipedia's explanation for his Lupus name was not convincing. More convincing is that he was a Welf liner, for Welfs/Wolfs/Lupus' (wolf heads) were first found in the area that he ruled. His son has a wolf head at his Wikipedia article. I'm writing this paragraph in case Lupus was named after the Lupus name used by Laevillus, an old Roman surname. The Welf write-up says that the surname was created by Hugh Lupus, but is that really true? The Welk motto uses "Fides," a clear indication of linkage to the Fiddle's of FIDElow (also called VIS-de-Lou), for they use wolf heads too. I found Vis-de-Lou (Normandy) online as Vis-de-LOOP. The Welf motto also uses "ADversis," what can be deemed as code for Vere liners in relation of Ada of Varenne. Lupus Laevillus had a Varus surname too.

Incidentally, the red Were crosslets (colors reversed from the same Fast/Withipool crosslets) are used by Tufts/Tafts who came up in the last update as per the "tufts of grass" used by Schore-suspect Bosco's (a Bush-Scherf combo, essentially). Grasse is near the Provence border, and near to Draguignan of Provence. Also near Draguignan is a Frejus location that seems to be the chief location of Var, and so see the Frey lion, a copy of the Massin/Mason lion, the reason that I think "Freemason" is mere code for Masonic stupids, stupid because they preoccupy themselves with bloodline worship, and seek to form the power structures of the world based on their own bloodlines, thus creating conflict and torment needlessly, as only the greatest stupids can. Ask Julius Caesar in his maggot-infested grave how great his stupidity was, yet the dragon cults love him. Nichols de Vere is now in his own grave, but I'm wondering who it was that replaced him as chief of Drakenberg witchcraft.

If the Placentia Arms calls it a square, then it goes to the Squire's/Squirrels because they list the Square surname, but then this goes to the Schere's who list "Scherf." These Schere's are obvious kin of Shere's/Shire's, first found in Surrey, where Ada of Varenne's family ruled. In the Shere/Shire Crest, a black dog, but without the gold collar, yet still suspect with the Quade wolf and Schutz greyhound. The same-colored crosslets of Shere's/Shire and Schers/Scherfs, in colors reversed from the Schutz saltire, is in the colors of the Saracen crescent, important because the Shere/Shire dog is used by Saracen-like Carricks, but this is being repeated because the Saracen crescents are in the Scottish Bade/Baud/Baide Coat.

Marjory Carrick married Adam Kilconquhar,whose mother, Mrs. Comyn, was traced (by me) to Como long before I found the Adda river in the last update. See here: "Towns along the river Adda include Bormio, Sondrio, Bellagio and Lecco (both on Lake Como), and Lodi." As I link the Comyn Coat to Josephs, Caiaphas can trace to Como. There is a CUFF in the Como Coat. There are double bends in the Como Coat, the Ince symbol.

The blue wolf is said to be code for Mongols, but this has to do with Attila the Hun. The English Huns are using dogs in the colors of the Hun/Hundt greyhound and the Gray lion. The "gett/gate" endings on the English Huns are suspect with Geddes ("CAPta" motto term) because the latter use a white-on-red escutcheon that I had traced to the same-colored square / escutcheon in the Arms of Placentia. The Huns/Hungetts are not only in the same colors, but share a white-on-red chevron with Sere's / Sears and others that traced to the Serio river. That makes Huns kin of Scarf liners, and so let's mention that the Traby/Sadowski scarf is in the same colors. It looks like the Hun surnames were from Attila, unless someone linked the Placentia wolf to the Hun surnames and wrongly declared the blue wolf to be an Attila symbol. On the other hand, "ATTila" may have something to do with "Adda," in which case it creates some problem for tracing "Adda" to "Quadratus." Are we now to view Geddes as Attila liners? Contrary to popular teaching, I view Attila's ancestry with Western elements that may or may not have traversed as far as Mongolia.

The Geddes escutcheon is in the colors of the escutcheon of Saddock-related Chaddocks / Chadwicks, and then Chads share the potent cross with Schutz-like Skits, Skeets' and Scheds.

The leaf-using Zobers/Sobbe's/SOBOTTa's have just brought Cabots to mind who share fish with Geddes, as well as using what could be the Comyn garb in Crest. French Cabots give the impression of being a branch of Cavetts, who are in turn suspect with Chives variations. Cabots were first found in Jersey, in the English Channel along with Guernsey, the latter being home to early Majors...found in the Geddes motto. The "CAPTa majora" motto was therefore suspect with CABOTs, and yet I'm not ruling out a trace to Caiaphas (or Capets), for Cabots may have been Caiaphas liners. Cavetts were traced to a Cevetta river at Ceva (near Savona), a potential Cavii liner.

The Cobers, in Sober colors, are listed with Cove's, first found in the same place (Suffolk)n as Deacons, and share the arm-and-axe with Deacons / Decans. That is a great way to trace Sobers to the Adda theater, if Sobers were a Cober branch. Coverts are in Cober/Cove colors, and as Courts list "Covert," they can trace to Cortemelia, near Ceva.

Zobers/Sobers/Sobotta's were first found in Mantova/Mantua. As a province, Mantua (Lombardy) contains the southern Oglio river, which was said (last update) to be one border of the Sober-like Insubres.' That works. "Mantua" is interesting for being like the purple-lozenge Mandys/Mondays. Perhaps Amyntes was named after Mantua elements. As the representation of Daphne's sister, Ladon elements may have come through Mantua. The Mantua surname is listed with Scottish Mansons, which brings a jailed monster to mind. Mansons/Magnusons are suspect with Isle-of-Man elements, and the Mandys/Mondays have the legs to prove that they're Isle-of-Man elements, not to mention the black wolf head. The "PROVIDebit" motto term was traced to the Prophets/Profetts with a human leg (just like the Isle of Man's Arms). Recall that one Sitric invaded Davenport, in the Macclesfield area, for Mandys/Mondays are using the same cross as Macclesfields. If the red side of the Shield is the primary color, the Shield-and-Chief color combination is that of Annas'. Mandys/Mondays were first found in the same place (Derbyshire) as Cnut's, and Annas' were first found in Nottinghamshire = Cnutville, so to speak. Amyntes had conquered Derby-like Derbe in Asia, according to Wikipedia. The Mannix/Mangan/Managhan Coat (Lombardy colors) looks very linkable to the Devit/Dade Coat suspect in the "proviDEBIT" motto term. But, while Mandys/Mondays trace well to Amyntes, and help to trace Maccus and Sitric to Akmonia, the surname's trace to Mantua needs more help. The Manx peoples of Man are much like the Mincio river of Mantua.

Here is something very interesting, for while I was expecting Daphne elements at the Oglio, a dolphin came up in the Olly surname, which is the Holly surname beloved of Maccus- and Macclesfield-liner Maxwells. The Oglio is called, Ollius, by locals. The interesting thing is that the Olly/Holly Coat shares red roundels upon white bend with Ince's, and, on either side of the bend, Ollys use black, the color of the bendlets on either side of the Ince bend. Plus, the Olly bend has been suspect with Plunketts and therefore with Plancia MAGNA i.e. like the Magnuson variation of the Mantua surname!!! Zikers, Plancia even traced well to the Amyntes > Quadratus bloodline. The Olly Crest is much like the Crest in the Arms of Crema.

Also interesting is that the Olleys/D'Oilli's use two bends i.e. linkable to Ince's.

The Zober/SOBOTTA leaves are in the colors of the Italian-CAPOTE/Capone mule. French Capote's (Forez, beside Mont Pilat) list "Chapus" and variations linkable to Cavetts. French Courts are perchance using the Adler stars closely. the mule was added by English speakers in Italy (e.g. the Normans of Italy), the Capote Mule can be code for the Mule's/Mules' (same place as Chives' and Moline's) even though the Italians don't use "mule." Mules' share red roundels with Ince's / Inch's, and may therefore be Milan liners. Chives' share a black moline with Moline's with Mule-like Mullin/Moulins variations. Moline's trace, in their write-up, to "the tanner" of Falaise while Cortemelia is near the Tanaro, and while the tanner's daughter married Herluin, ruler of Comyn. It looks like the kin of Herluin de Conteville (includes Hugh D'Avrances and Ranulf le Meschin) can explain much of the heraldic traces to the Adda river, and that is why Mackays and Quade's should trace there too.

Moline's/Moulins' use goat heads in Chief without a Chief border, same style as the Comyn garbs in the Joseph Chief.

Zowie, English Mullins/Millens are using the Adler fesse, right? Right. Mullens/Millens ("Mea" motto term) were likewise first found in Suffolk, and are in Deacon colors all around. Irish Mullins, sharing the same crescents as English Mulline/Millins, use "...a hand holding a dagger on a red fesse..."

Adlers use "An arm holding a dagger," and as Mackays use the dagger too, one can trace the Adler wolf heads to the same of Mackays too. That makes the Adler stars the Sutherland stars (Mackays were first found in Sutherland). The same stars can be found in the Molton/Molson Coat (same place as Moline's and Mule's, and beside Deacon-related Baths/Atha's), looked up just now as per the Molton location of Moline's. Moltons are from Mueles, and so it looks like the Capote/Capone mule can apply to this very-Sinclair picture. As the Adler / Molten stars are gold, the gold stars of English Capone's become suspect, and these Capone's, highly suspect with Quintus and/or Fannius Caepio, were first found in the same place (Cambridgeshire) as the Chapmans using a crescent in the colors of the Mullin/Millen crescents. The chevron of English Capone's can now go to the same-colored fesse of Dutch Mullins, which may be the Meschin/Masculine / Mussel/Muscel fesse, but even more suspect with the fesse of Schade's/Shade's (Baden).

Comyns use the dagger too. It has thereby become a certainty that Mullins trace to the Adda. But when investigating the Oglio, the Ogle/Hoggel surname was found to use the Millen/Millin Coat EXACTLY (minus the dagger)! Plus, while being first found in the same place (Northumberland) as Grays/Greys, the Ogle motto uses "gre." It had already been suspect that Grays should trace at least to Placentia. Northumberland is where Lumbers/Lambe's (Hound colors) were first found, looked up for links to "Lombardy." The surname is said to be from West Denton while Dents use the ermined lozenges of Hounds, suspect as Gray kin due to the greyhound. The Lombard surname uses lozengy.

I've just found that Gereys/Warre's/Werre's use the same lion as Greys and throw in a fitchee background that makes the Coat look like the Tint and Rix/Rick Coats in combination. The Rix/Rick Crest has an orange griffin to match with the orange wings of the Warren dragon. It's making Greys suspect with Guerin of Provence. Guerin was traced to Kanza (wife of Idris of Morocco) of the Aures north-Africa, which happens to be where the mythical Graeae lived. It's making the Vere's, and consequently the Varni, suspect with Graeae. The "anchor" motto term of Greys was traced with Anchors/Annackers to the Arms of Agrigento i.e. location of the Drago. But with Greys suddenly being found out as Vere liners, Anchors may have been Angers / Anjou liners. That would make Melusine very suspect with Angitia, an Abruzzo snake goddess.

The griffin head (with antler in beak) in the Gerey/Werre Crest goes to the Griffins, first found in Pomerania, the Varni theater. This is indicating that Ada of Warenne may have been an Aures / Numidian liner. Drake's had traced to the Drago river of Acragas, where Carricks traced independently, and here the Gereys/Werre's are found with the "bien" motto term of Carricks. Like the Drake's, French Biens use axes, and Were's are said ti be from an Axe river. That tends to clinch the trace of the Deacon axe's, and several others, to Axe-river Drake's and Vere's. The axe is used by Axel(rod)s/Haukeswells, first found in the same place as Deacons.

The Axe river is in Somerset, location of TINTagel, and where Rix's/Ricks were first found. King Arthur, born in Tintagel, traces with GORlois and Gore's (Windsor liners) to Gorski, location of Losinj. Rix's/Ricks were traced both to Rijeka, and to the Richeza of the Mieszko's, i.e. the Masovia dukes, where the Drake wyvern traces. The Rix's/Ricks were also traced with Cravens to Croatians, and Rijeka happens to be in Croatia. The Were's are said to have established a close union with Giffards, who use the ermined lozenges of Hounds, expected where Gereys/Werre's are Gray liners. Lozenges (used by Anchors) trace to Losinj in proto-Croatia. The Maezaei theater is where this picture should trace.

The Were croziers had traced to mythical Creusa, wife of Annacker-suspect Aeneas, and I read that, before founding Rome, and after having a partnership with human-sacrifice Carthage, the couple had been in Agrigento. Drakenberg witchcraft had been suspect, along with the fitchee, with satanic Baphomet, suspect from a Boofima human-sacrifice cult in Africa, run by an the Imperi peoples tracing logically to Imperia, also called Oneglia, where a branch of the Ivrea Arduinici lived to which king Arthur (= dragon liner out of Abruzzo and Melusine-suspect Lusatia) traces. The Gere's share the gold boar with Weirs/Vere's (same place as Rijeka-related Maxwells) and PERIgord-suspect Gords (Windsor liners), and are listed with Ivers (Vere quarters), suspect with "Ivrea." Drakenberg liners are expected to trace to Verys/Fairys. The Iverys are suspect with the green-on-white Were bend, and were suspect with Ivrea elements...expected in Oneglia, a location identified with Nagle's (lozenges upon the same fesse as the Weir/Vere fesse), who use a fesse in the colors of the same of Boofima-suspect Boeufs/Beefs, first found in Imperi-suspect Perigord. Vere's use "nihil" in their motto as code for Nail-related Neils/Nihills, and German Nails are also Nagle's. Arthurs are expected in MacArthurs of Argyllshire, that land belonging much to the MacArthur-Campbell relationship, and having an InVERARY location.

Finally (but not exhausting the traces), Ivrea elements are expected in the Yvery location of Laevillus-suspect Leavells, first found in the same place as Tintagel, Baths/Atha's, and axe-using Badens/Battens (Axe-river liners for certain). The latter should trace the Gerey/Werre antler to the Zahringer / Veringen antlers, and the latter's red one had been traced to the red antler in the Arms of Spree-Neisse, where I trace Melusine, the Very/Fairy entity. Spree-Neisse is in Lusatia, parts of which overlap with Silesia, where German Bien's were first found that share royal blue with Sinsens/Zinzans (same place as Lombardy-based Windsors), relevant because Zinzendorf elements had been in Lusatia's Dresdan. The Pendragon- or Arthur-related Lusatians must have had an Abruzzo connection, especially to Angitia. It just so happens that MacArthurs are using the Seager/SUGAR moline while a mythical Sugaar snake god was made the husband of a goddess, Mari...likely Angitia, goddess of the Marsi (Abruzzo). As Mari and Sugaar were Basque deities, the MacArthur crowns are likely those of Martels, first found in Gascony, land of Basque's. As Basque's called themselves Euskals, Eschyna de Molle (first name like "Gascon/Vascone") might apply to the MacArthur moline. This picture is suspect with the Visconti snake called a Biscone, which, if correct, traces much of the picture to Milan. Note a Gascon-like variation of Gace's/Wassa's, and as they are said to be proto-Washingtons, by what coincidence do Washingtons use the double fesse bars of Neisse-like Ness' (Spree colors)?

