The Anderson Family Crest
Alexander Anderson was the first wood engraver of note and merit established in America. Born in Great Britain, in 1775, his bookplate —by himself—reproduces his arms; and we have copied them from an example in the collection of J. E. Mauran, Esq., of Newport, R. I. A similar coat of arms was granted (Temp. Edward VI.) to a Henry Anderson, of Newcastle, gentleman. We presume that he was the ancestor of Alexander Anderson.
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A Falcon's Head, Of The Shield.