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Mark Hayball


Registration number 20100321Y


This certifies that the heraldic arms of Mark Hayball are registered as an original design and are described by the blazon below

Arms: Per pale Argent and Azure in fess two fleurs-de-lis between in chief three eagles displayed and in base one eagle displayed all counterchanged.
Crest: On a wreath Argent and Azure, two wyverns accosted Gules each with a claw upon a football Proper, the wyverns charged on the wing with a cross potent quadrate Argent.
Mottoes: Certavi et vici (I have fought and conquered); Amicis semper fidelis (Always faithful to my friends)



Biographical information

Mark Hayball was born in 1964 in Barnet, Hertfordshire, UK. Throughout a lifetime of public service, he enlisted both in the Royal Military Police and Royal Air Force Reserves. Mark was appointed a special advisor to Senior Members of HM Government and was elected as a Councillor within the London Borough of Barnet. Mark is a descendant of a Knight Companion of the Most Noble Order of the Garter and is a member of British Royal Chivalric Orders in the rank of Member of the Most Venerable Order of St John of Jerusalem appointed for service to political and public life. Mark has also seen royal service as a Member of the Guild of Stewards at HM Palace, Windsor Castle.

Design rationale

The eagles symbolise strength, farsightedness and courage. These are all qualities the armiger has displayed in the various senior roles held throughout his life in the government and military. The fleurs-de-lis pay tribute to an ancestor who was a Knight Commander of the Most Noble Order of the Garter. The wyverns and football in the crest symbolizes his close links with Leyton Orient Football Club. Mark's Great Grandfather Frederick Parker, was instrumental in discussions with British Liberal Prime Minister Herbert Asquith, the 1st Earl of Oxford, in relation to the formation of Footballers' Battalion. Frederick went on to serve as both captain of the then Clapton Orient Football Club as well as being the first footballer in the UK to join the Footballers' Battalion of the 17th Middlesex Regiment in 1915. The crosses on the wyverns symbolize being an elected Member of the Council of the London Borough of Barnet between 1994 and 1998.

Registered by

Mark Hayball and Michael Swanson

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Personal, Original, UK, H

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