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Darren Evetts, Lord of the Manor of Burntwood

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 7th October 2015. Registration No. 0368 (Vol.3) (Lordship & Barony Register)

Arms: Argent, within a frame of nine Pellets spread throughout the base, dexter and sinister edges of the shield, in chief two closed books bound Gules the dexter charged with a text D and the sinister a text E both Or; on honour point an open book Argent bound Gules over which is charged from middle base an inkpot Azure with a quill erect Argent.

Crest: A country gentleman with rifle and haversack seated amid foliage and studying an open book all Proper.

Motto: Verba Volant Scripta Manent

Assumed: England, 15th September 2015

The Arms of Darren
                                                Evetts, Lord of the
                                                Manor of Burntwoo

The armiger is Lord of the manor of Burntwood, Staffordshire, and a member of the Manorial Society of Great Britain.

The Motto, Verba Volant, Scripta Manent is a Latin proverb. Literally translated, it means "spoken words fly away, written words remain". This phrase seems to come from a speech of Caius Titus of the Roman Senate, who suggests that spoken words might easily be forgotten, but written documents can always be conclusive in public matters.
 

 
 

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