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.

Kelsey, William

Arms
Vert a sword erect between two pallets or each charged with five barrulets gules all between two endorses wavy argent
Crest
On a mount vert a cresset enflamed proper in font of Rods of Aesculapius in saltire or serpents vert
Motto
I Vow To Thee My Country
Authority
The College of Arms, 10 August 2005 Agent: Patric Dickinson, Richmond Herald.
Notes

For a badge: A bulls head caboshed sable armed and holding in its mouth a sword fesswise point to the dexter argent.

Kennedy, Darrel

Arms
Argent on a chevron Gules between in chief two cross-crosslets fitchy Sable and in base a bull's head cabossed proper, a Bible expanded proper bindings and fore-edges Or, surmounted with a crescent Sable
Crest
A dolphin hauriant parted per fess Or and Vert
Motto
Thoughtful Speech or Silence
Authority
Matriculated in the Court of the Lord Lyon, 4 September 1989, vol.70, page 70. Registered by the Chief Herald of Canada, 31 January 1995.
Notes

Artist: Gordon Macpherson.

Kent, Barrie Harcourt†

Arms
Barry wavy of eight Argent and Azure on a pile Gules an annulet Or
Crest
A demi-horse Argent charged on the body with two bars Gules
Motto
Deo Vitae et Artium Fonti Laus (Praise the Lord for Life and Art)
Authority
The College of Arms, 24 July 1953.

Krause, David

Arms
Checky Gules and Azure on a chevron Or between three roses Argent barbed and seeded proper five torteaux
Crest
A cricket statant checky Gules and Azure the antennae Gules legged with the thorax enfiling a plain collar and holding in the dexter foreleg a balance Or
Motto
Watching Over
Authority
The College of Arms 16 May 2002.
Notes

For a badge: Within a wreath of roses Argent barbed and seeded proper leaved Vert a boar's head sans tongue couped behind the ears Or and holding in the mouth a torteaux.

Kurrild-Klitgaard, Peter

Arms
Per fess and per bend sinister Azure and Argent in dexter chief a five-pointed star Argent
Crest
Two eagle's wings displayed Azure each charged with a five-pointed star Argent
Motto
Pax, Libertas Et Suum Cuique (Peace, Freedom And To Each His Own)
Authority
The State Herald of South Africa, 11 November 1999.