Heraldry: Brisebois

Title-BriseboisEach family connects hundreds of people to form an intricate pattern of ancestors and descendants.  Our origins span the world, our families come from all religions and ways of life.  The common thread of Heraldry links many cultures and establishes the foundations of a Surname before words were a common understanding and images demonstrated a basic understanding to the populace.

This page represents the following Surnames: Agner.

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Brisebois Name Meaning and History

French: The word ‘Brise’ translates to Broken, Bent or Short. The word ‘Bois’ is Wood, Antler or Forest.

Behind the Name

SOURCE: Occupation
USAGE: French

Meaning & History: Refers to a person who cleared land, from old French briser “to cut” and bois “forest”.


Family Crest:   Coat of Arms

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