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11 August 2019

Grant of Arms: James Charles Moran 1962

On the 30th May 2019 eBay vendor, ephemeralmayfly, sold the 1962 Grant of Arms to James Charles Moran of Compayne Gardens, Hampstead (b.1917 d.1978).  The winning bid was £149.99. James Moran was a Freeman of the City of London and a Liveryman of The Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers.

 

Arms: Or three piles two issuant from the chief and one from the base Sable each charged with a mullet of six points irradiated Gold.
Crest: A demi griffin Sable beaked and membered Or holding in each claw an ink ball Sable the stocks Gold the balls touching.
Motto: Lux In Tenebris

Dated: 1st June 1962

Garter: Sir Anthony R Wagner
Clarenceux: Sir John Dunamace Heaton-Armstrong

 

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10 April 2016

Grant of Arms: Richard Christopher Sennett 1923

Filed under: Coat of Arms,Heraldry — Stephen J F Plowman @ 17:43
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The sale on eBay of the 1923 Grant of Arms to Richard Christopher Sennett of DeVere Gardens (Vendor: ephemeralmayfly) completed on 11th March for £102.  The Arms were previously included in Barnes Auctions  March 2015 auction catalogue.

Sennett-RichardC LP2

Sennett-RichardC armsArms: Or three cygnets in pale wings elevated purpure between two swords erect Gules.

Crest: Upon a sennett Or barracuda fessways proper a cygnet wings elevated purpure.

Motto: Sine Macula

Sennett AF1929

 

Richard Christopher Sennett was born in 1862, married Amy Georgina Hughes in 1887 and died in 1947.  He was Sheriff of the City of London in 1923-24 and knighted in 1924.  They had two sons:

  1. Richard Hughes Sennett b.1888 d.1978
  2. Noel Stanton Sennett b.1892 m.1919 Annie MacDonald d.1985   He had one son;
    1. Alan Macdonald Sennett  b.1921 Killed in Action 1944 aged 23.

 

 

 

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