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Eric Joseph Hall


Registration number 20060908D


This certifies that the heraldic arms of Eric Joseph Hall are registered as an original design and are described by the blazon below

Arms: Argent a bend cottised Gules overall a cross patriarchal Sable.
Crest: A rose between a pair of wings proper.
Motto: Vise a la fin (True to the End)


Biographical note

Graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University. Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do.

Design Rationale

Pierre Perdeux of Anjou France b.1585 bore the arms Argent a bend guiles an overcross patriarchal sable. (Institute of Genealogical Research, Registration no. 17-K-258) While my last name is Hall, I do have the geneaological proof that my grandfather was born Alonzo Perdue, and changed his name at an early age when his mother married a man named Hall. Indeed I am a direct descendant in an unnbroken line of males of Pierre Perdeux. Unfortunately at a later date in Ireland these armes were duplicated by a man named Rorke. Since twelve generations of differencing would leave the arms looking cluttered anyway, I decided to difference the arms in a manner that would also resolve the conflict with Rorke.

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