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William George Ludlow

Verdun, Quebec
Registration of Arms
December 19, 1990
Vol. II, p. 59

Arms of William George Ludlow

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Argent on a chevron between in chief a round buckle between two lions' heads erased Gules langued Azure and in base a fox's head erased Sable langued Gules a sexfoil Argent;


A demi lion rampant Sable holding in its paws a nine flamed grenade Or;


TUA PRINCIPIA SUSTINE. This Latin phrase means "Maintain your principles".


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