TO ALL AND SUNDRY WHOM THESE PRESENTS DO OR MAY CONCERN

We, Robin Orr Blair, Lieutenant of the Royal Victorian Order, Writer to Her Majesty's Signet, Lord Lyon King of Arms, send greeting: Whereas GRAHAM NASSAU GORDON SENIOR-MILNE (formerly Graham Nassau Gordon Milne), BARON OF MORDINGTON, in the County of Berwick, residing at 39 Castle Street, Norham, in the County of Northumberland, and formerly at Edrington House, Mordington, in the County of Berwick, having by petition unto us of date 26 May 2002 Shewn: THAT he, the Petitioner, born Oxford in the County of Oxford 29 September 1955 [who married Shipbourne in the County of Kent 25 June 1983 Annabel Catherine Margaret Horsfield and has issue by her an elder son James Nassau Gordon Milne (born London 2 July 1985), a second son Hugh Nicholas Milne (born Edinburgh 27 March 1991) and an only daughter Georgina Thea Gordon Milne (born Berwick-upon-Tweed in the County of Northumberland 23 October 1992)] is the elder son of the late Denys Gordon Milne, Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, and his wife (married Oxford 5 July 1951) Pamela Mary, daughter and co-heiress of Oliver Nassau Senior; THAT the Petitioner's said mother is the senior heraldic co-heiress of Ascanius William Senior, Pylewell House, near Lymington, High Sheriff of Hampshire who was of date 26 March 1767 granted certain Ensigns Armorial under the hands and seals of Garter King of Arms and Clarenceux King of Arms which Ensigns Armorial the petitioner may now enjoy as a quartering; THAT by Disposition of date 28 May 1998 recorded in the General Register of Sasines for the County of Berwick of date 16 June 1998 the Petitioner and his spouse were infeft in All and Whole the Lands and Barony of Mordington and that by further Disposition of date 12 February 2004 the Petitioner's said spouse disponed to the Petitioner her interest in the dominium directum of the said Lands and Barony and accordingly the Petitioner was infeft in the said barony as at 11 November 2004; AND the Petitioner having prayed (Primo) that he might be Officially Recognised in the name Graham Nassau Gordon Senior-Milne, Baron of Mordington and (Secundo) that he might be granted such Ensigns Armorial as might be found suitable according to the Laws of Arms to be borne quarterly with the foresaid Ensigns Armorial for Senior, together with the additaments appropriate to a feudal baron in the baronage of Scotland; Know Ye Therefore that Conform to Our Warrant of date 20 December 2004 We have (Primo) OFFICIALLY RECOGNISED as We do by These Presents OFFICIALLY RECOGNISE the Petitioner in the name of Graham Nassau Gordon Senior-Milne, Baron of Mordington, and (Secundo) Assigned, Ratified and Confirmed as We do by These Presents Assign, Ratify and Confirm unto the Petitioner 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 111th page of the 86th Volume of Our Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland, VIDELICIT:- Azure, a cross moline between four fleurs de lys Or; which Ensigns Armorial are to be borne quarterly with the Ensigns Armorial for Senior in the following manner, VIDELICIT:- Quarterly, first and fourth, Azure a cross moline between four fleur de lys Or; second and third per fess Gules and Azure, a fess Ermine between in chief two lions' heads erased Or and in base a dolphin naiant embowed Argent. Above the Shield is placed a chapeau Gules furred Ermine (in respect of his feudal barony of Mordington), thereon an Helm befitting his degree with a Mantling Azure doubled Or, and on a Wreath of the Liveries is set for the Crest the head, neck and wings of a swan bearing in its beak a Tudor rose Proper seeded Or, and in an Escrol over the same this motto "Honore et Amore"; which chapeau is destined to the Petitioner and his heirs in the said barony of Mordington; by demonstration of which Ensigns Armorial he and his successors in the same are amongst all Nobles and in all Places of Honour to be taken, accounted, numbered 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, the 30th day of October in the 56th 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 Two Thousand and seven.