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Lieutenant Colonel Christopher Joseph Marascalco Cummins M.D., K.H.S., K.M.C.O.

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 1st April 2021. Registration No. 0594 (Vol.4)

Arms: Gules, three garbs Or banded Azure and a barrulet enhanced Azure fimbriated Or, on a chief Azure two winged oxen of St. Luke couchant guardant and respectant Argent, horned and haloed Or.

Crest: A demi lion rampant Or holding in the forepaws a sword inverted Argent hilted Gules.

Motto: Courage Sans Peur.

Assumed: United States of America 18th October 2020.

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The Arms of Lieutenant Colonel Christopher Joseph Marascalco Cummins

The demi-lion of the crest takes its lead from that of the Clan Chief, Cumming of Altyre, a descendant of Sir Robert Comyn, the knight who was killed while defending his nephew, John the Red Comyn. The inverted sword is a reminder of the Cross of Christ as displayed by King Saint Louis IX.

The arms also reflect those of the chief in the use of the three garbs. The Double Winged Oxen have a dual representation for the armiger, representing the Christian Gospel of St. Luke, Apostle of Christ and Physician, and the armigerís personal Catholic Christian Faith and Vocational Heritage as a 3rd Generation Physician.

The blue line of the barrulet represents the largest geographical landmark of the area of the armigerís birth and raising, the Mighty Mississippi River.

The Motto, Courage Sans Peur, (Courage without fear) answers that of the Clan Chief which is simply Courage.

The armiger is a Knight of Merit of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of St. George and a Knight of The Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem.

 
 

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