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Jean Marie Parlett

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 5th June 2015. Registration No. 0331 (Vol.2)

Arms: Ermine, three parrots Vert beaked and legged Gules in bend sinister, a crescent for cadency.

Crest: A demi eagle displayed holding in its beak by the head a snake the body entwined around the neck all Proper.

Motto: Pense Puis Parler

Grant: The Court of the Lord Lyon, 30th November 1991. 71st Page 73rd Volume of the Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland.

Rendition by Jenny Phillips
 

The Arms of Jean Marie Parlett

John Parlett settled in Scotland in the early 1930s. He was descended from the Parletts of Stradsett whose canting Arms are recorded in the Visitation of Norfolk in 1664 – Ermine , a parrot proper.. When Arms were granted posthumously to John Parlett in 1991 the devisal was based upon this Coat with the addition of two extra parrots in bend sinister. His daughter, Jean, was the eldest child. However, the undifferenced Arms descended to the son of her younger, deceased, brother and it was therefore necessary to matriculate the Arms, in her name, with a suitable difference. At that time the so called “Stodart” system of differencing by bordure was generally reserved for male descendants with women being assigned a cadency mark based on English practice – hence the allocation, to the eldest child, of the crescent of a younger sibling.

The Arms of the Parletts of Stradsett

Library painting of the arms of Parletts of Stradsett by Romilly Squire

The Quartered Arms of Romilly Squire of Rubislaw

Both Geoffrey Squire and Jean Parlett are now deceased and the Lord Lyon has recently signed his Warrant permitting their only son, Romilly, to bear both achievements as a quartered Coat of Arms

The Quartered Arms of Romilly Squire of Rubislaw

Arms: Quarterly first and forth Or, a rose Sable seeded of the First, on a chief of the Second a swan’s head and neck erased between two mullets Or; second and third Ermine, three parrots Vert beaked and legged Gules in bend sinister and dexter chief, a crescent Gules.

Crest 1: A swan’s head, neck and wings elevated Or, the breast charged of a rose Sable seeded Or.

Motto: Natura Potentior Ars

Crest 2: A demi eagle displayed holding in its beak by the head a snake the body entwined around the neck all Proper.

Motto: Pense Puis Parler

Matriculated: Court of the Lord Lyon 26th July 2013 45th page of the 91st Volume of the Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland.

See Entry in Vol.1: No. 0004 Squire of Rubislaw for further information

 
 

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