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Fieandt, von
Carl Johan von Fieandt

ARMS: Azure a pile reversed Or a fess enarched and embattled gules masoned sable between in chief two towers argent each with two mullets of six points above it or and in chief of the pile a barred helm affronty Azure ensigned of three ostrich plumes, one Gules between two Azure, in base two swords in saltire Argent hilted Sable through a wreath of laurels Proper.

SOURCE, NOTES & CREDITS: B&W image and arms in a blazon translated by Henrik Degerman and reworked by John H. Gaylor from “Den svenske adelns vapenbok”, p. 72, by Frithiof Dahlby and Jan Raneke, Stockholm, 1967. Colour image used as the basis of the artwork is from “Finlands Ridderskaps och Adels Kalender 2001”, p 157, Johanna Aminoff-Winberg, Editor, Atena Kustannus Oy, Jyväskylä, 2000

The von Fieandts, in the persons of Carl Johan von Fieandt and his brother, Magnus Fredrik von Fieandt were ennobled on 21 Nov 1751 ( introduced 1752) ( Swedish Noble no. 1920) (Finnish noble no. 128 ) to honor the memory of their father, Johan Henrik Fieandt, and are believed to be ancestors in the maternal line of Colonel Harry Ilmari Manner, a close friend of ours of long standing. dqw 20100116

The artwork is a rendering by John Hamilton Gaylor.

Wedvick Armorial, 005a, Fieandt, von, 20080301
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