Penrice, Thomas (1757 -1816)

Thomas Penrice of Great Yarmouth in Norfolk was descended from a Worcestershire family. He is said to have been a musician and a collector of paintings, and was the residuary legatee of John Howe, last Lord Chedworth, and inherited his estates in Gloucestershire and Wiltshire, which he sold in 1810.

Seat / Residence(s): Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Penrice, Thomas (1757 - 1816) (Stamp 1) Motto: Tuto et celeriter
Crest: Two wings elevated endorsed the upper charged with two mullets of six points in pale
Arms: Per pale indented argent and gules in dexter chief a wolf's head couped at the neck
Heraldic Charges: mullets (2), Heraldic Charges: per pale indented, Heraldic Charges: wings (2), Heraldic Charges: wolf's head
Penrice, Thomas (1757 - 1816) (Stamp 2) Motto: Tuto et celeriter
Arms: Per pale indented argent and gules
Heraldic Charges: per pale indented
Motto: Tuto et celeriter
Arms: Per pale indented argent and gules in dexter chief a wolf's head couped at the neck
Heraldic Charges: per pale indented, Heraldic Charges: wolf's head
Arms: Per pale indented argent and gules in dexter chief a wolf's head couped at the neck
Heraldic Charges: per pale indented, Heraldic Charges: wolf's head
Penrice, Thomas (1757 - 1816) (Stamp 5) Crest: Two wings elevated endorsed
Heraldic Charges: wings (2)
Crest: Two wings elevated endorsed
Heraldic Charges: wings (2)
Penrice, Thomas (1757 - 1816) (Stamp 7) Crest: Two wings elevated endorsed the upper charged with two mullets of six points in pale
Heraldic Charges: mullets (2), Heraldic Charges: wings (2)