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Illustrated on this page are the arms of the early Lucy families.


Lucy: Baron Lucy, English

Ancient arms of the de Lucy family - 3 lucies, or pikes, hauriant argent on a crimson ground.



Lucy: Baron

Baron Lucy was created on the death of Maude de Lucy on 18 December 1398 when she asked for her arms (3 lucies) to be quartered with that of her husband Henry Percy (lion rampant) Earl of Northumberland.



Lucy de Broxbourne: Hertfordshire

Created by Richard Lucy (1592-1667), second son of Sir Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, who married Elizabeth Cock, daughter of Sir Henry Cock of Broxbourne. Created 1618. Extinct 1759.



Lucy de Charlecote: Warwickshire

Created by the first Sir Thomas Lucy of Charlecote (24th April 1532-7th July 1600).



Lucy: Lorraine, France

The early Armorial de Berry of c.1445 illustrates these arms. Nine generations of the "House of Lucy" in Lorraine, descend from Maheu de Lucy (alive in 1381).



Lucy: Norm, Martinique

Gabriel de Lucy (1642-1731) of Bordeaux and Plieux, was c.1705 an early Martinique settler. He married Marie Olivier in 1676. His descendants, the Békés became "de Lucy de Fossarieu".


Alternative arms are recorded for

Lucy (London formerly of Antwerp): Azure a crescent argent.
      Lucas Lucy (Luke Luce) 1612-1663, London merchant of
      St. Katherine Coleman, son of John Luce of Antwerp,
      owned a Barbados plantation in 1658 with brother Jacob.

Lucy of Co. Dorset: Gules a pike hauriant or.
      Held by Robert de Lucy (c1113-c1205) of Crichel Lucy,
      Dorset, brother of Richard de Lucy, the Justiciar.

Lucy of Co. Kent: Gules semée of cross crosslet three lucies hauriant or.
      Held by Geoffrey de Lucy (c1208-1252) of Newington,
      Kent, great-grandson of Richard de Lucy, the Justiciar.

Lucy of Ireland: Sable a fess argent,
      as referenced in "A Display of Heraldry" by John Guillim
      1610 (page 40).



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Page created 16th March 2000. Minor revision 29th May 2024.