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Samuel Charles McKittrick

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 24th July 2015. Registration No. 0343 (Vol.2).

Arms: Sable, a lion rampant Or within an orle of four flax flowers alternating with four thistles Argent.

Crest: A lion salient Or resting the sinister forepaw on a locomotive wheel Proper.

Motto: Cito non Temere

Assumed: N.Ireland, 30 August 2012

Private Registration: Registered with the US Heraldic Registry 27 December 2014

The Arms of Samuel Charles McKittrick

The lion rampant is associated with valour and leadership with ferocious warrior traits and was chosen to reflect service and loyalty.

The plants on the shield reflect the armigerís Ulster-Scots (Scots-Irish) heritage and identity as well as the region his origin, Northern Ireland. The thistle has long been associated with Scotland and is seen as the emblem of that country and the flax flower has in recent times appeared in various heraldic designs as the flower of Northern Ireland, examples are evident on the logo of the Northern Ireland Assembly as well as on the badge of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom and can be found on some denominations of UK coinage.

The lion salient continues the lion theme reinforcing the same symbolism, while the locomotive wheel represent progress and the armigerís great passion for ferroequinology (study of the iron horse, better known as rail enthusiast).

 
 

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