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Densmore
Douglas Warren Densmore

ARMS: Azure on a mount in base a castle twin-towered proper ports sable, a window above the gate barred with three rods palewise or, and issuant from the battlements a flagstaff argent flying a banner vert three garbs or; in dexter chief three stars two and one argent.

SOURCE/NOTES & CREDITS: The source for the blazon is J.H. Gaylor with translation from the Spanish by D.Q. Wedvick. The source for the arms is from a copy of the original Certification of Arms to Douglas Warren Densmore by Don Vicente de Cadenas y Vicent, dated 1 March 2000 and countersigned and sealed by a Sub-Secretary of the Spanish Ministry of Justice, Miss Teresa Perni Pedret, on 17 March 2000 and in the Chronista’s records as Protocol 3/2000, Folios 123-127.

Born in 1948, the armiger is a Commander in the Venerable Order, a successful and hard working attorney-at-law, and an old & valued friend. dqw 20100125

The artwork is a rendering by John Hamilton Gaylor.

Wedvick Armorial, 060c, Densmore, 20080709
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