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Peter Norman Jones, KCEG FTCL FRSA Lord of the Manor of Holdingham

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 22nd August 2011. Registration No. 0201. (Vol.2) (Lordship & Barony Register)

Arms:  Bleu Celeste, on a chief wavy Gules fimbriated Or a Cherub between two martlets respectant and in base a crwth (bowed welsh lyre) palewise Gold stringed Sable.

Crest:  Issuant from a bed of wattle flowered a leek proper between two dragons wings Argent each charged with a rose Gules barbed and seeded Proper.

Motto:  Persevere

Badge: In front of two horns addorsed bells downwards and outwards Gold banded Bleu Celeste and linked by an endless cord looped in chief and in base and on either side Gules a trefoil slipped Bleu Celeste.

Grant:  College of Arms, 16th November, 1991.

The Arms of Peter Norman Jones Lord of the Manor of Holdingham

Private Registrations: The Royal College of Arms of Georgia June, 2011 and The United States Heraldic Registry, 2009.

The red and sky blue field allude to the armiger's service in the Territorial Army, Royal Air Force Music Services and The Central Band of the Royal Australian Air Force, The martlets, Sussex his birthplace and the cherub from Trinity College of Music London. The crwth, and in the crest the Leek and dragons wings, his Welsh ancestry and the red roses to Lancashire, his father's birthplace. Golden Wattle is Australia's floral emblem.

The two horns in the badge are a symbol of music and the cord a baldrick linking the horns, rather in the way the Tudors linked their initials with a decorative knot. The trefoil is a reference to the Arms of the late 7th Marquess of Bristol in whose family the Manor of Holdingham was held for around 300 years.

Married, with one son Glen and 2 grandsons Brandon and Mason the Armiger is a Fellow of Trinity, Victoria and National Colleges of Music, Associate of London College of Music and the Australian Guild of Music and Speech. He is a Companion of the Company of Armigers (Australian Chapter), Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Hon. Fellow of the Armorial and Heraldry Society of Australasia and Life Member of the Royal Society of St. George (Melbourne Branch). A Knight Commander of the Order of the Eagle of Georgia and the Seamless Tunic of Our Lord Jesus Christ, he is a recipient of The Australian Defence Medal, The Nauru Independence Medal and The United Nations 2001 Year of the Volunteer Medal.

 

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