Grant of Arms
Grant of Arms

Members' Roll of Arms

Many of the members of the Heraldry Society are armigerous, ie. they have a coat of arms. This gives us an opportunity to introduce you to the wide range of designs and styles that are used for modern, and ancient, heraldry. The arms are organised by the member’s surname.

Boven, David

Arms
Per bend grady Sable and Gules two vines in bend overall a bow palewise all within a bordure Or, for difference
Crest
Issuant from a crest coronet Or a gamecock Sable combed and jelopped Gules beaked and legged Or
Motto
Virtus Sub Cruce Crescit (Virtue Comes Under The Cross)
Authority
Registered with the United States Heraldic Registry, 29 December 2005, and the Committee on Heraldry of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, 11 June 2005.
Notes

Artist: Ikkon-Andre Yamashita.

Brady, Hugh L

Arms
Party per bend sinister Gules and Or in the sinister base a dexter Hand couped at the wrist the index finder pointing at the Sun in Splendor in dexter chief the whole within a bordure all counterchanged
Crest
On a wreath Or and Gules a demi-Lion affronty winged Gules armed and langued Or holding in his forepaws an Oak Staff proper flying therefrom a Banner of the Arms
Motto
Stand Ready
Authority
Assumed (USA) 1980, Registered with the United States Heraldic Register and the Committee on Heraldry, New England Historic Genealogical Society, September 2005.

Brocklebank, Ralph

Arms
Quarterly, 1st and 4th grandquarters, Azure an escallop Or between three brocks Argent, on a chief engrailed Or a cock proper between two escallops Azure (Brocklebank), 2nd grandquarter, Ermine on a cross engrailed between four lions rampant Gules a tilting spear erect Or between four bezants (Royds), 3rd grandquarter, Quarterly (i) and (iv) Gules a fess chequy Argent and Azure, (ii) and (iii) Or a lion rampant Gules debruised of a riband in bend Sable all within a bordure per pale dexter Azure charged alternatively with four stars Or and four lozenges also Or, sinister Argent charged with in the sinister chief with a martlet Azure (Lindsay)
Crest
In front of a mound Vert thereon a cock proper three escallops Or
Motto
God Send Grace
Authority
Matriculated in the Court of the Lord Lyon, 26 October 1993, Public Register vol.76, page 18.

Brooke-Little, John†

Arms
Argent goutté Gules three unicorn heads erased Sable armed and crined Or langued Azure
Crest
A demi-unicorn erased Sable armed, crined and unguled Or, langued Azure and collared gobony Or and Gules with a chain Or
Motto
Recte Aut Nil
Authority
The College of Arms, 5 March 1952.
Notes

Artist: Anthony Wood.

Buchanan-Boardman, Charles Edward Sean

Arms
Azure, within a Bordure barry of nine, Argent and Gules, a Lion rampant guardant Argent holding in the dexter forepaw a quill Or feathered Argent and in the sinister forepaw an open book, the pages Proper fore edges and clasps Or, the lower clasp joined to a gold chain reflexed over the shoulder of the lion and terminating in a Bezant pierced trefoilwise, the pages inscribed in Black Letter Sapiens Qui Assiduus
Crest
Out of a Coronet pallisady Or a demi Lion Azure grasping between its paws a closed book Gules fore edge and clasps Or the lower clasp joined to a gold chain reflexed over the shoulder of the Lion and terminating with a Bezant pierced trefoilwise
Motto
Sapiens Qui Assiduus
Authority
The State Herald of South Africa, July 7th, 2006.
Notes

Artist: Anthony Wood.

Burgoin, Captain Jason Charles

Arms
Quarterly Sable and Gules a cross Ermine between 1st and 4th three caltrops and 2nd and 3rd a martlet Or;
Crest
A demi-tyger Gules collared, chained and holding a torch enflamed Or;
Motto
I PASS THROUGH THIS WORLD BUT ONCE;
Authority
Canadian Heraldic Authority, December 15, 2016; Vol VI, p.654 of the Public Register of Arms, Flag and Badge of Canada

Burke, William Spencer Dwerryhouse

Arms
Or a cross Gules, in the first quarter a lion rampant Sable, in the second a dexter hand appaume couped at the wrist Gules, in the third a cross crosslet fitchée also Gules, and in the fourth a martlet Sable
Crest
A cat-a-mountain sejant guardant proper collared and chained Or
Motto
Na bean don chat (Touch Not The Cat)
Authority
The Chief Herald of Ireland 3 December 1991; vol.10, fol.28.

Butler, Michael

Arms
Per fess wavy Gules and Azure a cup and a cup reversed their bases abutting that in chief Argent and that in base Or a bordure nebuly also Or
Crest
Issuant from a coronet Or two human arms embowed the upper arms in saltire that issuing from the dexter vested barry Or and Azure attached to the cuff Azure two banderolles Or the hand proper holding a cup Or that issuing from the sinister vested barry wavy Argent and Gules attached to the cuff Gules two banderolles Argent the hand proper holding a cup Argent
Motto
The Best Or Nothing
Authority
The College of Arms, 5 October 2001.
Notes

For a badge: Within a circlet of plaited rope Or two human arms embowed the upper arms in saltire that issuing from the dexter vested barry wavy Or and Azure cuffed Azure the hand proper holding a cup Or that issuing from the sinister vested barry wavy Argent and Gules cuffed Gules the hand proper holding a cup Argent.

Buttifant, Alan

Arms
Ermine on a Bend Azure a Sword Or and on a Chief Gules three Catherine Wheels Or
Crest
A Sealion sejant erect Or supporting with the sinister paw a Garb and holding in the dexter paw a Comb Azure mantled Azure doubled Or
Motto
Per Ardua Stabilis (which translates to "Firm In Adversity")
Authority
College of Arms 15 March 1985, agent: Hubert Chesshyre, Chester Herald.
Notes

For a badge: A Catherine Wheel Azure charged with a Roundel quarterly Or and Azure thereon a Garb countercharged.