Mortimer Patrick Bogert

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Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada
Registration of Arms
January 15, 2021
Vol. VII, p. 355

Arms of Mortimer Patrick Bogert
Arms of Mortimer Patrick Bogert
 
Arms of Mortimer Patrick Bogert

Arms of Mortimer Patrick Bogert

Blazon

Or a lymphad proper pennons Gules between three apple trees eradicated fructed proper;

Symbolism

The Canadian Heraldic Authority does not have confirmed symbolism for this emblem. The following comments are hypotheses only. Apple trees are commonly found in Bogert family emblems and are a canting reference to the Dutch word boomgaard, which means “orchard.”

Crest

Blazon

A beaver couchant in front of an apple tree fructed proper upon a grassy mount Vert issuant from a mural crown Or;

Symbolism

The Canadian Heraldic Authority does not have confirmed symbolism for this emblem. The following comments are hypotheses only. The apple tree is a canting reference to the name Bogert. The beaver may refer to the numerous senior positions that Major-General Bogert held in the Canadian Army during the Second World War. The mural crown is a symbol of military achievement for an army officer.

Motto

Blazon

INTEGRITAS;

Symbolism

This Latin word means “Integrity.”

 

Background

Canada Gazette Information

The announcement of the letters patent was made on December 11, 2021 in Volume 155, page 5668 of the Canada Gazette.

Letters patent registering the heraldic emblems of Mortimer Patrick Bogert

Additional Information

Creator(s)

Not available.

Painter

Artist of the College of Arms, London / Artiste du Collège d’armes, Londres

Calligrapher

Not applicable

Recipient Type

Individual

Other Information

The recipient’s emblems were originally recorded at the College of Arms, London, England, 15 May 1960.