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Colonel Wayne Morgan

Arms: Azure, on a bend Or between in chief a stag’s head cabossed and in base a cross crosslet fitchée Or, three stalks of bulrush Proper. Above the shield is placed an helm befitting his degree with a Mantling Azure and Or and a wreath of the liveries is set for Crest a dexter arm in armour proper the hand holding two arrows in saltire points upward Argent, and in an Escrol over this same Motto “PERSEVERANTATIA: HONOR.

SOURCE/NOTES & CREDITS: Blazon and some text background is from the Letters Patent of Wayne Joseph Morgan as recorded on page 30 of Volume 89 in the Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland on 15h September 2008. Only an unclear image of the arms from the LsP was available for background. Text by D.Q. Wedvick is adapted from conversations with COL Morgan and culled from papers submitted to the Society of Scottish Armigers.

Wayne Joseph Morgan, Colonel, 1st Special Forces (Regiment), AUS Ret. was born in 1946 and has been accepted as the head-of-family of the Morgan Sept of the Clan Mackenzie by John Ruaridh Grant Mackenzie, 5th Earl of Cromartie - Chief of Clan MacKenzie. He grew up in the Army and two sons are SF and Infantry Lieutenant Colonels. US Army Special Forces are a verra small group of special operators, mainly known to each other. We have two retired Special Forces men as close friends and both know and served with COL Morgan in that unique and brave organization, during his 37+ years of commissioned service. Today he and his wife live in the mountains of western North Carolina, a veritable hotbed of Scottish-American activity. We are privileged to call COL Morgan a friend. dqw 20100313

The artwork is a rendition by John Hamilton Gaylor

Members Arms, 003b Morgan, 20100313
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