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====Official English blazon====
 
====Official English blazon====
 
[[File:Lochead badge.jpg|thumb|right|Badge of {{PAGENAME}}]]
 
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Vert, A Chevron between two Cinquefoils and in base an Eagle displayed Argent, a Chief chequy Azure and Argent. <br>
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Vert, a Chevron between three Cinquefoils Argent, a chief chequy Azure and Agent. <br>
 
For crest On a helm with a Wreath Azure and Argent, a Sun in splendour Or behind a Hand in benediction Proper. <br>
 
For crest On a helm with a Wreath Azure and Argent, a Sun in splendour Or behind a Hand in benediction Proper. <br>
 
Motto: Assiduitate Non Desidia
 
Motto: Assiduitate Non Desidia
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===Origin/meaning===
 
===Origin/meaning===
 
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The chequy is a nod to the armiger's ancestral home of Paisley. It is also a nod to their law enforcement career. The Vert represents the colours of their home towns and the colour of New Zealand land. The Chevron symbolises the mountains of New Zealand as well as the armiger's life of military and law enforcement. The Cinquefoils represent hope and joy and are another nod to Paisley and the Eagle represents the armiger's role as a protector as a law enforcement officer. The hand and sun is the crest used by the Locheads as listed in Fairbairn 1905.
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The chequy is a nod to the armiger's ancestral home of Paisley. It is also a nod to their law enforcement career. The Vert represents the colours of their home towns and the colour of New Zealand land. The Chevron symbolises the mountains of New Zealand as well as the armiger's life of military and law enforcement. The Cinquefoils represent hope and joy and are another nod to Paisley. The hand and sun is the crest used by the Locheads as listed in Fairbairn 1905.
  
 
====Registration details====
 
====Registration details====

Latest revision as of 15:11, 15 August 2019

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RHYS ANTHONY LOCHEAD

Registration no.: 014/2018

Individual/family : Individual
Country of origin : New Zealand
Place of origin : Hamilton
Granted : No
Granted/officially recorded by : -

Arms of Rhys Anthony Lochead

Official English blazon

Badge of Rhys Anthony Lochead

Vert, a Chevron between three Cinquefoils Argent, a chief chequy Azure and Agent.
For crest On a helm with a Wreath Azure and Argent, a Sun in splendour Or behind a Hand in benediction Proper.
Motto: Assiduitate Non Desidia

Other language blazon

Origin/meaning

Standard of Rhys Anthony Lochead

The chequy is a nod to the armiger's ancestral home of Paisley. It is also a nod to their law enforcement career. The Vert represents the colours of their home towns and the colour of New Zealand land. The Chevron symbolises the mountains of New Zealand as well as the armiger's life of military and law enforcement. The Cinquefoils represent hope and joy and are another nod to Paisley. The hand and sun is the crest used by the Locheads as listed in Fairbairn 1905.

Registration details

Registered with the International Society of Commoners Heraldry.


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