The Chantrell Coat of Arms

The Chantrell crest was amongst the first recorded by King Richard III and can be found in the Heraldra College of Arms. This particular crest is registered to the Chantrell families of Cheshire, Suffolk, Norfolk, Berkshire, and Derbyshire.

It is described as:
Blazon: Argent, a pelican in her piety, feeding young, in her nest stable.
Crest: a tower argent, port sable.
Motto: "Proprio Vos Sanguine Pasco"
Translation: "I feed you of my own blood"

About the Chantrell name

The Chantrell family in the UK census 1841 to 1891