The fesse of Mullins / Ogle's is in the colors of the Ness bars, and that also of Augusts, but the latter throw in the eagle leg, the Mandy/Monday symbol. It just so happens that the Oglio runs through Mantua. The "et opera" motto phrase of MacArthurs might be for Toppers (Sabine scallops?), for I say that the Pendragon motto is code for Tipps'/Tippens and Tippers. Indeed, Tipps' have the Ghent eagles so as to trace to Genova, where Segni's/SEGURana's were first found that use the Seagar / MacArthur moline. The "force" motto term of Toppers may be for Sforza elements, who took on the Visconti snake symbol suspect from the Marsi near mount Sabina. Toppers use a black greyhound, and the gold boar shared by greyhound-suspect Gere's (and Speers). Topps use the gauntlet glove i.e. code for Ghent liners.

The Argylls (embattled Chief) may be using the same griffin as Dobermans / Dobers / Haldans for a trace to Mieszko's and Griffins. It's known that Griffins were involved with Mieszko liners. It's interesting that the Argyll griffin is white, like the Lurch/Larcher and Archer dragon, for "Arch" and "Arg" are similar terms. Appius Pulcher, son-in-law of Lurco, may trace to PULCiphers, whom are not listed, though Pulsiphers are listed with Polesdons. As the white griffin is used also in the Crest of Chue's, like variation of the Cowes', Polesdons can trace to Poole, on-shore from Cowes in the Isle of Wight. Chue's (same place as Roets and Leavells) are using the Catherine wheel that belongs to Catherine Roet. Queen Victoria lived in East Cowes.

The Grubs (Berkshire) share the embattled Chief of Argylls, as well as using a griffin head in Crest that is half white. The Shield-and-Chief color combination of Argylls is colors reversed to that of Grubs. As per Herods/Haralds, first found in Argyllshire, "Argyll" became suspect with "ARCHELaus," a surname of a Herod, and Griffins are suspect with "Agrippa." Berenice Agrippa has been traced to Bernicians of Berwickshire, where Argylls were first found. The Argyll write-up suggests an Arkel entity, and the Bernice/Burness fesse happens to be in the colors of the Arkel chevron, while the latter's chevron is blue, like that of Bernice-related Burns, said to be from Bernicians. Roets, and the "ready" motto term of Burns, can be Herod liners.

In colors reversed to the Burns fleur and Burns chevron are the same of Stevensons, first found in the same place as Arkels, with both surnames using the blue chevron. Yet the other Stevensons are using a version of the bend with leopard faces of Berwickshire Ade's. Then, French Archers, first found in Provence, are using a version of the Provence Coat, which is a colors-reversed version of a Stevenson Coat. Stave's/Stevensons are honored in the pilgrim's staves of Hawks, suspect with Haukeswells having an AXELrod variation, perhaps from the Oglio liners.

I took a wild stab and loaded Oaklys to see if they might trace to "Oglio" (fat chance), to find the Ogle / Mullin Coat yet again!!! See also the Pulsipher stars. I never would have thought that a surname like Oakly could be of an Oglio river. How many other oak-theme surnames trace there? The Watt / Vatt oak trees? Makes sense. And they hang glasses off the oaks while Dober liners trace to Glass liners (see Scottish Dobe's, first found in the Glasgow area). Crescents in Oakly-crescent colors are used by Insubres-possible Spree's.

While Toppers might be Dober liners to Dobrawa (Mieszko's wife), it's interesting that Supers/Sobers use the same saltire as Haldans, from Mieszko's other wife, Oda of Haldensleben. If Sobers can be Dobers, Dubers/Dobe's (Provence) can apply using three white-on-red escutcheons. The latter are new to me, but if correct to trace escutcheon liners to lake Scodra, then Dubers are expected at the Dober location. And this is where oak-using Aikens can come in because I have viewed their rooster with the Koppel rooster while tracing Koppels between Goplo and Koplik, the latter a couple of miles from Dober.

Oaklys use a "Caveo" motto term, while Cavii Illyrians probably lived at Dober (Clausula river). The eSCUTcheon is suspect with Scotts too, whose bordered Shield may have been an escutcheon too, in which case it's in the colors of the same of Dubers/Dube's. This Scott Coat links to John of Gaunt, and the border, which seems to have replaced the escutcheon for many surnames, was trace to Bordeaux, in or near to where John of Gaunt (married to the Catherine wheels of the Scott Coat) operated for a time. There is a scimitar in the Oakly Crest. This is an important string of points; I'm going to show you how Quintus Caepio can trace between Cupionich (Koplik) and the Insubria / Ticino theater, and between it and Quadratus, just as soon as I get to the Arms of Newport, Wales.

The gold fleur-de-lys on the Oakly fesse are used by Bush's, in the same two colors when the Bush Coat showed with a red fesse (now showing black), important because Bush's are in the "holly bush" of Maxwells. This is a great way to trace Maxwells (or Maccus liners) to the Oglio. The mouth of the river is near the Modena locations dealt with recently, where I expect Maccabees = Maccus liners. Oaklys are in the colors of Akmans, Liebs and Aikens, all three suspect with Akmonia.

Oglys are listed with Hockleys, and are sharing the pierced black-on-white stars of Medleys (Tigranes-suspect tiger) and Muths/Methleys. Let's add the "modum" motto term of Insubres-suspect Newports. Oglys look linkable to both Scott surnames, one first found in the same place as Maxwells. As both Scott Coats are versions of both Talbot Coats, it can explain the talbot dog of Ollys/Hollys. Plus, I trace Talbot liners with the Capone-suspect Tallons/Talants (suspect in the August / Mandy eagle talons) to the Taulantii Illyrians on the south side of the caveo-like Cavii. The lion design of Holsteins was once in use by ULmans/OLLmans, and that might reveal that they were Oglio liners too. I mentioned several times that the Mauds showed the rare Ulman lion too, as did the Stewarts. All three were changed but to the same lion design amongst them.

As I trace mythical Holle to Hollys, while I've read that she was code for Holstein, the Holsteins were just loaded to find them with "royal blue," a color used by Zinzendorf-suspect Sinsens/Zinzans. The Moravian Church of Zinzendorf had entered my mind just moments ago because DeMuths were close to Zinzendorf himself (topic of the last update, where Barbara Bush is said to have ancestry in DeMuths).

One wonders whether Dols / Dole's / Doyle's were Oglio liners.

It was concluded above that Adlers/AdelARDs, using the Quade wolf heads and the Arden fesse, were Adel liners in merger with Ardens. Therefore, Quade's can be identified chiefly as an Adel liner, but as Adels use the blue lion expected to trace with Caepio's to Joseph Caiaphas, it once again points Quade's to Severus Bassus, perfect for a trace to his grandson, Quadratus Bassus. This argument has merit only where Caiaphas was of the Bassus', but look at how well that works. One of the close kin of Caiaphas, perhaps his niece, was suspect as Opgalli, whom I think was found in the motto of Arden-suspect Arthurs. The Arthur motto term, "OBstantia," should be part code for Hobs/Habs, first found in the same place as Arthurs, and using a tiger suspect with Tigranes, Opgalli's husband.

It had been concluded that the motto of the particular Mackays using the Quade wolf heads was part code for the Lice/MacLee surname using three leopard faces (almost heads) in the colors of the three wolf heads. Quade-like Ade's use black-on-white leopard face's too, the very thing that tended to clinch a Quade identity with Ade's, first found in the same place as Hobs/Habs.

The same motto of the wolf-using Mackays was pegged as part-code for Roens/Rowans with a Rome variation, but here I find that Adlers use the same-colored fesse as Rome's/Rooms/ROENS ("placit" motto term, like "Placentia"), associated with Annandale and therefore traceable to Placentia i.e. near the mouth of the Adda river. Rowans were first found in Durham, on the WERE river, and Were's are the ones using the motto of Bruce's (same lion as Adels) while Bruce's were up-coming Templar rulers out of Annandale. It had been established by some method that the "sed" motto term can be squarely for Saids/Saddlers using the blue lion in both colors of the Massin/Mason lion.

The "PUNgit" motto term of Rome's/Rooms/Roens was established with unusual and good evidence as code for Pungs/Pagans/Paganels using bendy in the colors of the same of Warren- / Warenne-suspect Guerra's. That should explain (loosely, anyway) why Rome's/Rooms share a red lion with the Guerin Chief.

The Squirrel in my Shorts Pipes Up

I don't know whether Newport in Wales is of the Newport location in Wight. I haven't yet run a check for that possibility. But the Arms of Newport are able to trace Quade's to the Ticino river because there is a cherub in the Arms-of-Newport Crest (page below). The Tacks use a cherub and are suspect with the Ticino/Tesson along with Tecks/Tess'/Tease's and Tease's/Tighs, the latter using the Annas star and first found in the same place as Annas'. The CHERUB should be viewed with the Tack GARBs, and in the meantime the white-on-green Tack arrow is erect, like the same-colored arrow (the only symbol) of Scottish Adams/Caws suspect with the Caw line of Quade's / Mackays. Tacks were first found in the same place as Quint-suspect Capone's.

Plus, the chevron that's the only symbol in the Arms of Newport is in the colors of the Quint chevron, while Quints were first found in Dorset, location of the Stur river running down to the coast facing out to Newport of Wight. The White surnames share blue vair fur with Quints, you see, and the Stur surname, first found where the Stur river flows, shares the red-and-gold fesse bars of neighboring Leavells suspect with Laevi on the Ticino, and with Laevillus, husband of the Quadratus line. How can all these tidy links be coincidences? Furthermore, while the Laevi co-founded Pavia with MARICI, note the motto in the Arms of Newport: "Terra MARIQUE."

The Newport chevron is upside-down, officially called "chevron reversed," potential code for Revere's that are sharing the blue lion in both colors of the Saddle / Massin / Louvain lion. And, Revere's were first found in Dorset, i.e. same as Quints suspect with the blue lion.

The Chanuts, suspect with Canute/Cnut, supposed namer of Nottingham, where Tease's/Tighs were first found, likewise use nothing in the Coat but an upside-down chevron. Why should Cnut liners trace to Newports? Same as the Maccus trace to Newport, for we saw how Sitric should have been involved with Cnut's Polish mother, queen of Dane's. The Isle of Wight is in the Revere write-up, where we find that VERNons, Fortibus', and CHUDleighs descended from them. Fortibus', using the revere lion, were on Wight. The Fortibus lion, I am guessing, is the Sforza lion. Note how Chudleighs can be a branch of "Saddle," or how the CHIDERleigh variation can be from "Sitric." Vernons (Cheshire, where Sitric liners settled) use "A demi goddess holding three ears of wheat and a scythe." There is a Scythes surname listed with Side's/SIDERS, what a sitricidence.

The Scythe surname (no final 's') is listed with Skeochs/SKITs. As the demi-goddess is in green, the colors of Morgans, it recalls Melusine (= Morgan le Fay) of the Vernon-suspect Vere's, especially as the Vernon fesse can be the Weir/Vere fesse. As Melusine traces to Lusatia's Spree-Neisse, is it a coincidence that Scythe's/Skits use the Spree Shield? As "Neisse" is suspect with the Ness' and therefore with Washingtons, it's interesting that German Mauch's (no details) are using the Zionist Wassa star, as well as sharing the sleeping moon with Kerns/Gerns (Verns?), first found in Silesia, where Sitlers/SCHITners derived that share the lion of Sitric-suspect Sitters...and Irish Kerns. The Sitler trefoil was concluded with the same of Pek-suspect Pike's honored in the escutcheon-using Geddes Coat.

Escutcheon suspects trace rather hard to Sitric, and his family may have named Scotland, though previously the founder of Scotland was found to be Guerin of Provence, the Vere-Melusine line to Alpins (sword). Maccabee's were traced to the Mathis river in the land of the Cavii so that Sitric can trace thereby to lake Scodra. Shitts (beside CHUDleigh-related Revere's and Quints) are listed with Shute's/CHUTE's, in Fortuna colors and using "Fortune de guerre." The Shute Coat is described with, "three swords bar WAYS," partly for the Swords (same swords as Shute's), the latter being (in my opinion) from a Swietoslawa line to Siward of Northumbria. The "man's head" of Swords is likely code for Isle of Man. See the escutcheon of Sewers/Suters (Sayer leopard?), and compare the border area with Chadocks/Shads.

Important paragraph. It is very important that while Siward was of Heslington elements, Heslingtons (suspect with Has of the Cavii theater) use the motto of "ways"-like Weights/Wate's, the latter now suspect with Newport-related Quade's. Sewere/Suters may be using the gold fitchee of Quints, and while Revere's were first found in the same place as Quints, the latter are said to be first found in both Dorset and Essex, the latter location being where Revere-like Rivers (double fesses with nebuly) were first found. Therefore, it looks like Quintus Caepio led to the Revere's suspect with the "chevron REVERsed" in the Arms of Newport, Wales, explaining why the Newport chevron is in the colors of the Quint chevron.

Revere's were from Normandy:

Richard de Redvers (or Reviers, Rivers, or Latinised to de Ripariis ("from the river-banks")) (fl. c. 1066 – 8 September 1107), 1st feudal baron of Plympton in Devon, was a Norman nobleman, from Reviers in Normandy...

...The first clear references to Richard start to appear in the mid 1080s. In the Domesday Book (1086) he is recorded as holding one manor, that of Mosterton in Dorset...

I do declare that Quintus Caepio traces to this early Revere picture. Richard is said to have started one of the wealthiest Norman families, as would be expected with Caepio treasure. In the Mosterton article, we find more stupidities from historians: "The village's name derives from Old English and means the thorn tree belonging to a man named Mort. In 1086 it was recorded in the Domesday Book as Mortestorne." What about Mortons of neighboring Wiltshire? Mortons even use the colors and format of Exeters. Mosters are listed with Masters and use a "tueri" motto term suspect with Tuareg Moors. As Richard is said to have been partnered with a Robert Curthose (I don't think he was named after short anything, but historians do), note that Curthose's/Shorthouse's can be using the Mott/MORTE crescent. It just so happens that Shorts (share estoile with Motts/Morte's) were first found in Dorset, explaining why they use a giant griffin in the colors of the Moster/Master griffins. We now have a very good idea of where Caepio liners may trace in Dorset.

I found a dead squirrel curled up in by black shorts after I ran the shorts through the laundry machine this past spring, and because squirrels had been used last November as signs for my work, I considered this one in the shorts a big sign. I didn't know the full extent of what the Short surname could mean at the time. But all my signs are for finding the line of Caiaphas. One of the greatest signs was from a reader telling that a blue lion appeared in her dream as she awoke, and it had a name "something like Cappeo" (her words). I took it immediately as a true Sign. I hadn't yet known about Quintus Caepio at the time, and so the reader could not have seen it. Here we find the blue lion in the Redver family as it links to Quintus Caepio liners. This is the Caepio-line lion.

