The Casey Coat Of Arms
"Family Crest"

"Per Varios Casus"


The Casey Coat of Arms is a Silver Shield with a red Chevron
representing two rafters of a house meeting at the top,
between which there are three Eagles Heads .

The colour Argent (Silver) in the coat of arms
symbolizes Peace and Sincerity.
 It also reflects the hopes, ambitions and
 aspirations of its original bearer.

There is a Crest (not shown) of a hand 
holding a Garb (sheaf of wheat).

The Casey's were first found in the County of Cork.  They were descended
from the O'Carrolls, Princes of Ely, who in turn were descended from
the Kings of Munster, who were descended from the Heber line of Irish Kings.

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