SAPIENS QUI VIGILAT
Burke's Commoners Vol. II, p. 385, edition of 1834
The Crusade is shown by the crosses on the chevron. Royal service is shown by the chevron. The lions are "on guard"
and protection to the person of the king is indicated by the coronet on the owl. The Fowler coat bears a helmet of
silver, representing nobility; above the helmet is a wreath - symbol of chivalry, the emblem presented the favorite
knight by a lady during a tournament. The silver flourishing behind the helmet represent the cap of honor, while the
blue flourishing represent the mantle flowing from the helmet for protection ............ above the wreath is an owl.
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