saltire

saltire
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Arms Ermine a saltire gules on a chief three annulets Crest A boar passant charged on the body with three annulets Legend HONBLE • R • FITZ • GIBBON
Heraldic Charges: 
annulets (3)boarchief on asaltire
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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)
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
Heraldic Charges: 
bordure componycanton, on achiefFrance and EnglandIrelandlion rampantsaltireScotland
Wentworth, Thomas, 1st Earl of Strafford (1593 - 1641) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly of thirty 1. A chevron between three leopards faces in fess point the hand of Ulster (Wentworth) 2. A cross degraded (Wyntworth) 3. Paly of six a bend paly counterchanged (Pollington) 4. A cross patty (Wintworth) 5. A fess between three fleurs de lys (Skelton) 6. A chevron between three foxes heads erased (Tynslow) 7. Ten cross crosslets four three two and one (unidentified) 8. On a pale a conger's head couped hauriant (Gascoigne) 9. A chevron between three dolphins naiant (unidentified) 10. On a chevron three lions passant gardant (Bolton) 11. A fess between three hawks...
Heraldic Charges: 
barry (10)bars (2)bendbordurebordure engrailedcantonchevron betweenchevron, on achief indentedchief, on aconger's headcrescents (3)cross crosslets (10)cross crosslets (9)cross degradedcross pattydolphins (3)eagles displayed (4)fess betweenfleur-de-lysfleurs-de-lys (3)foxes heads (3)griffin statanthand of Ulsterhawks (3)leopards faces (3)lion passantlion rampant withinlions passant gardant (3)lozenges (2)lozenges (5)lozengymartlets (8)pale, on apaly (6)saltiresaltire betweenvair
Wakeman, Henry Offley (1852 - 1899) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly Ist & IVth grand quarters. Paly wavy of six vert and argent a saltire ermine (Wakeman) IInd & IIIrd grand quarters 1 & 4. A cross humetty (Offley?) 2. Two bars in chief a cross patoncy a bordure engrailed (Ward of Brockton) 3. Two bars a bend overall (unidentified)
Heraldic Charges: 
bars (2)bendbordure engrailedcross humettycross patoncypaly wavy (6)saltire
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
Heraldic Charges: 
antelopebillettybordure engrailedchevron withinchiefcross, on a, withincrosses recercely (3)escallopfrettylozenges (5)roundels (5)saltirevair
Verney, John Peyto, 14th Lord Willoughby de Broke  (1738 - 1816) (Stamp 1)
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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
Heraldic Charges: 
antelopebillettybordure engrailedchevron withinchiefcross, on a, withincrosses recercely (3)escallopfrettylozenges (5)roundels (5)saltirevair
Tamworth, John (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly of nine 1. A fess dancetty between three cocks heads erased (Tamworth) 2. A bend lozengy (unidentified) 3. Three garbs within a bordure charged with roundels (Clement) 4. A chevron between three bells (Bell) 5. Semy de lys a lion rampant (Holland) 6. A bend (unidentified) 7. Ermine a bend lozengy (unidentified) 8. Per fess two lions passant counterpassant gardant (unidentified) 9. Three bars on that in fess point three martlets on a canton a saltire (Finch) Crest A cock Helmet of an Esquire
Heraldic Charges: 
bars (3)bells (3)bendbend lozengybordurecanton, on achevron betweencockcocks heads (3)fess dancetty betweengarbs (3)lion rampantlions passant counterpassant gardant (2)martlets (3)per fessroundelssaltiresemy-de-lys
Talbot, Gilbert, 7th Earl of Shrewsbury (1553 - 1616) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly of twenty one 1. A lion rampant a bordure engrailed (Talbot) 2. A lion rampant a bordure (Montgomery Earl of Shrewsbury) 3. Bendy of ten (Talbot, ancient) 4. Three garbs within a double tressure flory counterflory (Comyn Lord of Badenoch) 5. Barry of ten martlets in orle (De Valence Earl of Pembroke) 6. Three escutcheons barry of six vair and [gules] (Monchesny) 7. A bend lozengy (Marshall, ancient) 8. On a chief three crosses patty fitchy (De Clare) 9. Three garbs (MacMurrough) 10. Two lions passant (Strange) 11. A saltire a martlet for difference (Nevill) 12. Fretty a canton...
Heraldic Charges: 
barry (10)barry (6)bendbend betweenbend lozengybendy (10)billettybordurebordure engrailedcantonchapeau, on achief indentedchief indented, on achief, on acrosses patty (3)escutcheons (3)fessfretfrettygarbs (3)lion passantlion rampantlions passant (2)martlets (10)martlets (6)orlequarterlysaltiretalbottressure, double, flory counterflory
Stirling-Maxwell, John, Sir, 10th Baronet, of Pollok  (1866 - 1956) (Stamp 6)
Dimensions:
Arms Quarterly 1 & 4 On a saltire a ring gemmed (Maxwell) 2 & 3. On a bend three buckles (Stirling) impaling A double headed eagle displayed on the breast an escutcheon charged with a saltire on which is a hurcheon or hedgehog all within a bordure (Maxwell of Monreith)
Heraldic Charges: 
bend, on abordurebuckles (3)eagle, double-headed, displayedescutcheonhedgehogringsaltiresaltire, on a

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