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Christopher Alan Chambers, Lord of the Manor of Skighaugh.

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 29th January 2013. Registration No. 0247 (Vol.2). (Lordship & Barony Register)

Arms:  Per fesse dancetty, in chief Or a dexter fist gauntleted Gules, in base Vert, a scroll Or charged with an ant Azure.

Crest: A Great Horned Owl, wings expanded, crowned Proper

Motto: Arte Non Vi

Assumed: United States of America 2011

Registration: Cronista de Armas de Castilla y Leůn, Registration #41, 2014

Private Registration: The American College of Heraldry in 2011, #3468

The Arms of Christopher Alan Chambers, Lord of the Manor of Skighaugh.

The Vert per fess dancetty represents the Green Mountains of the armigerís native Vermont. Branches of his family have been in Vermont or just north of the border for many generations. The scroll, ant, and owl represent his professional career as a software engineer, published researcher, and inventor with many patents. The gauntleted fist represents the armigerís study of Martial Arts and the achievement of several black belts in his youth. Lastly the crown on the owl is for represents the armigerís Manorial Lordship.

The armiger is Lord of the Manor of Skighaugh, Essex England and Lord of the Manor of Whitehall Botney, Essex England. He is a Member of the Manorial Society of Great Britain, a Knight Grand Cross in the Order of Emperor Menelik II, and a hereditary Omukungu in the Order of the Engabu of Bunyoro-Kitara Kingdom..

 
 

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