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Laird, James D.

Registration Information:

  • Society of American Armigers Registry No.: AA0088
  • Registration Date: 24 August 2020
  • Heraldic Artist: Lee Lumbly
  • Armiger: Maj. James D. Laird, Mesa, Arizona, USA

* The following blazon and/or emblazonment are hereby Certified by the armiger listed, to be his/her original (or inherited/matriculated) Arms.

Category: American Armigers

Arms as interpreted by Lee Lumbly
Arms as interpreted by Lee Lumbly


Arms:  Or, in bend three feathers bend sinisterways Gules. Above the shield is placed an Helmet befitting his degree, with a mantling Gules Doubles Or.

Crest:  On a Wreath of the Liveries is set for Crest issuing out of flames Or and Gules a phoenix Gules beaked Or.


Badge:  Per pale three feathers conjoined per fess Gules, encircled by a crown of ancient nobility proper.

Alternate Badge:  A Wyvern passant wings endorsed Gules armed Or eyed Or and Sable colored by a crown of ancient nobility proper, Chained Or.

Design Rationale:

Three feathers being the badge of the Laird (Chief) of a clan it is a pun on the name of Laird.

Other Registration(s):

  • The American College of Heraldry, #179

  • The Chronicler King of Arms of Spain, Protocola 601985, Folioa 183-185.

  • The Lord Lyon King of Arms, Vol. 53, p. 66 of the Public Register of All Arms and Bearing in Scotland

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