Clift Personal Home Pages

Here are some personal home pages of members of the Clift family. If you are a member of a Clift family and would like to have a link to your home page here, just send us mail.

Fred Clift (Utah, USA)
Andy Clift's Claystation
Will Clift, Boulder Colorado, USA

Clift Genealogy Forum

Clift Coat of Arms Historiography

The Clift Coat of Arms illustrated right was drawn by an heraldic artist from information officially recorded in ancient heraldic archives. Documentation for the Clift Coat of Arms design can be found in Burke's General Armory. Heraldic artists of old developed their own unique language to describe an individual Coat of Arms.

In their language, the Arms (shield) is as follows:

"Ar. on a fesse sa. three mullets or."
When translated, the Arms description is:
"Silver, middle third of black, with three gold stars."
Above the shield and helmet is the Crest, which is described as:
"A griffin pass. ar. ducally gorged gu."
A translation of the Crest description is:
"A silver griffin walking with a red collar around the neck."

Census records available disclose the fact there are approximately 1050 heads of households in the United States with the old and distinguished Clift name. The United States Census Bureau estimates there are approximately 3.2 persons per household in America today, which yields an approximate total of 3360 people in the United States carrying the Clift name.

Clift Family Lineage

The following is a list male descendants carrying the Clift name. Living descendants' names are not listed for privacy reasons. But we would appreciate any geneological information you may have on the Clift Family lines. Any new connected or unrelated Clift lines will be happily added to this document. More specific information about each descendant will be added as it becomes available.
John Clift (?-?)
Richard Clift (1806-1891)
Frederic Clift (1847-1913)
Vyvyan Botreaux Clift (1898-1943)
Son (living)
Son #1 (living)
7 Sons, 1 Grandson (living)
Son #2 (living)
1 Son (living)
Son #3 (living)
1 Son (living)
Son #4 (living)
If you are interested in conducting family history research, there are many avenues available. The FamilySearch is a good place to start.

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