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Mark Windsor

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 28th June 2016. Registration No. 0393 (Vol.3).

Arms: Sable two chevronelles between three crosses crosslet Or.

Crest:  A demi-bear rampant Sable armed and langued Gules. .

Motto: Motto: Pro Deo Familiaque (For God and Family)

Assumed: United States of America

The Arms of Mark Windsor

The charges are reflective of two branches of the armigerís paternal family, and date back to the mid-16th century. The colours come from one branch of the armigerís maternal family. The chevron signifies protection and the three crosses crosslet signify the trinity with the crosslet portion of the crosses represent the twelve apostles. The Crosses crosslet also represent the armigers three inheritors. The bear comes from the armigerís maternal family, and has been a known heraldic image for many generations.

 

 
 

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