The Doolittle Coat of Arms was granted to
Clark of Kent by act of parliment in 1621. His mother was a proven
descendant of Rudolph of Dolist, uncle of William the Great and the
first to be surnamed Doolittle.
- ARMS: Barry of four vert and gules, three plates, four
bars, green and red placed horizontally across the shield, with three
roundels of silver, usually placed two above and one below.
- CREST: A unicorn's head erased argent crined and armed or
gorged with a collar, gules charged with three plates. Head depicted
with jagged extremities as if torn off, in silver with horn of gold,
having neck encircled with a red collar with three small silver
roundels; helmet below unicorn's head and above the shield is silver.
- MOTTO: Nemo me impune lacessit.
- TRANSLATION: No one provokes me with impunity.