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Thomas Charles Hitt

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 7th July 2011. Registration No. 0194 (Vol.2).

Arms: Sable, on a pale Azure fimbriated Argent charged with three chevronels between in chief a chevronel inverted and conjoined to that below between three mullets 1 and 2 and in base two mullets in pale Or.

Crest: On a wreath Argent, Gules and azure a thistle and eagle feather in saltire between the antlers of a white tailed deer all Proper.

Motto: Nunquam Ejura

Assumed: USA 2010
 

The Arms of Thomas Charles Hitt

The arms are a tribute to three members of the Hitt family. The armigerís deceased father, who achieved the rank of captain in the U.S. Army, his son (Tom) who achieved the rank of Sergeant in the U.S. Marines, and the armiger himself, a medically retired U.S. Army Private who served in the Korean War. The stars are presented in honour of the armigers five descendents.

The crest represents part of the armigerís lineage and his lifelong interest in hunting.

 
 

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