Saint Brélade (Jersey)

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Arms (crest) of Saint Brélade (Jersey)

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According to one source the parish crest of a silver fish on a blue background was the personal symbol of St. Brendan, the sixth century saint so famous for his travels. The name, however, is derived from Saint Branwallader. Saint Branwallader was a Celtic or Welsh monk, who is said to have been a bishop in Jersey. As with many of the early saints of this part of the world, it is difficult to separate fact from fiction. However, it is believed that Branwallader worked with Saint Samson in Cornwall and the Channel Islands, where he is remembered at Jersey in Saint Brélade.

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