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chief
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Arms Quarterly 1. A rock 2. A dexter hand fessways holding a cross crosslet fitchy palewise 3. A lymphad [ship] oars erect in saltire 4. A salmon naiant in chief two eagles’ heads erased combatant Crest A tower Supporters Two seals Motto VINCERE VEL MORI
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chiefcross crossleteagles' heads (2)handRocksalmontower
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Arms on a chevron invected azure between three roundels azure three quatrefoils and a chief vair Crest a panther’s head erased gardant breathing fire from its mouth and ears its neck transfixed by an arrow, gorged with a collar checky Helmet an esquire Motto FORTITUDINE DEO
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arrowchevron invected, on achiefquatrefoils (3)roundels (3)
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Arms A chief Supporter An eagle displayed
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chief
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Two shields 1. Quarterly 1. On a bend between six crosses crosslet fitchy an escutcheon charged with a demi lion rampant pierced through the mouth with an arrow within a double tressure flory counterflory (Howard) 2. Three lions passant gardant a label for difference (Brotherton) 3. Checky (Warren) 4. A lion rampant (FitzAlan) a mullet for difference Order of the Garter The baton of Earl Marshal 2. Grand Quarterly 1. A double headed eagle displayed surmounted of an inescutcheon charged with a saltire and surcharged in the centre with a hedgehog (Maxwell, Earl of...
Heraldic Charges: 
arrowbendbend cotised, on abend, on abillets (3)branch (oak)chapeau, on acheckychiefcross crosslets (6)eagle, double-headed, displayedescutcheonhedgehoghedgehogs (3)horselabellion rampantlion statant gardantlion, demi-lions passant gardant (3)saltiretressure, double, flory counterflorywings (2)
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Arms A chief Supporter An eagle displayed
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chief
Lennox, Charles, 3rd Duke of Richmond (1735 - 1806) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly 1st & IVth grand quarters Quarterly 1 &4. France and England 2. Scotland 3. Ireland within a bordure compony charged with eight roses on an escutcheon of pretence A saltire and chief on a canton a lion rampant (Bruce) Coronet of a Duke
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bordure componycanton, on achiefFrance and EnglandIrelandlion rampantsaltireScotland
Steele (Stamp 1)
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Arms Argent a bend checky sable and ermine between two lions’ heads erased gules a chief azure Crest Out of a ducal coronet or a demi-ostrich wings elevated gules Helmet of a knight Motto Prudentia et animo
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bend betweenchieflions heads (2)ostrich's headostrich, demi-
Unidentified Stamp
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Arms Quarterly 1 & 4. A boar passant (unidentified) 2. A bend (unidentified) 3. On a chevron between three mullets of six points three lozenges (Butts) 4. Checky a chief ermine (unidentified) Crest A double panache of ostrich feathers Motto MUNDUS IN MUNDO
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bendboarchevron, on a, betweenchieffeathers, ostrich (5)lozenges (3)mullets (3)
Yelverton, Barbara, Viscountess de Longueville (1665 - 1763) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Three lions rampant a chief (Yelverton) impaling A lion rampant within a bordure engrailed (Talbot) dimidiated Supporters Dexter a wyvern and Sinister a lion regardant Coronet of a Viscountess Motto FOY EN TOVT
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bordure engrailedchieflion rampant withinlions rampant (3)
Verney, John Peyto, 14th Lord Willoughby de Broke  (1738 - 1816) (Stamp 2)
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Arms Quarterly of six 1. Gules three crosses recercely a chief vair [vairy?] ermine and ermines (Verney) 2. Sable on a cross within a bordure engrailed or five ogresses [roundels sable] (Greville) 3. Or fretty (Willoughby) 4. Gules five lozenges in fess each charged with an escallop (Cheney) 5. Or a chevron gules within a bordure engrailed sable (Stafford) 6. Gules billety a saltire vair (Champernowne) Supporters Two antelopes argent semy of torteaux Crest An antelope sejant goutty de sang Helmet of a peer Coronet of a Baron
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antelopebillettybordure engrailedchevron withinchiefcross, on a, withincrosses recercely (3)escallopfrettylozenges (5)roundels (5)saltirevair

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