|Assumed||August of 2023|
|Country of Origin||United Kingdom|
Symbolism[edit | edit source]
The counterchanged Bars are a canting on the armigers surname, Barratt, and the colours are a reference to similar arms granted to those with the same surname.
Likewise the martlets are a reference to there being 3 martlets on arms attributed to individuals of both their maternal and paternal surnames. The colours and arrangement (3, white in a black chief) are a reference to the arrangement and style of the 3 white stars in a black chief on the arms of the city the armiger is from (Leeds).
The chapeau alludes to their Irish feudal Barony. The motto is a version of the Clan motto of Clan Barrett, as well as sometimes attributed to the first bearer of arms with the surname Barratt. The lion is both a reference to the original Barratt crest, a demi lion rampant, ducally crowned with a half red half white crown. It is shown in the armigers arms as a whole lion, to represent completeness, as well as it being the lion on the arms of Charles O'Hara, a notable Irish loyalist and the previous holder of the peerage title associated with the same area as their feudal Barony.
The crown has been replaced with the Coronet Tréfle, as their own device, aimed at being the Irish loyalist equivalent of the Canadian Loyalist Coronet Érable.