Registration number 20071002B
This certifies that the heraldic arms of Kenneth Harry White are registered as an original design and described by the blazon below
These arms represent; my Ulster-Scots Heritage. The White (peace and sincerity) represents; my sincere hope for lasting peace in Northern Ireland. (St. Andrew's cross in red) represents; my families blood ties to Scotland. The Red Hand represents; the symbol of Ulster. The Red Rose (grace and beauty) represents; my wife, Linda F. White née Webb, a descendant of the Webb’s of Germany. The Shamrock surmounted by two clay pipes in saltire represents; my maternal grandmother Delsie M. Baggett née Ferrell, a descendant of the O’Farrell's of Ireland. The Thistle slipped and leaved proper represents; my paternal ancestor who left Scotland, to settle in Northern Ireland, and then on to the United States. The Griffin Crest represents; my favorite legendary creature with the head, beak and wings of an eagle, and the body of a lion. The motto, “De Dieu Tout” ( From God everything ) represents; my Christian faith. The motto above the arms is the traditional Scottish style.
During research of my families paternal line it was found that there were no granted Arms to any individual that I identified. So I decided to create my own Coat of Arms which would be assumed and registered by my children and their descendants. The design was finalized on October 2, 2007.