The wolvesí heads
represent the Anglo-Scottish family of Miller. The double-headed
eagles represent the armigerís descent from the continental families
of d'Alvarez de Asturias, Borcherds and Wiber, those families having
served in the Holy Roman Empire.
The tree trunk in the crest indicates descent from the Old Cape family
of Borcherds. The cornucopia alludes to the armigerís fatherís
marriage to Mary Magdalene Bernadotte Miller; in art the Magdalene is
often represented pouring ointment from a horn. It is imagined that
some of the petals that lie on the ground have fallen from the horn of
plenty, whereof the three colours (white pink and blue) are
significant to the three children of the family.
Lance Bernadotte Miller, b 26/04/67, Wynberg, Cape Town, South Africa
is the son of Richard Bruce Bernadotte
Miller, Baron of Jedburgh Forest (No.0177 Vol.1) and Mary Magdalene Bernadotte Miller, Baroness of Jedburgh Forest. The couple have three children, Lance,
Jonathan Bernadotte Miller (No.0347
27/12/71) and Mary Ann (b 16/04/75). The Lordship and Barony of Jedburgh Forest, established by Crown Charter in 1602, is located in
Roxburgh in the Scottish Borders.
Educated at Stellenbosch University (South Africa), Tshwane University
of Technology (Pretoria Technikon) and the University of Cambridge
(UK), holds B. degree in Economic Sciences (B.Econ), a diploma in
Organisation & Workstudy and qualifications in Executive Coaching.
Served in SA Police Service 1988-2000. Rtd with rank of Colonel. Holds
Police Medal for Faithful Service and two Commendations. Fellow of the
Institute of Leadership & Management. Worked in the Kingdom of Saudi
Arabia for 5 years (2003-2007). Residences: Cape Town and Highveld.
Currently resident in the State of Qatar.