Aasen Coat of Arms
Brief Family History
Spelling variations include: Eason, Easson, Esson, Asson, Assone, Aysoune, Aison and many more.
First found in Angus where it was of the most ancient surnames in the region.
Some of the first settlers of this name or some of its variants were: Edward Eason who settled in Virginia in 1610; ten years before the "Mayflower"; William Eason settled in Maine in 1763; followed by John in 1770; Alexander Easson settled in New York State in 1820.
Motto: Touch not the cat bot a glove.
Motto Translated: Don't touch the cat without a glove.
Crest: A mountain cat.
Coat of Arms: Gold and red shield, at the top, two red lions, and in base a gold boar.
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Page Last Updated: July 13th, 2016
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