||The arms described
above, is recorded by Burke (the best considered
of the 1 of 11 Britished published Heraldic
Authorities on English, Scotch, and Irish family
arms) for the family of the Mobbs. The only arms
that was granted any branch of the Mobbs Family,
and they were one nationality only, around 1620.
The original main line of Houghton, Country,
Norfolk, England around the year 1600. According
to Gulliam's "Display of Heraldy," 1600
edition, the color vert (green) on family arms
signifies Hope and Joy. Argent (silver or white)
denotes Peace and Sincerity.
Report by Algin H. Reeves, Box
221, Nesta, California
Meaning of Symbols and
Colors for the Family of "Mobbs"
Where more than that is shown, it indicates that
the bearer has been successful in many
Associated with Church Life
Helmet: that of a
Duke, made of steel, garnished with gold. Faces
front with five bars, lined with red
flowing robe that protects the helmet from the
sun and the rain
twists of silk that holds the mantle in place.
Colors: Green for
Hope and Joy, also Strength and Sturdiness,
Silver for Sincerity and Peace.
Report from "At the
Sign of the Crest" by Hazel Bilers
The coat-of-arms has
been painted and presented to Rebecca Passmore
and Denny Mobbs as a wedding presented by:
P.O. Box 377