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Luke Gerald Settee

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 3rd September 2021. Registration No. 0606 (Vol.4). 

Arms: Quarterly; Argent Or Sable and Gules, a Cross engrailed per pale Gules and Argent between in chief two Lymphads at sail oars in action flag flying Gules; all within a Bordure Ermine.

Crest: Upon a Mound of Shamrocks and Crocus (Crocus sativus) a Raven wings elevated and addorsed all proper.

Motto: Life Teaches.

Badge: On a plate bordured quarterly Argent Or Sable and Gules a raven displayed Sable encircled by the motto ďLife, Choices, Mistakes, LessonsĒ.

Assumed: Canada 21st July 2021

The Arms of Luke Gerald Settee

The Banner of Luke Gerald Settee

Designed and emblazoned by Lee Lumbley.

The design is based on a combination of factors: the badge representing the Medicine Wheel of indigenous peoples refers to the armigerís First Nations heritage. The Cross symbolizes his connection to the Sinclairís of Scotland in the colours of his homeland Canada. The Lymphads come from the armigerís Scottish ancestors crossing the Atlantic and references a familial connection with the Earl of Caithness as well the armigerís family ties to fishing. The whole shield is differenced by a Bordure Ermine which is in reference to the fur trade which first brought the armigerís Scottish ancestors to Canada.

The Crest design comes from the importance of the Raven to First Nations, the Trefoils from an Irish Heritage, and the Crocus is the provincial flower from the armigerís place of birth.

The Motto and words on the badge originate from personal meaning and experience.

The Badge of Luke Gerald Settee

 

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