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John Richard Rogon

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 18th July 2006. Registration No. 00059.

Arms: Argent an eagle displayed Gules with a coronet above the head between in chief two mullets and in base two horse shoes reversed all Gules. In chief Gules, a fleur-de-lis between two rooks all Or.

Crest: A naked dexter arm embowed grasping a Latin cross proper Sable.

Motto: FAC UT VIVAS.

Private Registration: United States Heraldic Registry, 29th June 2006,  #20060629C

Further Private Registration: American College of Heraldry 11th July 2006, Reg No. 2901.

The Arms of John Richard Rogon

Arms are a compilation  of several arms from Europe.  Including primarily France, British Isles, Germany and Poland.

Each charge on the arms represents the various countries and personal ancestors associated with the armiger's surname. The Argent and Gules are Polish national colours and the eagle is the Polish national symbol.

 
 

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