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Hugo Jean Hubert Germain Baeckeland

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 4th November 2019. Registration No. 0513 (Vol.3).

Arms: Vert, a lozenge Argent semy of clover leaves Vert, the edge corded Sable and Argent, in chief a pair of pince-nez framed Or.

Crest: A four-leaf clover Gules obliquely charged with a four leaf clover Or.

Motto: Aude Innovare. (Dare to renew)

Grant: Heraldic College of the Flemish Genealogical Society 19th of August 2016, number 463.

The Arms of Hugo Baeckeland

The armiger was born in Ghent and the arms, approved by the Flemish Heraldic Council in 2016 may be used by all living name-bearing descendants of Hubertus Pieter August Baeckeland (b. Ghent 1931 d. Ghent 2014) and Ariella Edmonde Germaine Vandenbogaerde (b. Ghent 1931 d. Ghent 2004).

The tinctures of Argent (white or silver) and Vert (green or sinople in the old French form of blazon) refer to the colours of the coat of arms of Eeklo where the registrant spent his childhood.

The Gules (red) and Or (gold) in the crest allude to the colours of the coat of arms of Kruishoutem, the oldest known cradle, or origin, of the family. (A.D. 1651).

The pince-nez refers to Oudenaarde where many generations of the family lived in its suburbs. The hem, or braided cord/rope, of Sable (black) and Argent (white) refers to the nickname of the inhabitants of Ghent (Stroppendragers = noose carriers) where the applicant was born. The cloverleaves stand for the possession of land.

The fringed lozenge strewn with clover leaves forms the canting element of the arms: delimited, fenced land.

 
 

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