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Jourdan Louranse Lourdes Devereaux

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 15 Oct. 2018. Registration No. 0469 (Vol.3).

Arms: Or, a raccoon passant proper along waters in base of three bars wavy Azure, Argent and Azure on a chief Azure two anchors in saltire Or between two fleurs-de-lys Argent. 

Crest: A Spotted Hyena’s head affronte couped at the neck proper.

Motto: C'est Tout Ben

Private Registration: June 3rd, 2018, American College of Heraldry.

Assumed: United States of America, June 3rd, 2018

Rendition by Brian O'Rielly

The Arms of Jourdan Louranse Lourdes Devereaux

The motto, C'est Tout Ben, is River Creole French meaning "It's all good." The armiger is the youngest living speaker of "Missouri French," also known as River Creole French, and the design of his arms has been chosen to represent that heritage as well as his personal descent.

The fleur-de-lys represent the armiger’s French-Canadian roots, the origins of his ancestors who first arrived as explorers of the Louisiana territory in the 1700's.

The Bookplate of Jourdan Louranse Lourdes Devereaux

The raccoon and the hyena (chat sauvage and bouki) are important animals in Missouri French folklore. The hyena specifically was chosen for its aggression, and the raccoon for its curiosity. The waters represent a life grown up along the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers, as well as representing the armiger’s adult life being spent on the island nations of Britain and Malta.

The golden anchors in saltire represent the receipt of the honorific of 'Nebraska Admiral'; awarded, for his efforts in preserving River Creole French, by Pete Ricketts, 40th Governor of Nebraska.

Bookplate and Standard by Björn Fridén

The Standard of Jourdan Louranse Lourdes Devereaux

 
 

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