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Edward Angell-Parsons.

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 14th August 2006. Registration No. 0062.

Arms: Or two Bars Azure on a Chief Gules four Lions rampant Or armed and langued Azure.

Crest: Statant upon a Claw Hammer fesswise the head to the dexter Azure the shaft Or A Swan wings elevated and addorsed Argent plain collared Gules and attached thereto a Chain Or the terminal link thereof attached to the Shaft of the Hammer.

Motto: Stare Super Vias Antiquas.

Grant: College of Arms, 7th January 1997

Herald: Thomas Woodcock, at the time of the grant Somerset Herald, now Garter Principal Kings of Arms.

The Arms of Edward Angell-Parsons

Artist Concerning Grant of Arms: Robert Parsons.
 
Artist of illustration with Banner: John Ferguson.
 
Granted to my Father John Henry Angell Parsons, F.S.A.Scot, F.Birm.Soc, recognising works & charitable deeds carried out for the City of Birmingham. Tinctures and Crest all elude to our ancestral connection to the Angells of Crowhurst, in particular John Angell, M.P., Groom of the Wardrobe, Verderer and Caterer of Windsor Park to Kings Charles I & II.

The Lions represent a possible link to our paternal ancestry, in that our ancestors used the name of Litley alias Parsons for some 300 hundred years, and in earlier records the name appears as Lutley. A family of this name originating of Lutley, bore the arms: Quarterly Or, and Azure, four lions rampant counterchanged. The motto is also that used by the Angells of Crowhurst, and translates, to Stand Upon the old Paths.
 
Lineage from the Grantee: John Henry Angell Parsons, b.5 July 1936, Birmingham, married Marian E. Williams, on the 27 May 1961 Birmingham, died 28 April 2002, daughter of Samuel Williams of Colwyn Bay, N.Wales, and have had the following issue.

  1.)    Glenys Parsons, b. 10 Dec 1962, Birmingham.
 

2.)    Darren John Angell-Parsons, b.31 March 1968 Birmingham, married Jeannette Phillips, 19 August 2005, Lichfield, daughter of Evan G. Evans of Llanwenog, Wales, and have had the following issue.

 

2a.) James Benjamin John Angell-Parsons, 15 August 2005, Sutton Coldfield, (note arms have been legitimated ).

 

2b.)    Samuel George Henry Angell-Parsons, 21 November 2008, Sutton Coldfield

  2c.) Joseph Tidal Littley Angell-Parsons, 17 January 2011, Sutton
Coldfield
  3. Edward Henry Angell-Parsons, b.10 April 1973, Birmingham, married Emily Carole Taylor RVN, 25 February 2006, Nuneaton, daughter of the late Roy S. Taylor of Nuneaton, and have had the following issue.
  3a.) Ceinwen Molly Karen Angell-Parsons, b.16 June 2006, Sutton Coldfield.
  3b.) Elizabeth Arabella Jane Angell-Parsons, b. 1 July 2008, Burton On Trent
  3c.)  William Henry Littley Angell-Parsons, b. 10 September 2010, Lichfield City
 
 

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