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Evan Charles McConnell Ellis-Uhls

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 25th Sept 2018. Registration No. 0466 (Vol.3).

Arms: Per pale, Gules and Vert, a goat rampant Argent, unguled and attired Or, in dexter chief and in sinister base a rose Argent.

Crest: A demi goat rampant Argent, unguled and attired Or, grasping in its hooves a flag bearing a saltire raguly Gules.

Motto: None

Certification: Chronicler King of Arms of Castile and Leon, D. Alfonso Ceballos-Escalera and Gila, Marquis de la Floresta under number 13/2018 of his memorandum book the April 9th, 2018.
 

The Armiger is a retired US Army Officer who currently resides in the American Southwest and works in Israel.

The Goat or Bock also Steinbock, is a reoccurring theme in German heraldry and is also seen in the civic heraldry of the Armiger's ancestral home town in Germany. The two white roses symbolize the Armigerís Jacobite ancestors who fled Scotland for North America because of their support of the Stuart Cause.

The demi-goat of the crest is grasping a flag of a saltire raguly Gules (representing the Cross of Burgundy), a flag much represented in the former Spanish Empire in North America, which is the Armigerís birthplace and current home.

 
 

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