Harold Johnston STOREY

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ArmsOr, three galleys with sails set sable within an orle of eight oak leaves vert.
CrestIn front of a closed book vert edged or two quill pens in saltire sable.
MottoSCEAL FIOR (A true Story).

The arms were granted to the descendants of Mr Storey’s grandfather, Joseph Storey of Monasterevan, Co. Kildare. The three galleys represent the three branches of the family who had sailed away from Ireland. The old home of Rosglas, means ‘green wood’, hence the orle of oak leaves. The crest, like the motto is a pun on Mr Storey’s surname.

Granted16th August 1979 (Chief Herald of Ireland)
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