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David Ralph Spence
Grant of a Crest to David Ralph Spence, with differenced Arms for Sarah Margaret Spence, Anne Elizabeth Spence and Christopher David Macduff Spence
January 6, 2003
Vol. IV, p. 260
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A beaver sejant Or on a grassy mound Vert holding a banner of the Arms (Or a lion rampant Gules within a bordure Vert over all a bend nebuly Sable, in dexter chief a canton voided Gules) as granted to him by Letters Patent of the Lord Lyon King of Arms dated the 24th day of September 1973;
The flag makes a reference to Bishop Spence's hobby of flag collecting, and the gold beaver is a Canadian symbol.