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KER & KERR ARMS

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Anciently Recorded in Scotland

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Armiger
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1) KER OF SESFUIRDE

2) KER OF SESFURD

3) KER OF SESFORD

4) KER OF SESSFORD

1) Quarterly: 1st and 4th Gules, three mascles Or (Weapont) 2nd and 3rd Azure, on a chevron Argent three mullets of eight points Vert (Ker).

2) Gules, on a chevron Argent three mullets Azure and in base a unicorn's head erased Argent

3) Vert, on a chevron Argent three mullets Gules and in base a unicorn's head erased Argent horned Or

4) Vert, on a chevron between three unicorns' heads erased Argent as many stars Sable.

1) Sir David Lindsay's Armorial, 1542
DL311

2) Seton Armorial, 1591
SN271

3) Dunvegan Armorial, c1600
DV170

4) Alexander Nisbet's System of Heraldry 1722


1) KER OF PHERNIHIRST


2) KER OF PHAIRNYHIRST


3) KER OF FERNIEHURST

1) Gules, on a chevron Argent three cinquefoils Gules and in base a stag's head erased Or.

2) Gules on a chevron Argent three mullets Azure in base a stag's head erased Or.

3) Gules, on a chevron Argent three mullets Gules

1)Queen Mary's Roll, 1562 - QM005

2) Armorial of Sir David Lindsay of the Mount (Secundus)

3) Alexander Nisbet's System of Heraldry 1722

Livery button

KER OF SAMYSTOVN

Argent, a unicorn rampant Sable. Foreman's Armorial, 1563

FAL180

KER OF CHATTO

Gules, on a chevron Argent three stars Gules and in base a buck's head erased Argent, a crescent Argent in chief all within a bordure Azure Alexander Nisbet's System of Heraldry 1722

Officially Recorded in Scotland

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Armiger
Blazon
Source
KER OF CAVERS

Gules on a chevron Argent three mullets of the field within a bordure chequy of the second and first. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1672-7

KER OF GREENHEAD

Gules on a chevron between a crescent in chief Argent and a stag's head in base erased Or three mullets of the first. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1672-7

KER OF CHATTO

Gules on a chevron between a crescent in chief Argent and a stag's head in base erased Or three mullets of the first within a bordure Azure. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1672-7

KER OF KNOCK

Azure on a chevron Argent between two holly leaves in chief proper and [in base] a unicorn's head erased of the second attired Or three mullets Gules. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1672-7

KER OF LITTLEDEAN

Quarterly 1st & 4th Vert on a chevron Argent three mullets Gules and in base a unicorn's head erased of the second 2nd & 3rd Azure three crosses moline Argent (for Ainslie of Dolphinton). Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1672-7

KER OF MORISTON

Quarterly 1st & 4th Vert on a chevron Argent three mullets Gules and in base a unicorn's head erased of the second 2nd & 3rd Azure three crosses moline Argent (for Ainslie of Dolphinton) all within a bordure Argent. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1672-7

Master Andrew KER
Sheriff of Linlithgo

Vert on a chevron crenelle between a unicorn's head erased in chief and a stag's head couped in base Argent three mullets Sable. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1672-7

KER OF SUNDERLANDHALL

Gules on a chevron Argent three mullets of the first and in base a stag's head erased Or all within a bordure invected of the second. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1672-7 1st Matric

KER OF YAIR now of SUNDERLANDHALL

Gules on a chevron Argent three mullets Azure in base a stag's head erased Or guttee de sang. . Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1692-8 2nd Matric

KERR OF BOUGHTRIG

Gules on a chevron Argent three mullets of the field within a bordure of the second. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1787

William KERR
Physician, Northampton

Gules on a chevron between a fleur de lys in chief and a martlet in base Argent three mullets of the field. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1787

Colonel James KERR
H.E.I.C.S.

Gules on a chevron embattled between a fleur de lys in chief and a martlet in base Argent three mullets of the field. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1806

SCOTT KERR OF CHATTO

Quarterly 1st & 4th Gules on a chevron between a crescent in chief Argent and a stag's head in base erased Or three mullets of the first within a bordure Azure. 2nd & 3rd Or on a bend Azure a mullet of six points between two crescents of the field and in the sinister chief point a rose Gules stalked and barbed proper surmounted of a martlet Argent. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1837

KERR OF GALLOWHILL

Gules on a chevron Argent two mullets Azure in base a fusil of the second. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1867

John KERR
Writer, Glasgow

Gules on a chevron cotised Argent three mullets of the field. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1880

Rev. Beauchamp K W KERR-PEARSE
Rector of Ascot, Bucks.

