The armiger is an
American citizen and a private businessman. He has been actively
employed for over 25 years on behalf of international peace and
reconciliation in several areas of the world. The doves represent this
work, while the flaunches allude to his work on both sides of the
The crest of the prairie dog represents the armigerís American origins
in Illinois, while the pomegranate refers to his wife, who is
descended from an ancient Basque family.
The armiger is a member of The White Lion
Society; the Knights of the Garter Descendants; The Manorial Society
of Great Britain; Friendly Sons of St. Patrick in the City of New York
and is the Lord of the Manor of Shoreditch ( London, United Kingdom).
Education: Loyola Academy and Loyola
University, Chicago, Illinois; Undergraduate (Social theory), Class of
1980, and Graduate degrees (Management), Class of 2007, Harvard
University, Cambridge, Massachusetts; Graduate of Harvard Kennedy
School, Class of 2005, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts;
London School of Economics and Political Science, London, United
Kingdom; Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts (Graduate
Master's program); Harvard Business School, Cambridge, Massachusetts
(Finance program Exec. Class of 2006).
The armiger first commenced research on the Constable family history
in 1977 assisted by Sir Peter Gwynn-Jones, GARTER King of Arms.
Following extensive and documented research it has been ascertained
that the armigerís family is directly descended from Anne Plantagenet,
Duchess of Exeter (who married Thomas St. Leger) and is mentioned in
the Exeter volume of Plantagenet descendants; also descended directly
from the Manners family, Rutland and the ancient Barony of Ros, of
ancient Kings of Scotland. The family is related to the Lords Dillon,
of Ireland, as well as a number of politicians in the United States
and Ireland and also to William Constable of Constable Hall, New York.