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Guy C. Irvin

Arms: Argent three sprigs of holly each of four leaves Proper on a chief Or a saltire Gules charged with four annulets Or.

Crest: A mountain hare in its winter liveries sejant Proper.

Mantling: Gules doubled Argent.

Motto: none.

SOURCE/NOTES & CREDITS: Blazon, background illustration and text are from the Letters Patent of a grant of arms to Guy C. Irvin as recorded on 27 July 2005 on page 15 of Volume 87 of the Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland.

A living armiger, Guy Carlton Irvin was born in 1934 in Oak Park, Illinois, USA. His son, Guy Clifford Irvin, III, was born in Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois. The armiger was appointed, and later elected, Chairman of Clan Irvin Association in July 1995. In July of 2000 he was appointed Lieutenant to David Irvine of Drum, Chief of the Name and Arms of Irvine. The armiger was elevated as his High Commissioner for North America on 31 July 2003. dqw 20110117.

Members Arms, 004 Irvin, 20110117
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