Last November, 16 squirrels were caught in the attic. There was a major story to report about that, but, ever since, I have not had squirrels in the attic, even though they are around the house, and though some of the soffits have yet to go on. I found two of their major nests when putting up soffits this past summer on one side of the house. It smelled very bad, but some 90 percent of it has been removed. The Short griffin can be a version of the Sforza lion. The Heaters/Haiters are using bulls in the colors of the Short / Moster griffins, and this looks pertinent. The squirrel in my shorts was suspect with one squirrel, whom I had named, satan, who got away from me twice after catching it securely. The last time that it got away was in my heater pipes under the dash when driving it away to a creek, where I let other squirrels go. I had to drive this one home. I must have had the shorts in the vehicle, and it must have crawled into a pocket to keep warm, but died of cold or of thirst. That's the only explanation I can think of for how a squirrel could have died in the pocket. The Heaters were first found, no guff, in Devon. Are the Heater bulls code for Tuaregs in the Moster/Master motto? Turin uses the bull.

The squirrel-in-the shorts story is in the 1st updates of May and June. I entertained the Pocket/Poucher surname at the time, and associated it with Poix/Pois location in the Power write-up, but Powers have always been suspect with the Chief of Palins/Pawleys, first found in...Dorset!!! Amazing. Plus, as the Pockets/Pouchers use a giant cinquefoil in the colors of the same of Bus', what about "FortiBUS," the alternative name of the de Forza's?

In the May update, Shortens/Shortells/SHOTTers were mentioned, and here I find their "CERTavi" motto term. Later, I will trace Certs (blue lion!) to the Revere's. Shortens/Shotters look like Cambellfords and Comerfords, who both share the peacock with Shirts and Pouers/POUKERS (same chevron as Shirts, red, like the Quint chevron), an apparent branch of Pockets/Pouchers. Indeed, for the Bus' cinquefoil is used by HAMILtons suspect with the Cammell variation of Campbells.

The Shorten / Campbellford crosses are also that of Macclesfields, and the first surname coming to mind (Immediately) upon reading the Cappeo dream was the Macclesfields, for I knew by heart that the Arms of Macclesfield, with a "copia" motto term, uses a large blue lion. That's how I knew the dream had to be taken seriously as a Sign.

Richard de Redvers (the one above) "had a sister, ADELiz...Some time after 1086, possibly around 1094, he married ADELiza (or Adeliz), a daughter of William Peverel of Nottingham and his wife ADELina of Lancaster." Adels use blue lions too, and are now highly suspect from the Adda river, and with Quade-related Adlers (Quince colors), first found in the same place (Northamptonshire) as Ade-related Fessys (Macclesfield cross) and Caepio-suspect Quince's. Ahh, Peverels of Nottinghamshire, where Tease's/Tighs were first found that use nearly the Adler fesse. The Peverel garbs are to be connected to the same of Derbys, but why not also those of Vernons?

Wikipedia's article on William Peverel goes to a derivation in "little boy," and assumes that "Meschin" means "the younger." I have seen and shown a Meschin-related Coat using young boys in Peverel colors, but this is not the way to view Meschins nor Peverels. Rather, "boy" is code for the Boii, which one can fathom in "TailleBOIS," the family that Ranulf le Meschin married. Also, while Meschins are from the Bessin, said by some to be named after a branch of Boii, the Bessin surname uses, not little boys, but bees, as does the Boy surname. The Boy bees are in Peverel-garb colors and format. Therefore, Meschins took on a boy symbol, apparently. Le Meschin was ruling in the same place as Masci-related Masseys, and while I say that the latter shares the Pepin / Pipe horse, we read this: "...Peverell or Piperell, and in Domesday we find it continually spelt Piperellus..." But the writer (Planche surname) goes on and abandons that simple etymology with:

...It may be that like Mesquin lesser, or junior, translated into Mischinus, and distorted into de Micenis, "Peverel" is the Norman form of Peuerellus, as we find it written in the Anglo-Norman Pipe and Plea Rolls. The "u" being pronounced "v" in Normandy, and Peuerellus being simply a misspelling of the Latin Puerulus, a boy or child...

Surnames have a way of changing from non-dictionary terms to dictionary terms on mere whims of any family member. What starts out as Piperellus may be re-formed to a sound-alike term that everyone understands, but we should not assume that dictionary terms (like Puerulus) came first. There is a Piper surname with a white unicorn head, the colors of the Pepin horse head. As Newports can trace to Laevi and Marici, founders both of what later became Pavia/Papia, that should be where Peverels / Piperels ought to trace. It can explain why Pipers use LEAVES. I'm reading that a William Pyper of the 15th century held lands at Innerbundy of Aberdeenshire. His name yet reflects William Peverel of centuries earlier.

There is even a Piperel/Peperel surname (why pineapples?), first found in Devon, and using another red chevron. Pineapple's are used by Pine's, first found in Devon, and using a chevron in colors reversed from the Piperel chevron. Why are Pine liners linking to Peverels? Remember, the first Revere of Devon was a Peverel on his female side, and suspect with Chives said to have a branch in Tarves of Aberdeenshire. I can't find where Innerbundy is, but Bundys (Somerset) are using the same fesse as Meschins, and a chevron with besants looking like the Capone chevron. There is a boy pulling down a pine tree in the Bothwell Crest, thus tracing Peverels / Meschins to Bute. The first-known Peverel was a Ranulph.

Pipers are of course traced to people who play the pipes, as that seems logical. There is a Paper/Pepwell/Pepperwell surname using what could be the Sforza lion on the Bothwell chevron. It also uses "carnations stalked and leaved green." It didn't need to mention "LEAVED green," as most leaves are green, but if the surname is from Pavia, we get it, no pipes involved at all except for the surname. The Paper/Pepperwell chevron is in the colors of the Burl chevron, and while Burleys are suspect with Mopps/Modburleys, Italian Bundy's (look like they are a blonde theme that can trace to Boyds of Bute) use a single sword erect in the colors of the same of Mochs. Mochs together with Mopps' are Mopsus / Muksus liners. Carneys, suspect in the carnations, use another erect sword in the same colors, and may be from Carians from Clarus. Boy-like Boyds share checks on a fesse with Marici-suspect Marks.

This would be a good place to show the Arkel Coat, looking like it may be using the Paper/Pepperwell chevron but topped with red-on-gold stars showing in the Coat of Tease's/Tighs, first found in Nottinghamshire, where Peverels were. Then, the Germo-Swiss Tease's/Tecks share a saltire and leaves with Pipers. Earlier in this update, Arkels were compared to Bernice's, and the latter happen to share a blue-on-gold fesse with Beavers, but last I heard, beavers don't play the bagpipes. The Beaver fesse is used by Bewere-rooted Burtons, perhaps a branch of Birds/Birds, for the latter use the flory cross, in the same colors, of the one used by Mr. De Forz/Fortibus, husband of Mrs. Revere from Devon and into Wight. Why do Bewere's rhyme with Revere's?

Bewere's/Beuers (tridents in saltire, points down) and Beverels were both first found in Rhineland. Do we assume that they were named after beavers? Can Peverels be both Bauer liners and Pipers?

They can all trace to Pauers and Powers and therefore to Pockets, and it just so happens that I traced Squirrels (years ago) to the Ticino with squirrel-using Decks/Daggers and Dyke's. The other Daggers ("Forte" motto term) were first found in the same place (Cumberland) as Bernice's and Burns, and share three scallops in the format of the three used by Peverels. The squirrel in the pocket of my shorts speaks. The Shorts share blue wings with Beuer-suspect Bauers, and the Bauer-related Bowers were first found in Pavia-suspect Peebles. The Shorts share the estoile in the colors of the same of Bute's while Bothwells, Bute elements, use the same chevron as Shorts. The red-on-white chevron of Piperels is used by Shirts/Sherrats, and Peppers use one in colors reversed with scythes upon it.

As scythes are tracing to Sitric, let's add that the article of William Peverel tells of his surname used abundantly on the Isle of Man. The "Mens" motto term of Pepins and Poppins/Pophams ("manSIT" motto term) was highly suspect with Man liners. Poppins/Pophams were first found in the same place as Poitiers-like Potters, but also of Josephs suspect with the AVIS garbs. The article also states that William's second wife was a daughter, AVICE, of Roger of Poitou/Poitvin (earl of Lancaster). As Sitric has been traced to Seaton liners of the Side/Scythes / Suty kind, while Seatons are of a Say location, note the Say write-up tracing to Geoffrey de Saye who died in Poitou (Poitiers). Poitvins use the same stars as SUTHERlands, a Sitter-like term extremely suspect with a Sitric > Maccus line to Mackays. Adlers (same wolf heads as Mackays) use the gold-on-red stars too.

The name "Avice" is suspect with Avis/Avise's/Avisons, sharing garbs in the colors of the Vernons garbs, and Vernons use the scythe too, such a sidincidence. The Avison-suspect Avezzano's were first found in the same place, Sardinia, as Italian Bundys. Short suspects like Shurtans/Shurdane's/Jordans were suspect with old forms of "Sardinian." The old Shardana Sea Peoples are traced my many to Sardinians, but as my concern in Sardinia has been a Sulcis trace to Silesia, that's where Sitric-suspect Sitlers were first found. In other words, Sitric's family may have been of the ancient Sea Peoples, pirates just like the son of William de Peverel.

His article tells of his Hatfield Peverel location, which starts to make a link to Haddingtons, home of Seatons and Keiths. The latter's pale bars are half in the colors of the Sitter pale bars. As Keiths are said to have formed the Marshalls, though I don't take that relationship in that way, it's interesting that Scottish Marshalls use the same blue-on-white saltire as Pipers, and both use leaves beside their respective saltires! As Pipers were of Innerbundy, it's interesting that the other Bundys share the fesse colors of the Mussel fesse, for Musselburgh is in Haddington. Keiths even use the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Poppins / Men's/Mengzes. That now becomes a good way to trace Keiths to the Sitric family. Keiths have been suspect with Hesse-Cassel's Chatti, and it just so happens that Scottish Cassels (Davenport fitchees") use an "Avise" motto term, making them suspect with Avice Poitvin of Lancashire. I have traced the "la fin" motto term of Cassels to southern Sardinia. I don't think it's coincidental that Peverels use a white-on-blue version of the Avis garbs. Avis' are said to derive in "Avice."

I kid you not, that, last winter, between the 16-squirrel saga and the squirrel in my pocket, I claimed and wrote on another event that seemed like a sign, concerning the noises from what I was calling a "grub" in my firewood. I claimed that this grub was directly responsible for my originally finding the importance of including Avezzano in my topics, as per the grub-like garbs of Avis'/Avisons. I've just gone to the last update of last December to find the story. Avezzano was not yet any topic at all in my updates, and Vespasian (father of emperors Titus and Domitian) was on his way to becoming central, and he's from the Avezzano theater, and in fact VESpasia Polla may have been named after AVEZZano." I was discussing a bat-in-my-chimney-flange event that seemed like another sign, and the Chimneys, using the Derby antelope design, had become suspect with Jiminy-Cricket codes that I was working on. Here I find that Chimneys were first found in the same place (Yorkshire) as Hatfields, while Peverels were first found partly in Derbyshire. It looks like the grub Sign links to Peverels as much as the squirrel in my shorts. Here's from the December update:

The theory now is that Caracalla, a Domitian liner, named himself after some Grikou elements on Patmos. Titus liners were expected to bump into Oxfords because the two surnames share the same lion design, and here we just saw good evidence for proving that the Bewere's were represented by the Oxford beaver. It looks like I've been so good that santa will need to give me the whole north pole when he shimmies down my jiminy pipe.

I kid you not that, after I wrote that, I recalled that there is a cricket sound in my house. It's not a cricket, but I was reflecting on how it sounds like a cricket. It's something living in my firewood. It's been making a loud noise every couple of days or so for about a week. I've heard this in other years; it's likely a grub. Anyway, the Crickets were first found in Oxfordshire! The Crickets are the ones using the previously-shown Oxford lion in the same red color!!! I'm going to ask for everything around the Arctic circle too.

...[further down the page]...Was Boofima a Boii liner? Later, I'll come back to this and link to the new Avezzano topic that I'm itching to get to...

...[further down the page]With Marshalls tracing to the Marsi, that Avezzano topic can relate. Avezzano, right beside the Fucino area of the Marsi, became suspect with a Sulcis = Seleucid line in Sardinia, and here we find the Marshalls at Marseilles, on-shore from Sardinia and Corsica. Remember, the Lacydon Ligurians [they can trace to Lacys sharing the purple lion of Skiptons, of Craven]...

...English Bayers/Beiers/Beyers [Bewere / Peverel liners?] show a giant red rose that I've been meaning to link to the red rose of the Avezzano Coat...

Years ago, I realized that "Gareb" named SERBs and KRVati, the latter being Croatians. And that's why I traced CRAVens to Garebites of Croatia [William de Forz, who married the Peverel line, inherited parts of Craven]...

...I kid you not that, at this point the Avis' were loaded [first time] as per "AVEZZano," and getting garbs (called "wheat sheaves" in this case), I decided not to mention them. I was being jelly-brained because they apply greatly. I was looking for something else. Then, a minute later, the cricket-GRUB started up! It's nearly noon, and has not been heard since last night. So, the Avis Coat was loaded for you because, I suppose, God spoke to me through a grub.

That's the gist of that story. Whether rightly or wrongly, "Avezzano" was traced to the naming of "Bessin," the entity using bees, the symbol of Peverel-suspect Boys. And here in this update, a day after discovering the Shorts in the Peverel family, I find that William Peverel married Avice, the likely origin of the Avis surname. Therefore, he's suspect with marrying Avezzano liners, and they were apparently earls of Lancashire, which happens to use a red rose as symbol!!! That makes the Lancastrian rose suspect with Avezzano, unless Avezzano's picked up the red rose while passing through Lancashire. Avice's family were either inhabitants of, or rulers in, Poitiers, and so it's notable that the Hatfield cinquefoils are gold on black, almost the white-on-black Potter cinquefoils. The biggest thing I came away with in the grub sign was that Joseph Caiaphas was suspect from the Avezzano > Avison liners.

Why are Keiths traced to INSkeith?

The Shorts (Dorset, beside Mortons), I have just learned, use the blue wings exactly of Mortons, and Mortons were first found in the same place as English Marshalls. Mortons were looked up again just now to see if they use the Hat quarters exactly, but it turns out that they use them in colors reversed. They are half in the colors of the Say quarters probably due to the Moreton-Say (Shropshire) location of Says. Like Mortons, the Hats use two wings in Crest, adding to the possibility that Hats / Hatfields were Haddington liners (suspect with "Chatti"). And Hats were first found in Dorset! What we are finding here is that Peverel liners were in Haddington / Lothian along with Sitric's Seaton liners, and this is expected as per the Peverel terms on the Isle of Man.

