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William Jolly, Baron of Stobo

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 10th February 2020. Registration No. 0531. (Lordship & Barony Register)

Arms: Sable, an escutcheon Argent within an orle of eight mullets Or on the escutcheon a rose Gules barbed and seeded Vert.

Crest: Issuing from a crenellated coronet of five towers Or, a banner per saltire Argent and Sable in pale two roses Gules and in fess two mullets Or.

Motto: Beatus Ille.

Grant: Court of the Lord Lyon, on the 25th Page of the 94th Volume of the Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland on 29th October 2018.

Rendition of Scottish arms by David Allan

The Arms of William Jolly, Baron of Stobo

Known commonly as The Much Hon. William Jolly, the armiger is 30th Baron of Stobo in the county of Peeblesshire, Scotland; the caput of the barony being Stobo Castle. Originally created for the 4th Earl of Morton in 1577, the barony is registered in the name of the armiger in the Scottish Barony Register (3/104-107, 4th October 2016). The armiger was admitted to the Convention of the Baronage of Scotland in November 2019.

The armiger also holds the lordship of the Forest of Bowland in Lancashire, a title he has held since 2008 and which entitles him to appoint officers of the Forest, namely, a Bowbearer and a Chief Steward. He received a grant of arms from the College of Arms on 11th September 2001 viz. Arms: Per saltire Argent and Sable, two roses in pale Gules barbed and seeded proper and in fess as many mullets Or; Crest: Out of a coronet Or, three bulrushes Sable slipped and leaved Vert; Badge; Within a circlet of roses Gules barbed and seeded proper three bulrushes Sable slipped and leaved Vert enfiling a coronet Or.

The motto Beatus Ille, common to both Scottish and English arms, is derived from the opening line of Horace’s Second Epode: “Happy he who … tills his ancestral acre”.

The armiger's natural son, Henry FitzJoly, is heir presumptive to both the barony and lordship. He was granted the right to bear his father’s English arms with bar sinister by Royal Licence on 6th February 2014; the said arms being issued by letters patent on 11th September 2015.

Bearing arms in both Scotland and England, when he is outwith the Realm of Scotland, the armiger displays his achievements accolle, as is his right.

The Arms of William Jolly, Baron of Stobo

The Arms of Henry FitzJoly

English Arms of William Jolly

English Arms of Henry FitzJoly

 
 

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