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.

Archived Members

Gadd, Ronald Patrick †

Arms
Argent a goose volant Gules beaked & legged Or on a chief nebuly Gules two Quill pens in saltire Argent penned Or between as many Gads of steel also Argent
Crest
Out of a circlet of shamrock slipped Vert a demi-Griffin Or beaked & langued Gules holding between its claws a Gad of Steel Argent
Motto
At spes solamen (Hope is my Solace)
Authority
Granted 27th August 1982 (College of Arms)
Notes

Obiit 2021.

Galles, Duane

Arms
Barry wavy of six Azure and Argent a cock Gules crested, beaked, jellopped and armed Or a bordure of the last for difference
Crest
A tower Sable masoned, window and port Argent surmounted by a mullet of six points of the second
Motto
Speravimus Sperabimus (We Hoped, We Shall Hope)
Authority
Matriculated in the Court of the Lord Lyon, 6 February 1995. Lyon Register vol.74, folio 24.

Garrison, David Lacey †

Arms
Argent a dragon Vert forefeet and wings Or armed Gules breathing fire proper grasping in its dexter foreclaw a long cross also Or and its sinister foreclaw a mullet Argent
Crest
A pelican vulning Azure the breast charged with a mullet Argent
Motto
Virtutis Sola Nobilitat
Authority
The Court of the Lord Lyon, 22 January 2001.
Notes

For a badge: Issuing from the bottom half of a broken egg Argent a dragon Vert the forelegs undersides of wings and belly Or armed and barbed Gules and breathing flames of fire proper holding between the claws a mullet Argent.
Obiit 2007.

Garvey, Andrew Martin

Arms
Ermine two chevronels between three crosses formy and conjoined to a bordure Gules
Crest
In front of an heraldic dolphin bendwise Sable a like dolphin bendwise sinister Gules tails enfiling a coronet Or
Motto
Sis Justus Nec Timeas (Be Just, Fear Not)
Authority
The College of Arms, 28 January 2000.
Notes

Artist: Christopher Collins.

Gaylor, John Hamilton

Arms
Per fess Argent and Gules a dance flory parted per dance Sable and Argent
Crest
A demi griffin Sable armed Or holding a key palewise its wards in chief and to the sinister proper
Motto
Staturam Metire (Measure Stature)
Authority
The Court of the Lord Lyon, 16 November 1978.
Notes

Artist: John Hamilton Gaylor.

Giffin, The Right Rev’d Robert Todd

Arms
Azure on a fess cottised Argent two mullets Gules in chief a hound and in base a coney both courant of the Second.
Crest
A coney sejant Argent bearing between the forepaws a rose Gules.
Motto
Deo Duce Perseverandum "God Our Leader, We Will Persevere"
Authority
The Chief Herald of Ireland, 1st November 2013 in Vol. Aa; Fol. 52.

Goulty, George Arthur

Arms
Or gutte de poix a chevron Sable on a chief also Sable three fleur-de-lis Or
Crest
Out of a coronet composed of eight pairs of dividers set upon a rim Or a rock Sable thereon a beaver proper
Motto
Gutta Cavat Lapidem
Authority
The College of Arms, 1 September 1961.

Greenhill, Peter

Arms
Per chevron Gules and Vert three oval buckles two and one their double tongues upward Argent
Crest
Between two grassy hillocks proper a garb Or banded of a strap Gules
Motto
Unus Et Idem (One And The Same)
Authority
The College of Arms, 29 October 1985.
Notes

For a badge: On a pomeis fimbriated Argent an oval buckle with double tongues upward also Argent. Artist: Denis Field.
Obiit 2022

 

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