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quarterly
Morton, Thomas, Bishop of Durham (1564 - 1659) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Per pale a cross potent between four crosses patty all counterchanged (See of Lichfield) impaling Quarterly [gules and] ermine in the first and fourth quarters a goat's head erased (Morton)
Heraldic Charges: 
cross potent betweencrosses patty (4)goat's headquarterly
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Arms Quarterly ermine and [gules] in the second and third quarters a goat's head erased in fess point a cinquefoil Crest A goat's head erased
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cinquefoilgoat's headquarterly
Labouchere, Henry, Baron Taunton (1798 - 1869) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly ermine and azure in the second and third quarters a cross flory or Legend HENRY LABOUCHERE
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cross floryquarterly
Holles, John, 1st Earl of Clare (1564 - 1637) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Ermine two piles (Holles) impaling Quarterly ermine and [gules] (Stanhope) Coronet of an Earl
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piles (2)quarterly
Hastings, Henry, 5th Earl of Huntingdon  (1586 - 1643) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly of twelve 1. A maunch (Hastings) 2. Per pale indented a chevron (Heytesbury) 3. A griffin segreant (Botereaux) 4. Three pales wavy (Molines) 5. Two bars in chief three roundels (Moels) 6. Per pale a saltire (Pole) 7. France and England quarterly a label of five points (Plantagenet) 8. A saltire a label of three points for difference (Nevill) 9. Three lozenges in fess (Montagu) 10. A fess between six cross crosslets (Beauchamp) 11. Quarterly in the first and fourth quarters a fret over all a bend (Despencer) 12. Three chevrons (Clare) Supporters Two lions gardant Coronet of an...
Heraldic Charges: 
bars (2)bendchevronchevrons (3)cross crosslets (6)fess betweenFrance and Englandfretgriffin segreantlozenges (3)maunchpales wavy (3)per pale indentedquarterlyroundels (3)saltire
Hamilton, James, 4th Duke of Hamilton (1658 - 1712) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly 1. Three cinquefoils (Hamilton) 2 & 3. A heart ensigned with an imperial crown on a chief three mullets (Douglas) 4. A ship (Arran) impaling on an escutcheon of pretence, Quarterly 1. A saltire (Gerard) 2. A lion rampant crowned (Bryn) 3. Quarterly in the second and third quarters a fret (Dutton) 4. A fleur-de-lys a crescent for difference (Digby) Supporters Two antelopes ducally gorged and chained Coronet of a Duke Motto THROUGH Order Badge and motto of the Order of the Thistle
Heraldic Charges: 
chief, on acinquefoils (3)fleur-de-lysfretheartlion rampantmullets (3)quarterlysaltireship
Fitzgibbon, John, 2nd Earl of Clare (1792 - 1851) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Ermine a saltire gules on a chief three annulets (Fitzgibbon) impaling Quarterly 1. Vert three escutcheons each with a bordure engrailed (Burrell) 2. Or fretty azure (Willoughby) 3. Quarterly argent and gules in the first quarter a mullet (Vere) 4. Vert three eagles displayed in fess (Wynne of Gwydyr [Gwydur]) Supporters Dexter A lion and Sinister A griffin Crest A boar passant charged on the body with three annulets Helmet of a peer Coronet of an Earl Motto NIL ADMIRARI
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annulets (3)boarbordure engrailedchief, on aeagles displayed (3)escutcheons (3)frettymulletquarterlysaltire
Finch, Moyle, Sir (1550 - 1614) (Stamp 2)
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Arms Quarterly of twelve 1. A chevron between three griffins passant (Finch) 2. A fess between three pelicans in their piety (Passenden) 3. Six lozenges conjoined fessways three and three (Crabbe) 4. Three shovellers (Poplesham) 5. Three eagles displayed in bend between two cotises a mullet for difference (Belknap) 6. A fess compony countercompony between six cross crosslets fitchy (Boteler) 7. Two bends (Sudeley) 8. Four bends (Mountford [or Mountfort?]) 9. A mule statant a mullet for difference (Moyle) 10. A greyhound courant between two bars between three birds on a chief three roundels...
Heraldic Charges: 
bars (2)bends (2)bends (4)birds (3)chevron betweenchief, on across crosslets (6)eagles displayed (3)estoiles (4)fess betweengreyhoundgriffins passant (3)lozenges (6)mulepelicans (3)quarterlyquarterly embattledroundels (3)saltire betweenshovellers (3)
Finch, Moyle, Sir (1550 - 1614) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly of twelve 1. A chevron between three griffins passant (Finch) 2. A fess between three pelicans in their piety (Passenden) 3. Six lozenges conjoined fessways three and three (Crabbe) 4. Three shovellers (Poplesham) 5. Three eagles displayed in bend between two cotises a mullet for difference (Belknap) 6. A fess compony countercompony between six cross crosslets fitchy (Boteler) 7. Two bends (Sudeley) 8. Four bends (Mountford [or Mountfort?]) 9. A mule statant a mullet for difference (Moyle) 10. A greyhound courant between two bars between three birds on a chief three roundels...
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bars (2)bends (2)bends (4)birds (3)chevron betweenchief, on across crosslets (6)eagles displayed (3)estoiles (4)fess betweengreyhoundgriffins passant (3)lozenges (6)mulepelicans (3)quarterlyquarterly embattledroundels (3)saltire betweenshovellers (3)
Caley, John (1763 - 1834) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly argent and sable overall on a bend sable three mullets Legend JOH • CALEY • S•A•S•
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bend, on amullets (3)quarterly

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