cross crosslet

cross crosslet
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Arms Quarterly of 11 1. a cross engrailed in the first quarter a mullet (Peyton) 2. 3 piles wavy (Gernon) 3. a fess (Colvill) 4. a chevron in chief 3 mullets 5. quarterly per fess indented (Langley) 6, a cross crosslet (Atleze) 7. an eagle displayed (Athrig) 8. a fess in chief three roundels (Langley) 9. a bear rampant (Bernard) 10. in a bordure 3 fishes 11. a lion rampant Crest a griffin statant Helmet of a knight
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Arms Quarterly 1. A rock 2. A dexter hand fessways holding a cross crosslet fitchy palewise 3. A lymphad [ship] oars erect in saltire 4. A salmon naiant in chief two eagles’ heads erased combatant Crest A tower Supporters Two seals Motto VINCERE VEL MORI
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Unidentified Stamp
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Crest A tiger passant ducally gorged collared and lined supporting with his dexter foot a cross crosslet
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Unidentified Stamp
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Crest A demi lion gorged with a collar sable [or checky?] holding an escutcheon charged with a cross crosslet fitchy
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Unidentified Stamp
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Crest A demi lion gorged with a collar sable [or checky?] holding an escutcheon charged with a cross crosslet fitchy
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Walsingham, Francis, Sir (1532-1590)  (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly of nine 1. Paly of six a fess (Walsingham) 2. Bezanty a cross humetty checky (Walsingham) 3. A lion rampant (Nortoft) 4. Ermine on a chief dancetty a trefoil slipped between two annulets (Bamme) 5. Goutty a fess nebuly within a bordure (Dryland) 6. On a chevron between three garbs three cross crosslets fitchy (Dryland) 7. On a bend another bend nebuly in the sinister chief a cross crosslet fitchy (Writtle) 8. Two bars and a canton overall a bend (Boyse) 9. A chevron between three rams heads (Ramsey) In honour point a crescent for difference Crest Out of a mural coronet a...
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Thomas-Stanford, Charles Geisler, Sir, 1st Baronet, of Brighton (1858 - 1932) (Stamp 2)
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Arms Per pale on a chevron nebuly between three buglehorns and in chief a cross crosslet three martlets (Stanford)
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Thomas-Stanford, Charles Geisler, Sir, 1st Baronet, of Brighton (1858 - 1932) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly 1 & 4. On a chevron nebuly between three buglehorns and in chief a cross crosslet three martlets (Stanford) 2 & 3. Two chevrons between in chief two plates [roundels] each charged with a fleur-de-lys and in base a wolf's head erased (Thomas) Crest A demi unicorn charged on the shoulder with two chevrons holding a plate charged with a fleur-de-lys Helmet of an Esquire
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Taylor, Simon Richard Brissett, Sir, 2nd Baronet, of Lysson Hall, Jamaica (1783 - 1815) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly 1 & 4. Argent a saltire wavy sable between in chief and in base a heart gules and in each flank a cinquefoil vert (Taylor) 2 & 3. Sable three bars argent on a canton or a rose and a thistle (Houghton) in fess point the hand of Ulster Supporters Two leopards collared and chained Crest Out of a ducal coronet a dexter cubit arm holding a cross crosslet fitchy gules Mottoes IN HOC SIGNO VINCES; MALGRE LE TORT
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Strachey, Richard (1781 - 1847) (Stamp 1)
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Crest An eagle displayed gules charged on the breast with a cross crosslet argent Motto CŒLUM NON ANIMUM
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