Hayhurst family crest

The English surname Hayhurst, found most frequently in Cumbria and Lancashire, is an habitational name from Hay Hurst in the parish of Ribchester, Lancashire, so called from the Old English terms hæg meaning “enclosure’ and hyrst meaning “wooded hill.” Early examples of the surname include Thomas de Heyhurst (Sussex, 1327). In 1571, one Lawrence Hayhurst, of Ribhester, was entered in the Lancashire Wills Records held at Richmond. A Coat of Arms granted to the Hayhurst family of Parkhead, Lancashire, is a silver shield, having an azure chevron charged with a golden sun between three hay-rakes proper.

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