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David Robert Wooten

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 29th January 2006. Registration No. 0009.

Arms: Azure, fretty raguly Or.

Crest: A satyr Sanguine, wreathed with olive leaves Proper, with bat's wings to the sides Azure

Motto: Melior Nullo Nullus Melior (I am better than no man, but no man is my better)

Certification: The Arms were received in a Certificacion de Armas from the Cronista Rey de Armas under Protocolo: 3/1995; Folios:149-151.

The Arms of David Robert Wooten

Further Private Registration: The American College of Heraldry on 6 November 1992 under Number 1073. Arms were Registered by the St. Andrew Principal Herald Master of the Collegium Heraldicum Russiae under Number 167.

Blazon: En campo de azur (azul), una celosía ecotada, de oro. Va timbrado el escudo de armas de un casco de acero bruñido, con bordura y grilletas de oro, claveteado de lo mismo, forrado de gules (rojo), sumado de un burelete trenzado de azur (azul) y oro del que salen lambrequines de los mismos esmaltes y sumado a su vez de una cabeza de satiro, sanguino, barbado al natural, orejado con alas de murciélago, de azur (azul) y sumado de una corona de hojas de olivo, de sinople (verde). Divisa: En cinta de plata con letras de sable (negro): "MELIOR NULLO NULLUS MELIOR.

The Arms were designed by the Armiger, who worked with the late President of The American College of Heraldry, Dr. David Pittman Johnson, to register same with that entity. The Armiger currently serves as that organization's Executive Director.

The rendering shown here was originally depicted (in black and white) by Marco Foppoli, and then digitally colorized and embellished by the Armiger. David Robert Wooten is a member of: South Carolina Irish Historical Society; The Scottish-American Military Society [SAMS]; Orders & Medals Research Society; Sons of Confederate Veterans; Military Order of the Stars & Bars; Richard III Society; The Society of Heraldic Arts; The White Lion Society; The Heraldry Societies of the UK, Australia, Scotland, Zimbabwe, Southern Africa; The Heraldry Society of the USA; The Armiger Society (US); Fellow of The Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufacture & Commerce (Royal Society of Arts) [FRSA]; Fellow of the Royal Society for Antiquaries of Ireland [FRSAI]; Fellow of the Society for Antiquaries (Scotland) [FSA (Scot)]; The Bookplate Society. He is author of "We All Become Forefathers: Genealogies of the Wooten, Boykin, Whitaker and Broadhurst Families" [Higginson Books, Salem, MA, 1993]; as well as Specialist Editor (Heraldry), "The New Oxford Dictionary of American English" [Oxford University Press, 2001].

 
 

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