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John Robert Charles Cave-Browne-Cave
Delta, British Columbia
Registration of Arms
February 20, 2015
Vol. VI, p. 485
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Quarterly 1st and 4th Azure fretty Argent (Cave), 2nd and 3rd Azure a chevron between three escallops Or, a bordure engrailed Gules (Browne);
A greyhound courant Sable collared Argent and ensigned by a scroll inscribed GARDEZ (Cave);
A stork proper beaked and membered Gules gorged with a ducal crown Or (Browne);
The upper left and lower right quarters show the arms of the Cave family. The other two quarters are those of the Browne family.
This word means “Beware”.
Canada Gazette Information
The announcement of the Letters Patent was made on October 3, 2015, in Volume 149, page 2336 of the Canada Gazette.
The recipient’s emblems were originally recorded in the Public Register of Arms, Flags and Badges of Canada, Vol. IV, page 33, 26 May 2000.