Peter Geoffrey Green

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DOCTOR THE REVEREND PETER GEOFFREY GREEN

Registration no.: 020/2019

Individual/family : Individual
Country of origin : United Kingdom
Place of origin : -
Granted : Yes
Granted/officially recorded by : Lord Lyon King of Arms

Arms of Peter Geoffrey Green

Official English blazon

Vert on a fess Argent between in dexter chief a balance Or and a sword Argent hilted and pommelled Or in saltire, in sinister chief a cross patonce Argent and in base a triple tower Argent, a sprig of juniper proper the shield ensigned of an ecclesiastical hat corded and tasselled on either side sable, and in an escrol below the same this Motto "Sine Caritas Nulla Veritas"

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Origin/meaning

This is a differenced version of the arms of the armiger's brother, Alexander Michael Stuart Green, who is a Solicitor living in Aberdeen. Whereas his arms have an Irish harp, the armiger's have a cross patonce. The rest of the arms reflect his membership of the Scottish Law Society (the sword and balance in saltire), the triple tower from the coat of arms of Aberdeen, Scotland, and the sprig of juniper symbolising their family connection through their grandmother with Clan Ross (the Chief wears a sprig of juniper in his bonnet). The ecclesiastical hat reflects the fact that the armiger is a priest in the Church of England. The motto means "Without good will there is no truth".

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