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Gualtier de la Martiniere

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J P Gauthier de la Martiniere, FRGS, FRSA Lord of the the Manor of Sholden and Hull

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 7th May 2011. Registration No. 0187 (Vol.2). (Lordship & Barony Register)

Arms: Azure, a cross flory between four alerions Or.

Crest: A lion's head Or wearing an ancient crown all between two sweet grass plants Azure.

Badge: On a plate the Crest encircled by an annulus Or edged and inscribed with the Motto in letters Azure.

Motto: De Deu Aiez Vertut

Grant: 15 May 2008. Public Registry of Arms, Flags and Badges of Canada, Vol.V, p283. Canada Gazette, Part I, Vol. 142. No. 42 of 22 November 2009, p. 2984. Recorded at the College of Arms, Ref. Canada 1/22 (July 2014).

The Arms of J P Gauthier de la Martiniere

The colours are those of the grantee's ancestral arms recorded in d’Hozier’s L'Armorial général du Poitou (1697) and in Pétiet’s L’Armorial Poitevin (1911), and registered in L'Armorial de la Nouvelle-France as well as Luz’ L'Armorial de France et d'Europe. They are also those of New-France and of the Regroupement des Anciennes Familles, of which the family are titular members. The cross flory represents Christ, Our Lady and New-France. The alerions were adopted from the arms of St-Yves de Kermartin, patron of lawyers, and Godefroy de Bouillon, founder of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre --the grantee's profession and order. The motto is from the Chanson de Roland, in which Comte Gaultier's presence is recorded.

The Banner of J P Gauthier de la Martiniere

The Armiger is a Canadian Barrister, Officer of HM’s Courts and Member of the Commonwealth in England Barristers Association (CEBA). He is a Fellow of the Royal Geographic Society and of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, as well as a member of the Spalding Gentlemen’s Society (founded 1701). The Armiger is a member of l’Association des Vieux Noms Français Subsistants (AVNF) and the former dean of the Society of the Descendants of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem (founded 1956). He is a member of the OESSJ and a Companion of SMOM, as well as a recipient of the Pilgrim’s Shell of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre and of the Holy Land Pilgrim’s Cross (a Pontifical Honour). The Armiger has been inducted into the House of France’s dynastic ‘Ordre de l’étoile’ (founded 1022, revived by Prince Henri d’Orléans 2013). He resides in Sholden, Kent, with his wife and two sons, being the current Lord of a manorial estate first cited in Domesday.

 
 

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