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Godfrey Devlin, Baron of Gogar, FRSA, FSA Scot.

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 11th Feb. 2019. Registration No. 0488 (Vol.3). (Lordship & Barony Register)

Arms: Azure, a Celtic cross Or, on a chief of the Second three mullets of the First.

Crest: A griffin segreant Or, armed and beaked Azure.

Motto: Adapt to Succeed.

Grant: Court of the Lord Lyon 8th December 2017 in the Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland upon 115th page of the 74th Volume.

Digital arms rendition by David Allan, Heraldic Artist.

The Arms of Godfrey Devlin, Baron of Gogar, FRSA, FSA Scot.

The armiger is a member of the Scottish Heraldry Society and as such the symbolism associated with the heraldic achievement is important. Key aspects of the arms which have personal importance include:

Tinctures, Azure and Or represent his old school colours and are the favourites of the family.

Motto, 'Adapt to Succeed’ exemplifies the need to be flexible and adaptable in an ever changing environment to achieve one’s aspirations.

Helm, befitting the armiger's degree of Baron.

Crest, the Griffin, perhaps the greatest of mythological creatures, represents the qualities of bravery, courage and leadership to the armiger.

Charges, the main charge is a Celtic cross. Historically this is seen to represent the Ardboe High Cross in County Tyrone the heartland of the Devlin sept.  This reinforces his family's Celtic origins.

The armiger's heir apparent: James R.G. Devlin, Lord of Cowal No.0484
 

 

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