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Jessica Frances Highfield

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 15th June 2023. Registration No. 0676 (Vol.4).

Arms: Per fess Purpure and Vert, a fess chequey Sable and Argent, in chief a castle of two towers Argent masoned Sable the windows and port Azure, in base a daffodil flower Proper (Narcissus Pseudonarcissus).

Crest: Two swans respectant holding in their beaks a daffodil Proper (Narcissus Pseudonarcissus).

Motto: Fortis in Unitate.

Grant: Court of the Lord Lyon: 4th May 2023; 12th page, 94th Volume of the Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland.

The Armorial
                                                Bearings of Jessica
                                                Frances Highfield

This Armorial Achievement was granted to Jessica Frances Highfield by the Lord Lyon King of Arms of Scotland.

The Armiger is the step-daughter of Mark Paul Lindley-Highfield of Ballumbie Castle (0172), on whose Arms the present Grant is based, and is the daughter of Bethan Frances Marion Lindley-Highfield of Ballumbie Castle, daughter of John Worthy Musselwhite (sometime Captain, Monmouthshire Regiment) and his wife, Frances Margaret Huish.

The chief (top half) of the shield represents the armiger's step-father's ownership of Ballumbie Castle in Angus. The fess chequey is an allusion to her step-father having been the 14th Baron of Cartsburn, which anciently was held of the Prince and Great Steward of Scotland as Baron of Renfrew, and also alludes to his membership of The Stewart Society and life membership of the Royal Stuart Society. The base of the shield contains a wild daffodil flower, representing the Armiger's connection with Wales through both her mother's and her step-father's Welsh ancestry.

The colours of the Arms are symbolic of the thistle, indicative of the Armiger's family's love for Scotland, which is also alluded to in the colours of the castle, based on those of the Saltire, the national flag.

The motto, Fortis in Unitate, translates as 'Strength in Unity', which is a reply to her step-father's motto, Fortiores Coniuncti, or 'Together Stronger'.



 
 

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