Prankerd, Peter Dowding (1819 -1902)

Peter Dowding Prankerd was a native of Bristol. In 1839 he emigrated to Adelaide South Australia, where he worked as a land developer and mine operator, amassing a great fortune. Returning to Bristol in 1872 he bought a large house known as The Knoll in Sneyd Park, Bristol. His son, Percy John Prankerd (b. 1859) was a barrister.

Seat / Residence(s): The Knoll, Bristol
Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Prankerd, Peter Dowding (1819 - 1902) (Stamp 1) Motto: Cruce salus
Crest: An escallop
Arms: Argent five lozenges in pale gules a bordure sable semy of Latin crosses
Heraldic Charges: lozenges (5), Heraldic Charges: escallop, Heraldic Charges: bordure, Heraldic Charges: crosses, Latin (semy)
Prankerd, Peter Dowding (1819 - 1902) (Stamp 2) Motto: Cruce salus
Crest: An escallop
Heraldic Charges: escallop