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Dr Robert James Inglis

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 26th November 2007. Registration No. 0127.

Arms: Azure, a lion rampant Argent, on a chief Or between two mullets Azure a pale Gules charged with a cup Or.

Crest: A demi-griffin segreant Vert beaked and membered Gules grasping a crescent Or.

Motto: INVICTUS MANEO

Standard: The badge is depicted in the first and third compartments and the said Crest in the centre compartment upon a Standard three and a half metres in length of four tracts Azure and Argent, split at the end, having his said Arms in the hoist and Motto in letters Or upon two transverse bands Gules.

Grant: Court of the Lord Lyon page 82 of vol 86 in the public Register of Arms and Bearings in Scotland, Oct 22 2006.

The Arms of Dr Robert James Inglis.

The original Inglis arms date from the middle ages and depict a silver lion on a blue background, Azure a lion rampant Argent. The two stars, mullets, in silver in the original arms, above the lion derive from fealty to the Earls of Mar. The golden cup or chalice, cup Or, represents a special and significant part of family history.

The arms were updated in 1999 on the suggestion of the then Lord Lyon, Sir Malcolm Innes of Edingight, to include the original motifs together with those reflecting more recent familial history: the half moon, Crescent Or, is for Scott, the maternal line of the armiger's father.

The Standard of Dr Robert James Inglis, Baron of Strichen

 
 

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