Campbells of Glyndwr

Extract of Matriculation of the Arms of Ian Murray Campbell of Glyndwr 

A.I.I.C., C.I.P. Claims Manager (retired), residing at “GLYNBYRN”, Cherry Hill, in the Province of Nova Scotia, Canada, having by Petition unto the Lord Lyon King of Arms of date 25 August 1982 Shewn; THAT he, the Petitioner, who married at Halifax, Nova Scotia aforesaid, 29 June 1963, Margaret Marion, daughter of Frederick R. H. Bywater and his wife Rosalia Knauer, and has issue by her a son and heir apparent John George Frederick Campbell (born 31 August 1969) and a daughter Catherine Margaret Campbell (born 12 April 1967), was born at Halifax aforesaid 25 May 1940 and is the eldest son and heir of the late John Douglas Campbell and his wife (married Hantsport, Nova Scotia, 25 June 1938) Marjorie Jean, daughter of Daniel William Murray; THAT the Petitioner’s said father (born Weymouth North, Nova Scotia 29 August 1909) was eldest son of George Douglas Campbell, Junior, and his wife (Married St. Stephen, New Brunswick, 30 September 1908) Esther Martha, daughter of John Black; THAT the Petitioner’s said grandfather (born Weymouth North aforesaid 2 July 1881) was eldest son of George Douglas Campbell, Senior, and his wife (married Bangor in the State of Maine, United States of America, 19 August 1880)Catherine (Kate) Glidden, daughter of Captain Alpheus T. Palmer of Bangor aforesaid; THAT the Petitioner’s said great-grandfather (born Weymouth North aforesaid, 27 December 1852) was fourth son of the Honourable Colin Campbell III, Member of the Legislative Assembly, Nova Scotia, and his wife Phoebe Anne, daughter of Josiah Gilbert Seeley, of New York and of St. John, New Brunswick; THAT the Petitioner’s said great-great-grandfather (born Shelburne, Nova Scotia, 7 August 1822) was eldest son of Colin Campbell, Junior, Registrar for Digby County and Notary Public, and his wife Maria (Snyder), daughter of Colonel John Taylor, Loyalist and pioneer in Weymouth (Sissiboo), Nova Scotia; THAT the Petitioner’s said great-great-great grandfather (born Shelburne aforesaid, 28 October 1798) was Second son of Colin Campbell, Senior, and his second wife (married 15 November 1796, there being no issue by his first wife) Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Hardy, a Loyalist and relative of Sir Josiah Hardy, Colonial Governor of New Jersey in 1761; THAT the Petitioner’s said great-great-great-great-grandfather (born Inveraray in the County of Argyll, Scotland, 30 July 1752) who went to Shelburne with the Loyalists in 1783 and became Collector of Customs there, was, there is reason to believe, second son of David Campbell of Belmont and his wife (married 7 March 1756) Jean Campbell; THAT the said David Campbell of Belmont (born circa 1729-30, settled in New York 1776) was second son of John Campbell of Barcardine and his wife Margaret, daughter of Angus Campbell of Keithick in the County of Forfar; THAT certain Ensigns Armorial were recorded in the Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland (Volume 1, folio 135) of date 6 March 1755 in name of the said John Campbell of Barcardine, descended of the ancient family of Campbell of Glenorchy; and the Petitioner having prayed, that the aforesaid Ensigns Armorial might now be matriculated in his own name with a suitable difference, The Lord Lyon King of Arms by Interlocutor of date 24 July 1984 Granted Warrant to the Lyon Clerk to matriculate in the Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland in name of the Petitioner the following Ensigns Armorial, videlicet: Quarterly; first and fourth, Gyronny of eight Or and Sable; second, Argent. a lymphd Sable oars in action; third, Or, a fess chequy Azure and Argent; all within a bordure per pale dexter Vair, sinister Azure charged of three mullets Argent. Above the Shield is placed an Helm befitting his degree with a Mantling Sable doubled Or, and on a Wreath of the Liveries is set for Crest a man in highland garb holding in his dexter hand a dirk all Proper and in his sinister hand a mullet Argent, and in an Escrol over the name his Motto “C’EST PETIT PEU

Matriculated the 28th day of November 1984 Extracted furth of the 20th page of the 68th Volume of the Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland this 30th day of November, 1984