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Orlando Ivan Benedict


Registration number 20071212J


This certifies that the heraldic arms of Orlando Ivan Benedict are registered as an original design and are described by the blazon below

Arms: Quarterly. 1st & 4th Gules, a lion rampant Or, armed and langued Azure, holding in its forepaws a battle ax Or, accompanied in chief with a fleam between two oak leaves Argent. 2nd & 3rd Argent, between four pomeis (roundels Vert), a Celtic cross flory broad-circular voided Azure, with another pomey within its voided centre.
Motto: Good fight for God and right
Badge: A lion Vert holding in its forepaws a battle-ax Or, on the top sinister background (over the tail) a Maltese cross Argent.




Registrations (1st and 4th quarters)

1998 American College of Heraldry
1999 Augustan Society
2002 Russian College of Heraldry

Biographical information

Forty-nine year-old physician in private practice and teaching, lieutenant colonel US Army Reserve, Knight of Malta (SMOM), Knight of St Lazarus (KLJ), member Amercan College of Heraldry, Augustan Society, American Heraldry Society, Who's Who in America.

Design rationale

Lion and oak leaves stand for military achievement. Fleam for medical-surgical profession. White for purity and designed celtic cross for faith and Norman heritage.

Registered by

Armiger

Categories

Personal, Original, US, B

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