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.

Current Members

Davies, Martin

Arms
Per fess in chief Ermine two pallets bendy Or and Azure and in base bendy Or and Azure two pallets Ermine
Crest
A demi-griffin Or gorged with an ancient crown Gules and charged on the underside of the wings with a cross throughout also Gules holding in its claws a garb Or bound and knotted with a ribband per fess Argent and Vert
Motto
O Galon Dda Da Fydd (From A Good Heart Good Will Come)
Authority
The College of Arms, 19 October 1995.
Notes

For a badge: A garb Or enfiling an ancient crown Gules all within a bell-ringer's sally coloured Azure and Or and in base the top end and tail tied in a bow proper. Artist: Anthony Wood.

Douglas-Huriwai, the Reverend Canon Christopher William Owen Gerney

Arms
Gules, a chalice Or, issuing from it a host Argent, charged with a cross of the first, between three eight-pointed stars in the Māori fashion quarter-pierced (alternatively blazoned as crosses chappée quarter-pierced) argent, on a chief of the third, a crosier bendwise of the first between two pōhutukawa [Metrosideros excelsa] flowers proper.
Crest
No crest or helm, instead a Clerical Galero Sable with three red tassels hanging from black cords is used to denote the armiger’s position as a canon of the Anglican Church.
Motto
E Kore Rawa Te Aroha e Taka (Māori: Love Never Fails)
Authority
The International Register of Arms, 29th October 2021 Registration No. 0613 (Vol.4).

 

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