Andreas I. Engler - Margaretha Loess
Settled at Worthington, Iowa - 1862
This page was last updated on: December 31, 2008
Family Member Names
Photocopy from Leo Engler, Identification from Chris Goedken
A Coat of Arms is something foreign to American culture but still fascinating. It was very much a part of European medieval culture.
Under early heraldic rules, only first sons of first sons of the recipient of a Coat of Arms were permitted to bear their ancestor's coat of arms. Later, a Coat of Arms became a much more common family symbol.
Halbert's, an ancrestry research institute, indicates that there are more than one Engler Coat of Arms but that one of the earliest Coat of Arms they found looked something like the one on the right. Later versions usually resemble it in some way.
Coat of Arms Information from
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I believe I have the original framed picture of the Andrew Engler family photo. Attached is the photo plus a list of names and some info about them. If you would like more info, you can contact me at :