|Archived: RHSC Guest Book 1999-1998 Livre des visiteurs de la SRHC|
Date: 1999-12-31 11:57:00
Anne-Marie Perrault ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Visiting as a result of a search for French-English translations of heraldic terms for a dictionary I am preparing.
Date: 1999-12-28 09:33:00
C.S.T. Mackie ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Thanks to the work of this society, as I understand it, we now have the Canadian Heraldic Authority.
Date: 1999-12-17 01:07:00
Philip Beddows ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Excelent site, sharing so much with visitors; could you display all arms granted by the society or would that take up too much space.
Date: 1999-12-16 13:23:00
Ralph ( Mercer / http://personal.nbnet.nb.ca/rmercer) wrote:
I am looking for information on how to modify the mercer coat of arms to reflect my family
Date: 1999-11-27 16:42:00
Mark Philion ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Can you help me??? I have been able to track my family back to the mid 1500's at this point. From 1620's to 1869 we were residents of Canada. I am interested in finding any heraldry, insignia's or coat of arms that my family may have had at any point.
Date: 1999-11-26 20:11:00
F.W. Leary ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Am in search of a commercial business that can reproduce my family crest. Any advice on where I might look would be appreciated. I live in Ottawa.
Date: 1999-11-25 09:30:00
Steve Wilson ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Extremely interesting but there is insufficient information about any reason one might have for joining the society.
Date: 1999-11-17 23:12:00
Cecil Roy Scammell ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Came across this well prepard site while researching my ancestor's from Newfoundland. It was informative to learn that my parents were British subjects until 1949. Continue with your endeavours, you make Canada proud.
Date: 1999-11-15 07:54:00
Robert Orlando Trujillo ( email@example.com / http://trujillo.freeservers.com) wrote:
Do you accept personal registered coat of arms.
Date: 1999-11-13 23:19:00
Martin Davies ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
UK member of Society - much enjoy publications and interesting site.
Date: 1999-11-07 23:55:00
Mrs Lilie Turcotte ( Lilie_Turcotte@Hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:
I'm searching for my origins and I hope to find the information through this site.
I'm fluently bilingual, as most of my Canadian fellows, however, it would be easier for me if I could have the information in french since I'm a newcomer in Heraldry and Genealogy and I'm not familiar with some specific terms.
I mostly hope to find as much information as I can. Thank you for this site.
Date: 1999-10-29 01:27:00
Wm Seán Glen ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I was very impressed
Date: 1999-10-18 00:18:00
Dopslaff ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.dopslaff.com) wrote:
I was searching for my family coat. If somebody could help me I would be more than pleased .
Date: 1999-10-15 02:17:00
Sean ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I'm looking for an heraldic drawing of a wolverine. If anyone has one that they would be willing to share, please e-mail it to me in BMP or JPG format to firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: 1999-10-05 19:50:00
J-ROBERT MARSHALL ( RMARSH8799@AOL.COM / no homepage) wrote:
I WAS HERE EARLIER THIS YEAR AND WAS DELIGHTED BY INFO AVAILABLE. SPECIFIC QUESTION RE: COLOUR OF MAPLE LEAFS ON SHIELD IN FLY OF CANADIAN RED ENSIGN WAS ANSWERED BY A MR. PATTERSON. UNFORTUNATELY MY SERVICE DELETED THE MESSAGE SHORTLY AFTER I RECEIVED IT AND BEFORE I COULD SAVE THE ANSWER TO A PERMANENT FILE.
THE REASON THE ANSWER IS IMPORTANT IS THAT I AM IN SCOUTING AND WAS GOING TO TEACH CHANGE OF LEAF COLOUR AS PART OF MY CANADIAN HERITAGE PROGRAM.
I WOULD APPRECIATE A REPEAT OF THE ANSWER, AND WILL MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE FILE IS SAVED TO PERMANENT RECORDS.
J-R ( BOB ) MARSHALL 15TH TORONTO SCOUTS
Date: 1999-09-12 15:27:00
Ramsperger ( Ramsperger@T-online.de / http://www.ahnen-und-wappen.de) wrote:
good pages here!
