"Gu, a fess chequy or and erm. betw. two horses courant ar."
When translated the Armsdescription is:
"Red: a middle third checked in gold and ermine. Between two running silver horses."
Family mottos are believed to have originated as battle cries an medieval times. A Motto was nut recorded with the Warriner Coat of Arms.
Individual surnames originated for the purpose of more specific identification. The four primary sources for second names were: occupation, location, father's name and personal characteristlcs. The surname Warriner appears to be patronymlcal in origin, and is believed to be associated with the English, meaning, "descendant of Warren". The supplementary sheet included with this report ls designed to give you more lnformatlon to further your understandlng of the origin of names. Different spelllngs of the same orlglnal surname are a common occurrence. Dictionaries of surnames indicate probable spelling variations. The most prominent variations of Warrlner are Warren, Warrener, Warner and Warriners.
Information available to us indicates that in 1971 there were approximately 500 heads of households in the United States with the old and dlstlnguished Warriner name. The United States Census Bureau in 1970 estimated that there were approximately 3.1 persons per household in America which yields an approximate total of 1550 people in the United States carrying the Warriner name. Although the figure seems relatively low, it does not signify the many important contributions that individuals bearing the Warriner name have made to history.
No genealogical representation is intended or implied by this report and at does not represent lndlvldual lineage of your family tree.