Marigold, (fr. fleur de souci): this more frequent than might be supposed. It is equally common in French arms. It will be observed that one coat of arms a French marigold is specified.
Pean, on a fesse engrailed or, between three squirrels sejant argent, each holding a marigold slipped proper, a stag's head erased azure between two fountains also proper--SMITH, Lydiate, co. Lancaster.
Azure, a horse passant argent bridled gules between three marigolds or--MORECROFT, Churchill, co. Oxford.
Gules, a chevron or between three marigolds of the last stalked and leaved vert--GOLDMAN, Sandford.
Or, on a chevron azure between three French marigolds slipped proper two lions respectant of the first--TYSSEN, London, 1689.
D'azur, a trois soucis d'or--HERTES, Picardie.
D'argent, au chevron de gueules accompagné de trois soucis de même feuillés et soutenus de sinople--ROBIN.