These arms were granted by the College of Arms to Bertram Ewart Sugars Esq., late of the Royal Naval Air Service (1917), founding member of the Royal Air Force (1918), and late Captain (acting Major) Hong Kong Auxilliary Ordinance Corps (1941-45), now deceased. They are now borne by his eldest son, Geoffrey John Kingman-Sugars Esq., JP, Dip.OHSM, FIAAH, MSIA, MNSMS, MACGIH, late of the Royal Australian Air Force with motto 'Fidelis Usque ad Mortem'.
The Arms, with appropriate differences, also borne by the following:-
Christopher John Kingman-Sugars Esq. of Sydney, New South Wales (eldest grandson of B.E. Sugars) same arms with Label of Three Points with motto 'Conanti Dabitur'; The Reverend John Sugars, BSc, BTh, Vicar of St. James Old Cathedral, Melbourne, Victoria (2nd son of B.E.Sugars) - same arms but replacing the Sword and Astral Crown with a Crescent for difference with motto of 'Conanti Dabitur'