BLACK ARMS

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Officially Recorded in Scotland

Arms
Armiger
Blazon
Source
Gilbert BLACK
of Aberdeen

Argent a saltire Sable between a mullet and crescent in pale Gules a chief of the second. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1672-7

John BLACK, writer
of Wigtown

Argent a saltire Sable with a mullet in base Gules on a chief of the second a passion cross between two pelicans in their nests feeding their young Or. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1850

Philip BLACK
of Glasgow

Argent a Saltire Sable between three martlets in chief and flanks and a crescent in base Gules on a chief of the second three pheons points downwards Or. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1863

1) BLACK OF CRAIGMADDIE

2) Norman Spens
BLACK
of Craigmaddie
b. 1855
Argent a Saltire Sable between three martlets in chief and flanks and a crescent in base Gules on a chief of the second three roses Or. 1) Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.
1863
2) A C Fox-Davies' Armorial Families
1902
Charles Bertram BLACK
of Edinburgh
Argent a saltire Sable between a mullet in chief and three crescents in the flanks and base Gules. 1) Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.
1880
2) A C Fox-Davies' Armorial Families
1902
1) BLACK OF ANNATHILL

2) William George
BLACK
of Annathill
b. 1857
Argent a saltire Sable between two furisons Azure in the flanks on a chief of the second a wolf's head erased of the first. 1) Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.
1890
2) A C Fox-Davies' Armorial Families
1902
Florence William
BLACK OF KAILZIE

Argent a saltire Sable on a chief of the last three wolves' heads erased Or. An Ordinary of Arms Volume II 1902-1973

6th May 1902 17/8

Captain James Scott
BLACK OF BALGOWAN

Argent a saltire Sable on a chief of the last three crescents of the first. An Ordinary of Arms Volume II 1902-1973

20th October 1905 18/40

John Stewart BLACK

Ermine a saltire Sable in the flanks two suns in their splendour proper on a chief engrailed of the second a roundle chequy Argent and Azure. An Ordinary of Arms Volume II 1902-1973

26th June 1909 20/42

John Cameron BLACK

Barry of eight Gules and Argent surmounted of a galley Sable sails furled and oars in action on a chief Or an anchor of the third between two thistles slipped proper. An Ordinary of Arms Volume II 1902-1973

29th March 1910 20/59

Ian Hervey Stuart BLACK

Argent a saltire Sable between two escallops one in chief and one in base and two crescents in flanks Gules on a chief engrailed of the second three trefoils slipped of the first. An Ordinary of Arms Volume II 1902-1973

9th February 1924 26/24

Rt Rev James BLACK
RC Bishop of Paisley

Per pale Argent and Ermine on a saltire Sable an escallop Or. An Ordinary of Arms Volume II 1902-1973

1st april 1949 37/63

Colin Charteris BLACK

Argent a fess Azure surmounted of a saltire Sable accompanied by a mullet in chief and a crescent in base both Gules over all at the fess point a crescent of the first for difference. An Ordinary of Arms Volume II 1902-1973

30th May 1958 42/158

Eric Andrew BLACK
New Zealand

Argent a saltire Sable cantoned between two pheons Gules in chief and in base and as many martlets of the second in the flanks on a chief dovetailed of the second a wheel between two horses' heads couped all Argent the horses' heads crined Or. An Ordinary of Arms Volume II 1902-1973

7th October 1965 48/29


Full Achievement

Merrill BLACK

Argent, a saltire Sable, on a chief of the Second, a lion passant guardant of the First. The Court of the Lord Lyon
6th August 1986

Recorded in England

Arms
Armiger
Blazon
Source/Notes

Charles Christopher BLACK
of the Inner Temple

Or a lion rampant Gules in chief a mullet of six points Azure between two boars' heads couped of the second. 1) Harleian Society's Grantees of Arms;
183? Vol XI, fol. 44

2) BGA


Conrad Moffat BLACK
BARON BLACK OF CROSSHARBOUR

Per pale wavy Sable and Or a bull whip and anchor in saltire in chief a garb in base a fleur-de-lys counterchanged. College or Arms (?)
Recorded in Canada

Arms
Armiger
Blazon
Source/Notes

Wesley D. BLACK

Sable a secretary bird wings elevated Or masqued Gules charged on the breast with an ancient crown Gules garnished Or, within a double tressure wavy érablé counter-érablé Or. Canadian Heraldry Authority
Page 11 of Volume I, 3 April 1989.

Recorded Elsewhere

Arms
Armiger
Blazon
Source/Notes

Sir Alex BLACK
of Louth Park, co. Lincoln
1st Baronet [cr 1918]

Azure a chevron between in chief two lions rampant and in base a lymphad sail furled Argent flags flying Gules. Debrett's Peerage, Baronetage, Knightage & Companionage, 1923

Sir Robert James BLACK
of Midgham, Parish of Thatcham, Berks
1st Baronet [cr 1922]

Argent a Saltire Sable between two crescents in pale and as many mullets in fesse Gules on a chief of the second three trefoils slipped of the field. Debrett's Peerage, Baronetage, Knightage & Companionage, 1923