TO ALL AND SUNDRY
whom These Presents Do or May Concern, WE, Malcolm Rognvald Innes of Edingight, Baron of Yeochrie, Commander of the Royal Victorian Order, Writer to Her Majesty's Signet, Lord Lyon King of Arms, Send Greeting; WHEREAS,
DONALD DRAPER CAMPBELL
Sennachie for The Clan Campbell Society (United States of America), Holder of the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering of Valparaiso University, Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, residing at 4031, Ellicott Street, City of Alexandria in the Commonwealth of Virginia, United States of America, having by Petitions unto Us of dates 24 January 1977 and 4 August 1983 for and in memory of his great-great-great-great- grandfather JOHN CAMPBELL and for himself, Shewn; THAT he, the Petitioner, married at the City of Alexandria aforesaid 22 April 1978 Elizabeth, only daughter of Colonel (U.S.A., retired) Marvin Nagel Stanford and his wife Donna Lucille Walker, and has issue by her an only son and heir apparent Thomas Walker Campbell (born City of Washington in the District of Columbia 4 November 1981); THAT he, the Petitioner (born City of Washington aforesaid 26 November 1943) is the eldest son of George Willard Campbell, Professional Engineer, Lieutenant-Colonel (U.S.A.F. Reserves, retired), Holder of the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering of the University of Florida, and his wife (married City of Washington aforesaid 22 June 1940) Mildred Estelle, only daughter of William Albert Draper and his wife Edna Eugenie Dent; THAT the Petitioner's said father (born Miami, Dade County in the State of Florida 20 July 1914) is the only son of Alonzo McKenzie Campbell, Yacht Captain, merchant and businessman, and his wife (married Brooklyn, New York City in the State of New York 22 October 1913) Suzanna Clara, daughter of John Rieber and wife Tuscarora Katherine Oehl; THAT the Petitioner's said grandfather (born Harmony, Madison County in the State Florida aforesaid 25 April 1887) is eldest son of John Richard Campbell, merchant and farmer, and his wife (married Harmony aforesaid 24 May 1884) Sallie Tillman, widow of J. T. Thomas without issue by him, daughter of James Tillman Eason and his wife Louisa Victoria Mattox; THAT the Petitioner's great-grandfather (born Harmony aforesaid 9 February 1858, died Miami aforesaid 16 October 1931) was the fourth son of Alexander Nicholson Campbell, planter and farmer, Private in the Florida Mounted Militia (1838) and Corporal in the Florida Infantry (Confederate Service 1863-1864) and his wife (married Madison County aforesaid 25 February 1847) Margaret Ann, daughter of Elam Zadoc Lee and his wife Ann Dill; THAT the Petitioner's great-great-grandfather (born Gadsden County in the Territory of Florida 20 January 1826, died Harmony aforesaid 10 August 1905) was eldest son of Neill Campbell, planter and farmer, 1st Lieutenant in the Florida Mounted Militia (1835-1840) and Justice of the Peace in and for the 2nd District of Madison County in the Territory of Florida aforesaid, and his wife (married Appling County in the State of Georgia 14 October 1824) Elizabeth, daughter of William Taylor and his wife Lavincy Stancil; THAT the Petitioner's said great-great-great-grandfather (born District, now County, of Marlborough in the State of South Carolina in the United States of America 3 November 1802, died Harmony, Madison County in the State of Florida aforesaid 15 March 1875) was second son but eldest of whom male issue survive of John Campbell and his wife (married, there is reason to believe, in South Carolina aforesaid circa 1790-1800) Mary Nicholson; and THAT the Petitioner's said great-great-great-great-grandfather was born, according to family history and tradition in the Highlands of Scotland circa 1775, emigrated to the United States of America as a child following the American Revolutionary War on the same boat as his future wife (who was also born in the Highlands of Scotland) and died, most likely, in Appling County aforesaid 1820-1830; AND the Petitioner having prayed (Primo) that there might be granted for and in memory of his said great-great-great-great-grandfather John Campbell such Ensigns Armorial as might be found suitable and according to the Laws of Arms, and (Secundo) that Warrant might be Granted to the Lyon Clerk to matriculate in the Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland in name of the Petitioner the aforesaid Ensigns Armorial with suitable difference, KNOW YE THEREFORE that We have Devised, and Do by These Presents (Primo) Assign, Ratify and Confirm unto the Petitioner's said great-great-great-great-grandfather the deceased John Campbell and his descendants with such due and congruent differences as may hereafter be severally matriculated for them, the following Ensigns Armorial, as depicted upon the margin hereof and matriculated of even date with These Presents upon the 88th and 89th pages of the 65th Volume of Our Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland, videlicet: Gyronny of eight Or and Sable, the first charged with four ibises' heads erased of the Second. Above the Shield is placed an Helm befitting his degree with a Mantling Sable doubled Or and on a Wreath of the Liveries is set for Crest an ibis Sable, and in an Escrol over the same this Motto "IN HARMONY", and further (Secundo) We do hereby Grant Warrant to the Lyon Clerk to matriculate in Our said Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland in the name of the Petitioner Donald Draper Campbell the following Ensigns Armorial, as depicted upon the margin hereof, videlicet: Gyronny of eight Or and Sable, the first charged with four ibises' heads erased of the second, within a bordure Azure. Above the Shield is placed an Helm befitting his degree with a Mantling Sable doubled Or, and on a Wreath of the Liveries is set for Crest an ibis Sable, and in an Escrol over the same this Motto "IN HARMONY"; which Ensigns Armorial are to be borne by the Petitioner during the lifetime of his father and grandfather debruised of a five point label Azure and following the death of either a three point label Azure; by demonstration of which Ensigns Armorial John Campbell and his successors in the same are, amongst all Nobles and in all Places of Honour, to be taken, numbered, accounted and received as Nobles in the Noblesse of Scotland; IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF We have Subscribed These Presents and the Seal of Our Office is affixed hereto at Edinburgh, this 20th day of February in the 33nd Year of the Reign of Our Sovereign Lady, Elizabeth the Second, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and of Her Other Realms and Territories, Queen, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith, and in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Eighty Four.
Malcolm R. Innes of Edingight