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Julian Gawain Clifford Wills of Dolphinstoun, Baron of Dolphinstoun

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 17th April 2006. Registration No. 0044. (Lordship & Barony Register)

Arms: Vert a fess chequy Argent and Gules between in chief two wings conjoined in lure and expanded, the coverts uppermost and in base a garb Or. Above the shield, behind which is draped his feudo-baronial mantle Gules doubled of silk Argent, fur-edged of Miniver and collar Ermine and fastened on the right shoulder by five spherical buttons Or, is placed a chapeau Gules furred Ermine (in respect of his feudal Barony of Dolphinstoun), thereon an helm befitting his degree with a mantling Vert doubled Argent.

Crest:
A raven’s head couped Sable langued Gules gorged of a collar composed of four maple leaves (one and two halves visible) Gules and four acorns (two visible) Or and holding in the beak a cross-crosslet Vert.
 

Julian Gawain Clifford Wills of Dolphinstoun, Baron of Dolphinstoun

Motto: Cum fide vincemus (‘With faith we will conquer’)

Badge: A crescent per pale Azure and Gules enclosed within two wings conjoined in lure, tips uppermost Or.

Standard: Four yards in length of four tracts Vert and Argent, split at the ends, having Azure a St Andrew’s cross Argent in the hoist with said motto in letters Sable upon two transverse bands Gules with said badge depicted in the first and third compartments and said crest in centre compartment.

Matriculated: The Court of the Lord Lyon, 14th July 2000. 
 

Julian Gawain Clifford Wills of Dolphinstoun, Baron of Dolphinstoun, E Lothian, so recognised by Ld Lyon King of Arms and matric arms at LO 14 July 2000 [Julian Wills of Dolphinstoun, Cambridge Online Learning, BBIC, Innovation Way, Wilthorpe, S Yorks S75 1JL]; b 16 May 1969; educ Gosnells WA, Tulsa, Okla. USA, Bugbrooke Campion, Roy Holloway and Bedford New Coll London (BSc), Action Learning (MBA) and Newcastle Us (MSc, PhD); dir: Global Centre for Credit Mapping, U of Action Learning Colo., USA, Internet Res and Devpt Centre, Cambridge Online Learning; author: Cleaning Up (2000), Geological Structure of Prestoungrange (2001)

Lineage: Gordon Stanley Clifford Park Wills later Prestoungrange, Baron of Prestoungrange (see BLGRY 2005, also BP&B 2003); has a 3rd s:

Julian Gawain Clifford, (present Baron)

 
 

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