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Arms Quarterly 1& 3 three fleur-de-lys within a bordure bezanty (Lordship of Aubigny) 2 & 3 A fess checky within a bordure engrailed (Stuart) on an escutcheon of pretence a saltire engrailed between 4 roses (Lennox) impaling quarterly 1 on a bend between 6 cross crosslets 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 (Mowbray) a crescent for difference Coronet of a Duke
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arrowbend, on a, betweenbordure bezantybordure engrailedbordure florycheckycross crosslets (6)escutcheon, on afessfess cotised betweenfleurs-de-lys (3) withinlion rampantlion, demi-lions passant gardant (3)roses (4)saltire engrailed betweentressure, double, flory counterflory
Button, William (1584 - 1655) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Ermine a fess gules
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Clinton, Henry Fiennes, 2nd Duke of Newcastle (1720 - 1794) (Stamp 5)
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Arms Quarterly of six 1. Six cross crosslets fitchy three, two and one, on a chief two mullets (Clinton) 2. A fess in dexter chief a mullet (Odingsells) 3. Three eagles displayed (De Limsey) 4. Quarterly (Say) 5. A cross within a bordure (Eudo) 6. Per pale an escarbuncle (De Lylle) on an escutcheon of pretence Quarterly 1 &4. Three pelicans in their piety (Pelham) 2 & 3. Two broken belts in pale (Pelham, coat of augmentation) Coronet of a Duke Order The Garter
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belts (2)bordurechief on across crosslets (6)cross withineagles displayed (3)escarbunclefessmulletmullets (2)pelicans (3)per palequarterly
Wilder, John (1801 - 1892) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly of six 1 & 6. Gules from a fess charged with two barrulets a demi lion (Wilder) 2. Per bend embattled argent and gules (Boyle) 3. Or two lions passant in pale between three cross crosslets fitchy (Garth) 4. Ermine on a bend azure three roses (Penrose) 5. Vert on a chevron or between three stags heads caboshed three mullets (Higford) Crest A wild man’s head affronty couped at the shoulders Motto VIRTUTI MOENIA CEDANT
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barrulets (2)bend, on achevron, on a, betweencross crosslets (3)fesslion, demi-lions passant (2) betweenmullets (3)per bend embattledroses (3)stags heads caboshed (3)
Watson, James (Stamp 1)
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Arms On a mount an oak tree surmounted of a fess azure
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fessmount, on atree (oak)
Watson, Jabez (1823) (Stamp 1)
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Arms A fess in chief three crosses botonny Crest On a mount a palm tree
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fesscrosses botonny (3)treemount, on a
Walsingham, Francis, Sir (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly of nine 1. Paly of six a fess (Walsingham) 2. Bezanty a cross humetty checky (Walsingham) 3. A lion rampant (Nortoft) 4. Ermine on a chief dancetty a trefoil slipped between two annulets (Bamme) 5. Goutty a fess nebuly within a bordure (Dryland) 6. On a chevron between three garbs three cross crosslets fitchy (Dryland) 7. On a bend another bend nebuly in the sinister chief a cross crosslet fitchy (Writtle) 8. Two bars and a canton overall a bend (Boyse) 9. A chevron between three rams heads (Ramsey) In honour point a crescent for difference Crest Out of a mural coronet a...
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paly (6)fessbezantycross humettylion rampantchief dancetty, on agouttyfess nebuly withinbordurechevron, on a, betweenbend, on abend nebulybars (2)cantonchevron betweentiger's headcoronet, mural, out of atrefoilannulets (2)garbs (3)cross crosslets (3)cross crossletrams heads (3)
Vernon, George John Venables, 5th Baron Vernon  (1803 - 1866) (Stamp 2)
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Arms Quarterly 1. Two bars (Venables) 2. A fret (Vernon of Haddon) 3. A fess (Vernon of Shipbrook) 4. Checky on a canton a lion rampant (Warren of Poynton) Supporters Dexter A lion collared and chained and Sinister A boar ducally gorged and chained Crests 1. A wyvern standing on a fish weir or trap devouring an infant and pierced through the body with an arrow (Venables) 2. A boar's head erased ducally gorged (Vernon) Helmet of a peer Coronet of a Baron Motto •vernon••semper••viret
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arrowbars (2)boar's headcanton, on acheckyfessfretinfantlion rampantwyvern
Vernon, George John Venables, 5th Baron Vernon  (1803 - 1866) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly 1. Two bars (Venables) 2. A fret (Vernon of Haddon) 3. A fess (Vernon of Shipbrook) 4. Checky on a canton a lion rampant (Warren of Poynton) Supporters Dexter A lion collared and chained and Sinister A boar ducally gorged and chained Crests 1. A wyvern standing on a fish weir or trap devouring an infant and pierced through the body with an arrow (Venables) 2. A boar's head erased ducally gorged (Vernon) Helmet of a peer Coronet of a Baron Motto •vernon••semper••viret
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arrowbars (2)boar's headcanton, on acheckyfessfretinfantlion rampantwyvern
Tresham, Thomas (1543 - 1605) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly of twenty five 1. Per saltire in chief three trefoils slipped two and one in base three trefoils slipped one and two (Tresham) 2. A chevron engrailed between three martlets (Pevensey) 3. A fret (Harrington) 4. Three lions passant gardant (Aigles?) 5. On a bend three lozenges each charged with a saltire (Urswick) 6. A lion rampant (Champneys) 7. A cross flory voided (Pilkington) 8. Two bars a bordure engrailed (Parr) 9. Three water bougets (Roos) 10. A saltire fretty (Crophull) 11. A fret (Verdon) 12. A fess (Colville) 13. A lion rampant (Bigot) 14. Five lozenges in bend...
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barry (10)barry (6)barry (8)bars (2)bendbend, on aboar's headbordure engrailedchevron engrailed betweenchevrons (3)chiefchief, on acrescents (3)cross florycrosses patty (3)crosses patty (6)eagle displayedfessfleur-de-lysfretgarbs (3)griffins heads (3)lion rampantlions passant gardant (3)lozenges (3)lozenges (5)martlets (3)per saltiresaltire frettytrefoils (6)vairwater bougets (3)

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