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Registration of Arms
October 20, 2023
Vol. VIII, p. 213
Arms of Henry Dillon Wilson
Gules a wolf rampant, on a chief Argent three annulets Sable;
The wolf is a canting reference to the surname Wilson, the etymology of which likely derives from “Wolf’s son.”
A wolf’s head erased Argent collared and lined Gules holding in its mouth an annulet erect Sable;
The crest repeats the symbolism of the shield.
This Latin phrase means “Virtue prevails.”