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Richard Globe

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 1st June 2011. Registration No. 0190 (Vol.2).

Arms: Sanguine, semy of nails Or.

Crest: Issuant from an ancient shipís hull Proper two demi-lions combatant guardant Azure armed and langued Gules supporting between them an armillary sphere Or.

Pennon: Upon a Pennon of 120 centimetres long to these Liveries Or and Gules the Arms in the hoist bearing the motto 'Recte Facias' in two lines counterchanged.

Motto: Recte Facias

Assumed: Denmark May 2011.

The nails strewn across the shield (semy) are based on the armigerís ancestor John Ball, baptised July 1, 1759, Westbury on Severn, Gloucestershire, the illegitimate son of Sarah Ball of Castle Frome, Herefordshire. John Ball was handed over to the London Foundling Hospital in July 20, 1759, re-baptised and given the name Thomas Globe.

Thomas Globe became a nailer (nail maker), settling in Wentworth, Yorkshire. He married Sarah Sylvester on October 14, 1782. They had eleven children, ten surviving to adulthood. It is from here the Globe surname originates.

In the crest the ancient hull represents the Globe name crossing the oceans to at least three continents. The armillary sphere is intended as a pun on the name.

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