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Prof. Roger Pearson, M.Sc (Econ), Ph.D, FCIS, FIoD

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 19th May 2008. Registration No. 0134.

Arms: Azure, a barrulet wavy between three horses rampant Argent.

Crest: Two ravens proper each gorged with a collar attached thereto and linking them together a chain Gold.

Motto: Wyrth

Badge: An elm tree Sable leaved and growing from a grassy mound Or the bole environed by a fence Argent.

Grant: College of Arms, 19th June 1986

The Arsm of Prof. Roger Pearson

Professor Roger Pearson, MSc (Econ), PhD, FCIS, FIoD, b. 21 August
1927 m. Marion Primrose Simms, b. 19 April 1931 and has issue:
  i. Edwin Pearson, b. 3 October 1959
ii. Sigrid Pearson, b. 5 February 1962 m. Helmut Pearson and has issue:
ii.a Roger Pearson b. 21 January 2001
iii. Emma Pearson b. 28 September 1964 m. Pierre Groleau and has issue:
iii.a Robin Groleau b. 5 October 1993
iii.b Faye Groleau b.11 May 1996
iii.c Edgar Groleau b. 6 December 2000
iv. Rupert Pearson b. 19 September 1971

The crest represents the two allegorical ravens of Anglo-Saxon mythology, 'thought' and 'memory'. Their gold collars and chain thus symbolise the harnessing of knowledge. The Barrulet wavy refers to the grantee's life overseas in Japan, India, Bengal, South Africa and the United States of America. The three horses rampant Argent continue the Anglo Saxon theme which reflects the grantee's academic interests and national feeling. The Badge - An elm tree Sable leaved and growing from a grassy mound Or the bole environed by a fence Argent - is an exhortation to the care of natural and cultural heritage as allusion to the tragedy of Dutch Elm Disease which destroyed some 25 million English Elms during the course of the
Twentieth Century. The motto Wyrth means Fate in Anglo-Saxon

 

 
 

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