McBride - Bumpus Genealogy
Bompas Blazon - A Mau Pas Bon Pas
a deck planted with sand masonry on a river Vert,
accompanied by chief, dexter three ears seized gold, sinister to a pile of leaflet reason to a piece of the same
( corn ear, Bunch of Grape & Bridge )
When translated the blazon also describes the original colors
of the Mc Bride Arms and Crest as it appeared centuries ago.
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Mac Bride - Mc Bride
In their languege , The Arms ( shield ) is as follows :
“ Gu. Three chevronels betw, as many escallops ar. ”
Above the shield & helmet is the Crest which is described as :
“ On a chapeau a salamander in flames ppr. ”
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Towards 1260, this ford having been
protected, by the construction of a
bridge, it was named " BONPAS " or
BOMPÀS (Good Passage in French).
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