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Last Update: 21/04/2022


Robert Lee Graham

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 21st April 2022 Registration No. 0624 (Vol.4).

Arms: Or on a chevron Sable three escallop of the first.

Crest: Three tridents conjoined, two in saltire and one erect, each charged with an escallop Or.

Motto: Semper Paratus.

Assumed: USA, 22nd February 2022.


Artist: Quentin Peacock.

The Arms of Robert
                                                Lee Graham

These are the personal arms for Mr. Robert Lee Graham of Pasadena Texas, and are borne with a mark of cadency by his one and only child, his son, Christopher Lee Graham.

The shield is based upon the stem arms of Graham viz three gold escallop shells on a black field (Sir John Graham of Dundaff carried a banner with three golden escallops on a field of black and those same three escallops upon a black ground are a feature of the Chiefly arms of Montrose); the escallop is an accepted common feature in Graham arms.

The crest sits on an Or and Sable torse. The three conjoined golden tridents also show three golden escallops at the fork all representing the armigerís three siblings whom he sees himself as a protector of. The helm is here depicted as a Mark V deep-sea diving helmet denoting his long career as a commercial diver. The traditional mantling is replaced with the Or and Sable tentacles of an octopus representing his unpredictable cunningness and his mystical ability to grow and heal. The Sable Chevron represents a long professional history working as a commercial deep-sea diver for energy companies.

The motto tells everyone of a preparedness for any situation and that the bearer is standing by ready to help even at a momentís notice.

 
 

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