no harm in using this as a decorative feature of a website but do read these College of Arms
pages especially Frequently Asked Questions
my source is LAPHAM, privately published by Olene Lapham in 1934
"The Coat of Arms used by John Lapham of Providence is:Arms: argent, a chevron azure, between three towers proper, and a compass.
Crest: a sinister arm in armour, holding a dagger, all proper.
Motto: Amor, Honor et Justitia."
Providence, Rhode Island, USA about 1660 to about 1682
Her drawing suggests that should be
Arms: argent, a chevron azure, between three towers gules proper, and compasses or, with red as my choice for the towers
(just what is the proper or natural colour of a tower?)
BUT I would like to examine her sources - possibly a document or seal or stone.
Do respect the rules in
A GLOSSARY OF TERMS USED IN HERALDRY by JAMES PARKER