Somerville is a surname, Sir Gualtier de Somerville was one of William the Conqueror's knights, who came to England in 1066. The name most likely comes from "Saint-Omer," a town about 20 miles south of Dunkirk at the North of France. The name itself comes from a French village of the same name in Normandy, France. In 1066 the Lord of Somerville, Sir Gualtier de Somerville joined William the conqueror on his invasion of England, for his support Sir Gaultier de Somerville was given land in the North of England. By the twelfth century, the Somervilles were granted land and title of lord in Scotland and were at one time among the noble families of Scotland
Your proud Scottish Clan heritage can be displayed by wearing this large Scottish Clan crest sterling silver badge. All known Clan badges are produced in sterling silver. Unique or rare Clan badges are custom made at the same price. There are no additional charges.
Crest Size: 1-15/16 " (45mm) W x 2-1/4" (57mm) L.
This Clan badge weighs almost one full ounce (31.1 g)