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Osvaldo E. Marcenaro, KM

Baron Baillie of the Barony of Tranent

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 23rd February 2006. Registration No. 0025.

Arms: Argent, on a bend cotised Azure, three griffins paleways of the First. Above the shield from which is pendent by it proper ribband the Badge of a Knight of Magistral Grace of the Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes and of Malta, is set the cap of Justice as Baron-Baillie, Vert doubled Argent stringed Vert, being as from the Liveries of the Barony of Tranent, and environed of two guards Or (of gold braid) thereon an Helm befitting his degree with a Mantling Azure doubled Argent and a wreath of the Liveries.


Crest:
An Arm and hand in armour couped at the wrist Proper the hand holding a sword in pale point upwards Argent hilted Sable between two wings Argent

Motto: POTIUS MORI QUAM FOEDARI (Rather Death Than Dishonour)

Grant: Court of the Lord Lyon, 9th day of May 2005. Folio 25/Volume 87.

The Arms of Osvaldo E. Marcenaro

The Banner of Osvaldo E. Marcenaro

The colours of the armigers arms were chosen because of their meaning. Argent: peace and sincerity, Azure: truth and loyalty. The bend signifies defence or protection.

The griffins come from the coat of arms of the city of Genoa, where the Marcenaro family originated. The griffin (head, wings, and talons of an eagle with the body of a lion); stands for valour, death-defying bravery and loyalty and refers to the armigers service in the United States Army.

The silver wings on the crest signify that the armiger is a paratrooper and the hand in armour with sword is for the defence of Honour, Family, God and Country. As a Knight of Magistral Grace of the Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes and of Malta the armiger is allowed the privilege to surround his arms with the badge of the Order.

The late Hon. David Garrison of Tranent appointed me Baron Ballie of the Barony of Tranent which gave the armiger the heraldic privilege to set the cap of Justice as Baron-Baillie upon his arms.

The armiger has been honoured with several Orders of Knighthood: Grand Officer with Gold Star of The Royal Order of Saint Michael of the Wing. Knight of Jure Sanguinis of The Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George. Lieutenant (IV Class) of the Order of Prince Danilo I.

The armiger is the son of Santiago Marcenaro Frers and his wife Matilde. Married Ellen Elisabeth (daughter of Gerhard Walter Falk and his wife May Beth Bolin. Children are Houston James Marcenaro and Lila Claire Marcenaro.

The Armigers heir is also registered with the Armorial Register; Houston James Marcenaro No. 0346 (Vol.2)

His daughter is likewise registered with the armorial; Miss Lila Claire Marcenaro No. 0385 (Vol.3)

 

 

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