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Joshua James Joseph Mitchell Barger

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 14th November 2019. Registration No. 0516 (Vol.3).

Arms: Argent, a chevron Azure between in chief two Northern Cardinals volant and respectant and in base an oak-slip of three acorns Gules, on a chief Gules between two escallops two cubit arms in fess habited Argent the hands conjoined Proper.

Crest: On waves of the sea Azure fimbriated Argent a three-masted ship Proper under sail Argent flagged Gules the mainsail charged with a cross patonce Gules.

Motto: Invictus Maneo (I Remain Unvanquished)

Assumed: United States of America, 14th November 2019.

Design: Arms devised by The Armorial Register Limited

The Arms of Joshua James Joseph Mitchell Barger

The armiger chose to use tinctures of gules (red), agent (white), and azure (blue), representing his American heritage. His ancestors were among the first families to settle in New England colonies. Their descendants later served the United States of America during the American Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, the American Civil War, the First World War, the Second World War, and the Korean conflict.

For the shield's charges, the shaking hands represent the armiger's relationship building through his profession of human resources. The flanking escallops represent his passion for world travel - from the east to the west. In combination with the shaking hands, it also represents the relationships he has built across the globe. The two Northern Cardinals over a chevron represent the armiger's youth when he was raised in the home of his grandparents, in his home state of Illinois (whose official state bird is the Northern Cardinal). The acorned oak sprig represents the time spent at his alma mater, Lake Forest College, whose logo contains the same.

The crest features a sailing ship, representing the armiger's immigrant ancestors who sailed from England, Scotland, and Germany, to begin new lives for themselves and their families. The red cross on the ship's sail represents those immigrant ancestors who arrived during the Great Puritan Migration, while also representing the armiger's Christian faith.

 
 

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