Copyright Brooking Society 2016

07 October 2017

This is one form of the Brooking Arms.


These arms were used by Rear Admiral Samuel Brooking (1754-1834) though they were only officially granted to his kinsman John Savery Brooking in 1838, they may rightly be used only by John Savery Brooking's direct male descendants.


The gold scallop shell above the crest is usually considered to be a symbol of pilgrimage, and the blue crescent there-in is often used as a mark of difference denoting that the bearer is a descendant of the original bearer.


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