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MACKIE, Christopher S.T., UE, BA, LLB, LRHSC
|Arms:||Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Azure, three mullets between two bars wavy in base and a chief dancetty Argent, charged with a lion with a dragon's tail passant Gules, armed and langued Azure (for Mackie), 2nd and 3rd quarters, per chevron embattled Or and Vert, in chief two oak trees and in base a garb counterchanged (for Treen), overall on an escutcheon of pretence for Hiroko Mackie, per fess enarched Murrey and Argent, in chief two quill pens in saltire surmounted by an open book Argent, bound Or, inscribed with the motto TERRA LABII UNIUS ("The earth was of one language"), in base a lark and a jay addorsed Sable, transfixed by an arrow fesswise proper.|
|Crest:||dexter, a demi-cougar Gules, winged armed and langued Bleu Céleste, gorged with a coronet erablé Or, grasping in the dexter paw a sword Argent, hilt and pommel Or, the sinister paw resting on a garb also Or (for Mackie); sinister, issuant from a Loyalist military coronet Or, an oak tree Vert, charged with a lily Or (for Treen).|
|Motto:||Latin (for Mackie) CONCEDERE SPERNO ("I scorn to yield");
Cornish (for Treen) A-BARTH AN MYGHTERN ("For the King");
(Treen) FROM FAMILY, STRENGTH
|Source:||The above achievement is Christopher Mackie's as son of an armigerous father, Captain Robin Bruce Mackie (Canadian Heraldic Authority, 22 May 1997) and an armigerous mother, Gwenneth Lucille Treen, whose grant (CHA, 15 September 2008) included these quartered arms to her son Christopher.
The armiger has placed the arms of his wife Hiroko (registered CHA 20 July 2006) in an escutcheon on his arms.
|Click Mackie, C.S.'s biography.|