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Quinn Josiah Crowninshield Bradlee CCR, MStJ, FSA Scot, FRSA

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 28th November 2017. Registration No. 0437 (Vol.3)

Arms: Or on a base Vert a lion rampant guardant double queued Gules armed and langued Azure chained of the first maintaining in dexter forepaw a sword Proper and in sinister forepaw an escutcheon Azure within a bordure Sable charged with the Imperial Crown of Austria (÷sterreichische Kaiserkrone) Argent all between two hearts inflamed and enfiled with a wreath of thorns and issuant therefrom a cross in chief Sable and a goutte de sang in base Proper.

Crest: On a grassy mound Vert a lion rampant guardant double queued Gules armed and langued Azure chained of the first maintaining in dexter forepaw a sword Proper and in sinister forepaw an escutcheon Azure within a bordure Sable charged with the Imperial Crown of Austria.

Assumed: United States of America 5th Nov 2017.

The Arms of Quinn Josiah Crowninshield Bradlee

Arms painted by Andrew Stewart Jamieson

The gold background represents the armigerís life achievements and successes and was also chosen to represent the status of knighthood. The red lion represents power and a fighting spirit as does it's guardant-rampant stance; its two tails represent the number 22 of the armigerís syndrome, Velo Cardio Facial Syndrome or 22q11 Deletion Syndrome, one of the tails is shorter than the other representing the gene deletion.

The sword is taken from the original Quinn achievement and represents the armigerís name Quinn, which is his mother's last name. The shield the lion is holding represents the middle name of Crowninshield. As the armiger is a twice removed descendant of that family, there is a bordure around the shield for difference. The armigerís Crowninshield ancestor was a judge in the court of the Duke of Saxe-Weimar and was awarded a coat of arms consisting of a white imperial crown on a blue shield. The bordure around the Crowninshield coat of arms is black because the armiger is a descendant of two different lines of a common ancestor via his paternal grandparents both of whose wives bore a coat of arms predominantly black in colour.

The green mound the lion is standing on represents the armigerís last name Bradlee, which was originally Bradley, an English name meaning broad meadow or broad clearing.

The two hearts represent the armigerís survival of two heart failures. The drop of blood below signifies the open-heart surgery undergone by the armiger when only three months old.

The neck ribbon hanging from the coat of arms is that of a Knight Commander of the Royal House of Braganza, the senior Royal house to the throne of Portugal.

Previous Registration of Arms for: Josiah Quinn Crowninshield Bradlee No. 0316 (Vol.2).

 
 

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