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Last Update: 29/11/2017

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Graeme Justin Jolly

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 29th November 2017. Registration No. 0438 (Vol.3).

Arms: Per pale Gules and Azure, issuing from base between sinister a hare sejant Or and dexter a cross of St. Cuthbert Argent a mount of three peaks issuant therefrom a double cross bottony overwritten by the word PAX Or in chief a sword Argent hilted Or surmounted all in saltire by a quill also Or.

Mantling: Dexter Azure doubled Or sinister Gules doubled Argent.

Motto: Suscipe Me Domine

Assumed: Italy, November 2017.

The Arms of Graeme Justin Jolly

The sword crossed with a quill pen represents St Justin the first century Christian Martyr. St. Justin, who was beheaded by a sword, wrote important works in defence of the faith. The gold emblem of the Order of St Benedict represents the armigerís affiliation with the Order as a Benedictine Oblate. The Cross of St Cuthbert is a common symbol of the home county of the armiger (Durham, UK) and the hare represents his place of birth, Easington, County Durham. Red, the colour of martyrdom, calls to mind the blood shed by St Justin and blue represents both the Blessed Virgin Mary and the sea of North East England.

The motto, Suscipe Me Domine, (Uphold me Lord), is taken form Psalm 118 and in its longer form, is commonly used by Benedictines as an act of self-offering to God.

 

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