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Jean Michel Pelletier
Grant of differenced Arms
January 10, 1990
Vol. I, p. 74
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Differenced Arms for Jean Michel Pelletier, son of Henri Elzear John Burroughs Pelletier
Ermine five maple leaves in chevron proper between three lions rampant Gules a bordure Azure charged with two towers one in chief and one in base and with two fleurs-de-lys one in each flank all Or;
A demi lion Gules holding between the paws a lozenge Ermine two sprigs of maple in saltire proper;
COMBATTEZ EN FACE, meaning "Fight face-to-face";
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