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.

( Info provided by HALBERTS – 3687 Ira Road – Bath, Ohio )

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Earl of Angus

                          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).

Below  you  will  find  resources  to  explore  and  search  for  your  own

                           Family  Coat  of  Arms  -  Family  Crest

Surname  Family  Crest , History  and  Stories

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With a little research and the right resources, you can find a free coat of arms to add dimension to your genealogy work.

Several sites offer these graphics free, allowing you to enhance everything from family tree charts to presentations and slideshows for your next family reunion. is here to help you find your family crest. 

You should be aware that there may be more than one family crest for the same name. For example, the Irish name O'Connor has dozens. Many non-Gaelic names were brought into the country especially during the seventeenth century.