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Andrew Strome Ayers Carmichael-Galloway
Registration of Arms
June 24, 1997
Vol. III, p. 185
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Quarterly first and fourth Argent a bar enhanced and enwreathed Azure and Gules between in chief three lozenges Sable and in base a lion rampant Azure armed and langued Gules accompanied on either side by a hurt charged of a mill rind Or within a bordure engrailed also Or charged with a fleur-de-lys in base Sable (for Galloway) and second and third Argent a fess enwreathed Azure and Gules between two pellets each charged of a buckle Or (for Carmichael);
A mound Azure banded and ensigned with a cross crosslet fitchee between two ears of wheat crossing each other at the top Or;
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Canada Gazette Information
The announcement of the Letters Patent was made on November 22, 1997, in Volume 131, page 3590 of the Canada Gazette.
The recipient’s emblems were originally recorded in the records of the Court of the Lord Lyon, Edinburgh, Scotland, 17 March 1970 and 20 May 1983.