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Captain Edward Hillenbrand

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 3rd May 2014. Registration No. 0307. (Vol.2).

Arms: Azure, two fragments of a broken femur Argent, posed in fleche to the sinister.

Crest: A wyvern Or and Purpure, langued Gules, holding in the dexter forepaw a sword flammant proper.

Motto: Ich Diene

Assumed: United States of America 11 March 2011

Private Registration: American College of Heraldry Registration 3344, 11 March 2011

The Arms of Captain
                                                Edward Hillenbrand

Further Private Registration:  U.S. Heraldic Registry No. 20130629B 29 June 2013.

The Armiger is Captain of Emergency Medical Services (EMS).

The broken femur represents the slowing down of Death; but never beating him. The Azure field is put all on notice that we are loyal to the truth.

The wyvern Or and Purpure of the crest is to remind us of our duty to protect the weak with all our might; the sword flammant proper in its dexter forepaw is to recall to us the fight for justice that never ends.

The Motto: Ich Diene - "I serve" is a statement of fact: that in all parts of life we serve, especially those in need.

Decedants of the armiger eligible to bear these arms include: Eric David Hillenbrand ACH No. 3345, Gregory Thomas Hillenbrand ACH No. 3346 and Brianna Victoria Hillenbrand ACH No. 3347. Issue of Edward Eric Hillenbrand and Kim Susan Hillenbrand nee Bodak.

 
 

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