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Judy Gingell

Whitehorse, Yukon
Grant of Arms and Supporters
September 11, 1998
Vol. III, p. 272

Arms of Judy Gingell

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Gules a pallet wavy Azure edged Argent between four bezants in pale on a chief dancetty Azure supported of a filet dancetty Argent a demi sun in splendour issuant Or;


Rising out of a Yukon coronet (an antique crown Gules the rim and spikes edged Argent and garnished of bezants) an open book Argent edged Vert;


Upon a compartment of fireweed proper dexter a crow sinister a wolf Sable Argent and Gules the tail and hindquarters thereof charged respectively with a frog's eye Vert all of which as styled by Clifton Fred;


A Tlingit copper proper decorated to include designs representing salmon, crochet hooks and a fishing hook Sable;


In Southern Tutchone, meaning "Weaving for a better tomorrow".


In general, the symbolism of emblems prior to 2000 does not exist in an appropriate format for the online Register.