Craig Ryan Steepy

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CRAIG RYAN STEEPY

Registration no.: 012/2019

Individual/family : Individual
Country of origin : United States
Place of origin : State of Washington
Granted : No
Granted/officially recorded by : -

Arms of Craig Ryan Steepy

Official English blazon

Arms: Per bend Azure and Sanguine a bendlet Argent, in sinister chief three ancient ploughs in pale proper, in dexter base an oak tree eradicated proportional of the third.

Crest: Above the shield is placed a helm with a torse Argent and Azure with a mantling of the liveries. For Crest a tun fesswise proper draped with grape vines leaved Vert fructed Purpure.

Motto: Quaerere Eam, Consequentes (Seek it out, Pass it on)

Other language blazon

Contents

Origin/meaning

These arms are a variation of the arms of Richard Steepy, the armiger's ancestor, as recorded with the Armorial Register No. 0234. The blue field and white bendlet represent the uniform of the New Jersey regiments during the American Revolutionary War, of which Richard Steepy was enlisted. The three ploughs represent the family's occupation in agriculture. The field of dark red (Sanguine or blood red) in the lower right symbolizes family genetics while the Oak tree symbolizes family history, past, present & future and the armigers role as the Steepy family historian. Crest: The barrel and grape vines represents the armigers other passion as a vintner and connoisseur of red wine.

Registration details

American College of Heraldry No. 3519 Armorial Register No. 0244 Society of American Armigers No. AA0026 International Society of Commoners Heraldry pg.10 rw.1 cl.3


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