cross engrailed

cross engrailed
Sinclair, Henry, Bishop of Ross (1508 - 1565) (Stamp 2)
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Arms A cross engrailed Motto ?????? ??? ?????? Mitre of a Bishop Legend HENRICVS SINCLAR . EPS . ROSSENSIS . 1561
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cross engrailed
Sinclair, Henry, Bishop of Ross (1508 - 1565) (Stamp 1)
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Arms A cross engrailed Motto Ανεχου και απεχου Legend HENRICVS SINCLAR DECANVS GLASGVENSIS 1550
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cross engrailed
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Arms A cross engrailed (Rudge) impaling Quarterly in the second and third quarters a lion rampant overall a bend sable (Van Notten Polen [Hulbert?]) Crest Out of a mural coronet two arms embowed sleeved and cuffed holding an escutcheon Helmet of an Esquire
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arms (2)bendcoronet, mural, out of across engrailedescutcheonlion rampant
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Arms Gules a saltire or surmounted of a cross engrailed ermine Crest Out of a ducal coronet an arm embowed habited holding three pineapples Motto VINCIT QUI PATITUR
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armcoronet, ducal, out of across engrailedpineapples (3)saltire
Peyton, Thomas, Sir, 2nd Baronet, of Knowlton (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly of six 1. A cross engrailed in dexter chief a mullet (Peyton) 2. Quarterly per fess indented (Langley) 3. A cross crosslet (Atleze) 4. A fess in chief three roundels (Langley) 5. An eagle displayed (Athrig) 6. Per chevron on a canton a rose (Aston)
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canton, on across crossletcross engrailedeagle displayedfessmulletper chevronper fess indentedroundels (3)
Leigh, Thomas, 1st Baron Leigh of Stoneleigh  (1596 - 1672) (Stamp 1)
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Arms A cross engrailed in dexter chief a mascle a label for difference (Leigh) impaling A lion rampant between three pheons a bordure engrailed (Egerton)
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cross engrailedlion rampantmasclepheons (3)
Leigh, Chandos, 1st Baron Leigh of Stoneleigh (1791 - 1850) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Gules a cross engrailed argent (Leigh) impaling Quarterly 1 & 4. A chevron between three mullets (Willes) 2 & 3. A fess between three ravens (Williams) Supporters Two unicorns each charged on the shoulder with the arms of Brydges Argent on a cross a leopard's face Crest A unicorn's head erased Coronet of a Baron Motto TOUT VIENT DE DIEU
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chevron betweencross engrailedfess betweenmullets (3)ravens (3)unicorn's head
Hume, Alexander, 2nd Earl of Marchmont  (1675 - 1740) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly Ist & IVth grand quarter Quarterly 1 & 4. A lion rampant (Hume) 2 & 3. Three parrots (Pepdie) IInd grand quarter Quarterly 1 & 4. Three piles engrailed (Polworth / Polwarth) 2 & 3. Gyronny of eight (Campbell?) IIIrd grand quarter Quarterly 1 & 4. A cross engrailed (St Clair) 2 & 3. Gyronny of eight (Campbell?) overall on an escutcheon An orange ensigned with an imperial crown Supporters Two lions regardant Coronet of an Earl Motto FIDES PROBATA CORONAT Order Badge and motto of the Order of the Thistle
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cross engrailedcrown, imperialgyronny (8)lion rampantorangeparrots (3)piles engrailed (3)
Home, Patrick (1728 - 1812) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly 1 & 4 Vert a lion rampant argent (Home) 2. Argent three parrots vert (Pepdie of Douglas) 3. Argent a cross engrailed azure (Sinclair of Polwarth) Supporters Two parrots wings raised Crest A unicorn’s head and neck argent gorged with a coronet, maned and horned or Mottoes REMEMBER; TRUE TO THE END
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cross engrailedlion rampantparrots (3)unicorn's head
Hatton, Christopher, Sir (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly of six 1. A chevron between three garbs (Hatton) 2. A qcross flory between four martlets (Golborne) 3. An eagle displayed (Bruin) 4. A cross engrailed ermine (Hallom [Hallum?]) 5. A saltire (Hellesby) 6. Five cinquefoils in cross (Holdenby) Crest A hind statant Helmet of an Esquire
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chevroncinquefoils (5)cross engrailedcross floryeagle displayedgarbs (3)hindmartlets (4)saltire

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