Snawdoun Herald gave a well received talk to the Aberfoyle Ladies Guild on Monday about the work of a herald which included both armorial and ceremonial. Here is Snawdoun's badge, illustrating the title's derivation from Stirling Castle.
Thursday, 20 February 2020
Tuesday, 18 February 2020
On the evening of the 17th February the Lord Lyon as Honorary President of the Scottish Genealogical Society chaired the Society’s AGM after which he gave a talk entitled “Should Robert Burns be granted a Coat of Arms”. Here once again is the lovely version painted by the quondam Ross Herald Extraordinary, Mark Dennis, based on the bard's own design.
Saturday, 15 February 2020
Friday, 14 February 2020
Thursday, 13 February 2020
Dingwall Pursuivant took a group of ladies from Queen Margaret University Graduate Association around the Office and gave a brief introduction on the general work of the Office as well as letting them have a good look at some Registers.
Snawdoun Herald gave a well received talk to the Aberfoyle Ladies Guild on Monday about the work of a herald which included both armorial an...
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