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Randall Scott Walker

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 25th Oct. 2016. Registration No. 0406 (Vol.3).

Arms: Gules, on a bend between two crosses fleury Argent a lion passant Azure a chief Vair.

Crest: A winged lion sejant guardant Azure holding in the dexter fore paw a cross-fleury-staff Gules.

Motto: Garde Ta Foy (Keep Thy Faith).

Assumed: United States of America, 24 September 2016.

The Arms of Randall Scott Walker

These arms are a simplification/modification of previous arms designed by the armiger and his son Thomas Scott Walker and recorded in the International Register of Arms, Registration No. 0119, dated 7 August 2007. The armiger identified the most important elements from the old arms and heraldic artist Elliot Nesterman created the new design.

The crosses attest to the armiger's strong Catholic faith. The lion represents courage in adversity and Scottish paternal ancestry. It is winged in the crest to denote the armiger’s twenty-seven-year career as an aerospace engineer. The cross-fleury-staff in the crest is canting for Walker (a staff is a walking stick or pole, i.e., an instrument used by a “Walker”). Finally, the red, white, and blue colours reflect the armiger's British ancestry and American heritage and citizenship.

 
 

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