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Arms Quarterly 1& 3 three fleur-de-lys within a bordure bezanty (Lordship of Aubigny) 2 & 3 A fess checky within a bordure engrailed (Stuart) on an escutcheon of pretence a saltire engrailed between 4 roses (Lennox) impaling quarterly 1 on a bend between 6 cross crosslets an escutcheon charged with a demi-lion rampant pierced through the mouth with an arrow within a double tressure flory counterflory (Howard) 2 three lions passant gardant a label for difference (Brotherton) 3 checky (Warren) 4 A lion rampant (Mowbray) a crescent for difference Coronet of a Duke
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Button, William (1584 - 1655) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Ermine a fess gules
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Clinton, Henry Fiennes, 2nd Duke of Newcastle (1720 - 1794) (Stamp 5)
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Arms Quarterly of six 1. Six cross crosslets fitchy three, two and one, on a chief two mullets (Clinton) 2. A fess in dexter chief a mullet (Odingsells) 3. Three eagles displayed (De Limsey) 4. Quarterly (Say) 5. A cross within a bordure (Eudo) 6. Per pale an escarbuncle (De Lylle) on an escutcheon of pretence Quarterly 1 &4. Three pelicans in their piety (Pelham) 2 & 3. Two broken belts in pale (Pelham, coat of augmentation) Coronet of a Duke Order The Garter
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Wilder, John (1801 - 1892) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly of six 1 & 6. Gules from a fess charged with two barrulets a demi lion (Wilder) 2. Per bend embattled argent and gules (Boyle) 3. Or two lions passant in pale between three cross crosslets fitchy (Garth) 4. Ermine on a bend azure three roses (Penrose) 5. Vert on a chevron or between three stags heads caboshed three mullets (Higford) Crest A wild man’s head affronty couped at the shoulders Motto VIRTUTI MOENIA CEDANT
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Watson, James (Stamp 1)Crest
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Arms On a mount an oak tree surmounted of a fess azure Crest The stump of an oak tree with a branch sprouting from each side the stock grasped on either side by a hand issuing from a cloud Motto INSPERATA FLORUIT
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Watson, Jabez (1823) (Stamp 1)
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Arms A fess in chief three crosses botonny Crest On a mount a palm tree
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Walsingham, Francis, Sir (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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Vernon, George John Venables, 5th Baron Vernon  (1803 - 1866) (Stamp 2)
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Arms Quarterly 1. Two bars (Venables) 2. A fret (Vernon of Haddon) 3. A fess (Vernon of Shipbrook) 4. Checky on a canton a lion rampant (Warren of Poynton) Supporters Dexter A lion collared and chained and Sinister A boar ducally gorged and chained Crests 1. A wyvern standing on a fish weir or trap devouring an infant and pierced through the body with an arrow (Venables) 2. A boar's head erased ducally gorged (Vernon) Helmet of a peer Coronet of a Baron Motto •vernon••semper••viret
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Vernon, George John Venables, 5th Baron Vernon  (1803 - 1866) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly 1. Two bars (Venables) 2. A fret (Vernon of Haddon) 3. A fess (Vernon of Shipbrook) 4. Checky on a canton a lion rampant (Warren of Poynton) Supporters Dexter A lion collared and chained and Sinister A boar ducally gorged and chained Crests 1. A wyvern standing on a fish weir or trap devouring an infant and pierced through the body with an arrow (Venables) 2. A boar's head erased ducally gorged (Vernon) Helmet of a peer Coronet of a Baron Motto •vernon••semper••viret
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Tresham, Thomas (1543 - 1605) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly of twenty five 1. Per saltire in chief three trefoils slipped two and one in base three trefoils slipped one and two (Tresham) 2. A chevron engrailed between three martlets (Pevensey) 3. A fret (Harrington) 4. Three lions passant gardant (Aigles?) 5. On a bend three lozenges each charged with a saltire (Urswick) 6. A lion rampant (Champneys) 7. A cross flory voided (Pilkington) 8. Two bars a bordure engrailed (Parr) 9. Three water bougets (Roos) 10. A saltire fretty (Crophull) 11. A fret (Verdon) 12. A fess (Colville) 13. A lion rampant (Bigot) 14. Five lozenges in bend...
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