Realizing that crests are really assigned to a specific individual and not a family, I have still chosen to show the crests that are associated with the OaMalleys and Ritschharts. The OaMalley crest is a prominent fixture in any of the Irish Heraldry shops and I personally observed in inside the Catholic Abbey on Clare Island just off the coast of Westport in County Mayo. The Abbey dates back to the mid-15th century. The inscription at the bottom of the OaMalley crest translates to aValiant by Sea and Landa. I observed the Ritschhart crest on a large wooden mural in the Church in Hilterfingen, Switzerland. The Ritschhart name and crest appears 8 times on the mural, donated in 1731 by 32 prominent families in the area.I had suggested this to Beatrice and hoped she would take the lead; but I should have allowed another day for our visit and ... Since there was a fee of over $100 for processing the DNA, I decided that if I offered to pay for the test, I would ... I also did it for economics, as the 25- and 37-marker tests were in the $200 range.
|Title||:||Breathing Life Into Family Ancestors|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2011-09-01|