Buckleys (beside Shropshire) share the bull head with Says, and Mortons use buckle's. That's insightful. The Heaters/HATers (Devon, same place as Hitler-suspect Stewarts) use bull heads too, and Heaters were part of the shorts Sign. They were black shorts, and Blacks (Pollock suspects) use the Glass stars while Adolf Hitler's father married a Glassl surname. But Hitler's mother, a Polzl surname, is possibly from Vespasia Polla. Hitlers are listed with Adel-like Hiedlers (Bauer stars?), but may even be Heater/Haiter liners. Adolf Hitler was the killer-rapist of Europe, a proper symbol of the coming anti-Christ.

Hatfields were first found in the same place as BEVERLys, and the two surnames not only share the black-on-white chevron, but Beverlys share bull heads with Heaters/Haters. Therefore, add Beverlys to the list of Peverel possibilities. Babers, sharing the Beverly/BAVERly chevron, were first found in same place as Capone's. Beibers (same place as Munich, where Hitlers were first found), look like they may be using the Hiedler/Hitler Shield. Hmm, the family of Pepin of Landen was traced to queen Bebba. Beverlys look linkable to Buckleys, first found in the same place as Weavers/Wevers sharing gold garbs on a blue fesse with Vernons.

Hatfield Peverel is beside Boreham on a CHELMER river that named Chelmsford. The village sign of Boreham shows a large rose (no stem), suggesting the Boy-suspect Beyers (Gloucestershire and Bavaria) with a red rose on stem in Crest, and a "fortune" motto term. I had traced the Avezzano rose-on-stem to that of Scottish Chambre's (first found in Wales), the latter show CHALMERS/Chamer variations (note how "CAMERon" can apply to Chamers). While Borehams share the boar head with Burleys/Bourlys, Camerons, using the five bunched arrows of Bowers and Rothschilds, had become Chalmers (this is online to read), making Boreham suspect with Bowers and Bauers, the latter sharing blue wings, not only with Shorts, but with English Here's/Heyers, first found in the same place (Derbyshire) as Eyers/Heyers/Ayers using a version of the Hatfield Coat. That all works excellently to reveal Bauer liners in the Peverel family, and traces Rothschilds to Avezzano liners. German Here's/Herrs not only use more blue wings, but more scythes. Some years ago, the Bauer wings were identical in design to the Here/Herr wings.

Boyers/Bowyers are in Quint colors and share the blue Quint fur. The Weaver fesse and fesslets are in the colors of the bend and bendlets of these Boyers, a good reason to identify the Boyers with "Peverel." That well explains the Peverel boy symbol. One can view proto-Peverels starting off as Boii liners, then moving toward a version that, to Latins, meant "boy." Bauers were first found in Bavaria, and Beyers are Bavarians. Some historians say that the Baii founders of Bavaria were Boii. It looks like it here. Peverels are decidedly discovered as Boii liners. If Piperels were purely Peverels, then I would not identify them as Pepins. But as I trace Pepins to Veneti, a Boii merger with Veneti seems a natural thing. The Weaver motto ("Esto fidelis") honors both Este's (from the Veneti) and Welfs, and, to boot, the Webers are sharing the Pepin bend with fleur-de-lys in colors reversed. That explains it, especially as Pepins use an "est" motto term. The wavy bars are probably for Ida of Metz, wife of Pepin of Landen, for Metz is in the Moselle land of Bar-le-Duc while Bars of that place use the Este eagle. As Webers use a blue roundel in Crest, the Weber fesse bars must be of the Hurts, and yet the Hurt fesse is in the colors of the Bundy fesse, and also of the Herl fesse which relates to Weaver liners.

Boyers use a "passe richesse" motto phrase, believe it or not. It from Richeza of Lorraine, same area as Metz and Bar-le-Duc. That traces Boyers to Boii of Bologna along with verifying that Passe's/Pascals are a branch of Pasi's/Pascels (Peverel / Boy colors). The Pasleys are using roses in Peverel / Boy / Pasi colors.

French Boyers (Boy colors) were first found in the same place (Lancaster-like Languedoc) as Falcon-related Conte's (Herl liners), and the English Boyers, with a "falcon rising" in Crest, use "CONTentment" in their motto. That's the Conteville line that I traced to Piscinas of southern Sardinia before knowing that Avis' can trace there as per the Cassel / Kennedy motto, "Avise la fin," part-code for Lafins/La Fonts (Italian Conte lion), kin of Font de Ville's, first found in the same place as Conte's and suspect with them in "Conteville." "Piscinas" is the Italian term for Font(ain). Conteville's were in the mother of Ranulph le Meschin, and therefore expected in Peverel liners. French Boyers are using the upright bull of Bosens, and the latter's bull waves a banner. The Font de Ville's: "...lion with a gold collar and chain, and waving a purple flag." "Wavy" will be seen a ways below. It was an heraldic term that I had much trouble with in deciphering, until realizing that it's code for Weaver-suspect Webers using wavy fesse bars.

As Fields share white garbs with Peverels, it seems that HatFIELD was either a Field liner, or created the Fields. The Derbys share garbs and chevron are colors reversed from the same of Fields. If you recall, the grub was sounding off while I was on the Derby-related Chimneys.

Hatfield Peverel (granted by the Conqueror to William Peverel along with about 100 other manors) is in Essex, and Quints were first found in both Dorset and Essex. Why did the Conqueror lavish so much on this one man, father of Baldwin Redvers, a pirate? It just so happens that Baldwins (pirate saltire and green wyvern dragon traceable to Peverel-related Vernons) were first found in Shropshire. Like the Rollo "passe," Baldwins use "pas." Hatfields/Hadfields look like they use a cinquefoil version of the Ayer / Eyer quatrefoils, and while the latter's are suspect with Quadratus, cinquefoils are suspect with the Quintus > Quince bloodline. The mascles of Quince's are of the Masculine variation of Meschins (or Muscel variation of Mussels), likely in clever response to their boy theme. Pasi's were from Bologna, home of the Boii. The Quince mascles are in use by Winchesters along with a blue lion, and the gold fitchee of Quints behind the blue lion. I didn't know this when the reader passed her Cappeo-lion dream to us. I still had not known the Caepio family.

I can't find the Arms of Chelmsford to see whether it shows signs of Quints. Essex includes Colchester, and the Arms of Colchester use nails. After washing the shorts, I hung them to dry on a nail in a post (house still under construction), and Nails/Neils/Nagle's happen to use the same saltire as Pipers and Marshalls. Logens use the nail PIERCING a heart, and Walsh's use: a pierced swan; a motto term honoring the Short-related Mortons; the Morton colors and format; and a "transfixus" motto term that can be of the "transfixed with a Nail palewise" phrase used to describe the Arms of Colchester.

It may be a stretch to add that the laundry machine was a newly purchased KENmore, while MORton-beloved Walsh's were of KilKENNY. Still, Kennys share the Keith motto, and Kens, with a chevron in colors reversed from the Quint chevron, were first found in Kenn...of Devon, land of the Peverels. Kensingtons of London ( are coming to mind, who share the Capes scallops, and then Essex is at the north-east stretch of London suburbs. But note that the Kensington scallops are in both colors (and format) of the Peverel garbs. Capes' were first found in London, beside the Capone's of Cambridge (beside Essex), Caepio liners, right? The Chamberlains, suspect with Chambre's/Chalmers' suspect at Essex's Chelmer river, use scallops in the same format, and were first found in Dorset! Zikers, were are finding that Caiaphas' bloodline should trace to Chelmsford, and/or its namers, and/or the Chelmer river, from the Chambre location on the Arc river, location of Modane, traceable to Modens, first found in the same place (Berkshire) as Kensingtons. French Chamberlains trace hard to the Chad escutcheon because Dunchads (Duncans) trace definitely to Chads while Chamberlains (donkey in Crest) are using a version of the Duncan / Donkey Coats. Chads and Chadwicks originate in Lancashire, where the Avezzano > Avis line has traced, but before writing the last sentence, I was thinking to look up the Wash surname, as per my washing of the shorts, at which time Washingtons came to mind, first found in Lancashire!!! In fact, the Wash surname (Cornwall, beside Devon) was loading while writing that sentence, and there you have it: listed with Wassa's.

Queen Victoria was born in Kensington.

Plus, the blue Piper saltire can be in use by Malcolms, part of the Duncan line. This recalls that "ProDESSE" motto term of Chamberlains, which I figure is part of the "disc" motto term of Duncans. The point here is that the squirrel in the car had gotten under the DASH, and there is a Dash surname, first found in London!!! Amazing, for the Dash's are the ones that came up as "Dess" when I originally tried to decipher the Chamberlain motto term. I didn't make all these things up. Asche whether God has a sense of humor, or whether he wants to expose the Peverel bloodline for an end-time reason. Dash's are said to be from "D'Assche," but compare that term to variations of the Essex surname using Peverel colors and format.

Reminder: Shortens are also Shotters/Shottals while Shute's are also "Shot," and there is a sling shot in the Arms of Dachau. Swords use their swords "erect," a term suspect with "Richeza" of Lorraine, where Bars of Bar-le-Duc lived that should be in the "swords bar ways" code of Shute's. It can appear that Bar-le-DUC was a Dachau liner. There is a Ways/Weigh surname (Devon), perhaps a branch of Wace's. Recks/RICHESS' (bottony crosses linkable to Buttons of Hampshire), with a chevron in colors reversed from the Arms-of-Newport chevron, were first found in Hampshire, location of Newport of Wight. It was the Boyers using a "passe richesse" motto phrase. Recks share the white wyvern with Warrens.

Here's the Ways description: "lucies [fish] haurient...two silver wavy BARS, each charged with three red wavy palets." WAVEs seems to be an emphasis for this WAYS surname. The Arms of Bar-le-Duc happen to use fish, and the Ways'/Weigh's even uses double fesse bars, the Wassa/Wace symbol too. English Mochs/MOUCHets likewise use the erect sword (their only Coat symbol), but, lo and behold, Scottish Mochs use a version of the Washington Coat! Repeat: "German Mauch's are using the Zionist Wassa star." Why are Mochs and Mauch's tracing to Washingtons?

The Moch entity can be found in the DunBAR write-up, and as Dunbars are said to be from "summit," it can be gleaned as mere code for Summits (neck LACE, can link to Lucys and Luciano's, owners of fish), first found in Lorraine.

Washingtons were traced with "Ness/NEST" to Wassukanni, the ancient Mitanni capital, and the Mitanni were traced to Methoni, beside Pylos ruled by mythical NESTor. Mitanni liners thus became suspect with Mauds (Moch lion?) because they share the double-bars gemel with Wassa's. The Mitanni line claimed by Nicholas de Vere (for his family) was traced (by me) to the Yuya / Tiye Mitanni, of Egypt, the family that produced king Tut, whose line became suspect at lake Tatta (Lycaonia), smack beside Mocissus, where I trace Mochs! The red Maud / Moch lion is now suspect with Coly's, whom were looked up for two reasons: the Colyton area (Devon) of a Shute location, and the potential of Colys to be Holly liners from the Oglio river with a mouth near Mitanni-suspect Modena.

One Holly surname (Melusine) is listed with Colins/Cullens, and use a chevron linkable to the Sere's / Sears of the Serio river i.e. not far from the Oglio. The other Hollys' are using the same bend as Plunketts, and Plancia Magna's family in Pamphylia was near lake Tatta. Pamphylia, according to Wikipedia, was a settlement of mythical Mopsus, also called MUKSUS, which is why I trace him to Mocissus. But as Mocissus is beyond Tatta from Pamphylia, his elements must have crossed by Tatta. There is a Mopps surname (listed with MODburleys) that happens to use another version of the Washington / Moch / Ness bars, used also by Oglio-suspect Ullmans.

Victoria's Foot in Cheshire

Tattons have familiar crescents now tracing to the Oglio, and are said to have married WITHENshaws of an untold Massy connection. There is a Withen/Witten surname, but Wettins may also apply because I read that they were at a root of Windsors, the ancestry of queen Victoria, a gal from Wight. Withens share three besants on black in Chief with the Chief of Treebys (Devon), and in their Coats, the two surnames use giant white items. Both Crests use a white item. Neither Chief has a border. It looks like a match that can trace Wight elements to the Trebbia river. Devon and Wight were together important bases for the Revere's (I'll get into that below). As I link Treebys to Stubbings and Stubbs (Staffordshire) and they in-turn to buckle-using Stirlings/Sturlings, the buckles of Wettins are looking relevant. It just so happens that Stubb-suspect Staffs use a chevron in both colors of the same in the Arms of Newport. Stubbs are in Dives/Dien colors for the reason of their write-up (traces to the Dives river).

The Bloxwich entity in the Stubb write-up may be of the Blox's/Blocks, first found in Wiltshire, not far from the Stur river where Stirlings/Sturlings may trace. Suspect with Paisleys, Blox's/Blocks were traced tentatively with Pollocks to Vespasian's family.

Vernons were first found in Cheshire, and said to be empowered by Hugh Lupus, a HERLuin-de-Conteville on his mother's side, and supporter also of Masseys. The Conteville's are in the "commit" motto term of Sinclairs, from Clarus in Caria, where Mopsus had his mainline divination cult. Melusine, and the founding of the Irish-Scots as a whole (see Irish-roots legend), is suspect from nearby Miletus, perhaps the reason for MILO de Vere, Melusine's quasi-mythical son. The Cheshire location of Guerin-suspect Vernons makes them suspect with the line of Maccus and or his father, Harald, and so note that Haralds/Herods list "Hurl," and share a gold fesse with Herls/Hurls (looks Meschin-ish), the latter's fesse in both colors of the Shade/Schade / Mullin fesse. The bars of Sitric-suspect Sitters are gold and green, Morgan colors, and we saw an early earl Morggan married to Vernon-like Varenne's. This gets us right back to Ada of Varenne, now known to be a line to Ade's that share leopard faces with Irish Kerns, making "Kern/Gern" suspect with "Varenne / Warren." I don't recall considering that "Vere" can be a version of "Caria," but there's the possibility.

Victoria's family was slated to marry the Tecks. One problem (or is it a key?) with tracing Tacks to Tecks/Tess' (Switzerland, same as the Ticino canton) is that they are said to be a line of Tancreds / Tankerville's, the founder of Guiscards. But let's not neglect the Guiscard trace to VISconti, of Milan, in downtown Insubria. This is another reason for linking the Tack cherub closely to the same in the Arms of Newport. Tancreds are said to be from The "Good MARQis," like the "Marique" motto term in the Arms of Newport, and Tancreds even share a red chevron with those Arms. The OLIVE tree in the Tancred Crest is suspect with Laevi liners of the Leaf/Leve kind (another dove), and Olivers use two chevrons in the colors of the Tancred chevron, making Tancreds suspect with Garb-suspect Garveys.

One of the first Revere liners was William de Vernon, husband of Lucy de Tancarville. That's one way to link Newport of Wales to Newport of Wight.

