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Dr. George Manuel Burden, Baron of Seabegs (Seybeggis)

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 20th Jan. 2017. Registration No. 0417 (Vol.3). (Lordship & Barony Register)

Arms: Argent three pilgrim's staves Gules, on a chief Azure a three-masted schooner proper.

Crest: A red spruce tree proper.

Above the shield: is place the helm befitting the dignity of Baron, aforesaid with a mantling Gules doubled Argent.

Motto: Salus Familias (Making Families Well).

Grant: Entered in the “Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland” on 9th day of July 2015.

Registered: Public Register of Arms, Flags and Badges of Canada, Volume VI, Page 579, 15th December 2015.

The Arms of Dr. George Manuel Burden, Baron of Seabegs

Painted by Margaret Spalding Court of The Lord Lyon

The three pilgrim's staves in the shield are often seen in arms of other families named Burden or Burdon. The schooner represents the Robert J. Dale, built in 1914 in Liverpool, Nova Scotia, and once captained by Dr Burden's grandfather, Captain George Thomas Burden. It also alludes to his great-uncle, Captain Eugene Burden, who surveyed Antarctica in 1947 and for whom the Burden Passage at the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula was named.

The estate of Easter Feddal, Braco, Scotland was in the hands of the Burden family for over 200 years, the family seat being Feddal Castle, now a ruin. Around 1720, James Burden, the Laird of Feddal had a famous duel with his neighbor Alexander MacGregor, Laird of Balhaldie and Chief of the Clan MacGregor on the banks of the Allan below Greenloaning. A standoff with the outlaw, Rob Roy MacGregor ensued.

The red spruce tree of the crest is the provincial tree of Nova Scotia, where the Dr Burden resides.

The Latin phrase of the motto, meaning "Making Families Well", alludes to the family medical practice of Dr Burden.

Illustrated Below: The armorial seal (badge) of Dr. George Manuel Burden, Baron of Seabegs.

The Badge of Dr. George Manuel Burden, Baron of Seabegs

Dr Burden is an Associate Member of the Standing Council of Scottish Chiefs, representing Father Peter Noel Lamont, Chief of Clan Lamont on that body; he also serves as the clan's Canadian lieutenant. He is a Fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, a member of the Royal Heraldry Society of Canada and a past director of the Canadian Chapter of the Explorers Club. He has received the Explorers Club Citation of Merit and is a past recipient of the Governor General's Medal (Canada).

Dr. Burden attended King's College before graduating MD cum laude from Dalhousie University in1978 and was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. In 2016 he donated the Seabegs Collection of Ancient Roman Coinage to the classics department of his alma mater.

 
 

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