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William Lindsay (officer of arms)

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William Lindsay CVO FSA Clarenceux King of Arms from 1922 until 1926.
William Lindsay CVO FSA Clarenceux King of Arms from 1922 until 1926.

William Alexander Lindsay, CVO, FSA (8 June 1846 – 13 September 1926) was a long-serving officer of arms at the College of Arms in London.[1] Lindsay was the son of Hon. Colin Lindsay son of James 7th Earl of Balcarres, 24th Earl of Crawford and Lady Frances Howard, daughter of the Earl of Wicklow. On 7 May 1870, he married Lady Harriet Hamilton-Gordon, a daughter of the 5th Earl of Aberdeen and Mary Baillie. His heraldic career began in 1882 when he was appointed Portcullis Pursuivant in Ordinary at the College of Arms.[2] He was promoted to the office of Windsor Herald of Arms in Ordinary in 1894.[3] In 1919, he was promoted Norroy King of Arms after Charles Athill was promoted to Clarenceux King of Arms.[4] Three years later, Lindsay followed Athill to the role of Clarenceux on Athill's death.[5] Lindsay held the office from 1922 until his own death in 1926.[6]

Arms

Coat of arms of William Lindsay
Arms of William Lindsay.svg
Adopted
Matriculated Lyon Register 1871, and with the College of Arms in 1897.
Crest
From an antique coronet or a swan's neck & wings proper.
Escutcheon
Quarterly, (1 & 4) gules, a fess checky argent & azure (Lindsay); (2) or, a lion gules & ribbon over all sable (Abernethy); (3) quarterly, (i & iv) gules, a bend between 6 crosses crosslet fitchy argent (Howard); (ii & iii) argent, a lion gules (Forward).[7]
Motto
Endure Fort

See also

References

  1. ^ "Lindsay, William Alexander (LNDY864WA)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge.
  2. ^ "No. 25183". The London Gazette. 29 December 1882. p. 6649.
  3. ^ "No. 26494". The London Gazette. 13 March 1894. p. 1523.
  4. ^ "No. 31574". The London Gazette. 30 September 1919. p. 12009.
  5. ^ "No. 32781". The London Gazette. 29 December 1922. p. 9162.
  6. ^ "No. 33210". The London Gazette. 12 October 1926. p. 6543.
  7. ^ "Clarenceux King of Arms | British History Online". www.british-history.ac.uk. Retrieved 2018-11-21.

External links

Heraldic offices
Preceded by
James Pulman
Portcullis Pursuivant
1882–1894
Succeeded by
George William Collen
Preceded by
Sir William Henry Weldon
Windsor Herald
1894–1919
Succeeded by
Sir Algar Howard
Preceded by
Charles Athill
Norroy King of Arms
1919–1922
Succeeded by
Gordon Lee
Preceded by
Charles Athill
Clarenceux King of Arms
1922–1926
Succeeded by
Gordon Lee


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