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Charles C. Lucas, MD

ARMS: Argent, two Aesculapian rods Sable each environed of a serpent Vert on a chief Gules a tobacco leaf Proper between two ears of maize slipped Or a rose Gules at the honour point all within a bordure Sable.

SOURCE/NOTES & CREDITS: Arms blazon, background illustration and text are from the Letters Patent of Charles C. Lucas, MD in a grant of arms recorded on 27 October 2009 on page 49 of Volume 89 in the Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland. Blazon was re-worked by J.H. Gaylor. Text adapted from the Letters Patent and from personal knowledge of the armiger by D.Q. Wedvick.

Colonel Charles Clement Lucas Jr., MD, a living armiger born in 1942, in Wilson, North Carolina, USA, is a Doctor of Medicine and the former Colonel-Commandant of the Veteran Corps of Artillery, State of New York, an Historic Military Command founded in 1790 on the weekends He is also a friend of long standing. dqw 20110806

The artwork is a rendering by John Hamilton Gaylor.

Wedvick Armorial, 148 Lucas, 20100527
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