Lowe, Timothy, Sir (1596N/A

Sir Timothy Lowe was the son of Simon Lowe, alias Fifield, of Bromley in Kent and of St Magnus in London, and Margaret daughter and heir of Christopher Lacye of London, third son of Gilbert Lacy, second son of John Lacy of Cromwell Botham in the County of York. He was educated at Christ Church, Oxford, where he matriculated 22 May 1612 at the age of 17. He was made a knight at the Coronation of James I 23 July 1603. The tinctures of the fourth quartering are Gules an eagle displayed argent, which are identified in Papworth's Ordinary as Chamberlyn, Cosyn, Genay, Godemonestone, Lymsey, Prilaux, Sothill and Wayny. His brother Michael, who matriculated at Christ Church at the same time, was described as the son of Sir Thomas Lowe of London.

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Lowe, Timothy, Sir (1596) (Stamp 1) Arms: Quarterly of six 1 & 6. Ermine on a bend engrailed three cinquefoils (Lowe) 2. On a chevron three crosses patty (Kirketoft) 3. Six roundels three, two and one a mullet for difference (Lacy) 4. An eagle displayed (unidentified) 5. Three crescents a chief ermine (Symes)
Quarterings: 1 & 6. Ermine on a bend engrailed three cinquefoils (Lowe) 2. On a chevron three crosses patty (Kirketoft) 3. Six roundels three, two and one a mullet for difference (Lacy) 4. An eagle displayed (unidentified) 5. Three crescents a chief ermine (Symes)
Heraldic Charges: bend engrailed, on a, Heraldic Charges: chevron, on a, Heraldic Charges: roundels (6), Heraldic Charges: eagle displayed, Heraldic Charges: crescents (3), Heraldic Charges: cinquefoils (3), Heraldic Charges: crosses patty (3)