Sibiville, France

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The Comtes de Douglas apparently had lived for generations as seigneurs of Sibiville in 1747 (when their arms were recorded).


  • Lord Louis François Marie Hyacinthe Duglas, Count Duglas, captain of the regiment of grenadiers Roy, Lord of Arrancy, Ployart, St Jacques of Arrences, Longueval, Amifontaine, Sibiville and other places (and high and mighty lady Anne Marie Angélique Rosalie Vassan his wife).


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Arms adopted around 1995 at the suggestion of the Archives of Pas-de-Calais. The armorial of this department (G. Bouchet, P. Bréemersch and C. Dhérent, 1994), proposes indeed that the commune raises the arms of the Duglas, lords of the place. The Duglas (or Du Glas, or Douglas, originating from Brittany) bore "Azure to the castle with three towers Argent, summoned by three turrets of the same, said castle charged with a crest Argent a heart Gules crowned with gold [royal crown closed], and a chief of azure with three silver stars "(blazon of Jougla de Morenas, Great armorial of France, volume IV, 1939). This family claimed to be from the Douglas of Scotland whose arms they had adopted at the end of the 17th century. This family had become, for one of its branches now extinct, since the end of the seventeenth century until the Revolution, suzeraine of Sibiville, in Artois.

Arms:
Azure to the castle dungeon of three pieces, of silver, masonry of sand, charged with an escutcheon of silver in heart Gules, crowned of a royal crown closed of gold and to the chief of azure to three stars money.

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  • Archives généalogiques et historiques de la noblesse de France


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