Quarterly 1st & 4th Azure the sun in his splendour proper 2nd & 3rd Gules on a chevron Argent three mullets of the field all within a bourdure quarterly Argent and Or. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1891

Mrs Margaret KERR

Argent on a chevron Azure three mullets Or on a canton ermine a man's heart proper pierced by three passion nails of the third. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1892

Sir John Henry INNES-KER Bt
Duke of Roxburghe

Quarterly, 1st and 4th grandquarters counter quartered i and iv Vert on a chevron between three unicornís heads erased Argent as many mullets Sable (for KER) ii and iii Gules three mascles Or (for WEAPONT) 2nd and 3rd grandquarters Argent three mullets of six points Azure (for INNES OF THAT ILK). An Ordinary of Arms Volume II 1902-1973

16th December 1904 18/14

William David KER

Vert on a chevron between two unicorns' heads erased Argent crined and horned Or in chief and a mascle of the second in base three mullets Gules. An Ordinary of Arms Volume II 1902-1973

11th April 1910 20/63

Hon Sir Arthur Milford KER

Gules on a chevron invected Argent three mullets of the field and in base a stag's head erased Or powdered with guttes de sang all within a bordure invected of the second charged with a crescent of the first for difference. An Ordinary of Arms Volume II 1902-1973

25th March 1912 21/47

(Lord) Walter Talbot KERR

Gules on a chevron Argent three mullets of the field in the chief point a mullet of the second for difference. An Ordinary of Arms Volume II 1902-1973

10th March 1913 21/80

David Russell KER
Canada

Gules on a chevron invected Argent three mullets of the field and in base a stag's head erased Or guttes de sang all within a bordure invected of the second charged with three mullets of the field for difference. An Ordinary of Arms Volume II 1902-1973

17th April 1914 22/40

Stanley Chandos Stavely KER
Canada

Vert on a chevron Argent between three maple leaves slipped Or as many mullets Gules. An Ordinary of Arms Volume II 1902-1973

5th January 1927 27/26

Capt. Philip Walter KER
Rouge Croix Pursuivant of Arms

Gules on a chevron Argent three mullets of the field in the chief point a mullet a bordure of the second for difference. An Ordinary of Arms Volume II 1902-1973

8th July 1929 28/44

William Walter Raleigh KERR

Gules on a chevron between three eagles close Argent as many mullets of the field. An Ordinary of Arms Volume II 1902-1973

28th February 1935 31/37

Maj. Francis Ernest KERR

Gules on a chevron engrailed Argent three mullets of the field. An Ordinary of Arms Volume II 1902-1973

27th December 1937 32/79

Most Hon Sir Philip Henry KERR
Marquis of Lothian

Quarterly 1st & 4th Azure the sun in his splendour Or - as a coat of augmentation for the peerages of Lothian 2nd & 3rd Gules on a chevron Argent three mullets of the field (for Kerr of Fernihurst). An Ordinary of Arms Volume II 1902-1973

20th February 1941 34/27

Lt Col the Rt Hon Charles Iain KERR
Baron Teviot

Quarterly 1st & 4th Gules on a chevron Argent three mullets of the field (for Kerr of Fernihurst) 2nd & 3rd Per fess Gules and Vert on a chevron Argent between in chief three mascles Or and in base a unicorn's head of the third horned of the fourth three mullets of the first at the fess point of the escutcheon a Rose Or. An Ordinary of Arms Volume II 1902-1973

5th November 1943 34/78

Rt Hon Sir Archibald CLARK-KERR
Baron Inverchapel

Per pale dexter Gules sinister per fess Sable and Or a fess cheuy Azure and Argent surmounted of a chevron of the last charged with three mullets of the first all between the sun in his splendour of the third and a boar's head couped of the fifth armed of the third and langued of the first inchief and a crescent in base counter changed. An Ordinary of Arms Volume II 1902-1973

6th June 1948 36/133

George KERR OF FULWOODHEAD

Gules on a chevron Argent cottised Or three mullets of the first and in base a hunting horn of the second stringed of the third. An Ordinary of Arms Volume II 1902-1973

28th March 1968 51/40

James William Coul KERR

Gules on a chevron cottised Argent a martlet between two escallops Azure. An Ordinary of Arms Volume II 1902-1973

27th August 1968 51/60

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Full Achievement
Alistair William Jackson KERR

Gules, a chevron argent, three fleurs-de-Lys of the first. Court of the Lord Lyon

26th January 2001