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Registration of Arms
September 15, 2021
Vol. VIII, p. 12
Arms of Charles William Beatty
Azure a fess embattled Argent masoned Sable between three pheons Or;
The Canadian Heraldic Authority does not have confirmed symbolism for this emblem. The following comments are hypotheses only. The fortress wall and arrowheads may refer to the Siege of Londonderry (1688-1689), where Mr. Beatty’s ancestor Captain William Beatty defended the city.
A castle triple-towered Argent, the centre tower charged with a pheon Azure;
The Canadian Heraldic Authority does not have confirmed symbolism for this emblem. The following comments are hypotheses only. The castle possibly alludes to the coat of arms of Londonderry.
QUI BEAT BEATUS;
This Latin phrase, meaning “Happy is he who makes somebody happy,” is a canting reference to Mr. Beatty’s surname.
Office of the Chief Herald of Ireland, Dublin.
Office of Ulster King of Arms, Dublin / Bureau du roi d’armes Ulster, Dublin
The recipient’s emblems were originally recorded at the Office of the Ulster King of Arms, Dublin, Ireland, 11 April 1912.