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.

Edwards, Antony J

Arms
Per fess wavy Or and Azure between in chief two heraldic dolphins naiant and in base three escallops a lymphad sail furled oars in action all counterchanged flags and pennon flying Gules
Crest
A seahorse erect Or the dorsal fin Gules resting the sinister webbed foot on a wheel Azure
Motto
Non Nobis Domine
Authority
The College of Arms, 17 January 2001

Esslemont, Peter

Arms
Or a rocky mount with verdure its base in the form of an 'S' the convex part to the dexter and the concave part to the sinister all proper on a chief Azure a garb also Or banded Gules between two boars' heads couped Or
Crest
A lymphad Azure mast rigging and sails furled proper and flagged Gules
Motto
Semper Providere
Authority
Matriculated in the Court of the Lord Lyon, 21 March 1979.

Evans, David

Arms
Per fess azure and argent issuant from the fess a demi arctic fox salient of the second langued and armed gules holding in its mouth by the neck a goose or wings addorsed webbed and beaked of the third in base three bars onde of the first
Crest
A demi arctic fox salient argent langued and armed gules holding in its mouth by the neck a goose or wings addorsed webbed and beaked gules
Motto
Despair Not
Authority
The College of Arms. Agent: Clive Cheesman, Richmond Herald