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Douglas Wagland of Pitcruivie

Arms: Per fess dancetty of two points downwards Argent and dancetty Azure and Or in chief a lion passant guardant Gules armed and langued Azure grasping in the dexter forepaw a scroll Proper.

Crest: A demisphere dancetty Or and Sable stantant thereon a yellow wagtail Proper.


Above the shield behind which is draped my feudo-mantle Gules doubled Argent fur edged of Miniver and collar Ermine fastened on the right shoulder with five spherical buttons Or, is placed a chapeau Gules furred Ermine.

The dancetty pattern of the shield is allusive to the name of the bearer. Waglande is Old English for "shaking ground" and is from a small hamlet in Devon from which it is thought the name derives. The lion is taken from the arms of the Meager family. It grasps a scroll alluding to the armigers profession as a solicitor of the Supreme Court. Again the wagtail on the crest is punning reflecting a similar nickname borne by male members of the Wagland family over the years.
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