McCULLOUGH (née MERICK), Mrs. Maria Teresa   



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McCULLOUGH (née MERICK), Mrs. Maria Teresa
 
Arms: Paly of four Erminois and Pean a Boar rampant Gules (for McCullough), impaling Sable on a chevron Argent between three staves raguly Or, inflamed proper, a fleur de lis Azure between two cornish choughs respecting each other proper (for Merick).
Crest: Against a Coconut Palm Tree proper fructed Or a Pegasus forcene Gules and an African Elephant statant erect Sable tusked Gold.
Motto: DEO ET VICINO SERVIENDO
Source: Grant, College of Arms, Francis G. A. Mcullough 1982;
Merick, Herald's Visitation of Pembroke 1603.
Artist: Gordon Macpherson

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Released: June 20, 2004 / Last modified: February 2, 2010