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.

Storey, Harold

Arms
Or three galleys with sails set Sable within an orle of eight oak leaves Vert
Crest
In front of a closed book Vert edged Or two quill pens in saltire Sable
Motto
Sceal Fior (A True Story)
Authority
The Chief Herald of Ireland, 16 August 1979.
Notes

Artist: H Ellis Tomlinsin.

Stuart, Norton

Arms
Or a fess chequy Azure and Argent cotised flory outwards Gules
Crest
A sea-lion sejant erect Gules armed langued queued and finned Azure grasping in its paws an escutcheon charged as in the arms
Motto
Stat Fortunatus Amico Domino (His Happiness Is Sure Whose Friend Is The Lord)
Authority
Registered by the American College of Heraldry, number 2840, 25 December 2005.
Notes

Artist: Mr Romilly Squire.

Sullivan, Robert

Arms
Sable two Irish broadswords in saltire points upward between in chief a cross-crosslet fitchy, in fess two roses and in base a boar passant all Argent
Crest
The head of a Celtic cross Argent
Motto
Adesto
Authority
The Chief Herald of Ireland 25 November 1998.

Sutherland FSA, Fra' Paul Andrew

Arms
Gules, three mullets Or, on a chief of the Last a battleaxe blade downwards in bend Proper, shaft Sable; a bordure indented Argent, charged in centre chief with a crescent of the First. The arms are placed on a Maltese cross, which is interlaced with a rosary, denoting a Knight of Justice in Solemn Vows in the Order of Malta
Authority
The Court of the Lord Lyon, 18th February 1999 (Lyon Register LXXXlll, 52).
Notes

Artist: David Waterton-Anderson.

Talbot, A Bryan

Arms
Per fess wavy Argent and Gules a sea-lion counterchanged armed and langued Azure
Crest
A demi-talbot rampant Argent langued Azure charged on the shoulder with a mullet Gules and holding in its forepaws a sword Or
Motto
Spiro Aerem Dulcem (Scotland) A Talbot...! A Talbot...! (Ireland)
Authority
Warrant raised by the Office of the Chief Herald of Ireland in November 2003, Volume Z of the 58th Folio. Granted by the Lyon Court, Scotland on the 24th April 2005, 43rd Page of the 87th Volume.
Notes

For a badge: A lymphad Argent the sail charged with a cross-crosslet Gules (Ireland).

Tunesi of Liongam, John

Arms
Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Per chevron Azure and Gules a chevron écimé Or supporting a castle triple towered Argent windows and port of the Second and issuant from the base a mount of six coupeaux of the Fourth, (Tunesi of Liongam); 2nd and 3rd, Barry of eight Or and Gules the head of a Celtic cross between three mullets Argent (Dodds).Guidon: Eight feet in length with rounded end having the St Andrew’s Cross in the hoist, of five tracts of these liveries Or and Azure thereon the crest, videlicet:- in front of a palm tree a dromedary camel couchant Proper, and in the fly in letters Gules the Motto "Ex Ungue Leonem". Pennon: 120 centimetres long of these liveries Or and Azure with the Arms of Tunesi of Liongam quartering Dodds in the hoist bearing the Motto "Ex Ungue Leonem" in two lines counterchanged.
Crest
In front of a palm tree a dromedary camel couchant Proper.
Motto
EX UNGUE LEONEM (The lion shall be known by its claw)
Authority
Court of the Lord Lyon, Crest and Guidon Matriculated 29th September 2000, Pennon granted 27th January 2005

Zundel, Gareth

Arms
Gules in base a rocky mountain Argent issuant there from flames of fire proper in chief two ridged mullets each of six points Or in middle chief point a crescent Argent for difference
Crest
A demi-chamois proper gorged with a wreath Argent and Azure and resting the sinister foreleg on a firesteel proper
Motto
Scandere Ad Astra (To Climb To The Stars) and Ad Verum Scandere Montes (To Climb The Mountains To The Truth)
Authority
Arms documented in the Staatsarchiv for the Canton of Zürich, including Conrad Meyer's Wappenbuch of 1674. Arms and crest granted by The College of Arms, London, 20 June 1983.
Notes

For a badge: A roundel Or enflamed on the outer edge proper thereon a roundel Gules charged throughout with a ridged mullet of six points Or.