Title:Grant of coat of arms, 1857, and appointment, 1871: London, England
Creator/Contributor:Order of the Bath, creator
Creator/Contributor:Vivian, Robert John Hussey, Sir, 1802-1887
Creator/Contributor:Young, Charles George, Sir, signer.
Creator/Contributor:Pullman, James, signer.
Creator/Contributor:Woods, Albert William, Sir, signer.
Two documents signed by officials of the Order of the Bath concerning a British general, Sir Robert John Hussey Vivian. One
document, dated March 16, 1857, concerns the granting of a coat of arms and contains a description of the coat of arms and
color illustrations. The other document, dated September 25, 1871, concerns Vivian's appointment to the rank of Knight Grand
Cross in the Order of the Bath.
Sir -- Vivian, Robert John Hussey -- 1802-1887
Order of the Bath.
Heraldry -- England
On rolled vellum with the wax seals of the signers in brass containers attached by ribbon. Housed in custom-made wood boxes.
Grant of coat of arms, 1857, and appointment, 1871 : London, England. BANC MSS 92/660 z, The Bancroft Library, University
of California, Berkeley.
Sir Robert John Hussey Vivian (1802-1887) was a British soldier who served as the Adjutant General of the Madras Army in India
and with the Turkish Army in the Crimean War. He was made a Knight Commander of the Cross in the Order of the Bath in 1857
and a Knight Grand Cross in 1871.
Type:Coats of arms.
2 oversize boxes ; 56 x 15 x 7 cm.
BANC MSS 92/660 z box 1
BANC MSS 92/660 z box 2
BANC MSS 92/660 z