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Thomas Weldon Ward


Registration number 20060515O


This certifies that the heraldic arms of Thomas Weldon Ward are registered as an original design and are described by the blazon below

Arms: Argent, on a chevron Azure a Calvary cross on three degrees between two bells Or, in chief a three masted galley in full sail Proper sails Argent flag and pennants Gules, in base a thistle slipped and leaved proper.
Crest: A martlet Sable.
Motto: LORD LET GLASGOW FLOURISH


Registrations

2003 The American College of Heraldry #2414

Design rationale

The Argent of the shield signifies purity. The chevron signifies protection. The cross signifies my belief in Jesus the Lord. The bells signfy the two southern bells in my life, my wife and daughter. The galley signifies my ancestors coming to the colonies. The thistle signifies my scottish ancestry. The martlet is used to represent a martin, a bird very simular to a martlet,and therefore represents my Martin ancestry and my connection to the Clan Cameron.

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