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*Laird Andrew Kerensky LLCM

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 31 March 2015. Registration No. 0326. (Vol.2)

Arms: Per chevron Vert and Or, in chief a sackbut placed fesswise of the last and in base a thistle slipped and leaved Proper.

Crest:  A bluethroat (Luscinia svecica) Proper, perched upon a wreath of Or and Vert.

Motto:  Less is More.

Registration: South African Bureau of Heraldry on 5th May 2015 certificate number 3850.

Heraldic Badge Registration: South African Bureau of Heraldry on 27th November 2016 certificate number 3871.

Heraldic Standard Registration: South African Bureau of Heraldry on 27th November 2016 certificate number 3872.

The Arms of Laird Andrew Kerensky

Rendition of arms by Mr Gavin Schlemmer, Chief Heraldic artist for the Bureau of Heraldry, South Africa.

The armiger lives and teaches music in North Yorkshire and is a Licentiate of the London College of Music.

The sackbut reflects his principal instrument, the tenor trombone. The thistle is symbolic of the armigerís Gaelic & Scandinavian roots. Both his grandfather George and great grandfather Hugh are from Greenock, Scotland and served in the army during the first and second world wars. One pair of his great, great grandparents, Elias a mariner and his wife Matilde, were originally from Sweden and Norway respectively but moved to Hull, England in the 1850ís. Curiously the armigerís South African connection is supplied by his great, great grandfather John Thomas of Middlesbrough who served as a career soldier for Queen Victoria and King Edward in South Africa during the Boer War and received the QSA & KSA campaign medals.

The Crest, the male Bluethroat has a varied and imitative song; a pun on the armigerís profession.

The Motto, Less is More, reflects the armigerís interest in minimalism.

The Badge of Laird Andrew Kerensky

These arms have been registered as a Trade Mark (Class 41: Education services relating to music) with the UK Gov Intellectual Property Office under no.UK00003103525.

The Armiger's daughters are both registered with The Armorial Register Ltd Miss Zarah Rahannah Kerensky No.0342 and Miss Allyssaharmony Kerensky No.0344.

* For the purpose of clarity, Laird is the armigerís first name and does not refer to a title.

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