Association Arms

As stated in a previous article, there is no such thing as a "Fagan family coat of arms" unless you are a direct descendant of the amirgerous person.  Unless you are the direct descendant of this individual with proof of inheritance, simply "being a Fagan" does not mean you can bear the arms shown - it belongs to William Charles (Trant) Fagan and/or his descendants.

The Association of the Fagan Tribes has established its own Coat of Arms and Badge for the use of all of its Registered Members:

This certifies that the heraldic arms of the Fagan Clans Association are registered as an original design and are described by the blazon below:

Arms: Argent, an oak tree eradicated fructed Proper and on a chief Vert an Irish harp between two covered chalices Or.
Crest: A griffin rampant Argent armed, winged and tufted Or supporting in its talons an Irish harp Or.
Motto: Dílis do Dhia agus dár Dúchas (Faithful to God and to our Heritage)
 
This certifies that the heraldic badge of the Fagan Clans Association is registered as an original design and is described by the blazon below:
Badge: On a bezant edged Vert a pomme charged with a griffin rampant Argent armed, winged and tufted Or supporting in its talons an Irish harp Or, the bezant inscribed in chief around the circumference with “Cumann Treibheanna Fagan” in letters Sable and charged in base with a shamrock Vert between two Celtic knots Sable.