Copyright Brooking Society 2016
07 October 2017
This is one form of the Brooking Arms.
These arms were used by Rear Admiral Samuel Brooking (1754-
The gold scallop shell above the crest is usually considered to be a symbol of pilgrimage, and the blue crescent there-
Other arms have been used by branches of the Brooking family, usually based on a similar shield with a different crest.
The Brooking Coat of Arms as shown on our Society Journals