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Lindley-Highfield
Mark Paul Lindley-Highfield of Ballumbie Castle

Arms: Per fess Purpure and Vert, a fess chequy Sable and Argent between in chief a castle of two towers Argent masoned Sable the windows and Port Azure and in base a rose Argent, barbed Sable and Seeded Or.

Crest: Two swans respectant Sable each holding in its beak a rose Argent

Motto: Fortiores Coniuncti (Together Stronger )

Grant: Recorded on the 60th page of the 88th Volume of the Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland on 26 April 2010.

SOURCE/NOTES & CREDITS: Source for blazon and illustration is an image of the Letters Patent, for illustration credit, see below. Text adapted by D.Q. Wedvick from the Matriculation and documents provided by the armiger to the Society of Scottish Armigers and from page 187, Burke’s Peerage & Gentry, International Register of Arms.

Mark Paul Lindley-Highfield of Ballumbie Castle was born in Edgbaston, Birmingham, England in 1975. His education includes the Degrees of Bachelor of Arts of the Open University and Master of Arts and Master of Research of the University of Aberdeen. He is a Fellow of the Royal Anthropological Institute, Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and is presently a Lecturer in Anthropology in the Cotswolds, England.

The armiger married in Peterhead in the County of Aberdeen, Scotland on 26 November 2007, Charlotte Amy Jane, only daughter of Robert William Winlow, of Seaton Old Hall in the County of York, England. The armiger is the eldest son of Gregory Paul Highfield and his wife Andrea Paula, daughter of George Edward Dale. The Armiger currently resides in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England.

Within the matriculation it shows that by Disposition of date 4 June 2008 recorded in the Land Register of Scotland for the County of Angus of date 9 June 2008 the armiger was infeft in All and Whole the Lands of Ballumbie Castle, Dundee in the County of Angus. The Lord Lyon also recognised him in the name of Mark Paul Lindley-Highfield of Ballumbie Castle in the Letters Patent of his grant. dqw 2013 0528

The artwork is a rendering by one of the herald painters of the Court of the Lord Lyon.
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