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Camilo Agasim-Pereira of Fulwood & Dirleton CHA, NP
Baron of Fulwood & Dirleton

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 28th January 2006. Registration No. 00010.(Lordship & Barony Register)

Arms: Per chevron engrailed Azure and Argent, in chief between a fleur-de-lis and thistle slipped and leaved Or, a Magen David Argent, in base a fructed pear tree eradicated proper; the shield ensigned below the helmet with a chapeau Gules, doubled Ermine.

Crest: A lion sejant Or, armed and langued Gules, holding in the forepaws a mullet of six points Argent, inscribed thereupon the words “ The Lord is King” in Hebrew letter Sable. Wreath and Mantling: Azure and Argent. Mantle: Gules and Argent.

Motto:
IPSA SCIENTIA POTESTAS EST ( Knowledge is Power)

Registration: 03 of April 2003 The State Herald Office of South Africa. Registration (4/3/4/633). Published in the South Africa Government Gazette # on 11 of April, 2003 Volume 454 Number 24604

The Arms of Camilo Agasim-Pereira of Fulwood

Warrant for Letters Patent by Lord Lyon King of Arms on 18 of March 2005 Officially Recognising the armiger  as Camilo Agasim-Pereira of Fulwood, Baron of Fulwood, in recognition of application dated of 21 of September 2000.

Rendition of Arms by Neil Bromley

The Arms of the Baron of Fulwood and Dirleton and his heirs represents their Jewish faith, love for Scotland and family name origins.

The Magen David Argent has been the symbol of Israel and of the Jewish faith for ages past. The thistle slipped represents the armiger’s pride for his country Scotland. The fructed pear tree eradicated proper, represent the family name Pears or Pear Tree. The fleur-de-lis is a true representation of his past in Europe and the favourite motif of the family. The lion sejant Or, is also one of the oldest symbol of Judaism and the script in Hebrew "Adonai Malech (“The Lord is King” in Hebrew letter") confess to his faith: only the Lord is truly Noble and Faithful.

The Baron of Fulwood & Dirleton has traced his family's lineage in back more than thirteen generations to a Juan Calderon (b. 1662, in Villa Ciervo, Salamanca, Spain who married Ana Sanchez, also from Villa Ciervo, the family lived in the same area until 1901 when then immigrated to Brazil.

The chapeau Gules, doubled ermine and the Baronial Robe are representative of the armiger’s rank in the Nobility of Scotland as Feudal Baron.

The armiger holds the titles of: The Baron of Fulwood & Dirleton, Feudal Lord of Dirleton, Lord of the Manors of Colemere, Fulwood, Gresley, Repton, Morpeth Castle. He is the Hon. Consul for the Republic of Mozambique to The United States of America.

 
 

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