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Sidney Warren Gaddy


Registration number 20061114B


This certifies that the heraldic arms of Sidney Warren Gaddy are registered as an original design and are described by the blazon below

Arms: Gules, two trumpets in saltire bells in base Or, between in chief a sprig of oak of three leaves and two acorns and in the dexter and sinister flanks and in base a billet all Argent, the whole within a bordure Or.
Crest: A tower Argent masoned Sable and flotant from a staff Argent a banner Gules charged throughout with a lightening flash in bend point in sinister base Or.
Mantling: Gules doubled Or
Motto: Ever Onward




Biographical information

BS Aerospace Engineering; MA Management; Lt. Colonel USAR (Ret); Retired Federal Employee; Certified Project Manager (CPM); Fellow, Society of Antiquaries of Scotland (FSA SCOT); Member of Sons of Union Veterans, Sons of American Revolution, Military Order of the Loyal Legion, VFW, Reserve Officers' Association, Air Defense Artillery Association, Ancient Order of St. Barbara, Clan Scott Society

Registration

1995 American College of Heraldry #1295
2002 The South African Bureau of Heraldry

Design rationale

I am a retired Air Defense Artillery Officer, and the Red and Gold reflect that Branch's colors. The Trumpets represent my lifelong avocation, playing trumpet and bugle in a variety of venues. The oak leaves and acorns are a family tradition, and a silver oak leaf is the badge of my retired rank (Lt. Colonel). The three billets (Gads) are a pun on the family name, and a nod toward the Canting Arms sometimes used in the family. The Crest represents Saint Barbara, the Patron Saint of Artillerymen (I am a proud member of the Air Defense Artillery Order of Saint Barbara). The motto reflects another family tradition and the coincidental meaning of the word "Gaddy", i.e. "one who moves on".

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Armiger

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Personal, Original, US, G

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