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Notes for Robert Penny
The Penny Coat of Arms, according to Burke's "The General Armory" (1884, page 790) was granted in Peterborough, Northampton County, England in 1574. It consists of "Ermine, two greyhounds courant, per pale gules and sable (another shows the greyhounds reguardant). Crest: On a ducal coronet argent,
a lynx or.." which means "on a shield entirely covered with ermine fur, appear two greyhounds running, the one centered on the left hand side is tinted red; and the one centered on the right hand side is tinted black. Resting on a ducal coronet painted silver, is a lynx painted gold." The motto has been translated to mean "I hope in adversity, and fear in prosperity".
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