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

Paganuzzi, Gian Carlo

Arms
Ermine a Chevron Gules between three Crosses bottony Azure each surmounted by a Leopard's Face Or
Crest
Upon a Helm with a Wreath Argent and Gules Issuing from the Capital of a fluted Ionic Column Or a demi Dragon Gules holding in the dexter claws a Scroll Argent. Mantling: Gules lined Argent.
Motto
Veritas Atque Bonitas Vincent (Truth And Goodness Will Conquer)
Authority
The College of Arms, 19th July 2013. The agent was Mr T Duke (Chester Herald).
Notes

For a badge: A Cross bottony Azure surmounted by a Leopard's Face Or.
The artist who painted the letters patent was Mr Robert John Parsons MBE.
The text was scrivened by the Clerk of the Records, Mr Keith Alexander Evans MVO.

Palgrave, Derek

Arms
Azure a cross embattled conjoined with a bordure also embattled Argent in the Azure four lions rampant Argent
Crest
A bittern booming Azure beaked, legged and having looped about its neck a polyanion chain of phosphate tetrahedra reflexed over the back Or
Motto
Contendere Semper
Authority
The College of Arms, 15 March 1982.

Phillips, David

Arms
Gyronny wavy of sixteen Argent and Sable an estoil of eight points Gules
Crest
A horse's head Sable the muzzle and tips of the ears Argent in the mouth a billet tenné charged with a fess vair
Motto
All Truths Wait In All Things
Authority
The College of Arms 3 November 1993.

Plowman, Stephen

Arms
Argent three anchors Sable each entwined by a serpent Gules on a chief enarched nebuly Azure three martlets rising Or
Crest
Within a circlet of crosses each cross having seven triangular arms each arm terminating in two points Argent a demi-savage wreathed about the waist and head with laurel leaves holding in his dexter hand a sword erect proper quillons hilt and pommel Or and in his sinister hand a shepherd's crook proper
Motto
Custodite et Ducite (Guard and Guide)
Authority
The College of Arms, 24 May 1993.

Porter, Kenneth

Arms
Per pall Ermine Or and Gules in chief a computer ferrite core memory store matrix also Gules and in base two bells counterchanged
Crest
A demi-maiden in profile proper vested Ermine crined Or holding in the dexter hand bendwise across the right shoulder a staff terminating in a fleur-de-lis Gules pendent from the upper end a triangular pennon Or and resting the sinister hand on a bell Gules
Motto
Animus Supremus Est
Authority
The College of Arms, 1 January 1986.
Notes

Artist: Romilly Squire.

Powys-Lybbe, Timothy F

Arms
Quarterly, 1st & 4th Ermine a bend between two lions rampant gules [Lybbe] 2nd & 3rd Or a Lion's Gamb bendwise between two Cross crosslets fitchy Gules [Powys]
Crest
1) On a wreath an arm embowed in mail and holding a halbert erect proper [Lybbe], (2) On a Wreath A Lion's Gamb erased erect Gules holding a staff ensigned with a Fleur de Lis Or [Powys]
Authority
These impartible arms granted by Royal Licence on 12th April 1907 to Reginald Cecil Lybbe Powys-Lybbe, being arranged through the College of Arms. Powys arms granted by Edward Bysshe, Clarenceux, c. 1661-3.

Purvis, Chris

Arms
Argent a demi Ellipse issuant from the dexter Azure surmounting in the centre a like demi Ellipse issuant from the sinister thereon in fess three Pallets the top and upper part of each conjoined to an Annulet all counterchanged. Crest Upon a Helm with a Wreath Argent and Azure Within a Circlet of Pallets the top and upper part of each conjoined to an Annulet Argent a demi Stag Or supporting between the legs a like Pallet Argent. Mantling Azure double Argent
Motto
I Purvey All
Authority
The College of Arms on 3 August 2012 and the agent was Robert Noel, Lancaster Herald.
Notes

Artist: Alison Hill.

 

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