Tancreds share red scallops with Guiscard-suspect Pulleys/Pullens. The Jew/Chew/Chue surname, beside Cowes of Wight (and Poole) should trace to the Cowes/Ku surname that itself shares roughly the Guiscard and Polworth Coat. Just like that, you have reason to trace the Arms of Newport to Tancreds, and Tancreds to Wight. Polsworths were first found in Berwickshire, same as Ade's and Artems/Aitons, the latter suspect with Datons of Autun, where Tiye / Yuya liners trace. To be more convincing, AUTUN is beside NEVERS while Tiye was the mother, if I recall correctly, of pharaoh AkhenATEN, lord of ATUN, and husband of NEFERtiti.

Polesworth is where Sitric Caech married (see last update for that). The Polworth / Guiscard symbol is called "piles," traceable to Pylos, the Nestor line of Mitanni. Or, you can trace them to pile-using Pile's of Pyle, sharing a red canton with Wassa's, and, besides, Cantons use the Washington Coat in colors reversed. In this picture, the Sitter lion may be the French Pile/Pilat lion.

As the Tancred scallops trace with Pulleys/Pullens to the family of Vespasian, in Rieti, where Roets trace who are obviously in the Cowes-suspect Jew/Chew/Chue surname, see here a new thing I learned moments after writing the above: "Caesar reported that the Belgae took the Isle of Wight about 85 BC and named it Ictus (or Vectis). The Roman historian Suetonius mentions that the entire island was captured by the commander Vespasian, who later became emperor." How about that. It seems certain now that Poole was named after his mother, Mrs. Polla! Why doesn't the article mention this obvious-to-be-mentioned thing?

Can Tacks, shown properly as Thackerys, really trace to the Ticino's namers? The Tack arrow can be the Adam/Caw arrow, while other Adam/Caw Coats links squarely to the Annandale's suspect with Annas', the latter in the Tease/Tigh Coat. The latter's stars may even be a white version of the gold-on-red Adam/Caw stars, the latter's highly suspect with the SUTHERland stars from Mackay elements. Sutherlands can be suspect more with Sitric / escutcheon liners than the common assumption that it was named after "south." The Tease/Teck/Tess Coat is even using the Annandale saltire -- with LEAVES even -- in colors reversed, a great reason to trace Tease's to Ticino's Laevi. There is even a question on whether the Tyes variation of Tease's is for queen Tiye.

If I recall correctly, she was the daughter of YUya, and he becomes suspect in the YEW tree of Kensingtons because Vere's are traced to Kensington in London, where the Capes' were first found that share the white Kensington scallops. As Guerin of Provence was traced to Kanza, while Guerins are suspect in Varenne's, rulers in Surrey, it's very notable that Kanza-like Kensingtons were first found partially in Surrey. "Yuya" had become suspect in quasi-mythical Gugu/Gyges (ancient king of Lydia), from the line of the Biblical king Og, a term like the Oglio river. Keturah is always to be linked squarely with Og liners, and her lines have already become suspect in the Adda / Oglio / Serio theater.

The Tease's'/Tighs can be a branch of Teague's/Teegers (Julian cross) that have traced very well to Opgalli and Tigranes, but also highly suspect from Julius Caesar and Servilia Caepionis in birthing at least one of the Junia Caepionis'. Junia's trace with Juno to the Una river, beside the Kupa that traces to Cuppae, city of doves, and it just so happens that, while I'm reading online that a Mr. Wakeman took on the Arms of Newport, WAKEmans use doves. It makes "WAKE" suspect as a branch of Pagan-related and dove-using PAGE's, from the Pek river, beside Cuppae. Alternatively, Wakemans may be Wace's/Wassa's.

The white Tack estoile, especially as Tacks trace well to Milan and Placentia, can be the white Mott/Mottin estoile. The Mott crescent is highly suspect with the same of Alexanders (Scott kin) using "terras" (suspect with KinTYRE) in their motto, virtually the "Terra" motto term in the Arms of Newport. We already saw that the other motto term in the same Arms looked traceable to the Marici allies of the Laevi. As the Tack garbs are officially called, "wheat sheaves," and because the Tack garbs are in the colors of the Wheat garbs, Tacks are suspect with Weights/Wate's (Newport kin, right?) because Wheats are also "Whate/Wete." It's a smaller world when so many surnames are reduced to their common stock. Of course, the Wheat write-up traces the surname to an off-the-wall term. Rarely do heraldic write-ups get it right, and often deliberately so. So why do some continue to respect derivations in heraldic write-ups? Treat lightly.

It looks like Wheats are Quade's/Wade's, definitely. The Wheat Crest: a stag with "three ears of wheat in its mouth." Why ears? The Ayer-related Eyers (Derbyshire) have QUATrefoils; an Insubres-suspect SPUR; an "IN" term buried in the motto; and a "Virtus sola" motto phrase like the "sol virtus" of Tacks. (The Ayer boot / leg with spur may be in use with Cheile's/Cheele's found in the Cameron motto.)

As Wheats are now tracing well to Weights and Quade's, while queen Victoria lived in East Cowes (on Wight), the Coffers need to be mentioned. One Coffer/Coffee Coat, in Wheat colors, uses a "victoria" motto term, while Coffers/Coffare's, first found in the same place as Jews/Chews and Savone's/Saffins (from the Safini of mount Sabine), are especially in Wheat colors. The "proviDENTia" motto term of the former Coffers suggests that these are Cuff / Hoff liners, sharing the bend of Sale's from the Salto river through Rieti. We are still on the Tancred > Guiscard line if VESpasian liners named Guiscards/Wisharts. English Cuffs were first found in the same place (Norfolk) as Sabine's/Savona's sharing the red-on-white Tancred scallop. You can use a lot of this to verify a multitude of traces. Guiscards, first found in the same place (Stur-suspect Stirlingshire) as Vespasian- and Visconti-suspect Chappes'/Chaips, herein look undeniably like Vespasian liners.

Chappes' are suspect with Vespasians as per the merger of Josephus with Vespasian's family. Josephus is suspect in being received by Titus because he's suspect from the family of Joseph Caiaphas, the family stacked with Caepio gold. Money talks. As Visconti titles went to Sforza's, let's repeat: "The Fortibus lion, I am guessing, is the Sforza lion [in colors reversed]." Isabella de Fortibus was the last Redver on Wight. In her article, her husband's Arms are shown, that being a flory cross (called, patonce) decorated in vair fur. That husband was William de Forz. I now know that Newport in Wales was related to Newport on Wight, thanks to the Revere code in the Arms of Newport, Wales. Historians can't be so dumb not to see that, but even heraldic writers are very stingy in revealing such codework. The keepers of the secrets don't want people looking into heraldic codes because they are EVERYWHERE in heraldry. But what are they afraid of? Letting the people know details on true history? Is that scary?

The only Fort surname, of the four showing, having signs of symbolism used by William de Forz, are the German Forts with the same lion as Sforza's. That is scary, isn't it? Normans constantly merging with Italians, something to keep under the cover with the rest of the dragons. While the Sforza lion holds a quince (five-petal flower, I assume) suspect with vair-using Quints, the Fort lion holds a club, and Clubs were first found in the same place (Cambridgeshire) as Capone's, a good reason to trace Redvers and Forz's to Quintus Caepio (whose surname became Capone-like Caepionis). The Ways'/Weighs are said to have been in Cambridgeshire after first being found in Devon.

So, it looks like queen Victoria was named after the ancient "Vectis." German Fechts were first found in Switzerland (same as Tecks/Tess'), and share downward-pointed swords in saltire with Swiss Fechts, but the latter throw in blue vair fur, important because two White surnames use it! That was a surprising find. I learned recently that the swords in the Swiss Fecht Coat are called, by another entity, Roman swords. It's that scary thing again, over and over, until one starts to view Normans, not as English, but Roman. The Pasi's, suspect with "VesPASIa," use spears in saltire POINTED DOWN, a very good and additional reason to link Fechts of Vectis = Wight. The Bouillons are from Bologna, where Pasi's were first found, and Bouillons use a flory cross in colors reversed from the cross of William de Forz. Am I the first person ever to make this flory-cross connections to the Bouillons? As William was a ruler of ALBemarl, was he an Albert of Bologna? It's simply too scary to even ask.

With queen Victoria being in East Cowes, she becomes suspect with a Quadratilla-Laevillus line, but mainly because "victoria" is a motto term of Caiaphas-suspect Coffers. Victoria's/Fichters/Vechters are using the same stars as Shute-like Sutherlands, Maccus / Wheat liners, right? There was another queen Victoria, Mary of Teck. I don't know whether her Teck family (of Germany) was of the Teck/Tess surname, but if it was, then it's a Laevi-line suspect to Laevillus. The Tecks/Tess' use the same white-on-red saltire that, upon the British flag, is called, George, the name also of Mary's husband (George V). There is Hesse-Cassel in Mary's grandmother, and she was in turn married to Cambridge, a line of George III, grandfather of queen Victoria. Mary's mother's side was Mary ADELaide of Cambridge, and then the blue lion of Adels can trace to Capone's, first found in Cambridge. The blue lion is used also by Saids/Saddle's suspect in the "sed victoria" motto phrase of Coffers. I'm convinced that this royal family was a Maccus / Quade line merged with Tecks.

Godfrey de Bouillon was brother to king Baldwin while Isabella of Redvers (wife of William de Forz) was a daughter of Baldwin, count of Devon. The first earl of Redvers was a Baldwin too, and a pirate according to Wikipedia. He held sway by royal right at Carisbrooke at Newport of Wight. He may even trace to the Maccus pirate, right? Bald liners are from the Baldea/Bautica river passing near Chivasso, where Chives' (Devon) should trace. The Courtenays took control of the Plympton entity belonging to these Baldwin of Devon, and Courtenays look like they may be using a RED version of the English Pace Coat, important because Isle-of-Wight liners are tracing to Pasi's with a Pace variation. The Coeurs/COURTS share besants with Pace's, and were first found in Brittany, where Alans lived whom may have provided the first wife of William de Forz. There was very-likely a relationship between ancient Alans of Caucasia and the Court-like Kurds, but that's another story.

It was surprising to find what looked like a Vectis trace to the down-pointed Pasi spears. The Spears of Rainier-suspect Renfrew can trace with the Spree's to the Guido Coat. It's Guido Guerra again, and it's almost halloween. The Gobelins should apply here, and, shudder, they are not Italian, but Poles. How can Normans, Italians and Pole's get together without creating schizophrenia? No wonder the world's a mess. Want to see pheon arrow heads pointed down? The Cords/Courts. Want to see more down-pointed pheons? The Stubbs and the Skipsea's. "In 1241, on the death of his father, [William de Forz] inherited his lands, including honors associated with Cockermouth Castle in Cumberland, and Skipton Castle in Craven, Skipsea Castle in Holderness, both in Yorkshire. He joined Henry III in campaigns in Poitou and Wales in 1242 and 1245..." That's how Revere liners may have gotten to Newport of Wales. Skippers use more besants.

I always trace Skiptons to Skiptons (Oxfordshire, home of elite Vere's), and here one can add that Vernons, found in the write-up of RedVERS/Revere's, are said to be from William de Vernon of SHIPbrooke. This all reminds me of William V MontFERRAT, whose daughter married the Bologna elements (may have been Albert elements too) of Guido Guerra III, for Fers/Ferrats are an obvious branch of VAIRs. I'm suggesting that the vair of William de Forz was in honor of a Vair/Vere line to William V of Montferrat.

Back to the "Terra" motto term of the Newport Arms. The Terras bloodline is suspect with "scimiTAR" because Schims are listed with Chanut-like Shands. It's the Chanuts/Shaynu's that share an upside-down chevron (called "chevron inverted") with the Newport Arms, making Chanuts somewhat suspect with Revere's. The Arms of Essex use scimitars that may be deemed upside-down. Plus, a new revelation, the Essex scimitars are in the colors of the three SKIN swords, revealing that Schims are Skins/Skeene's (Aberdeenshire), not necessarily meaning that Shands are Skin liners (a merger of the two is possible). However, the Skeyne variation of Skins is much like "Shaynu." It's tracing Cheney liners to the Arms of Essex.

The Skins can link easily to the sword-using Bundys suspect at Innerbundy of Aberdeenshire, and yet these Bundys are the ones from Sardinia. This merits repeating that "Avezzano" is like "Chivasso," for Chives' are said to have had a branch in Aberdeenshire. The Marsi were at the sources of the Salto, and Skins use a "merces" motto term that can be for Marsi liners. In fact, looking up the Mercy/Maisy surname, it was found to be first found in the same place (Gloucestershire) as Beyers with the red rose on stem of Avezzano's! As Marsi had a snake goddess, the Mercy dragon can apply. But I traced Marsi to Marseilles before tracing Marshalls there, and Marshalls share the cross of Malcolms that list Chelm-like Calms, important not just because Chelmer-river liners (Essex) are being investigated for Salto-river roots, but because Chalmers' are listed with rose-on-stem Chambre's. It looks like we have a hardening trace of Caiaphas suspect smack to where lines from Quintus Caepio lived. Mercys even use CINQUEfoils, sharing five petals with roses (the rose may or may not have been chosen to depict Quint liners).

The question now is: how are Essex-scimitar liners related to Tarr liners? The TURano river flows alongside the Salto. That could work, and Chivasso as at Turano-like Turin. Plus, the Cavetts share bars (nine) with Tarrs (ten), and trace to a Cevetta river at Chives-like Ceva. Cavetts show variations like those of Chives' and Sheaves/Chiava's, the latter first found in the same place (Abruzzo) as the Marsi. The Sheaves are listed with Shaws too, who list a Shay variation possibly related to Shaynu's / Skins. Long before (years) the grub alerted me to the Caiaphas line at Avezzano, the Chiapponi variation of Sheaves/Chiava's (FIVE keys) was being proclaimed as a Caiaphas line. That was even before knowing of Quintus Caepio so that the five keys didn't yet add weight to the trace. You have the choice of taking me for crazy. Tarrs use five red and five gold bars.

With Avezzano > Avis liners tracing with little doubt now to Poitvins of Lancashire, it means an incredible lot that Caveys/Caves' (Caen fretty, Cavett colors) were first found in Lancashire. Online quote: "The coat of arms of Chelmsford features 4 white wavy lines interspliced with 3 similar blue lines, very different to that portrayed on the building, so I am unsure exactly what it represents." It sounds like a fretty design in the colors of the Cavett bars and Cavey fretty. In any case, there we see the Weaver-suspect wavy feature again.

Compare the Essex-surname variations to the Sach list, noting the roses that can trace to Avezzano's, and the BRESlau location that can be of "ABRUZZo." Sachs can be suspect with "Saxe," of the British royals, in Coffer colors. As the Essex surname became suspect with the D'Assche's, what about the Ashs'/Aschs of Devon's Esse Court, using multiple chevrons in the colors of the multiple Levi chevrons? The Peverel link between Devon and Essex was suspect, in the first place, due to Quint linkage to Peverels. There is even said to be an Ash location in Derbyshire, Surrey and Hampshire.

