Arms Granted

Some articles on arms, granted, arms granted:

Saint Patrick's Saltire - Modern Use of The Flag - In Heraldry
... saltire gules on a white field was used in the arms adopted by various Irish organisations, and some outside Ireland ... The arms of Trinity College Dublin show two flags, a red cross on white and a red saltire on white, which Hayes-McCoy and Galloway interpret as representing England and Ireland ... The arms were granted by Arthur Vicars in 1901, based on a 1612 seal showing uncoloured cross and saltire flags ...
Swedish Heraldry - Regional Heraldry
... and 290 municipalities (kommun) has its own coat of arms ... etc.) retain the respective province's coat of arms, while the redistricting of other lands has been reflected heraldically (e.g ... occupying parts of Hälsingland and Gästrikland, bears their arms quarterly) ...
Arthur Charles Fox-Davies - Name and Arms of Fox-Davies
... Davies nor the Fox families were entitled to bear a coat of arms ... and genealogical subjects, he organised grants of arms to his father and in respect of the family of his mother ... The arms granted to his father on 26 December 1905 were a plain (not quartered) coat for all the descendants of the grantee's own father Charles Davies (Fox-Davies' paternal grandfather) ...
List Of Arms Of The County Councils Of England - Background
... Under heraldic law in England, arms are not granted to places as such, but only to the corporate bodies that govern them ... Accordingly, although arms and devices were associated with counties from the eighteenth century onward, there were no official grants until the ... defrayed by the Duke of Norfolk, titular head of the College of Arms, who was also first chairman of the county council ...

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