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Edward Marion Chadwick
Registration of Arms
September 20, 2013
Vol. VI, p. 260
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Per pale Gules and Sable within an orle of eight martlets an inescutcheon Argent charged with a cross Gules in the dexter canton thereof a crescent Sable;
A martlet Argent holding in its beak a lily slipped and leaved proper;
IN CANDORE DECUS;
This Latin phrase means “There is honour in sincerity”.
This phrase means “Always ready”.
Canada Gazette Information
The announcement of the Letters Patent was made on March 22, 2014, in Volume 148, page 655 of the Canada Gazette.
Office of Ulster King of Arms, Dublin / Bureau du roi d’armes Ulster, Dublin
* Not applicable / Sans objet
The recipient's emblems were originally recorded by Ulster King of Arms Dublin, Ireland, 10 December 1873.