Is there a known origin for the Beaufort motto “Mutare vel Timere Sperno”?

Is there a known origin for the Beaufort motto “Mutare vel Timere Sperno”?


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The House of Beaufort (and cadet branch the House of Somerset) use the motto "Mutare vel timere sperno" ("I scorn to change or to fear").

I assume it references the Beaufort loyalty to and support of the House of Lancaster in the War of the Roses, originating perhaps in the time of Edmund Beaufort, 2nd Duke of Somerset, but cannot find any mention of its origin.


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