2 edition of Arms of the County Councils of Scotland found in the catalog.
Arms of the County Councils of Scotland
David L. H. Patton
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"The three-seax device is also used as the official logo of Essex County Council having been granted as such in The emblem was attributed to Anglo-Saxon Essex in Early Modern historiography. "The earliest reference to the arms of the East Saxon kings was by Richard Verstegan in , in his book 'A Restitution of Decayed Intelligence'.". The surname Huston was first found in Renfrewshire (Gaelic: Siorrachd Rinn Friù), a historic county of Scotland, today encompassing the Council Areas of Renfrew, East Renfrewshire, and Iverclyde, in the Strathclyde region of southwestern Scotland, where they were descended from a Scottish knight, Hugh de Paduinan, who in founded the town.
Once Arms have been granted and recorded in the Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland, they are protected under the law of Scotland. Any infringement of a person's armorial rights in Scotland may be drawn to the attention of the Procurator Fiscal to the Court of the Lord Lyon, who may mount any necessary prosecution of the offender. Official blazon. Arms: Sable fifteen Bezants in pile within a Bordure barry wavy of eight Argent and Azure. Crest: On a Wreath Argent and Azure a Chough proper resting the dexter claw upon a Ducal Coronet Or. Supporters: On the dexter side a Fisherman holding over the exterior shoulder a Net and on the sinister side a Miner resting the exterior hand on a Sledge Hammer all proper.
On 26 September, BBC News Service reported the adoption of a new flag by the Angus Council and the debate the decision has triggered. There seems to be some strong political background behind the case. "The local authority has approved proposals to create a new flag based on the council's coat of arms, at a cost of more than £4, The surname McCulloch was first found in Wigtownshire (Gaelic: Siorrachd Bhaile na h-Uige), formerly a county in southwestern Scotland, now part of the Council Area of Dumfries and Galloway where one of the first on record was Andrew MacCulloch who served King William the Lion of Scotland and received the lands of Myretoun (now Monreith near.
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Arms of the County Councils of Scotland. [David L H Patton] Book: All Authors / Contributors: David L H Patton. Find more information about: Description: 72 unnumbered pages: color coats of arms ; 26 cm: Responsibility: by David L.H.
Patton. Reviews. User-contributed reviews Tags. Add tags for "Arms of the County Councils of Scotland. The arms are new to civic heraldry in Scotland, but refer to the arms of the three pre district councils Clydesdale (the district formerly known as Lanark), Hamilton and East Kilbride, and so includes references to the arms of the pre burghs of East Kilbride, Hamilton, and Lanark, and also to the pre Lanark County Council.
Scotland is divided on a basis of 32 council areas, Wales consists of 22 unitary authorities, Northern Ireland has 26 district councils. Most of all these councils use coats of arms. Both in and in there have been large reforms in all parts of the United Kingdom, which has resulted in a large number of obsolete bodies, many of which.
The Regions and Counties of Scotland The Administrative Regions and Historic Counties of Scotland, their Armorial Bearings (Coats of Arms) Select the Region or Regional Council you require from the Regional Arms below and the other Local Authorities within the chosen region will be displayed.
In either case you will be able to search downwards through the areas to the towns, communities and. The crest is based on the old badge of the county Sherrifs. The blue lion with extended tail comes from the arms of the Percy family, Earls and Dukes of Northumberland. The supporters are gold lions from the attributed arms of King Oswald of Northumbria.
The Pattern of Community Council Bearings: Whether the coats of arms are the same as an old burgh's, keeping centuries old traditions alive, or are completely fresh and new, making new traditions for a new age, the full bearings all follow the same pattern - the shield of arms, the motto below the shield and the coronet ensigning it above.
The Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland The ScotlandsPeople Centre provides access to digital images from the Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland from until years before the current calendar year.
Images purchased from the ScotlandsPeople Centre can be reproduced up to size A3. For local government purposes, Scotland is divided into 32 areas designated as "council areas", which are all governed by single-tier authorities designated as "councils".
