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Maria Venus Arandia Rivera Day (née Quejada)

Registered: The International Register of Arms: 19th September 2006. Registration No. 0064.

Arms: Azure, two swords inverted in saltire Proper between in chief three roses Gules fimbriated Argent and a chalice Or, in fess two winged horses combatant Argent and in base a mullet of eight points Or, all within a bordure Or ermined Sable.

Crest: A garb Or.

Motto:  Per Ardua ad Astra: (Through difficulties to the stars).

Private Registration: United States Heraldic Registry
September 13, 2006.

The Arms of Maria Venus Arandia Rivera de La Pena Day (née Quejada)

The Quejada family is one of the oldest Spanish colonial families in the Philippines and the design of their armorial bearings reflects the armorial Quijada tradition of 3 roses. The golden chalice represents their strong ties to the Catholic Church; the two swords symbolise the strength of the family during troubled times; the star represents the "Evening Star," also known as the planet Venus in the night sky after which the bearer is named; the garb of wheat represents the family’s connections with the land and the Pegasus, the winged mythical horse, represents a will to survive.

The armiger was born April 24, 1970 in Cebu City, Philippines and was baptized in Our Lady of Guadalupe. She was married August 7, 1992 to Dr. Ian Day, MD, FRSA, FRSM, and they reside in Florida.

The armiger’s parents are Rodolfo de La Pena Quejada and Nelda Arandia Rivera.

 

 

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