José Francisco Cervantes Velazquez
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JOSÉ FRANCISCO CERVANTES VELAZQUEZ
Individual/family : Individual
Country of origin : Mexico
Place of origin : Mexico City
Granted : No
Granted/officially recorded by : -
Official English blazon
Argent, a cross sable enhanced and shifted to sinister, in canton a fleur-de-lys, and on a bordure sable, eight saltorels Or
Other language blazon
Spanish: En campo de plata, una cruz estrecha alzada y siniestrada de sable, cantonada en el diestro de la punta por una flor de lis de los mismo. Bordura general de sable con ocho sotueres de oro
The shield represents the family. The fleur de lis is for the armiger's father, representing a compass rose to guide when working together while the cross is for the armiger's son, representing the presence and help of God where least expected. The bordure is purely aesthetic .
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