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Stucley, George Stucley, Sir, 1st Baronet, of Affeton Castle (1812 - 1900) (Stamp 4)
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Crest A lion rampant holding a battleaxe over its shoulder in bend
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Stucley, George Stucley, Sir, 1st Baronet, of Affeton Castle (1812 - 1900) (Stamp 3)
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Crest A lion rampant holding a battleaxe over its shoulder in bend
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Stucley, George Stucley, Sir, 1st Baronet, of Affeton Castle (1812 - 1900) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Three pears Crest A lion rampant holding a battleaxe over its shoulder in bend
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Pettus, John, Sir (1613 - 1685) (Stamp 2)
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Crest Out of a ducal coronet a warhammer [axe] erect
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Morse, John (1776 - 1844) (Stamp 1)
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Crest A demi man in armour holding a halberd [axe]
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Maclean, Alexander (1791-1876)  (Stamp 1)
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Crest A branch of cypress and a claymore [sword] in saltire surmounted by a battleaxe in pale Motto ALTERA MERCES
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Hartstonge, Matthew Weld (1772-1835)  (Stamp 1)
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Crest A demi savage wearing a cap and holding in his dexter hand a sword hilt upwards and in his sinister a battleaxe
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Hanbury-Leigh, Capel (1776 - 1861) (Stamp 2)
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Crests 1. Out of a mural coronet a demi lion rampant holding a battleaxe (Hanbury) 2. A unicorn's head erased (Capel) Mottoes ET BELLO ET PACE (Hanbury) TOUT VIENT DE DIEU (Capel)
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Hanbury-Leigh, Capel (1776 - 1861) (Stamp 1)
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Crests 1. Out of a mural coronet a demi lion rampant holding a battleaxe (Hanbury) 2. A unicorn's head erased (Capel) Mottoes ET BELLO ET PACE (Hanbury) TOUT VIENT DE DIEU (Capel)
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Gibbs, Henry Martin (1850 - 1928) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Three battleaxes erect a bordure nebuly Crest An arm in armour embowed holding a battleaxe
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