Professor John MOREHEN

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ArmsGules, on a fess Or between in chief a Balance and in base two Lyres Or a bar sable.
CrestOn a Helm with a Wreath Or, gules and sable statant upon an open Fan gules a Moorhen feeding to its Chick a Worn all proper.
MottoJUSTITIA (Justice)

The red, yellow and black are from the arms of New College, Oxford, King’s College, Cambridge and the Worshipful Company of Musicians. The Scales of Justice relate to Professor Morehen’s work as a Justice of the Peace in the City of Nottingham (1991-2011). The two lyres are symbols of the Worshipful Company of Musicians and of the Office of Organist to the United Grand Lodge of England. The Moorhen represents his surname and the chick is for the benefits he has brought to children. The fan alludes to John Morehen’s maternal family line (FANN), while the motto ‘Justitia’ marks his obsession with fairness.

Granted30th January 2009 (College of Arms)
AgentHubert Chesshyre (Clarenceux King of Arms)
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