The crest of les “Langlois d’Amérique” displays eight white spirals which represent the first eight Langlois who arrived in North America.
The different lengths of each spiral in the crest represent the different times at which each ancestors of these branches left their various homelands in Europe in order to settle in North America.
The central point in the crest represents their coming together in North America where these ancestors gave birth to children who, like bees, swarmed throughout the continent.
The choice of the colour blue in the crest represents both the sea they had to cross and the sky over the home countries they left behind. The spirals themselves signify the energy and the vitality of the Langlois.