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Larry Meadows Broadfoot


Registration number 20080712A


This certifies that the heraldic arms of Larry Meadows Broadfoot which honor his 4th great grandfather William Broadfoot from Cruggleton are registered and described by the blazon below

Arms: Argent a pair of Flaunches Sable five Pellets in chief the first and last parted along the arcs of the Flaunches and counterchanged within (for difference) a Bordure quarterly Gules and Or.
Crest: A Demi-griffin Or armed and membered Gules.
Motto: The Brae Is Braid (The Hill Is Broad).
Badge: A stylized Thistle proper showing leaves but no stem with an arc of five pellets above the bloom and of like tincture.




Biographical information

Armiger b. 3 May 1937, Longview, TX; moved to Vidalia, GA, 1948; Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, Bachelor of Industrial Engineering 1960; Walter F. George School of Law of Mercer University, Macon, GA, Juris Doctor 1967; law practice Dublin, GA; Vidalia, GA 1972; retired 1992.

Descent from honored armiger

  • Father: William Clifton Broadfoot, 1899-1981, death Vidalia, GA
  • GFather: William Gasque Broadfoot, 1866-1948, death Longview, TX
  • 1GGFather: Peter Donaldson Broadfoot, 1833-1900, death near Burns, MS
  • 2GGFather: William Broadfoot, ca. 1780-ca. 1860, death near Burns, MS
  • 3GGFather: William Broadfoot, b. ????-1819, death near Inch near Cruggleton, Scotland
  • 4GGFather: William Broadfoot, b. late 1600s or early 1700s d. near Cruggleton Church in Galloway, Scotland


Design rationale

In the Scottish tradition the memorial arms of his 4th great grand-father, William Broadfoot, are placed within a bordure.

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