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Dominick Michael Valencia, Jr.

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 31 March 2011. Registration No. 0185 (Vol.2)

Arms: Tierced per fess 1st Azure between two fleur-de-lys a tyger’s head erased all Argent; 2nd Gules, a sword flamant in fess point to the sinister Or; 3rd Or four pales Gules.

Crest: A Pegasus salient Argent

Motto: Moribus Et Caelum Patuit

Private Registration: American College of Heraldry, 15 March 2011, Registration #3448

The Arms of Dominick Michael Valencia

The arms were designed by the Armiger himself; the image shown here was created by Valery P. Yegorov, St. Andrew Principal Herald Master of the Collegium Heraldicum Russiae. The shield is based on the historic flag of Valencia, Spain, which city is the source of the Armiger's toponymic surname. Each charge is separately symbolic of the Armiger’s given name, middle name, confirmation name and surname. The crest reflects the Armiger's greatest intellectual passion, Augustan poetry. The Latin motto, from an elegy by the Roman poet, Sextus Propertius, conveys a heavenly promise for the pure in heart.

Born, raised and residing in Baltimore, Maryland, the Armiger is a magna cum laude graduate of Duke University and of the Vanderbilt University School of Law. While at Duke University, the Armiger was a member of the Delta Kappa Epsilon social fraternity and the Alpha Phi Omega national service fraternity. While at the Vanderbilt University School of Law, the Armiger was an intern to United States District Court Judge John T. Nixon and to United States Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Gilbert S. Merritt, Jr. The Armiger is also the author of two published law review articles and is a member of the bars of Maryland and of the District of Columbia.

Currently a Senior Vice President and the General Counsel for an international security firm, the Armiger is married to Elizabeth Augusta Winter Valencia, née Wiedmann, a fifth generation direct lineal granddaughter of United States Supreme Court Chief Justice John Marshall and his wife, Mary Willis Ambler Marshall. The Armiger and his wife are the parents of Cornelia Ambler Valencia and Nicholas Marshall Valencia, each of whom is rightfully eligible to usage of the arms set forth here. A member of the St. Thomas More Society and of the Circle of Maecenas, the Armiger is also a Life Member of the Society of the War of 1812 in the State of Maryland and of the Order of Lafayette.

 
 

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