The Terras surname is using a version of the Scott Coat and Scott motto, for a potential / expected Terras trace to lake Scodra, the Cavii theater. The "Amore" motto of Terras' must be for the Amore's using almost the Leavell Coat, nebuly feature included. Terras' can become suspect with "Thrace," location of a Skudra area, and therefore with Drake's. Recalling that the two Hun surnames had not only traced to the Clausula river with Klassens, but had linked to the Schutz greyhound, let's also mention that German Terras' share "chess rooks" with English Hunds/Hundacre's/Houndakers, first found in Derbyshire, as with Chanut-suspect Cnuts. It begs the question on whether Cnuts were Shaynu = Skin liners, and, yes, that works because Cnut was the son of Siward-related Swietoslawa, while Siward is in the Sword Coat showing the three Skin swords (same colors).

As Ashs/Aschs use the Drake wyvern, not only can the Essex-Crest griffin head trace to Dobrawa and/or Oda of Haldensleben, and not only to Dober of the Cavii theater, but to the Axe river (Somerset), where the Drake axes should trace with Were's, the latter using the motto of Abruzzo- / Breslau-suspect Bruce's. The "sed" motto term of Ash's/Aschs is suspect with Saids/Saddle's sharing the Revere / Caepio-line lion, it being used on white by Bruce's. German Bres/Breslers may be using the Lacy pellets because Lacys were first found in the same place as Bruce's. The Lacys that use the pellets also use a "fret-KNOT" as likely code for Cnut liners. Bres'/Breslers were first found in Silesia, and, if correct to trace that place to Sulcis of Sardinia, that's where I expect Avezzano's. If the Arms of Wight is using a sideways lozenge, it's white, the color of the Bres/Brix lozenges.

Silesia was home to Sitlers suspect with the trefoil of Pike's, first found in Devon. The Pike's/Pickens can be from the Pictones, known to have lived in Poitiers. Want to see more red roses? The Jays, featuring a blue griffin in Crest to match the blue jay in the Poitvin Crest. Jays were first found in Herefordshire, where the "pennants" of Cowes' trace because Pennants share the Coat of Trevors, first found in Herefordshire. The Trevor / Pennant lion on an ermined Shield is similar to the same of Pictons, first found in the same place (Flintshire) as Pennants. It looks like Pictones named the Poitvins, and then got to the Pike's too, making them all suspect from the Pek river and Cuppae.

See also the ermined Shield of Pickets/Pigotts (partly in Cambridgeshire), said to be from Saye (Normandy), that being in the Orne area that, as a surname, is listed with Horns. As the Santones lived beside the Pictones, the Shands/Schims / Skins might apply. Santones named Sainte while one Saint surname shares cherubs with the Arms of Newport, Wales. As Cowes is on Wight with Newport, Newport of Wales is expected to be related to the Trevor line of Tudors. Tudors use helmets, but also the Traby ostrich feathers (not showing), and then Pickets/Pigotts share the white wolf head of Scarfs suspect with the scarf of Trabys/Sadowski's. "Traby" (said to mean "horn" but that's not the original derivation) was suspect with "Trevor." Treebys (Devon) may therefore be using a white version of the Picton lion.

"The settlement of 'Newport' [Wales] is first mentioned as novo burgus established by Robert, Earl of Gloucester in 1126." Robert's mother is said to have been Mrs. Gay(t) (Oxford family), and then Jays are found in the Poitvin Crest. It's notable here that the PORTcullis GATE (i.e. like "Gayt") is used by Poitier-suspect Porters, making Porters (Potter colors, same place as Potters) look like Poitier liners but named also after Newport. As Yate's use the portcullis, they may be Gayt liners. Pickets/Pigotts were first found partly in Cheshire, where Ranulph de Gernon ruled who married a Robert's daughter (Matilda). Ranulph was part of the Peverel family circle. As Robert married Mabel, daughter of "Robert Fitzhamon, Lord of Gloucester and GlaMORGAN," I would peg the green-and-gold lion in the Arms of Newport city council as the Morgan lion (same colors as the SHERIDAN lion). As Morgans are now known to be of Morggan of Mar, the two Gernon lions in pale can be suspect with the same of Mars. Marsi liners?

Beber- / Beiber-suspect Babels/Babwells (share blue with Gays) use a gate that looks like a PICKET-fence gate.

As Hamons use a motto tracing to Maschi's of Rimini, I can conclude here that Gernon above, son of Le Meschin, married a Maschi line when marrying the fitzHamons. That argues against a "Meschin" trace to "the younger," and for a trace to Masci liners, of Hamon de Masci.

The "chevron peen" of Hamonds is code for Peens/Payens/Pagans while the Picket/Pigott arrow heads are suspect as Payen-suspect pheons, and then, while Payen/Pagan liners are suspect from Picenum, it tends to trace Picenum to Pictones. This is a good theory because Rimini is at the northern reach of Picenum, while Justine of Picenum was wife to emperor Valentinian I, suspect in the Valentin Coat sharing a white-on-red bend with Poitvin-beloved Jays. Jeffersons were traced to elements from Fano, between Rimini and Picenum, and Jeffersons were first found in Herefordshire (Picton kin there) while Masci-related Fane's ("fano" motto term) were first found in Monmouth, same as Newport. Moreover, Jays share a seated griffin with one Jefferson Crest, and a blue griffin with another Jefferson Crest, while Jeffersons, being a branch of Jeffreys / Geoffreys, can link to Arthurian cultist, Geoffrey of Monmouth. Moreover, the white Jefferson-Crest griffin is in the Crest of Argylls, first found in the same place as Ade's that share the Valentin bend, and Ade's are now known to/from Ada of Warenne, the family that married Morggan of Mar.

The pot hangers of Danish Cnuts trace to Hangars of Hampshire, where Drake's were first found, and where the Redvers of Wight lived. The Poitiers may have been of the Hampshire Potters, suspect with the pot hangers on the one hand, and with the Poitou/Poitiers invasion that William de Forz participated in. I suppose that the pot hangers would at least touch upon the family of Avice de Poitvin. Reminder: Chanuts share an inverted / REVERsed chevron with the Arms of Newport, Wales.

I'm noting that the Uniacke variation of Gards (wolf) was concluded as a Yonge line to the Juno cult on the Una, where "Hun" may have developed. The other Gards were concluded as using a version of the Pullen martlets, themselves in colors reversed from the Cheney martlets. In this way, Uniacke's can be a possible variation of Hundacre's. As the Huns proper are being entertained from a line of the Quadratus-Maccabee rulers of Armenia, a trace of Huns to "Junia" Caepionis is permissible. I'm just following heraldic leads, which often prove what is impossible to historians.

I recall reading from a Kyle-Society webpage that the family used the scimitar, but knowing now, finally, what it stands for, and that's its the Arms of Essex, I can add that Kyle's (same place as Scottish Pike's/Pickens) trace themselves to mythical king Cole, namer of Essex's Colchester. But Cole's and Coles' have traced to the COLAPis river, smack beside the Una. The Pullens above happen to have a "CULPA" buried in their motto. Caepio traced to the Colapis as the Kupa river, and this traced to Colps/Cope's using more red roses, making them highly connectable to the Avezzano rose. The Kyle snake thus becomes suspect with Angitia, and the anchor that the Kyle snake coils around can be the Avis-Crest anchor, and to this one can add that Cale's, first found in the same place (Tipperary) as Sardina-suspect Lafins, share an anchor in Crest with Kyle's. Moreover, Kyle's named Kyle of Ayrshire, where Sheaves liners trace out of Abruzzo, and to which the Essex Hatfields should trace.

Tarrs/Terre's use ten bars in pale in the colors of the nine bars in pale of Italian Caris', looked up as per "Carisbrooke" of the Wight-branch Redvers. This can link Newport of Wales to Newport of Wight, but it looks like a long shot for a Caris link to Carisbrooke apart from better evidence. The PALM tree in the Caris Coat may be linkable to the namers of PLYMpton. The Caretti variation of Caris' should link to English Carts (Wiltshire), not just because they share the palm tree, but because Cards/Certs share a blue lion with Redvers! There's the long-shot made much shorter, almost a bull's eye. It looks like we're tracing north-Africans to Wiltshire, where Mauritanian suspect Mortons were first found.

Carts/Certs share the stag with MacCARTHys, from Muskerry, suspect with Massa-Carrara. The Muskerry Desmonds must be using the Card/Cert saltire, and the "crom" motto term of Desmonds traces to Cremona, at the Oglio-river theater. The Desmonds are using the Annandale / Windsor saltire too, and Windsors are from elements in Insubria, on the west of the Oglio. Are we making sense? The snake in the mouth of the Card/Cert stag may be the Visconti snake, in this picture, speaking of a Visconti merger with Carthaginians / Numidians, as per the Visconti snake originally using a Moor infant in its mouth.

The Oaklys, whom have traced suddenly but convincingly to "Oglio," are the ones with a "caveo" motto term, suggesting Cavii liners at that river. We even find a scimitar in the Oakly Crest that can trace the matter to Avezzano, now suspect with Bassania in the Cavii theater. Then trace to THURINgia, a Turano-river suspect, home of Bassania-like Basina, the first Frank queen, whose husband loved bees. Basina's descendants formed a strong relationship with elite Pepins, Peverel suspects.

Carots/Carews (Cairon in Calvados, location also of Caen, where Robert of Gloucester was from) use fretty in the Chief, and can thus be linkable to Caens, and the first Redver rulers were from Reviers in Caen. As the Caen fretty is also the Cavey/Caves fretty, while Redvers liners have already traced to Avezzano liners -- where Caveys have traced if Avezzano and Chivasso were branches -- it appears that Avezzano liners were at the Caen theater, but that trace is being made (before your eyes) apart from the similarity between "Avezzano" and "Bessin." Caen is in the Bessin. The trace of Caves' to Caens caused me, in the past, to identify "Calvados" with "Cavett" or something similar.

The Arms of Reviers has a red Chief with gold symbols, as with Carots/Carews. This fretty is suspect with the fretty of Cotts/Cottins/Cotta's, they in-turn suspect from the royal Cottians (kin of Julius Caesar's mother), and from the Riparia river. That's where Revere's should trace. The Viu tributary of the Riparia is suspect in the Chives motto. The mouth of the Riparia is at Turin, suspect with Tuareg Moors, and very near Chivasso. As was said, Tuaregs are now suspect at Mosterton, the Dorset location of Richard de Redvers, but if correct to trace Tuaregs to Turin, they should also trace to the Turano. Are Tuaregs (white Moors) behind the scimitar? Note how an s-version of "Tuareg" can become "Siward," for Swords, using what can be construed as a white-skinned Moor head, now tracing to the Essex scimitars, are said (between the lines) to be from Siward.

While Boofima was transported to Europe from Africa, and while I suspected the fitchee cross as the human-sacrifice tool (an elaborate knife, really), note that while Boofima priests wore leopard-paw gloves during sacrifices, Sewers use the Quint / Winchester fitchee while Sewards use the leopard while Quints use a lion paw holding the Sewer fitchee while Caepio liners are now highly expected in Avezzano, off the Turano river, while Caiaphas has been independently suspect with ancestry in north Africa for some years. Gernons, suspect with the "guerre" motto term of Sewer-related Shute's, are now tracing to MORggan. The "CyFOETH" motto of Gernons was traced to Foots (Levi chevron?) and related Fothes'/Fittes' (cornuCOPIA), suspect with the leopard-using Fitch's. Gernon-like Guerin of Provence was traced to Numidians of Face/Fessy relations, and Fitch's use leopard FACEs. A picture develops here wherein the human-sacrifice cult of satan's best pawns had Jesus sacrificed on Passover, only to stab themselves very badly in the back. How bad? Ask Hell.

The Swords use a motto, "Paratus," like the "pratis" motto term in the Arms of Rieti, on the Turano river. Coincidence? On the map below, at the source area of the Hebros river, note Sword-like Serdica, and its Serdi peoples, near a Turres location, and beside Roet-like Rhodope, for Roets were traced to Boofima and to Rieti. Roets were traced to Boofima before i knew that their Moster/Master kin use a "tueri" motto term. It's a rare term, unlike a more-common "taur" term. The peoples are not Tauregs, but Tuaregs. That's what makes Masters, and Mosterton, suspect from Tuaregs. And Mosterton is in the area where Shorts were first found. Like the Mortons, Swords use wings in Crest. Should we view Shorts as Swords? Shorts (Morton wings in Crest) even share the gold-on-blue griffin with Masters/Mosters. Were the Shardana Sea Peoples from Serdica? If Avezzano traces to "Bessin," was that entity from the Bessi priests, smack beside the Serdi? Duncans had traced excellently to Mount Dunax at Rhodope. A host of Masonic / Rosicrucian elements traces to the Hebros, no surprise. The Bessi are said by others to have been priests of the Satyr-suspect Satrae, and Boofima was a goat cult, as you can see in the goat head of Baphomet.

Lissae, between the Serdi and the Bessi, traces excellently to Lissus at the mouth of the Mathis river, river of the Cavii, for there is a Bassania location (lower left on map below) right beside Lissus. That looks like "Avezzano." The Mathis is stamped on the map above, but the Cavii are stamped on the map below. The Mathis surname shares the black moline of the Chives', and the latter use the Mosca / Seward leopard design in Crest, the Boofima leopard symbol. I had been introduced to Tuaregs by the same person that gave us the Cappeo-lion clue. Note that Spanish Turres' use FIVE towers.

Potter-suspect Porters share bells with Exeters, and because Exeter is in Devon, Porters look like NewPORT liners, not butlers. Batons/Bastons were first found in Poitou, and they are suspect in the baton of wavy Ways/Weighs, first found in Devon, and suspect by their waves with Peverel-suspect Weavers / Webers. With Porters tracing in this way to Quade-related Newports, let's add that the Porter portcullis (gate) is suspect as code for Proculus, son of Quadratilla. And Quadratus' family, said to be rulers of Cetis in Cilicia, became suspect with Qewe/Kue in Cilicia, a term suspect in the variations of Cowes.' In other words, Quadratilla was traced to the environs of Newport (Wight) even before Porters became suspect with Newports (just now).

Heraldry has a "weaver's shuttle" that can apply to Weavers. Shuttle liners can be Shute/Shot liners, but also Shortens/Shotters/SHOTTALLs (wow). The weaver's shuttle is used by Shuttleworths/Shettleworths/Shottleworths (Lancashire), and they use a "UTILE" motto term, looking like code for the Tile's, the very line to which QuadraTILLA was traced (suggestively). And, wow some more, English Tile's/Tilleys (wyvern and axe, Drake suspects) were first found in the same place (Dorset) as Shorts!!! Shortens were first found in the same place (Northumberland) as Hebrons, and the "Keep" motto term of Hebrons gets the Keeps with weaver's shuttle! That explains why Hebrons and Shortens share the same colors and the same red lion. Recall that Shorts became suspect as a version of "Sword," for Siward was of Northumberland. It now looks like Shorts were Shuttle liners but with variations developed in a merger with Siward lines, though this is not a final assessment, for other explanations can be fathomed. I'm also ooking at Cort = Short.

