Arms: Per chevron Gules and Bleu-celeste a Chevron between in chief two keystones Or each charged with the Lamp enflamed counterchanged and in base a sprig of Oak leaved and fructed all proper.
Crest: From a Wreath Or and Gules a naked man all proper and a Bear Sable langued Gules rampant combatant.
Motto: Omnia facite in nomine Dei (Do all things in the name of God)
The Bleu-Celeste and Chevron represents the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Oak sprig refers to an interest in genealogy and history, the Keystones symbolize the Pennsylvania, the Armiger’s birthplace, and the lamps symbolize the emphasis in education.
The Crest is a symbol of mountain folk, the struggle between nature and man.