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Last Update: 19/02/2020

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R. Kevin Lindsay

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 18th February 2020. Registration No. 0537. (Vol.3)

Arms: Gules, a fess chequy Argent and Azure, in chief two crosses bottonée and in base an anchor of the Second, all within a bordure Or.

Crest: A sea-horse erect Or tailed Vert supporting a Catherine wheel Sable.

Motto: Forbear To Judge.

Matriculation: Court of the Lord Lyon, 12 Jul 2004, vol. 85, p. 94 [arms only without crest or motto].

Registration: American College of Heraldry, 27 Jan 2017, reg. no. 3905 [full achievement].

Further Registration: Committee on Heraldry, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 21 Mar 2017 [full achievement].

The Arms of Russell Kevin Lindsay

The artwork depicted was digitally rendered by David Allan.

The arms are a matriculation of a Scottish grant for and in memory of the armiger's fifth great-grandfather John Lindsay, a planter residing in the Province of Maryland prior to the American Revolution. His arms are blazoned: Gules, a fess chequy Argent and Azure, in chief two crosses bottonée and in base a garb of the Second.

As those arms descended twice through younger sons, they were consequently differenced. The first difference was the addition of a bordure Or for a second son, while for the second difference the garb was replaced by an anchor for an indeterminate fourth or fifth son.

The crest and motto were not granted but instead were assumed by the armiger in the USA at a later date. The motto is taken from Shakespeare's 2 Henry VI (III.iii): "Forbear to judge, for we are sinners all."

 

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