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  1. The College of Arms in London claims to be the heraldic Authority for Australia (a claim disputed by the AHS). The Kings of Arms of England will grant arms to any Australian citizen and, possibly, to any Australian resident. The Lord Lyon King of Arms of Scotland will grant arms to any Australian of Scots descent or close connection.

  2. Grant of arms to John Shakespeare: draft 1. This draft grant of arms for John Shakespeare was prepared and written by William Dethick, Garter King of Arms, the most senior of the 13 heralds of the College of Arms. It is the first of two drafts of the grant, both dated October 20, 1596. October 20, 1596. Grant of arms to John Shakespeare: draft 2.

  3. To establish a right to arms by inheritance it is necessary to prove a descent from an ancestor who is already recorded as entitled to arms in the registers of the College of Arms. The first step in establishing whether there might be a possibility of having a right to arms by descent is to approach the officer in waiting at the College of Arms ...

  4. 27 de set. de 2022 · 27 September 2022. David White, Garter King of Arms, proclaimed the Accession of His Majesty King Charles III at St James's Palace, London, on 10 September 2022. Information about the Proclamation of the new Sovereign by the heralds may be seen here . The text of the Accession Proclamation has been published here, and can be downloaded as a PDF.

  5. Services - College of Arms. Heralds have been genealogists since the fifteenth century. The hereditary nature of arms encouraged them to develop scientific genealogical methods at an early date. Sir William Dugdale (died 1686), Garter King of Arms, was one of the greatest pioneers of modern genealogical research in England.

  6. www.college-of-arms.gov.uk › resources › the-law-of-armsThe Law of Arms - College of Arms

    Control is delegated to the Kings of Arms, or senior heralds, who are Garter, Clarenceux and Norroy and Ulster. They interpret the laws and conventions of arms, and are empowered to grant arms in the name of The Sovereign. Between 1530 and 1689 the Kings of Arms were given Royal Commissions to visit English and Welsh counties, to establish that ...

  7. The College of Arms, in London is one of the few remaining government heraldic authorities in Europe. It was founded in 1484 by King Richard III, and its job is to control heraldry and grant new armorial bearings, sometime called coats of arms . The college is run by the Kings of Arms, heralds and pursuivants who handle heraldic affairs in ...