Hardcastle Coat of Arms

Origin Displayed: English

The Family Arms are from the 12th century and were duly registered in the British Heraldry
as sable on a chevron argent between three castles or towers,
as many leopards's faces gules, crest a lady attired azure holding in her right hand the sun,
and in her sinister the moon.

Motto Translated: The latin inscription DEUS MIHI MUNIMEN means "God is my strong tower" (in English: Hardcastle).

Some noteworthy people of the name Hardcastle
  • Joseph Hardcastle (1752-1818), English, one of the founders of the London Missionary Society
  • Paul Hardcastle (b. 1957), English composer and musician specialising in the synthesizer
  • Martin Hardcastle, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer in the Centre for Astrophysics Research at the University of Hertfordshire
  • Edgar Richard "Hardy" Hardcastle (1900-1995), was an English theoretician of Marxist economics
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