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Alana Cordy-Collins


Registration number 20061204A


This certifies that the heraldic arms of Alana Cordy-Collins are registered as an original design and are described by the blazon below

Arms: Quarterly, 1st & 4th, Vert, a bull passant Or, armed and unguled Gules; 2nd & 3rd, Purpure, a chevron Ermine; overall, in the middle, a crescent Or, for difference.
Crest: A cat's head erased Or, holding in the mouth a mouse Argent.
Mantling: Dexter Purpure, sinister Vert, both doubled Or.
Motto: In Scientia Veritas in Arte Pulchritas


Registrations

2004 American College of Heraldry #2580

Biographical information

Professor of anthropology at the University of San Diego.

Design rationale

The 1st and 4th quarters are assumed arms for a Cordy family of Gloucestershire, England. The 2nd & 3rd quarters are assumed arms for a Shaw family, also from Gloucestershire. Thomas Cordy (1784-1867) and Elizabeth Shaw (1816-1893) had five children out of wedlock before eventually marrying in 1864. The children originally used the surname Shaw before later taking the surname of their father.

Registered by

Arian Collins

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Personal, Original, US, C

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