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Last Update: 25/02/2022

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Steven Scott Holy

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 25th February 2022 Registration No. 0622 (Vol.4).

Arms: Vert, a bend raguly between two horseshoes pointed upwards Argent pierced seven times of the field.

Crest: A demi fox rampant Proper.

Motto: Familia Primum.

Assumed: USA, 27th February 2022.

The Arms of Steven Scott Holy

The Holy family Coat-of-Arms was assumed by Staff Sergeant Steven Scott Holy on the fifth anniversary of his wedding to his beloved wife Michelle Elizabeth Holy. The armorial achievement was designed, by the armiger, in order that the Holy family name might live on through its inheritance by future generations.

The Vert (green) Field represents hope, stability, endurance, loyalty in love and growth of the family. The Argent (White) bend raguly represents success cutting through the difficult times at hand. The two Argent Horseshoes are open upwards and nailed seven times for good luck and fortune representing the Holy family, Roxanne Elizabeth and Konrad Steven Holy.

Upon the Helm stands a Fox which implies one who is ready for war and will use all that they may possess of wisdom and wit in their own defence. This is true to the armigerís profession as a Cavalry Scout in the United States Army; ready to defend and protect. Finally, and most importantly, is the Holy Family Motto; Familia Primum, which, when translated from Latin can be paraphrased as Family First.

 
 

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