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Lt. Colonel Stephen Anthony Michael.

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 26th January 2013. Registration No. 0246 (Vol.2).

Arms: Argent, on a fess Sable between in chief an arm in armour and gauntleted embowed fessways and in base a talbot passant Gules, a lamp between two mascles Or.

Crest: American eagle wings displayed holding a sword in its dexter talon Proper.

Motto: Genus Est Gloria

Grant: The grant was entered on page 31 of Volume 87 of the “Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland” on 9th February 2005 at the Court the Lord Lyon.

The Arms of Lt. Colonel Stephen Anthony Michael

The arm in armour gauntleted and embowed reflects the armiger’s military service with the United States Air Force for over 33 years, while the talbot alludes to his Carmichael ancestors and the tradition of Appin as a favoured royal hunting location. The fess symbolizes a girdle of honour, relevant to both a military and federal service career. The hand lamp alludes to both a pursuit of knowledge by the armiger through education and his work in the field of intelligence for 20 years. The mascles denote persuasiveness. The crest denotes an American heritage, with the sword suggesting a willingness to fight and defend---characteristics evidenced by the armiger’s Michael, Caperton, McCorkle and Adkisson ancestors.

The Heraldic Crest of Lt. Colonel Stephen Anthony Michael In Gaelic, the family would be referred to as Mhicheil na h'Appunn . . . Michael from Appin, and that is how they prefer to think of their lineage---hence the Latin motto, "GENUS EST GLORIA" or "My Heritage is My Pride".
 
 

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