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Andrew Edward C. Kelly


Registration number 20100321S


This certifies that the heraldic arms of Andrew Edward C. Kelly borne by his father Francis Graham Kelly are registered and described by the blazon below

Arms: Azure, on a chevron Argent between in chief a lion rampant double-queued Or and an eagle rising wings elevated and addorsed Or armed Gules holding in its dexter talon a sheaf of arrows points downwards Proper and in base a Chinese dragon Or langued Gules horned and whiskered Argent, the Crux Australis as four stars of seven points and a smaller star of points Azure between a shamrock Vert and a rose Gules barbed Vert seeded Or. Debruised in the lifetime of his father with a label of three points Argent.
Mantling: Azure doubled Or.
Crest: Issuing from a torse of Azure, Argent, and Gules,a lion passant double-queued Or armed Gules holding in its dexter paw a thistle Proper.
Motto: DEI GRATIA
Badge: A Chinese dragon Or langued, horned and whiskered Gules within a strap Sable charged with the motto of the arms Or.

Design rationale

The lion appears in ancestral arms, and is differenced in these arms by adding two tails and changing its color from silver to yellow. The eagle, arrows and Chinese dragon represent his mother's ancestry while the rose, shamrock and scotch thistle in the crest represent his father's ancestry. The Southern Cross is for our being an Australian family.

Registered by

Francis Graham Kelly

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Personal, Ancestral, AU, K

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