Glascock, Robert N/A

Robert Glascock, was the third, but second surviving son of Richard Glascock of Down Hall, Hatfield in Essex, and Elizabeth, daughter of William Bourne, of Bobbingworth, in the same county. He migrated to Ireland, before 1614, obtained a lease for 41 years, dated 19 October 1624, of the lands of Tullyorge and Ballintreal in Queen's County [Laois], from Thomas Ridgeway, Earl of Londonderry. He married Helen, or Elenor Dempsey, of Ballycony in Queen's County, and died intestate about 1657. His son Roger Glascock of Peter Street, Dublin, was a petitioner for the lands 2 January 1657, and administration was finally granted to his grandson, Francis Glascock, on the 14 November 1665. The arms and crest of Glascock, of Queen's County, were registered in the Ulster Office as Ermine a chevron between three cocks azure, and a cock azure armed crested and jelloped or holding in the beak an annulet gules, with the motto Vigil et audax.

Seat / Residence(s): Tullyorge, Offaly, Ballintreal, Offaly
Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Glascock, Robert (Stamp 1) Helmet: Esquire
Crest: On a mount a cock wings expanded ermine
Arms: Ermine a chevron between three cocks a crescent for difference
Heraldic Charges: chevron between, Heraldic Charges: cock, Heraldic Charges: cocks (3)
Glascock, Robert (Stamp 2) Crest: On a mount a cock wings expanded ermine
Heraldic Charges: cock