MARK SEAN BUCHANAN (Cadet of Drummakill)

Mark Sean, is the younger son of Claude Askel Buchanan and his wife Robin Jean Harvey whose mother was of the Douglas Clan.
As is seen from previous grants to the Drummakill line and Cadets, the family is descended from Sir Walter Buchanan of that Ilk, via Thomas Buchanan, second son of Sir Walter, who was granted the lands of Gartincaber in 1461. The arms are recorded in Lyon Register Volume 68, Page 100, 20 March 1987.

THE ARMS: Or, a lion rampant Sable, armed and langued Gules, holding in its dexter paw a man‘s heart Proper, a double tressure flowered and counterflowered of the second, all within a bordure engrailed quarterly of the third and Vert charged with a plate charged with a leopard‘s face of the third in centre chief and a crescent Argent in base accompanied by four mullets of the last.

THE CREST: A sword, point downwards Sable, hilted and pommelled Or, surmounted of a ducal cap tufted on top with a rose Gules within two laurel branches disposed orleways Vert.

THE MOTTO: 'Veritas Vincit' ( Truth will conquer. )