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Stephen David Young, Lord of the Manor of Waxham

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 13th July 2015. Registration No. 0340. (Vol.2) (Lordship & Barony Register)

Arms: Per fesse wavy Vert and Azure, in chief two ducal coronets Or above a Manorial Court Leet Rod Argent and in base two soldering irons crossed Argent.

Crest: Two Soldering Irons crossed Argent, ducally gorged Or.

Motto: Vestigia Nulla Retrorsum (We do not Retreat)

Assumed: England, 20th June 2015

The Arms of Stephen David Young, Lord of the Manor of Waxham

The Ducal/Crest Coronets represent the Manorial Lordship held by the armiger: the white rod represents the Manorial Rod of the Courts Leet and Baron.

The two crossed Soldering Irons represent the armigerís ancient craft as a Plumber.
Green represents the colour of Land which is the basis for all Manorial Lordships, and the blue represents water, an essential element of plumbing and also with the Manor which is close to the sea.

Born in Northampton England in 1961, the armiger is Lord of the Manor of Waxham in the county of Norfolk and also holds manorial lordships in Buckinghamshire. Currently running a successful oil heating maintenance company on the south coast of England, he previously served in the British Army in the cavalry regiment 5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards where the regiment was part of the British Army of the Rhine in the then West Germany before reunification. He is patron of the RAF Ibsley Historical Group, the Bournemouth Air Festival, and the AOK Rucksack Appeal helping the homeless in Dorset.

The armiger is also an Ambassador for Julia's House Children's Hospice and for the Forest Holme Hospice in Poole Dorset UK. Member of the White Lion Society (a society of Friends of The College of Arms) and member of the Manorial Society of Great Britain.

 

 
 

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