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John Crimine


Registration number 20150604A


This certifies that the heraldic arms of John Crimine which are created in his honor and conveyed to his descendants are registered and described by the blazon below

Arms: Or a whitethorn tree in flower eradicated proper and on a chief Vert three garbs of the field.
Crest: On a wreath Or and Vert a demi-stag springing Argent gorged with an antique crown, attired and hoofed Or.
Motto: Reviresco (I flourish again)

Rationale

Whitethorn tree recalls St. Olan's Well at Aghabullogue, Co. Cork, IRE (the armiger's family's place of origin), eradicated to indicate immigration (i.e. torn from native soil) and exposure of ancestral roots; three garbs of wheat symbolize the mythical harvest deity Crom Cruach whose names means "bent stalks" (the Gaelic etymology of my family's name Ó Cruimín means "son[s] of the bent one").

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Timothy Carmain

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