Arms: Per bend Azure and Sanguine, a bend Argent, in sinister chief three ancient ploughs in pale proper, in dexter base an oak tree eradicated proportional of the third.
Crest: Above the shield sets a helmet with a mantling Azure doubled Argent and on a wreath of the liveries set for crest, a tun fesswise proper draped with grape vines leaved proper fructed Purpure.
Motto: Quaerere Eam, Consequentes (Seek it out, Pass it on)
Arms: The Arms were inspired by the original Arms of Richard Steepy (1749-1836) who was both a farmer and a member of the New Jersey Militia during the 1790’s. The armiger's Arms were modified in the dexter base with a change in tincture to Sanguine (meaning blood red) and symbolizing family blood lines and the addition of the Oak Tree signifying the armiger's role as the family genealogist.
Crest: The barrel and grape vines symbolize one of the armiger's other passions as a vintner and a connoisseur of red wine.
American College of Heraldry, Reg. No. 3519
21 December 2012: Registration No. 0244 (Vol.2), The Armorial Register - International Register of Arms.
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