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The Coat of Arms and detail of the Crest is taken from a painting done at the end of the 19th century. The motto reads: "Vive dui Whitlocke deo sic utere fatis ut reserent sensus alba nec atratous", which roughly translated means: "Long live the Whitlockes. In God may he reveal understanding so that our future may be bright not gloomy".

Quarterly, 1st and 4th Azure, a Chevron Engrailed Or, three Falcons close Or, 2nd and 3rd Argent, on a Bend Gules, three Stag Heads Or

The Arms also appear on the 17th century monument to Sir James Whitelocke in Fawley, Berkshire.

Bulstrode Whitelocke Shield Detail of Coat of Arms
The images above compare detail from an etching of Bulstrode Whitelocke dated February 1st, 1800 with detail from the Coat of Arms.