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

Battistuzzo-Cremonini, Nob. Gaspare

Arms
Quarterly, 1st and 4th: Argent a cypress Proper upon a terrain Azure; 2nd and 3rd: Per pale Azure and Or two roses in fess Gules.
Crest
Two Nobles' helms affronty, on each a wreath Or Gules and Azure, thereon an Italian 'Nobile' Coronet.
Motto
Dal Refrigerio Punto (Pricked by Refreshing)
Authority
Certified (as a recognition of pre-existing arms used by the family) by the Cronista Rey de Armas de Castilla y Leòn, S.E. Don Alfonso de Ceballos-Escalera y de Gila, Marquess of La Floresta, in Segovia (Spain) on 30th April 2021
Notes

Artist: Prof. Nob. Andrea Borella

Beaver, Revd Dr William

Arms
Azure a cross moline Or between four clouds Argent irradiated Or
Crest
On a wreath Argent and Azure; A demi-beaver Azure collared and chained holding in its forepaws a cross moline Or
Motto
Luce et caritate crescam (May I grow in light and kindness)
Notes

Badge: A sun in splendour Or charged with a cross moline Azure
Artist: John Ferguson FHS FSHA

Berry, J Michael

Arms
Or a cross moline between four roundels azure a chief ermine all within a bordure gyronny of sixteen sable and gules
Crest
A raven sable beaked and legged gules in the beak a roundel azure around the neck a lanyard of chain or leading and attaching itself to a cross moline azure supported by the dexter claws
Motto
Prorsus Sursumque (Onwards and Upwards)
Authority
The College of Arms, Robert Noel, Lancaster Herald, 8 April 2014.

Bibaud, Roger

Arms
Per pale Gules and Azure, two Baud hounds combatant Or supporting a sword Argent hilt and pommel Or
Crest
A demi-griffin Gules armed winged and holding a lightning bolt Azure rayonné Or
Motto
JUSTUS ET FIDELIS; This Latin phrase, meaning “Just and faithful”, reflects the aspiration of Mr. Bibaud to do what is right while remaining faithful to his superiors and subordinates alike
Authority
Canadian Heraldic Authority Grant of Arms and Badge October 20, 2016 (https://reg.gg.ca/heraldry/pub-reg/project-pic.asp?lang=e&ProjectID=2841&ProjectElementID=9992)

Bines, Jeffrey

Arms
Sable semy of Anthemions Argent on a chevron rompu of the second five Anthemion buds of the first
Crest
A demi horse Argent holding between its forelegs an open fan also Argent charged with a fesse enarched barry of three Azure Or and Gules
Motto
HOMO SEDITIOSUS VINCIT
Authority
Granted 25th August 1996

Bingham, James Alexander

Arms
Azure; a ram's head caboosed Proper armed Or in chief three crosses pattée of the Last.
Crest
A barn owl alighting wings elevated Proper
Motto
GLENGARRELL
Authority
Court of the Lord Lyon 3 June 2015 (Public Register of all Arms and Bearings in Scotland, Vol 121 Folio 88.
Notes

As Director of Ceremonies of the Priory of Scotland of the Order of St John, the additament of Two batons in saltire Sable their ends Gules fimbriated Argent was granted by the Lord Lyon King of Arms on 6 September 2019.

Birtwistle, David

Arms
Per pale dancetty Argent & Sable a Sword erect the blade enflamed proper pommel and hilt Or between two Flaunches counterchanged
Crest
On a Wreath Argent & Gules A demi-Dragon armed & langued Gules grasping in the dexter claw a Cross Crosslett Fitche Or and resting the sinister claw on a Rose Gules barbed and seeded proper
Motto
Sapientia Crescito Veritas Polleto (Let Knowledge Increase and Truth Prevail)
Authority
The College of Arms, 15 May 1975.

Boulton, D’Arcy Jonathan Dacre DPhil FRHSC AIH FSA FHS

Arms
Quarterly, first and fourth Azure, three bird-bolts in pale fesswise heads to the sinister Or (for Boulton) Second Argent, on a chevron Vert between three bugle-horns Sable a crescent of the First for difference (for Forster); Third, Gules two lions passant Argent debruised by a bendlet Ermine for difference (for Strange).
Crest
On the Helm of an Esquire with a collar-band of demi-maple-leaves, a lip-band of demi-roses and a single bar Or, set in a Military Loyalist's Coronet Argent, a tun fesswise transfixed with a bird-bolt palewise Or, thereon a gryphon statant tail extended Azure, langued Gules and armed Argent gorged with a crown pallisado and therefrom a chain reflected over its back also Argent.
Motto
Above the crest: Perilleuse et precieuse. Base motto: Sagittae viam monstrant
Authority
College of Arms June 18 1974
Notes

Artist: D'Arcy Boulton
Badge: A sprig of arrowhead (sagitta latifolia) proper, showing three leaves and two flowers, arising from a formalized pond, barry wavy of five, Azure and Argent.

Brim-DeForest FSA Scot FRAI of Balvaird Castle, Brady

Arms
Parted per chevron Gules and Argent, two acorns slipped Or and in base a fleur-de-lys Azure.
Crest
A demi lion rampant Or armed and langued Azure holding in its paws a swallow tailed Pennon Azure charged with a cross pattée Argent.
Motto
Un Cran Plus Loin ("One Step Further")
Authority
Granted in the Court of the Lord Lyon, Scotland, 14th January 2020, Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland (Page 97, Volume 93).
Notes

For a pennon: Two tracts of Gules and Argent with the Arms in the hoist and the motto in two lines counterchanged.
Artist: Carlos Navarro.

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.

 

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