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

Collins, Ron

Arms
Azure three Talbots passant Argent each resting the dexter forepaw on a Bezant
Crest
Upon a Helm with a Wreath Argent and Azure Within a Wreath of Oak Leaves fesswise Or a Stag at gaze Gules attired Or Mantled Azure lined Argent
Motto
Noli Libenter Sufferre Insipientes
Authority
Issued by the College of Arms (William Hunt - Windsor Herald) on 24th March 2012.

Connell, Howard

Arms
Per chevron wavy Azure and Argent in chief two doves rising and respectant holding between them in their beaks a knotted cord Argent and in base a long cross Azure
Crest
Within a wreath of two branches holly to the dexter oak to the sinister both fructed proper the stalks tied in base with a ribbon Gules two quill pens in saltire Or tied at the point of intersection with a ribbon Gules
Motto
Give God the Glory
Authority
The College of Arms, 26 February 1998.

Cooker, Tom

Arms
Azure a quintain Or supported by a horse forcene Argent charged on the shoulder with a saltire Gules
Crest
A cuckoo close proper
Motto
An Capall Bán Abú (The White Horse For Ever)
Authority
The Chief Herald of Ireland, 10 December 2005.

Copping, Russ Wayne

Arms
Per bend sinister Sable and Argent a scarp raguly per bend sinister between five cross-crosslets fitchy two and three all counterchanged
Crest
Within an ancient crown Or a demi male griffin Sable armed beaked and rayed Argent holding in the dexter claw a two edged sword erect and in the sinister claw a flash of lightning bendwise Or
Motto
Nil Nisi Bonum (Nothing Unless It Be Good)
Authority
The College of Arms, 1 May 1995.

Cracroft-Brennan, Patrick

Arms
Per chevron Gules and Sable in chief two lions combattant Or and in base a rose Argent barbed and seeded proper all within a bordure engrailled Argent
Crest
A demi lion rampant Or holding a rose Argent barbed and seeded proper
Motto
Servabo Te
Authority
Matriculated in the Court of the Lord Lyon (vol.74, p.8) 5 February 1991

Craig, Dr David Crichton

Arms
Per fess Ermine and Argent on a fess Sable between in chief two millrinds and in base a garb Gules three crescents of the Second
Crest
A tower Sable window and port Gules within a chaplet of hazel leaves Vert
Motto
Vivitur Ingenio
Authority
The Court of the Lord Lyon, 10th August 1982. Register, volume 66, folio 24.

Crawfurd, Anthony Raymond

Arms
Quarterly, first and fourth, Gules on a fess Ermine between three mullets Argent two crescents interlaced of the first; Second, Argent a chevron Gules between three cross-crosslets fitchy Sable; Third, per fess Sable and Argent two lions passant counterchanged armed and langued Gules, the whole within a bordure Sable
Crest
A hawk proper, hooded Gules, belled Or
Motto
Durum Patientia Frango
Authority
Matriculated at the Court of the Lord Lyon, 3 April 1963.
Notes

Artist: Anthony Maxwell.

Crockford, Geoffrey Neil

Arms
Barry wavy of six Or and Azure a pall reversed and in base a lozenge fesswise Gules
Crest
Upon an iceberg proper a salamander passant reguardant Or enflamed proper
Motto
Nec Rogo Fortunae Tutelam (I Do Not Seek The Protection Of Chance)
Authority
The College of Arms, 10 October 2005.

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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