David White (officer of arms)
White was educated at Marlborough College, before going to Pembroke College, Cambridge, where he obtained the degree of MA. As an undergraduate he was President of the Cambridge University Heraldic and Genealogical Society and later he received a further MA degree from the University of London.
White then served as a research assistant to Theobald Mathew, Windsor Herald, and in 1995 was appointed Rouge Croix Pursuivant, following in the tradition of eminent genealogists, such as Sir Henry Farnham Burke. In 2004 he was appointed Somerset Herald. White is a member of Council of The Heraldry Society in London and served as its Chairman 2006-09. He is a member of Council of the British Record Society and a Trustee of the Marc Fitch Fund. In 2010 he was appointed Honorary Genealogist to the Royal Victorian Order.
Sir Henry Paston-Bedingfeld
|Rouge Croix Pursuivant
1995 – 2004
John Michael Allen-Petrie
2004 – present
|Honorary Genealogist to the Royal Victorian Order
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