The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.0333  Wednesday, 16 February 2000.

From:           Sean Lawrence <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Tuesday, 15 Feb 2000 19:31:07 -0800
Subject:        Desperately seeking an armorial device

Hi, guys.

I'm having one of those occasional crises where I can remember reading
something, but can't remember where.  Someone in the early modern period
used the phrase "Que sera, sera" as an armorial device.  I remember
reading a description of why he thought it was such a good idea, but I
can't even find what the family was any more.

I wasted the afternoon going through heraldry indexes but to no avail.
I could find families, but none with early modern connections, at least
not that I could find.

Does anyone know?  Don't imitate me by wasting time in researching it,
but if you can recall off the top of your collective heads, I'd be
grateful to find out.

Crazed, but nevertheless grateful,

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