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Jay Lee Doland


Registration number 20060215G


This certifies that the heraldic arms of Jay Lee Doland are registered as an original design and are described by the blazon below

Arms: Vert, an oak tree eradicated Argent, on a chief Or, between two trefoils Vert, a lion's head erased Gules.
Crest: On a wreath Or and Vert, a lion's head erased Or, langued Gules.
Motto: Truth, Compassion, Courage.




Biographical note:

I live in Iliamna, Alaska. I am a retired licensed funeral director. My interests are in heraldry, fishing, hunting, and reading. I am a life member of the American College of Heraldry, a knight of the Order of the Noble Companions of the Swan, Member of the Augustan Society, and a Honorary member of the Russian College of Heraldry.

Registrations

2005 The Augustan Society, Inc.
2004 The Russian College of Heraldry
2004 The American College of Heraldry #2489
2006 Burke's Peerage & Gentry International Register of Arms #0005
2006 New England Historic Genealogical Society

Design rationale

The trefoils (shamrocks) represent the orgins of the Doland family who imigrated from Ireland to the United States in 1840. The Oak tree represents the strength and fortitude of the family over the years. The Vert is representative of the Catholic past of the family in Ireland and it's service to the church. The Or lion (crest) corelates to the compassion and generosity of the family over the decades. Lastly, the lion Gules is a reminder of a family who had a warrior past.

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Armiger

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Personal, Original, US, D

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