PULLEN, Capt. Thomas Charles, RCN, OC, CD, FRHSC (Hon)   

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PULLEN, Capt. Thomas Charles, RCN, OC, CD, FRHSC (Hon)
Arms: Azure on a Bend Argent between in chief a Maple Leaf and in base a Naval Crown Or three Escallops Gules, the middle Escallop charged with a Mullet of the Second for difference.
Crest: A Pelican in her piety Or charged on the body with a Maple Leaf Gules.
Source: College of Arms, London, May 10, 1960.
Artist: Alan B. Beddoe
Note: Capt. Thomas Pullen was one of the founders of the RHSC, and he was also the 4th President of the RHSC.
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Click to view a larger image of Capt. Thomas Pullen's hatchmentCapt. Thomas Pullen's hatchment graces the interior wall of Christ Church Cathedral, Ottawa. Capt. Pullen's hatchment was painted by Gordon Macpherson. It was unveiled in Christ Church Cathedral on October 27, 1991 during a special service on the 25th anniversary of the Royal Heraldry Society of Canada.
Source: Heraldry in Canada, Vol. XXVI, No. 3, September 1992, p. 9


Order of Canada, Officer
Appointment: June 25, 1984
Investiture: April 10, 1985

Honorary Fellow
Royal Heraldry Society of Canada
Awarded: 1975

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