They have the option under the Local Government (Gaelic Names) (Scotland) Act of being known (but not re-designated) as a "comhairle" when opting for a Gaelic name; only Comhairle nan Eilean Siar (Council of the Western Location: Scotland. Local government in Scotland is organised through 32 unitary authorities designated as councils which consist of councillors elected every five years by registered voters in each of the council areas.
Councils receive the majority of their funding from the Scottish Government, through aggregate external finance (AEF). AEF consists of three parts: Revenue support grants, non-domestic rates. But, however young Scotland’s civic heraldry may be, it contains coats of arm that are really quite old, like Dundee’s – in use by the royal burgh of Dundee certainly as early asrecorded in for the royal burgh in the Public Register, ‘regranted’ to the City of Dundee District Council following the great local government upheaval ofand ‘re-regranted’ to Dundee.
Scotland. In Scotland county councils existed from to They were created by the Local Government (Scotland) Act and reconstituted forty years later by the Local Government (Scotland) Act County councils were abolished in when a system of large regional councils.
Kincardineshire, also known as the Mearns (from Scottish Gaelic: A' Mhaoirne meaning "the Stewartry"), is a historic county, registration county and lieutenancy area on the coast of northeast is bounded by Aberdeenshire on the north and west, and by Angus on the south.
The name "Kincardine" is also used in Kincardine and Mearns, a committee area of the Aberdeenshire Council Country: Scotland.
The Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland is a legal record of which Coat of Arms is borne by which person and the verbal description, included in each entry, is the relevant feature for this recording process and remains to the present day the way in which a Coat of Arms is registered.
The arms are three lions with ship hulls as tails. The right supporter wears a shield with the arms of the Archbishopric of Canterbury, founded in by St. Augustine. Canterbury is in Kent. The motto means 'unconquered'. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.
Librivox Free Audiobook. Afro Rhythm Radio Podcast Kitchen Table Tales Full text of "The county directory of Scotland". Counties in Scotland. Our database currently has a total of 26 Counties in Scotland. Click on the Town link next to each county to view all the towns in that particular county, and click on the Postcode link to view all the Postcodes in that county.
Official blazon. Arms: Erminois, three pile azure, two issuant from the chief and one in base, each charged with a leopard's face Or. Motto: 'Floreat Salopia'. Origin/meaning. The arms were officially granted on J and continnued by the new authority in The leopards' faces in these arms were adopted by the County Council in from the Borough of Shrewsbury (Azure, 3.
The county council of Berwickshire was formed in by the Local Government (Scotland) Actand applied for a grant of arms the same grant, by Lord Lyon King of Arms was made on 10 October.
The coat of arms shows a bear chained to a wych elm tree, a pun on the county's name: bear + wych = Berwick. In heraldry, this is known as a canting y: Scotland. Aberdeenshire or the County of Aberdeen (Scots: Coontie o Aiberdeen, Scottish Gaelic: Siorrachd Obar Dheathain) is a historic county and registration county of area of the county, excluding the city of Aberdeen itself, is also a lieutenancy county borders Kincardineshire, Angus and Perthshire to the south, Inverness-shire and Banffshire to the west, and the North Sea to Country: Scotland.
Coat of Arms of the City of Edinburgh Council History From the 14th century (possibly earlier), Edinburgh, like other royal burghs of Scotland, used armorial devices in many ways, including on seals. Inthe 'achievement' or 'coat of arms' was formally granted by the Lord Lyon King of Arms.
The counties of England are areas used for different purposes, which include administrative, geographical, cultural and political demarcation. The term 'county' is defined in several manners and can apply to similar or the same areas used by each of these demarcation structures.
These different types of county each have a more formal name but are commonly referred to just as 'counties'.Category: Counties.The main record of individuals in the Scottish army before that we hold is the series of muster rolls (NRS reference E).
These are arranged by regiment and companies or troops. Most are dated afteralthough the earliest dates from They name all the officers and men in a troop or company at a certain place and date.
Ranks are.Peebles also has the largest secondary school in the Borders, Peebles High School, which is attended by pupils from all over Tweeddale.
Ina study by the New Economics Foundation ranked Peebles as the best town in Scotland (second best in the UK, after Hebden Bridge in Yorkshire), for range of independent shops and 'home town identity'.Country: Scotland.