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Thomas E Hougas

Registration number 20150215B

This certifies that the heraldic arms of Thomas E Hougas are registered as an original design and described by the blazon below

Arms: Argent a boar rampant Sable armed Gules gorged with a collar Azure edged and buckled Or.
Crest: A boars head coupled Sable armed Gules, in its mouth a thistle with bee alit on the blossom both Proper.
Mantling: Sable doubled Argent
Motto: Graced By God


These arms are assumed and original to the armiger - for his Scottish side of Ferguson. The Boar represents the armiger's strength while the collar and chain represents the bondage of this world in which he drags around. All though free, the weight drags as a reminder of who the armiger is. He is only free by the grace of God, hench the motto "Graced By God" as a reminder. The three buckles are to represent the head of the armiger's life and his buckler the Father, Son and Holy Ghost of God, his redeemer and friend. The thistle in the boar's mouth represents that life will be sweeter after the pains of difficulties of life. Just hold on.

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Thomas Hougas


Personal, Original, US, H

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