The "BAR ways" code was that of Shute's sharing swords with Wight-suspect Fechts, and Shuttleworths are said to be from Bury while heraldic barry (bars) can be code for Bury liners (see Barrys / Berrys). Porters were first found in Berry (France). Burys were first found in Devon, where the Porter bells can trace, and where Newport liners do trace. In keeping with the trace of Avezzano to Lancashire (i.e. where Shuttleworths were first found)i, it's notable that Irish Burys (Borehams / Burleys?) are said to have arrived to Ireland with Prestons, the latter using two symbols of the Abruzzo/Abreu surname, as well as sharing the wyvern of Abruzzo-suspect Drake's. The gold boar in the Bury Crest can therefore be the Vere/Weir / Gere boar.

French Barrys/Barretts may or may not be bar-using Barry liners, but I'd like to give them a paragraph, as they look like Bauer / Peverel liners. Bauers had been suspect with bow-using Bogens (Bavaria), but English Bogans (beside Devon) are using the Tile/Tilley wyvern in colors reversed. However, it's called a cockaTRICE, part-code for the Triss'/Trysts (Beyer / Boreham rose) in the "Keep Tryst" motto of Hebrons (Beyer / Boreham rose?). The Hebrons happen to share a white horse and red roses with Jewish Rothchilds (no 's'), and the latter's upright horse is in the design and color of the main symbol in the French Barry/Barrett Coat. The latter's Crest is the black talbot head of Blate's/Blade's (share green Shield with Bowers and Bauers), said to be from Drago de BEWERE, a Peverel / Bauer suspect. The Blade's (Burley colors) are difficult because they can be Pilate liners or from "Bleda," brother of Tile-like Attila. Note how the "Utile" motto term of Shuttleworths smacks of "Attila." As Huns/Hundts and Hundacres might be Attila / Bleda liners, note the BoreHUNT/BoreHONT variations of Borehams, perhaps of the HONTacre variation of Hunds. French Acre's were first found at Forez, beside Mont Pilat.

A Tile trace to Attila doesn't dissuade me from a trace to whatever named QuadraTILLa, as both can apply to the same root. German Tile's/Tills may be using the Rothschild/Rothstein arrow, but the arrow allows them to link also to the Bogens and Tile-suspect Bogans. English Tile's, though first found in Dorset, are said to have had a Ralph de Tilly in Devon in 1083. The upright Tile wyvern is in the colors of the upright lion of Till-like Dells and Palins/Pawleys, the latter first found in Dorset. The Haymon character in the Tile write-up, and other considerations, points to Robert, earl of Gloucester, who married Hamons. The Mandeville's in the Tile write-up, and other considerations, point Tile's to the Isle of Man, Maccabee suspects from the Maccabees that Quadratus married. Haymans look like they use a version of the Burn Coat but replace the black HUNTing horns with black martlets.

Are the suffixes of Handacre's/Houndakers intended for Acker (oak theme) liners. Are Ackers of the Akmans/Ackmans, from Akmonia? With the dove tracing to PEK elements, note the Acker description: "A dove rising, in the BEAK a gold acorn." It looks like acorns are code for Acker liners, and it just so happens that acorns are used by Clauds/CLAUSELs! The latter even use a chevron in the colors of the Chanut chevron. Ackers are thus expected with Aikens in their relationship with the Clausula's Koplik area. The Acker motto term, "liberte," is suspect with oak-branch Liebers. The Acker bend with acorns looks linkable to the Cheney bend with martlets, and then Chanuts list "Cheney." And Cheneys are also CHESneys, suspect with the Handacre CHESS rooks.

As Chaine's/Chenays apply to Chesney liners, what about the chains in the Italian Albert Coat (Chaine/Chenay colors)? Might the Albermarle entity of de-Forz be of those frightful Alberts? Is this a big secret too? English Alberts even use a giant griffin in the colors of the giant Fort / Sforza lion. And where were Sforza's first found? Not Rouen, not Hastings, not even anywhere in Scotland, but, gulp, in Rome. Are Marleys, using a bend somewhat linkable to the Cheney bend, of the AlberMARLE's? Queen Victoria married an Albert, and Victoria Mary of Teck was engaged to Albert Victor, grandson of queen Victoria, but he died before the marriage.

There is a good chance that German George's/Gurganus' (uses St. George) are of the German George's upon the English throne. The George/Gurganus bends are, first of all, in the sinister direction, a feature now highly suspect with the Mucianus bloodline. Jewish Rothchilds use a sinister bend with what should be the star of sinister Massena's, and that makes the white Rothchild horse (faces sinister direction) suspect with the white RasMussen unicorn (in heraldry, left and right are opposite to the left and right of the viewer). Double bends in the colors of the same of German George's are used in Kyburg, Switzerland, beside Zurich, while that place smacks of Coburgs suspect in using a version of the Arms of Zurich. Queen Victoria married George of Saxe-Coburg. As the George-Gurganus Crest shares wings with the Dorset Shorts, it's interesting that English George's were first found in Dorset.

If you scroll down the Wikipedia article on Clan Crozier, to the Coat of Arms, you may be able to see and read why Crozier's should link to the Oddie saltire, especially as the Creuse surname looks linkable to Oddie's and Odins/Oddie's. The Crozier's are said to be using a version of the St. George cross, making the Oddie saltire suspect with the Teck saltire. Historians trace Croziers to a hut, but I trace them to Creuse of France. The Odins/Oddie's, first found in the same place as Oddie's, show a crosier along with the same white lion of Creuse's. By what coincidence do Cruise's use a version of the Tease/Tigh Coat while Tecks list a Tease variation? Now you know that the historians are either wrong or lying. I had traced Creuse to mythical Creusa and Aeneas, and it just so happens that Tease's/Tighs were first found in the same place as Aeneas-like Annas', and both surnames share the white-on-red star. How about that. Cruise's were first found in Bedfordshire while Bedfords share the lion paw with Creuse's.

Our historians trace Plympton and nearby Plymstock to plum trees even though Plymstock is in Plymouth. They can't be altogether stupid, wherefore they have got to be liars. Plumes are found in the helmet of Caffers/Caffertys, in Coffer colors, but see also the similar Motels of Taranto, where the Coffer-Crest dolphin traces, to mythical Taras in the Arms of Taranto. Might Taras elements trace to the scimiTAR line in Essex? Was this the root of the Terras surname? As German Helms use the helmet, I was wondering whether CHELMsford are Helm liners, for no Chelm / Chelmsford surname comes up. Interesting in the English Helms (Surrey) is their use of the Sale / Saleman symbols, for "Saleman / Shellman " might have led to "Chelm." It's a long shot, but Salyes Ligures were in the Savoy = Chambre area. What else could "Helm" be rooted in? Irish Kennedys (familiar red chevron in the Scottish branch), first found in the same place as Lafins/La Fonts, use the helmet, and their motto traces to Avezzano, on the Salto river, root of the Sale's and Salyes.

Devon is where Stewarts were first found, from Brittany, where a slew of Plume liners lived. Plume's (Boyer-Coat version) even use vair fur, and share the red talbot in Crest with the Major Crest while Majors (Baton roses?) are honored in the Cheney motto. German Plume's/Flaums (Wassa star?) helped me to identify Plume's as Flemings, and, indeed, Irish Flemings share a Shield filled with vair with Swiss Fechts. The giant wolf of German Flemings is in the colors of the giant lion of German Forts and Italian Sforza's.

Plymouth wasn't named after plywood at the mouth of a river, was it? The motto of Plymouth uses "FORTisSIMA," and the last update found a "tutiSIMUS" motto term of Senors/Saynors. I put it this way: "One can now clinch the idea that Sinclairs were Sion liners, for Seins, sharing "fortuna" with Rollo's, are listed with Sime's/Sims, first found in the same place (East Lothian) as Seatons. Senors/Saynors even use a "tutiSIMUS" motto term, while Rollo's use "tout."" Seins/Sims were found to be Sion / Sitten liners in combination, no small find. Unfortunately, Swiss write-ups rarely point to a Swiss location in particular. Swiss surnames are therefore hard to elaborate upon. What I do know is that Walsers, from Sion elements, use halpert axe's suspect with Alberts. I can only guess as to how Fechts might connect to Sions, but in the picture at hand, FAUCETs (same place as Seatons/Sittens, look like FECHT liners. And Faucets are likely using the Suty lion. But I've never had occasion to trace Faucet liners to the old name of Wight.

Rollo's also use "passe" while Passe's show a Pascal variation like that of Pasi's. Senors/Saynors show what could be the white Marley dolphin. Senors were looked up after finding Serio's listed as Segnori's, first found in Ferrara, where the Sforza lion should trace. Serio's use nothing but a chevron in the colors of nothing-but-a-chevron of Chanuts.

Surnames can change drastically. No one would think that Quade's could be Bade's, and while I'm not yet saying so, the possibility exists. No one would think, at first sight, that Mackays were Quade's, yet the Mackays are thought, by some, to be Kays/Caws and similar terms such as "Quoid." Who came first, Quade's or Mackays? How can I trace Quade's to "Quadratus" unless Quade's came first? If Mackays were from "Maccus," while "Quade" was a later development from members who thought "Mackay" was a Kay liner, then it's not conducive to a trace to "Quadratus." But now that Quade's have traced hard to "Adda," Quade's may have come first, in which case one may resist a trace of "Mackay" to "Maccus."

As Ada of Varenne was of Surrey, this is a good place to re-mention that the Surrich variation of Surreys can trace to Zurich, where we just saw the George royals tracing who married Quade-suspect Victoria. Reminder: Victoria's/Vechters/Fichters use the same stars as Sutherlands while Mackays were first found in Sutherland. Fiquets trace to Montfiquet, where Gernons were from that named a son of Ranulph le Meschin. He thus looks like a Vectis=Wight liner. Note that Fiquets use bendy in the colors of the George / Kyburg bendy. "KYburg" got suspect with Keys/Kays (double black bends), a potential offshoot of MacKAYs. However, variations of the surname that list Fiquets are hardly Vectis-like. The variations are, however, very reflective of the "cyFOETH" motto term of Gernons, wherefore, I do declare, "CYfoeth" is part code for KYburg liners! And the Fiquet chevron becomes suspect with that of Mackays. Zowie, the big mouth of heraldry speaks yet again to betray the royal secrets. The British royals are seemingly tracing to Hitler elements.

I still intend to trace the Gernon motto to Foots and Fothes, for Foots were first found in Cheshire, where Maccus lines are expected in a merger with English Saxons...perhaps to be expected later in Germany's Saxony when Maccus liners arrived there. German Wettins (Saxony) are using the Arms of Saxony, and can thus be suspect with Wight liners. English Wettins (Gloucestershire) use buckle's as potential link to the Buckle's, identified recently as a Maccus line.

I need to ask whether "Quadratus" named the Adda, or vice versa. With "Laevillus" tracing to the Laevi, not far from, or even in, the Adda river, "Adda," or whatever it's ancient name may have been, may have named Quadratus. Mackays are said to be from an Aiodh entity quite like "Adda." But I concluded that "Aiodh" was a variation of a Wight surname, and, besides, I have always rejected "Aoidh" as the foundation of Mackays.

As per the "In" prefixes mentioned in the last update, suspect with "INsubres," there is an INescutcheon variation of "escutcheon." We wonder why. The Insubres' were suspect with Ince's and Innis', the latter first found in the same place (Moray) as MacINtosh's that list "Tosh/Toch." Why the "In" prefix on that surname? As MacIntosh's use a "Touch" motto term, they look related to Touch's that use the Hume / Autun/Orton lion in colors reversed so as to be linkable to Artems/Aitons, the latter strongly tracing to the Adda and therefore to one side of Insubria. The full motto, "Touch not the cat bot a glove," is said to belong to Clan Chattan, and yet it looks like it honors Tosh liners. Just like the Inch location of Ince's, Touch's/Toughs/Tuff's were of Cheshire. The "bot" term has been established as code for Botters, and when I traced them confidently to the Budini, it was a trace also to the Padus river (the Po) once called, Bodencus. If that's correct, then MacIntosh's can trace to Insubria along with Botters. But Botters were traced to "Bautica" (another Po tributary to the west of Insubria), and we just saw Bade's listing "Baud." In the last update, while passing along the Patent/Padyn and Patent Padan surnames, there was mentioned a "Pianura PADANa" version for the Po. Pade's and Bade's may trace to the Po, therefore, rather than to "Adda." Or, as the Adda drains to the Po, the Adda may have been a version of whatever the Po was called at the time.

As Pade's are listed with Petts/Peats, here's something seemingly relative: the Touch's are said to be from a MacDuff fellow who owned the lands of Petty (and Breachly) in INverness-shire (near Moray). There's what looks like another "In" prefix. This explains why MacIntoshes use the Petty quarters, used in colors reversed by Bade's/Bauds. Moray is not far from Tarves, where Chives' are said to have had a branch, and Chivasso is on the Po some 10-20 miles from the mouth of the Bautica. The Tarves surname (Boofima-suspect fitchees) uses a split Shield in the colors of the Petty / Bade/Baud quarters. As the Sardinian Bundys can be suspect with the Sword sword, I'm assuming for the time being that INNERbundy is closely related to Tarves. It's Pipers who were at Innerbundy; as Pepin liners, I trace Pipers to Baph(omet)-like Paphlagonia. In using the Marshall saltire and the Laevi leaves, Pipers can trace to the Marsi expected with the Boofima elements at Avezzano. Marsi were suspect from the Phrygian goat man, Marsyas, and Phrygians were beside Paphlagonians. The latter were a branch of Heneti, suspect with "Kennedy," and it's Kennedys whose motto traces to Avezzano and Sardinia. I can't make all of this up.

Tarves' were first found in the same place (Aberdeenshire) as Crombys/Crummys who, though they show a flory cross, are said to use a bottony cross (with button ends), much like the same-colored cross that is the Arms of Lombardy. The English Croms/Crumps/Crummys (suspect with the Sere / Sear chevron) were first found in the same place as Windsor castle (and Modens) while Windsors are said to be from rulers of Lombardy, according to the Other write-up. The Croms/Crummys (Ade colors) use QUATRefoils suspect with Quadratus. I had called the symbol in the Arms of Lombardy a quatrefoil, long before I knew of Quadratus. The black cat in the Crom/Crummy Crest can be suspect with the black Ade leopard faces, but then the Quint lion paw is black too, as is the lion if the Crest of Boofima-suspect Gernons. The Crombys/Crummys can be using the Albino Shield. As Wikipedia traced Gernons to Eustace II of Boulogne, I can trace the white Cromby flory to the white one of Bouillons, which is like saying that Bologna elements merged with Cremona elements.

