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Allan Young Brother 19th January 1932

  Candidate’s Name Mr Allan Young Lyon Macer and Messenger  at Arms

 DOB 25th August 1885 47 Years Old

 Address 5 North St David Street Edinburgh

 Proposed By Brother William Hean Findlay

 Seconded By R B Henderson RWM

 First or Entered 2nd February 1932

 Second or Fellow

 Third or Sublime Degree 19th April 1932

 RWM of the Celtic Brother Robert Brown Henderson 

A messenger-at-arms is an officer of the Scottish Court of Session, responsible for serving documents and enforcing Court Orders throughout Scotland. Messengers-at-arms must have a commission as a Sheriff Officer although, unlike Sheriff Officers, the jurisdiction of a messenger-at-arms is not limited to the area for which they have a commission. Both messengers-at-arms and sheriff officers are employed by private businesses and charge fees that are set by Act of Sederunt. Originally known as an "Officer of the King", the office of messenger-at-arms dates back several hundred years. Messengers-at-arms have been under the control of the Lord Lyon King of Arms since at least 1510, and are still appointed by Lord Lyon, although now on the recommendation of the Court of Session, to execute summonses and letters of diligence connected with the Court of Session and High Court of Justiciary. Is our Brother a decendant of the original Lord Lyon.