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Col. Lloyd George van Syckle

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 31st August 2007. Registration No. 0126.

Arms: Gules, a garb Or between three sickles blades serrated Argent handled of the second, a bordure Azure.

Crest: Two cranes’ heads respectant Argent dipping their beaks Gules into a chalice Or.

Motto: Tuebor

Pennon:  120 centimeters long of these liveries Or and Gules, with his arms in the hoist bearing his motto “Tuebor” counterchanged.

Matriculation:  The matriculation was entered on the 14th page of the 85th Volume of the “Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland” on 30th day of May 2008.

The Arms of Col. lloyd George van Syckle

Depicted are the differenced arms of a cadet branch of the Van Syckle arms granted to the armiger’s paternal ancestor, Samuel Van Syckle who was resident in North America prior to 1783. The petitioning armiger, Lloyd George Van Syckle, was born on 2 October 1925 in Puerta Cortez, Honduras and was sent to Blair Academy, Blairstown, NJ where he was in the Class of 1942. During WW2 he served in the US Navy in the Far East in China which the US was defending against the Japanese. Postwar, he went to Stevens Institute becoming an engineer. In 1951 he married Anna Della Simons and had issue, an only son Lloyd George Van Syckle II born in 1963 and two daughters, Georgiana Van Syckle and Eloise Margaret Van Syckle. Later as a Department of the Army Civilian he became an intelligence officer and whilst so serving was sent to the Industrial College of the Armed Forces gaining the degree of Master of Arts. He served for many years and retired from Picatinny Arsenal, NJ. His first paternal ancestor in North America was a Dutchman who came to New Amsterdam in the 1650s and his descendants became English subjects in 1687 under James II in order to keep their lands.

Mr. Van Syckle was intensely interested in heraldry and genealogy and to further those interests, collected books, stained glass, silver, paintings, documents, etc. He was a Colonel and a senior officer in the Veteran Corps of Artillery, est. in 1790 in the State of New York, and which is one of the eight oldest Historic Military Commands in the US. He was a Member of the Holland Society, the St. Nicholas Society, the Society of Colonial Wars of New Jersey and the St. Andrews Society of New York. He was also the Lord of the Manor of Hampten in England and was part of a group of friends who purchased lands in the Orkney Islands of Scotland. Colonel Lloyd George Van Syckle died suddenly on 19 October 2008 at the age of 83 and was succeeded in the arms by his only son, Lloyd George Van Syckle II.

The artwork of the arms shown is from the Letters Patent issued by the Court of the Lord Lyon.

 
 

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