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Christopher Edward Braddock J.P., Lord of the Manor of Tibshelf

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 16th November 2006. Registration No. 00076. (Lordship & Barony Register)

Arms: Per bend Azure and Gules, a bend Argent between in chief a dove volant Or bearing in the beak an olive branch proper and in the base an oak tree eradicated Or

Crest: A rose Gules the petals voided Argent barbed Vert and seeded Or.

Motto: Annosso Robo E Quercus

Registration: South African Bureau of Heraldry certificate number 3206 dated 27 March 2000.

Ther Arms of Dr. Christopher Edward Braddock, Lord of the Manor of Tibshelf

The Manor of Tibshelf was acquired by the armiger from Guy's and St. Thomas's Hospital Trust Foundation [originally being granted by Royal Charter on 26 June 1553 by King Edward VI].

The armiger holds a Licentiate award in management from the City & Guilds Institute (LCGI) and is also a member of the Institute of Leadership and Management (MInstLM) In addition he is also an appointed Justice of the Peace (JP) for Derbyshire, UK.

Pass times and hobbies include computer building and networking, target shooting and Martial Arts. The armiger holding a 1st Dan black belt in Wado Ryu Karate.

The colour of the arms represents the colour of the national flag of the armiger. The oak tree represents the meaning of the armigerís name and the dove represents the armigerís interest in the field of natural therapies.

The crest represents the national flower of the armigerís home country.

The motto translates to "The Mighty Oak is Strongest" a reflection of the meaning of the armigerís surname.

 

 

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