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Garry Eugene Bryant


Registration number 20150204F


This certifies that the heraldic arms of Garry Eugene Bryant are registered as an original design and described by the blazon below

Arms: Ermine on a chevron Vert between in chief two swords in saltire points upward Proper pommels and hilts Or and in base a dexter hand fessways couped at the wrist also Proper holding a cross crosslet fitchee Gules a sun in splendour Or.
Crest: A lion passant guardant Or.
Mantling: Gules doubled argent.
Motto: Mar a Chuirtear Bainfear (Reap what is sown)

Rationale

Paternal surname originally was O'Bryan, thus the swords and lion are from the ancient and modern O'Brien arms (armiger is a veteran of the USAF & USA); maternal line from County Donegal, Ireland, and the ermine and cross crosslet fitchee is from the county arms of Donegal. Hand holding cross is purely a Gaelic symbol and the one depicted on shield is the symbol of The Kindred of St. Columcille.

Note

Grant of arms from The Chief Herald of Ireland, Vol. X, folio 33, 31 July 1992.

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