Francis Edward Joseph Grimshaw

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FRANCIS EDWARD JOSEPH GRIMSHAW

Born : October 6, 1901
Deceased : March 22, 1965

Bishop of Plymouth, 1947-1954
Archbishop of Birmingham, 1954-1965

Arms of Francis Edward Joseph Grimshaw

Official blazon

Argent griffin segreant azure collared and lined with a cord, the pendant part thereof tied in three knots of the field; on a chief or fifteen Tudor roses gules. Motto: Sub potenti manu Dei (Beneath the mighty hand of God).

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