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David Lee Rogers


Registration number 20150316B


This certifies that the heraldic arms of David Lee Rogers are registered as an original design and described by the blazon below

Arms: Azure a bend Buff between in chief a carpenter's square and in base an apple Or.
Crest: Two keys in saltire Or encircled by a laurel wreath Vert.

Rationale

The azure represents loyalty in public service as that is a long family tradition (military and civil) for over 150 years. Being an American family, it is crossed by the bend buff, a unique color in American heraldry through The Institute of Heraldry (US Army). It represents the family's span from sea to sea, exploration of the West, and the symbol of boundless potential whether on land, in the air, or at sea. The carpenter's square represents the family dedication to excellence and skill. The apple is a symbol of those in the family who not only serve, but pass that knowledge onto others in future generations. For the crest, the keys represent a hallmark of the family tradition in keeping those things entrusted secure while the laurel represents the equally peaceful nature and valor of the traits taught within the family to future generations.

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Jeffrey William Rogers

Categories

Personal, Original, United States of America, R

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