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.

Woolf, Dr David Andrew

Arms
Murrey a Snow Wolf's Head erased proper on a Chief Argent a Boar's Head coupes at the neck between two Fleurs de Lys Azure
Crest
Helm with a Wreath Argent and Azure Upon a Closed Book Murrey Garnished Or leaved proper a Snow Wolf secant erect proper holding in the sinister forepaw a Rose Argent barbed seeded slipped and leaved proper
Motto
Fides et Ratio
Authority
College of Arms Reference: Grants 179/81. Agent: Lancaster Herald in Ordinary (Robert Noel). Granted: 2nd October 2015.

Wright, Charles Ferguson Melville

Arms
Sable on a chevron Argent three spears' heads Gules in chief two unicorns' heads erased Argent armed and maned Or in base on a pile of the last issuant from the chevron a unicorn's head erased of the first
Crest
A unicorn's head argent erased and charged upon the neck with three spears' heads chevronwise Gules armed and crined Or
Motto
Ad Rem (To the Point)
Authority
Arms granted by Sir George Nayler, Garter, and Edmund Lodge, Norroy, to Samuel Wright of Gunthorpe, Notts and to the other descendants of his grandfather, Ichabod Wright of Nottingham.
Notes

The crest was granted in 1845 to Francis Wright of Osmaston, Derbys, and his brother Marcus, British Consul at Wiborg in the Grand Duchy of Finland. The original grant was, for a crest, "Out of a crescent Or a unicorn's head Argent erased Gules armed and maned of the first"

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.