bars (2)

bars (2)
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Arms Azure an archiepiscopal staff headed with a cross patty surmounted by a pall charged with four crosses patty fitchy (See of Canterbury) impaling Quarterly 1 & 4 Argent a canton sable (Sutton) 2 & 3. Or two bars azure and a chief quarterly 1 & 4. Azure two fleurs de lys or 2 & 3. Gules a lion passant gardant or (Manners) Mitre of an Archbishop
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Manners-Sutton, Charles, Archbishop of Canterbury (1755 - 1828) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Azure an archiepiscopal staff headed with a cross patty surmounted by a pall charged with four crosses patty fitchy (See of Canterbury) impaling Quarterly 1 & 4 Argent a canton sable (Sutton) 2 & 3. Or two bars azure and a chief quarterly 1 & 4. Azure two fleurs de lys or 2 & 3. Gules a lion passant gardant or (Manners) Mitre of an Archbishop
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Arms Quarterly 1 & 4. Argent a cross raguly gules (Lawrence) 2. Sable a Catherine wheel between two crescents in chief and a trefoil in base or (Scott) 3. Argent two bars in chief three mullets gules (Washington) Crest A demi turbot tail erect Helmet of an Esquire Motto IN CRUCE SALUS Legend Rev. Charles Lawrence, / LAWRENCETOWN, / Co. GALWAY
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Lambton, John George, 1st Earl of Durham   (1792 - 1840) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly of thirty 1 & 30. Sable a fess between three lambs passant argent (Lambton) 2. Argent a fess gules between three parrots [popinjay] (Lumley) 3. Gules six parrots three two and one (Lumley, ancient) 4. Gules a saltire argent (Gospatrick, Earl of Northumberland [Nevill?]) 5. Sable three standing cups (André) 6. A saltire vairy argent and sable (Morewic) 7. Argent a fess gules between three parrots (Tweng) 8. Azure a lion rampant ducally crowned (Darell) 9. Argent a lion rampant azure (Brus) 10. Gules two single arches in chief a double one in base (Arches) 11. Argent a...
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Hungerford, Edward, Sir (1596 - 1648) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly of nine 1. Two bars in chief three plates [roundels] (Hungerford) 2. Per pale indented a chevron (Heytesbury) 3. Barry of six ermine and [gules] (Hussey) 4. On a chevron three fleurs de lys (Peverel) 5. Two bars in chief three plates [roundels] (Hungerford) 6. Three toads erect (Botreaux) 7. Paly wavy of six (Molines) 8. A lion rampant crowned within a bordure (Burnell) 9. A saltire engrailed (Blount) impaling on an escutcheon of pretence Three helmets within a bordure (Holyday) Crest Out of a ducal coronet a garb between two sickles Helmet of an Esquire Motto ET DIEV MON...
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Arms Quarterly of six 1. Two bars in chief three roundels (Hungerford) 2. Per pale indented a chevron (Heytesbury) 3. Barry of six (Hussey) 4. Three garbs a chief (Peverel) 5. A lion rampant within an orle (Burnell) 6. A saltire engrailed (Blount) a crescent on a mullet for difference impaling Quarterly of six 1. Two bars in chief three roundels (Hungerford) 2. Per pale indented a chevron (Heytesbury) 3. On a chevron three fleurs de lys (Peverel) 4. Three roundels a label (Courtenay) 5. A griffin segreant (Botereux) 6. Paly wavy of six (Molines) a crescent for difference
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Hilton, John (1699 - 1746) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Two bars Supporters Two lions Crest Moses head glorified Helmet of an Esquire Motto TANT • QUE • JE • PUIS
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Haywood, William (1617-1704)  (Stamp 1)
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Arms Two bars in chief a talbot passant
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Hastings, Henry, 5th Earl of Huntingdon  (1586 - 1643) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly of twelve 1. A maunch (Hastings) 2. Per pale indented a chevron (Heytesbury) 3. A griffin segreant (Botereaux) 4. Three pales wavy (Molines) 5. Two bars in chief three roundels (Moels) 6. Per pale a saltire (Pole) 7. France and England quarterly a label of five points (Plantagenet) 8. A saltire a label of three points for difference (Nevill) 9. Three lozenges in fess (Montagu) 10. A fess between six cross crosslets (Beauchamp) 11. Quarterly in the first and fourth quarters a fret over all a bend (Despencer) 12. Three chevrons (Clare) Supporters Two lions gardant Coronet of an...
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Harris, James, 1st Earl of Malmesbury (1746 - 1820) (Stamp 6)
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Arms Quarterly 1 & 4. Azure a chevron erminois between three hedgehogs (Harris) 2 & 3. Two bars on a chief three escallops (Clarke) and as an honourable augmentation on a chief the eagle of Prussia displayed Coronet of a Baron Order and Motto of the Bath
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