Brian Gaylord Jeffs

Registration number 20060215I

This certifies that the heraldic arms of Brian Gaylord Jeffs are registered as an original design and are described by the blazon below

Arms: Ermine, a geologist's rock hammer bendwise Proper, a border Sable with 13 bezants visible, on a chief invected Or, a Tudor Rose between 2 trefoils Vert
Crest: On a wreath Or and Sable between a stag’s antlers Or, a delta inverted Azure charged with a fess Argent.
Motto: INQUIRO ET INVENIO (Search and Discover)


2000 The American College of Heraldry #1967
2002 South African Bureau of Heraldry #3303

Design rationale

The rock hammer represents Brian’s profession as a geologist, and the two clovers (trefoils) represent Brian and Janet Lynn (Sheridan) his wife. His daughter Brenna Lynn is represented as a Tudor rose. The ermine (Jeffs) and gold (Or) and the trefoils (Sheridan) are from Arms of unrelated Jeffs’ and Sheridan’s.

The crest is an inverted solid Delta, a symbol used to denote the water-table and represents Brian’s career in hydrogeology. The stag’s antlers suggest Brian’s love of hunting and the natural world.

Registered by



Personal, Original, US, J


Roll of Arms