Date: 1999-09-01 18:22:00
R. Michel Lussier ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Très intéressant mais je suis curieux de savoir s'il existe un blason sur la famille des Lussier ou Lhuissier, mon ancêtre est originaire de l'Île-De-France, Paris, France vers 1650.
J'apprécierais de savoir si quelqu,un a fait des recherche en ce sens.
Date: 1999-08-28 13:29:00
W.David Brierley ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.bfhsociety.org) wrote:
A wonderful site. Thank you HSC!!!
Date: 1999-08-15 18:54:00
Gary C Patterson ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Interesting and informative.
Date: 1999-08-08 23:38:00
anonymous coward ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
very nice indeed
the titles of president and vice-president as written in french are the female version the 'e' should be removed for men
Date: 1999-08-07 05:29:00
Theodore Paul Shannon ( Drtps@aol.com / http://www.pdesign.net/cosmo) wrote:
I'm not Canadian, but my wife is (West Vancouver, B.C.), and so, therefore, are our two children.
Date: 1999-08-01 09:06:00
Reuben A. Bauer ( marcon@compusmart / http://www.webspawner.com/users/royaltyinternal/) wrote:
I have your website linked to my page and website under the URL listed above. I would appreciate the opportunity to link to your site. Please notify me how and where I could do that. Please visit our website as shown above. Thank you. I really appreciate your webpage.
Date: 1999-07-16 23:41:00
W. Neil Fraser ( CDNEXPLORER@msn.com / http://www.canlinks.com/cdnclanfraser) wrote:
Congratulations to those resonsible for the H.S.C. Web Site. A good start to build onand one sure to be interesting to all members and guests interested in Canadian Heraldry.
Date: 1999-07-13 07:51:00
Phillip O'Shea ( Philltp.O'Shea@parliament.govt.nz / http://www.dpmc.govt.nz) wrote:
Congratulations to the Heraldry Society of Canada for its informative website. My best wishes to all members of the Society. (Sgnd) Phillip O'Shea, LVO, New Zealand Herald of Arms Extraordinary
Date: 1999-07-13 00:49:00
Rev'd. ichard S. Mowry ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://NONE) wrote:
Seeking website or webpage address where I can research the significance of some items appearing on a coat of arms. eg" three chevrons, a Kinight's helmet and so on. Thank you
Date: 1999-07-09 22:36:00
Patricia Grimshaw ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Thanks so much for doing my family's crest, badge and flag. They're terrific, and we've had so many comments on them.
Date: 1999-07-07 00:13:00
Roger F. Gardiner ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.lib.uwo.ca_ (Rather my institution's home page)) wrote:
As a long-time member, I merely want to register that I have noticed and visited the Heraldry Society
website. Roger Gardiner
Date: 1999-06-18 02:04:00
D'OLEMBERT, André ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Great web site !
I am in the process of designing my own coat-of arms.
I have Canadian Citizenship, but I was not born in Canada.
I am a Professor of Engineering.
Would you have any suggestions ?
Date: 1999-06-08 06:29:00
Very Rev. Lawrence G. Gosselin ( Sharding@ebicom.net / no homepage) wrote:
Excellent site. As an American of Quebecois descent, a student of heraldry and an herladic artist I appreciate this great site and the hard work that has gone into it.
Date: 1999-05-23 09:17:00
Brian Excell ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Regards from Nanaimo; great job!--your members Laurence Patten and Graham Anderson were very helpful in assisting my father re-establish his coat of Arms through the Canadian Heraldic authority based on evidence in the College of Arms in London.
Date: 1999-05-19 04:11:00
Ramsperger ( Ramsperger@T-online.de / http://www.geocities.com/Colosseum/1959/index.html) wrote:
Hello from germany,
best wishes to all friends of heraldry.
Date: 1999-04-08 06:00:00
Philip A. Dawes ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Bravo - The new site shows great improvement in graphic design. Being a relatively new member, I don't know if the Society has a "kit shop" but if so a small lapel pin version of the Society badge would be a welcome item. Warmest Regards from Winnipeg.
Date: 1999-04-01 08:06:00
Richard Num ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://members.delphi.com/rnum/) wrote:
I wish to congratulate the Society on the improvements to the home page. Keep up the good work - greetings from one of your Australian members!
