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Morag Pauline Cadzow of Kilpunt, Baroness of Kilpunt

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 19th May 2014. Registration No. 0309. (Vol.2) (Lordship & Barony Register)

Arms: Argent, on a chevron wavy Gules between in chief three heraldic roses of the second barbed and seeded proper and in base a swallow volant in bend Azure, a cross crosslet fitchee Or.

Crest: A dexter hand couped at the wrist proper holding a sprig of three heraldic roses Gules slipped, leaved, barbed and seeded proper.

Motto:  Exegi

Grant: The Court of the Lord Lyon, 25th January 2007 Volume 86 Folio 84.

The Arms of Morag Pauline Cadzow of Kilpunt, Baroness of Kilpunt

The Arms are based on those historically associated with the name (see Nisbet, p.371), and incorporate the Livery colours, the chevron and the roses. For difference, the chevron has been waved and the three roses placed in chief. The roses hold the additional significance of representing the Armiger’s three daughters. In base is placed an Azure swallow in memory of the Armiger’s late husband, who regarded the sight of the first swallow of the year as a sign of the arrival of Spring. The crest of a hand holding a sprig of three roses is a further reference to the Armiger’s daughters.

The Baroness is descended through her Mother from the Lees family, Baronets of Blackrock in Dublin. This relationship is represented by the gold cross-crosslet fitchée and the Motto, both taken from the Arms of Lees of Blackrock.

Mrs Cadzow’s late husband’s father and two uncles evolved the Luing breed of cattle on the Island of Luing, just off the west coast of Scotland in Argyllshire . Pure bred Luing cattle combine the outstanding complementary qualities of the Beef Shorthorn and the Highland cattle. The British Government officially recognized the Luing as a breed in its own right in 1965. The breed is now a 'breed of our time' and is thriving right across the UK, Ireland, Europe, Canada, New Zealand, Australia and South America. The Cadzow estates in West Lothian are still farmed by the family.

The Arms were designed by Romilly Squire and, in this example, painted by Patricia Bertram.

 

 

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