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Richard David Johnson

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 18th March 2021. Registration No. 0592 (Vol.4).

Arms: Per bend sinister Azure and Or, a dragon rampant grasping in his dexter foreclaws Thorís Hammer all counterchanged.

Crest: Issuant from an eastern crown a demi dragon rampant grasping in his dexter foreclaws a ceremonial mace Or armed, langued and wing-spines Gules.

Motto: Nunquam Non Paratus.

Assumed: 18th March 2021, England.

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The Arms of Richard David Johnson

The armiger has a fondness for dragons and so this was an obvious choice to form the basis of the arms. The hammer, described as Thorís Hammer, refers to the armigerís maternal ancestors who were blacksmiths in Thursley, Surrey; it represents both a blacksmiths hammer and the etymology of Thursley which is Thorís Lee, Thor being the Norse God of Thunder, worshipped by the Anglo Saxons.

The Eastern Crown alludes to the armigerís personal involvement with Eastcourt in the Parish of Oving, Sussex, and the crest dragon holds a Ceremonial, or Manorial, Mace which refers to the occupation of the armigerís father, a Civil Servant serving in the Houses of Parliament. It is also a nod to the Courts Leet and Baron of the Manor of Moushill, near Millford from whence the armigerís paternal ancestors originate.

 

 

 
 

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