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A Barnard Coat of arms and Motto
The motto "Bear and Forbear" means - "To patiently bear the blows that must be borne, and abstain from the things and the pleasures we ought to abstain from" "Bear and Forebear" is the english of Epictetus's saying "anexou kai apexou" latin "Sustine Abstine" Sustine - sustain; to endure Abstine - abstain, refrain (from).
Meaning of the name Barnard
A French and English variation of the surname Bernard, is derived from the Germanic given name Bernhard, from the elements ber = bear + hard = brave, hardy. The name was introduced to England by the conquering Normans in 1066 (that was the date William won the battle; the name might have been introduced a day or two later...) Origin: Old German Meaning: Brave / Hard as a bear.
Lancaster Castle – shown above represents my ancestry. Ralph Fitzbernard was the Sheriff of Yorkshire Lancaster Castle.
The Tartan for the Barnard family
The Clan Through the centuries the Barnard family was affiliated with many different clans through marriage. The clan BURNETT claims the BARNARD family as a sept or directly affiliated family, entitled to clan rights including the use of the clan tartan shown here.
I lived at Little Rockford Station Antarctica after arriving at McMurdo from October 1961 through February 1962. I then Wintered Over at McMurdo Sound. I left McMurdo Sound October 1962.
October 1961 - 4 R7V arrived at McMurdo from Christchurch with Admiral Tyree and staff; flight delayed to this date from 30 September by poor weather and storm conditions at McMurdo.
MARCH 5 1962 Naval Air Facility, McMurdo Sound, placed in winter status.
United States Antarctic Research: Report No. 32 to the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) 1 April 1989 - 31 March 1990 24
1. 79°30'S, 147°19'W, (relocated in 1959 from 79°35'S, 156°46'W)
2. December 1958 -February 1965
DON'T DESTROY ANTARCTICA WITH CARBON.
Full view of Little Rockford Station Antarctica where I lived for 5 monthe of the summer with four others. My home was a 12 X 20 foot shack shown on the bottom right. All five of us lived in that Shack. We all wintered over at McMurdo Sound. Find more photos like this on PickensPlan