Squadron Leader Antony FARNATH

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ArmsOr, a bend cotised Sable on a chief Azure three mural crowns Argent.
CrestIssuant from a coronet Or a lion sejant erect double-queued per fess indented Gules and Azure holding between the forepaws an estoile Gold gorged with a collar compony-counter-compony Sable and Argent attached thereto a line Or terminating in a cross crosslet fitchy also Or.
MottoVIRTUTE ET FIDE (By virtue and faith)

The whole achievement of arms, crest and badge allude to the twenty armigerous ancestors of the armiger. The cottised bend and tincture of the shield (together with the motto) are taken from the Harley arms. The three mural crowns represent the three strong points of Jerusalem: Mt Moriah, the Tower of David and the Gate of Pillar and refers to an early ancestor who took part in the first crusade. More family links are seen in the crest. The lion is from the Plantagenet arms and the double-queue is from the Welles arms. The indented line is used by Croft and Skerret and the tinctures of red and blue by Dabitot. The Harwoods’ checky field is seen in the collar of the lion and the estoile is for Rayner. Finally, the cross crosslet is found in the Beauchamp arms.

Granted20th August 2004 (College of Arms)
AgentRobert Noel (Lancaster Herald)
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