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David Mackinley-Woodhall

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 7th July 2011 Registration No. 0197 (Vol.2) (Lordship & Barony Register)

Arms:  Ermine, on a chevron Gules, an heraldic leopardís head langued Azure between two branches of oak Or.

Crest:  In front of an oak tree Proper, fructed Or, an anvil Proper.

Motto: Dieu et mon Devoir

Grant:  College of Arms on 21st December 1977. Sir Anthony R. Wagner, Garter King of Arms, and J.R.B. Walker, Clareneux King of Arms.

The Arms David Mackinley-Woodhall

The arms were granted to David Colin Woodhall, gentleman, and his descendants and to the other descendants of his late grandfather Stamford Woodhall, gentleman, with due difference.

The arms are Canting heraldry. The ermine shield and heraldic leopardís head makes reference to the county of Shropshire whence the Woodhall family originated. The Leopard heads also appear in the arms of Shrewsbury and may make reference to King William the 1st Norman overlord of Shropshire, from whom the armiger is descended in the distaff lines. The chevron and oak branches are a "cant" on the family name.

The Anvil in the crest alludes to the family trade of iron founders and the oak tree is a "pun" on the family surname. The additional name of Mckinley was assumed by deed poll as Mr Mckinley-Woodhall has a distaff descent from the Mckinley sept and a love of Scotland.

Mr Mackinley-Woodhall is Lord of the manor of Mayhead,co Sussex.

 

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