The Arms and Crest of Michael John Huxley-Evans

Granted: 28 October 2010
Published: 28 October 2010

Arms and Crest of Michael John HUXLEY-EVANS
Arms and Crest of Michael John HUXLEY-EVANS
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Arms: Per fess nebuly Sable and Ermine in chief a Rose Argent barbed and seeded proper within a wreath of Thorns Or in base three Boar's Heads erased Sable armed Or.

Crest (upon a Helm with a Wreath Argent and Sable): Upon a Grassy Mount Vert a Lion rampant reguardant Or resting the dexter hindpaw upon three Books fesswise Gules edged and clasped Or and holding in the forepaws a Long Cross flory gyronny of eight Argent and Sable. Mantled Sable doubled Argent.

Granted to Michael John Huxley-Evans of Edgbaston, in the City of Birmingham, by Letters Patent of Garter and Clarenceux Kings of Arms dated 28 October 2010. College reference: Grants 175/160.

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