Quadratus married the family of Iotapa, "queen," I think she was, of Cetis in Cilicia. Her family was Parthian, and Parthians were not terribly far from Mongolia. Parthians had reach to the east side of the Caspian sea, where Attila may have had his roots. There is a question now on whether Attila was a Quadratus liner. I can tell you this, that the Blade Coat, using the Pilate pheons while smacking of "Bleda," Attila's brother, had me asking whether Attila was a Pilate liner. If we are convinced that Artems/Aitons trace both to the Adda and to Quadratus' ancestor, Artemidoros, it's a strong argument for a Quadratus link to "Adda." I think I made the case strong for an Aiton trace to the Adda. Just previous to starting this paragraph, Wikipedia's Ceto article was loaded to see if anything could be gleaned in relation to "Cetus, and here's what I found that can even apply to Pontius Pilate: "Ceto or Keto is a primordial sea goddess in Greek mythology, the daughter of Gaia and Pontus. Ceto was also variously called Crataeis and Trienus, and was occasionally conflated by scholars with the goddess Hecate (for whom Trienus and Crataeis are also epithets)." Keep in mind that HeCATE was a Keturah line to the Paris Trojans suspect with Parthian-like "Pharisee," though the first point here is that PONTIUS Pilate became suspect with something at the Pontus. The city of Cetis becomes suspect as a main Keturah line.

Secondly, from the same article: "Pliny the Elder mentions worship of 'storied Ceto' at Joppa (now Jaffa), in a single reference, immediately after his mention of Andromeda, whom Perseus rescued from a sea-monster. S. Safrai and M. Stern suggest the possibility that someone at Joppa established a cult of the monster under the name Ceto. As an alternative explanation, they posit that Pliny or his source misread the name cetus --- or that of the Syrian goddess Derceto." It may not be coincidental that Artems/Aitons use the motto term, "Dercept," almost "Dercato." If Cetis was a Ceto entity, for as you can see that Ceto was also "Cetus," then Artems can indeed trace to Cetis by way of the Artemidoros line ending up in Cetis, which is to add support to an "Artem" trace to Artemidoros.

The Pontus, because it seems to imply a point of land into the sea, was most-likely around Samsun, otherwise called, Amisos, like "Amazon." Amazons did live at Thermodon, an area spilling waters into the Black sea near Trabzon, an origin of the Trebbia river, I assume. Can we therefore expect Cetis elements at the Trebbia? But as ancient Khaldi lived at Trabzon, suspect with Chaldeans = Hebrews of Babylon, what about my trace of the Khaldi to the founding of the Celt peoples, a trace that was made years before entertaining Pontius-Pilate liners, and even more years before finding from Wikipedia that some people trace the mother of Pontius Pilate to a Pict in Perthshire??? The Celts/Cults were not only first found in Perthshire, but they use the Pilate pheon (Hagar colors) in colors reversed, and that makes for an excellent trace of Celts/Colts to the Pontus...if Mr. Pilate was named after it.

Perseus became suspect with "Paris," and I traced Perseus to the Parthenius river at the Pontus (the Pontus shifted around along the Black-sea coast, depending on the time period). AndroMEDA became suspect with Medea, lover of Hecate, and traceable to Keturah thereby.

Another way to trace Quadratus suspects to the Insubres / Adda / Placentia theater is by way of my trace of Keys/Kays to Kaisariya, anciently Mazaca, a city of Amazons I assume, for Mazaca was near the source of the Thermodon. It just so happens that Keys/Kays share double bendlets in black-on-white with Ince's (Cheshire) and Inch's (Perthshire). This is a good place to argue for Mackays being, not Key/Kay liners to begin with, but Massey liners. For example, Mackays list "Macey," as do Masseys. Maceys use a white-on-blue chevron versus a gold-on-blue one for Mackays. If anything, Kays were a branch of Mackays, not vice versa, which, if correct, can trace Mackays to the Insubres by way of the Kay link to Ince's. One could them argue that Mackays were Maccabee liners from Akmonia, i.e. town of the Artemidoros line. I've already argued that the Hamond surname, from Hamon de Massey of Cheshire, was from "Amyntes," father of Artemidoros. Quadratilla and Laevillus even named one of their children after an Amyntes.

Another Quadratilla child was Procullis, suspect with the portcullis GATE of YATE's, a surname suspect in the "yet" motto term of Seatons, first found in the same place as Ceto-like Keiths of Adda-suspect Haddington (see Haddingtons last update). Gate's were first found in Lancashire, where Ince's/Ines'/Ins' are said to have spread out from Cheshire. Seatons use the Bellamy crescents while Bellamys merged with Maceys of Ferte-Mace. Ceto was mother to Ladon, suspect with Syria's Lotan, while Keiths were first found in Lothian. The Lothian surname share a hunting horn in the colors of the Traby horn.

The question still is: if Mackays were Maccus / Maccabee liners, and not originally from Kays nor Quade's, how did Mackays get, not only the Quoide variation, but the Quade wolf heads? The best theory is that Mackays merged with Quade's. It would be Quade's alone, who trace fundamentally to "Aiodh." The Musselburgh location at Haddington is not only suspect with Meschins and Mussels/Muscels, but Mussels use "plates" that are, especially in this Pontus picture, expected as code for Pilate liners. The Meschin scallops are also the Samson scallops, the latter perhaps the namers of Samsun at ground zero of the Pontus. There seems to be a fundamental relationship between plates and pellets, white versus black roundels, and Pellets are using the Pilotte cups. The Plate surname (Lancashire) shares white scallops with Meschins, but puts them on a blue Shield suspect with the Macey Shield due to its white chevron. The Plate scallops are in the colors and positioning of the Pilate pheons. Plate's have a surname like the Blate variation of Blade's who use white pheons, the colors of the Pilate pheons.

Blate's even use a black dog head, called a talbot, code for the bloodline of Lucy Taillebois, wife of the first-known Meschin. Lucy lived in Lincolnshire, where Messier's and Pilotte's were first found, and then Messeys/Messier's and Pilate's were both first found in Burgundy. There seems to be a strong Meschin link to Pontius Pilate. And so see the following because the Mussel and Meschin Coats appear to be engaged by the Ladds/Ladons:

Hesiod's Theogony lists the children of Phorcys and Ceto as Echidna, The Gorgons (Euryale, Stheno, and the infamous Medusa), The Graeae (Deino, Enyo, Pemphredo, and sometimes Perso), and Ladon, also called the Drakon Hesperios ("Hesperian Dragon", or dragon of the Hesperides). These children tend to be consistent across sources, though Ladon is sometimes cited as a child of Echidna by Typhon and therefore Phorcys and Ceto's grandson.

As Ladon traces back to Laish, where I trace Seatons/Sittens, and moreover as I identify Seatons with the Sithones, Seatons appear to be from Stheno, a Gorgon line. There was a STHENelus, son of Gorgophone, that applies, and Gorgophone was a daughter of Perseus and Andromeda at Joppa. Perseus was a Danaan that traces to Dan = Laish, right? Yes, but he was a Meshwesh out of Tanis, and if I recall correctly, it was Perseus who founded Mycenae (at Argos).

Meshwesh went through Grecian Pisa, the Ladon theater, and Massars/Massai's, first found at Lucca, smack beside Italian Pisa, share the round-tailed lion (my terms) with Deins and Seaton-suspect Gate's. Deins also share the Massey/Masse crescents, and Pisa is also beside Massa-Carrara. Deins (share red crescents with Seatons) are thus traceable to Deino (Danaans?), one of the Graeae hags...whom I trace to Grays. The Diens/Dives trace with the Diva, ruled by the first-known Meschin, to the Dives river, smack beside Say, where Seatons are said to derive. Says use quarters in colors reversed from the Massey quarters.

Typhon looks like he can be code for the Daphne-related Taphians. The Tippens/Tipps' can apply, suspect with a pheon version of the Side/Sider Chief, that latter a Seaton line. The Tippens can apply because Tippers use dolphins, a Daphne / Dauphine symbol. Tippens/Tipps even use the black bull head (identical design) of the Say Crest. The first-know Say liner was born in Kent, where Ghents were first found that use the Side/Sider Chief. The Dein lion, by the way, is gold and upright, as is the Sforza lion, and Deins use a "forti" motto term that, in this picture, makes Sforza's and Fort liners suspect with "Phorcys."

The scarlet or scarlet-like color used by Tresure's and the tressure border of Flemings has just been found in the crozier of Greenwich's, looked up after finding that the first-known Say liner was from Greenwich. However, this shade may be for making the red-on-red crozier fully visible. Croziers are used by Were's, easily linkable to Ada of Warenne. Another surname using scarlet is the Saxon surname, using "CHAPLets" between the same bendlets as Ince's. French Josephs showed the swan in the colors of the five Chaplet swans. Josephs are kin to Kaplans and Chaplans, all for making the link to Joseph Caiaphas. The GreenADGE/GreenHEDGE variations of Greenwich's suggested the Adge/Edge surname (Cheshire) using a split Shield in the colors of the split Shield of German Kaplans and GARDners (= CAPE kin), very important because Edge's were traced to the Adige river flowing by lake GARDa! As Caiaphas is suspect with Severus Bassus' unknown parent(s), it's notable that while Bassus is expected to trace to SEPTimius Severus, Saxons have a SEPTon variation. And the Saxon Coat looks like a complete version of the Ince / Inch Coats, the latter substituting red roundels = torteaux for the chaplets.

A line from Ranulph le Meschin married Clare's of Tonbridge in Kent, and this, I think should prove to be related to the Greenwich topic above. The Adge eagle is in the colors of the Greenwich lion, the latter in the colors of the Marano/MAURITANo that, I'm sure, is the Montfort lion. The reason that Mauritano's are applied to the Greenwich's is that Says were at a Mortone-Say location in Shropshire. The Mauritano's are highly suspect with a line of Cilnius Maecenas in Modena, not only because Maecenas married into a Murena family while Spanish Murena's show "Moratin" (Spanish Marano's share a tower with Murena's), but because Maecenas married Terentia while Adge's/Edge's use a spread eagle in colors reversed from the same of Tarents, first found beside English Mortons.

Another way to trace Seatons to the Adda theater has just been found, as per the EDmonton location (Hertfordshire) of the Greenwich Says. Edmontons were even first found in EDInburgh (Lothian), making the namers of Scotland's capital suspect as an Adda line. Edmontons are showing the Seaton crescents as their only Coat symbol, and as Seatons trace to the Swan/Sion surname, so we now find a swan in the Edmonton Crest. The Edmonton crescents can be the Mullen/Millen crescents because the latter are highly suspect with the Adler fesse and dagger.

The "Virtus" motto term of Edmontons, and similar ones, had become suspect with the Green surname, and, if correct, suggests that Greens ("Virtus semper Viridis") are Greenwich liners, especially as Greens were first found in Kent. Greens definitely are Greenwich liners because the latter use a motto term in honor of Honors/Honans, who share the Green stags.

The "Nec timeo" motto phrase of Honors is suspect with Kent's Time's/Timms, and the "nec sperno" motto phrase of Honors is suspect with the "DUM spiro spera" of Kent's Massins/Masons, this going a long way to prove that the "DEUM time" motto of a Moray Coat no longer being shown is in honor of Time's/Timms...from Timna, sister of Lothian-suspect Lotan of EDOM. As the Cheshire Mortons/MYRtons use buckles in honor of Buckle's and related Buckleys (Cheshire), let's re-mention the "Nec timere nec timide" motto of Buckleys (share bull head with Says) partly in honor of Mere's/MYERs and DeMere's (both of Cheshire). Apparently, Mere's are Morton liners, now tracing to Imair, ancestor of the Side-suspect Sitric, but also ancestor to king Maccus (doesn't deserve to be a king when in fact he deserves Hell).

The Saids/Saddle's were first found in the same place (Wiltshire) as Mortons, and while the latter's buckles can trace to Sobeks buckle (because Sobeks are entertained with Cheshire elements), the Saddler motto, "Sapere," can be from a Sybaris line to Insubres. Another surname using "sapere" is the Newports, Quade- / Ade- related suspects. Again, Newports even throw in a "Ne supra" motto phrase much like "Insubres." I am far from clinching a Sobek identity with Insubres, but that's the theory. I am interested in why Sobeks use a purple buckle, and why it was made oval versus all other Buckles (at houseofnames) showing round. Disregarding the Saddle write-up, note how the surname rhymes with "Adel," the latter sharing the blue upright lion with Saddle's.

I was wondering whether there is a Quadel-like variation from "Adel." Caddels might apply, and from that, Saddle's may have been created. I kid you not, that when I wrote on the oval buckles above, not more than three mintues ago, I had not yet loaded Caddels, and had forgotten that they too use oval buckles! Amazing. Caddels use a white-on-red escutcheon traceable to Placentia, which may explain why the Caddell buckles are in the colors of the Placentia wolf. Few Coat descriptions with symbols at the bottom are pointed out with "base," but the Caddels are described with "three buckles in base." Base's (share black hunting horn with Trabys) are suspect with Bassus liners in conjunction with Burns and Bernice's. Caddels look like they're using a version of the Celt/Colt Coat, or even the Gray Coat in colors reversed, relavant because Grays and Huns together traced to Placentia. However, as their escutcheon is in the colors of the same of Chadwicks and Chadocks, they look like Chad liners, begging whether Chad / Saddock liners were Quade liners. The Sadowski's (Caddel colors) are coming to mind who list Trabys, this paragraph being a good way to trace Chad liners to the Trebbia river, and meanwhile make a greater case for Sadowski's = Saddock liners.

AHA! Not only are Sobeks suspect with Trabys/Sadowski's, but their purple buckle was suspect with the purple Shield of the Cheshire Pace's, and here, upon loading the Cadet/Codet surname as per the "cadet" motto term of Caddels, three big besants, the Pace symbol! It wouldn't have meant as much had not Sobeks and Cadets both shown oval buckles! While nothing thus far on the Cadell surname has shown any reason to view them as Quade liners, yet Cadells just linked to Cheshire elements, if indeed Cadets/Codets were Pace kin.

Aha! Next up were Wittels (three dog heads possibly linkable to the Quade wolf heads) and Waddels (looked up as per the Wade variation of Quade's), to find buckles (round) in the Waddel Coat! They are even colors reversed from the Cadell buckles, making Adels and Quade's suspect as Chad liners. Waddels were first found in Midlothian, the Edinburgh / Roslin theater. The Roslin surname uses buckles, and, I had forgotten, they don't show round, but square. If the Wittel talbots apply, Roslins, first found in Lincolnshire, can be from Lucy Taillebois. Lincolnshire is where Rhodes' were first found while Roslins are expected from Rosellon = Roussillon.

Anything in Brittany can turn out to be a line from an Israeli priesthood. It's where Cadets/Codets were first found showing a "Codere" variation, and example of what I'm on the look-out for as per QUADRatus.


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