Date: 1999-03-31 14:34:00
Mike Adams ( email@example.com / http://www.geocities.com/Area51/Chamber/1429/index.html) wrote:
Very nice, the heraldry is alive.
Looking for specific charges and clip art. Sorry my heraldic skills are limited. Mostly looking for an escallop for a device I am working on for myself.
Date: 1999-03-20 04:56:00
Kevin Foster ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Very interesting. (I'm from England I have'nt seen anything like this).
Date: 1999-03-16 20:31:00
Christopher Wimmer ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Looking for my family coat of arms. If you can help please write: Chris Wimmer RR3 Bobcaygeon Ont. Canada K0M1A0. Or contact my brother at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is very important to me, so please help. Thanks Chris.
Date: 1999-03-15 07:23:00
Francois Poirier ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
I stumbled on your site by accident and found the Armorial quite interesting. I was not aware that our Prime Ministers were granted Coats of Arms.
Date: 1999-03-09 18:39:00
Peter E. Grady ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I am currently looking at the design of some new business cards and plan to use referances to Hearldry.
Date: 1999-03-09 09:17:00
Marcus Karlsson ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I found your pages interesting. I did in particular like the armorial.
Best regards Marcus Karlsson, Borås, Sweden
Date: 1999-03-09 02:42:00
Eric C. Bowsfield ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I liked the site
I am really interested in finding my family crest, if one exsists. If you have any information that can help me please e-mail me.
Date: 1999-03-09 02:15:00
Allen Cordier ( Alsport75@excite.com / no homepage) wrote:
I am looking for a source on finding my families crest; and finding your site very helpful.
Date: 1999-02-23 03:16:00
Malcolm W.Dickson ( Mdickson@blenheim.webgate.com / no homepage) wrote:
I enjoyed your most diverse heraldic information.
Date: 1999-02-08 23:43:00
Michael Marinucci ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.atkinson.yorku.ca/~dragon) wrote:
My webpage may help other members with their research on geneaology and heraldry.
Date: 1999-01-29 19:03:00
Donna Hurst ( email@example.com / http://www.elmrij.net) wrote:
Have just found this site and am still exploring it
Date: 1999-01-26 22:23:00
Andre Maltais ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I collect Victorian late 1800 - early 1900 enamel souvenir pins. They have many different shields & coat of arms. I would like to research their meanings and what the different symbols represent, also date the pins according to the designs any help will be appreciated. Thanks Andre
Date: 1999-01-25 22:23:00
Jeremy Woolsey ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Date: 1999-01-06 05:07:00
Frank Ipsen ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I've been interested in developing our family's genealogy for some time, and was priveledged to have attended one of your annual meetings in Toronto.
Have bookmarked your site for future reference.
Date: 1999-01-03 15:39:00
Elias Granqvist ( email@example.com / http://www.users.wineasy.se/elias/) wrote:
I just stopped by to check out about that web ring for heraldic sites, which were described at rec.heraldry.
Date: 1999-01-01 11:40:00
Chev. Dan Winger, KC,VOKMAA-PL ( KMFL90C@prodigy.com / no homepage) wrote:
Congratulations on your excellent links page. It is very extensive and informative.
Date: 1998-12-31 14:58:00
Mathias ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://members.xoom.com/hardin/heraldik/index.htm) wrote:
Please check out my BRAND NEW HERALDY HOMEPAGE!!!
Date: 1998-12-29 14:36:00
Jose V, de Braganza ( email@example.com / http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Academy/3908/militaryorders/index.html) wrote:
As a member of HSC and as a regular user of WWW as a means of information and communication, I congratulate you on putting up this Site. It is one of the most informative and creative Sites of its type and I sincerely hope that the creativeness of the site's webmaster and supervisor will not stop here. For instance, news and the summary of the HSC bulletin's will be welcomed.
My congratulations again for this creative initiative.
José V. de Braganza (Portugal)
Date: 1998-12-21 06:02:00
Bruce Patterson ( gpatterson@sympatico / no homepage) wrote:
I'm excited about the future of this site. It's coming along nicely as a way to show off the riches of Canadian heraldry.