lions passant (2)

lions passant (2)
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Arms Or two bars azure a canton quartered 1 & 3 a lion rampant 2 & 3 two lions passant Crest On a chapeau turned up ermine a peacock in its pride Coronet of a duke Supporters two unicorns Motto POUR Y PARVENIR
Heraldic Charges: 
bars (2)canton, on alion rampantlions passant (2)peacock
Williams, John, Archbishop of York (1582 - 1650) (Stamp 2)
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Arms Two lions passant gardant on a chief the Virgin and Child seated on an altar and holding a sceptre (See of Lincoln) impaling Quarterly 1 & 4. A chevron ermine between three mens heads couped (Williams) 2 & 3. A chevron between three stags heads caboshed (Griffiths)
Heraldic Charges: 
chevron betweenchief, on aheads (3)lions passant (2)stags heads caboshed (3)Virgin and Child
Ware, James, Sir (1594 - 1666) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Two lions passant a bordure charged with eight escallops
Heraldic Charges: 
bordureescallops (8)lions passant (2)
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Arms Two lions passant a bordure charged with eight escallops
Heraldic Charges: 
bordureescallops (8)lions passant (2)
Talbot, Gilbert, 7th Earl of Shrewsbury (1553 - 1616) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly of twenty one 1. A lion rampant a bordure engrailed (Talbot) 2. A lion rampant a bordure (Montgomery Earl of Shrewsbury) 3. Bendy of ten (Talbot, ancient) 4. Three garbs within a double tressure flory counterflory (Comyn Lord of Badenoch) 5. Barry of ten martlets in orle (De Valence Earl of Pembroke) 6. Three escutcheons barry of six vair and [gules] (Monchesny) 7. A bend lozengy (Marshall, ancient) 8. On a chief three crosses patty fitchy (De Clare) 9. Three garbs (MacMurrough) 10. Two lions passant (Strange) 11. A saltire a martlet for difference (Nevill) 12. Fretty a canton...
Heraldic Charges: 
barry (10)barry (6)bendbend betweenbend lozengybendy (10)billettybordurebordure engrailedcantonchapeau, on achief indentedchief indented, on achief, on acrosses patty (3)escutcheons (3)fessfretfrettygarbs (3)lion passantlion rampantlions passant (2)martlets (10)martlets (6)orlequarterlysaltiretalbottressure, double, flory counterflory
Sidney, Robert, Earl of Leicester (1563 - 1626) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly of sixteen 1. A pheon (Sydney) 2. Barry of ten a lion rampant crowned (Brandon) 3. A lion rampant double queued (Dudley) 4. Two lions passant (Somerie) 5. Barry of six in chief three torteaux [roundels] a label of three points for difference (Grey, Viscount Lisle) 6. A maunch (Hastings) 7. A wolf's head erased (Lupus, Earl of Chester) 8. Barry of ten as many martlets in orle (Valence, Earl of Pembroke) 9. A lion rampant (Marshall, Earl of Pembroke) 10. Seven mascles conjoined three and one (Ferrers of Groby) 11. A lion rampant within a bordure engrailed (Talbot) 12. A fess...
Heraldic Charges: 
barry (10)barry (6)bordure engrailedcheckychevronchevrons (3)chief, on acrosses crosslet (6)escallops (3)fessfess betweenfess dancettylion rampantlion rampant withinlion statant gardantlions passant (2)lozenges (5)martlets (10)mascles (7)maunchorlepheonroundels (3)vairwolf's head
Lygon, William, 1st Earl Beauchamp (1747 - 1816) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Two lions passant double queued Supporters Dexter A bear muzzled collared and chained and Sinister A swan ducally gorged and chained both with escutcheons on their shoulders charged with a fess between six martlets Motto EX FIDE FORTIS
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lions passant (2)
Leveson-Gower, George Granville, 1st Duke of Sutherland  (1758 - 1833) (Stamp 4)
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Arms Quarterly of eight 1. Quarterly 1 & 4. Barry of eight argent and gules a cross flory sable (Gower) 2 & 3. Azure three laurel leaves (Leveson) impaling on an inescutcheon of pretence Gules three mullets within a double tressure flory counterflory, the inescutcheon surmounted of an Earl's coronet (Earldom of Sutherland) 2. Barry of eight argent and gules a cross flory sable (Gower) 3. Gules three clarions (Granville) 4. Argent a lion rampant between three pheons (Egerton) 5. Argent on a bend azure three stags heads caboshed (Stanley) 6. Gules two lions passant (Strange) 7. Barry of ten...
Heraldic Charges: 
barry (10)barry (8)bend, on acanton, on aclarions (3)cross floryfessFrance and Englandleaves (laurel) (3)lion rampant betweenlions passant (2)mullets (3)pheons (3)stags heads caboshed (3)tressure, double, flory counterflory
Harley, Henrietta Cavendish Holles, Countess of Oxford and Mortimer  (1693 - 1755) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly 1 & 4. A bend cotised (Harley) 2 & 3. Two lions passant (Brampton) impaling on an escutcheon of pretence Quarterly 1. Ermine two piles issuant from the corners of the chief (Holles) 2. A saltire on a chief three cinquefoils (Hardwicke) 3. A fess between three crescents (Ogle) 4. Three stags heads caboshed (Cavendish) Supporters Dexter An angel and Sinister A lion rampant gardant ducally crowned Coronet of a Countess Motto VIRTUTE ET FIDE
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bend cotisedchief on acinquefoils (3)crescents (3)fess betweenlions passant (2)piles (2)saltirestags heads caboshed (3)
Dudley, Robert, Earl of Leicester (1532 - 1588) (Stamp 3)
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Arms Quarterly of sixteen 1. A lion rampant a crescent for difference (Dudley) 2. Two lions passant (Somerie) 3. A cinquefoil pierced (Pagnell) 4. Barry of six in chief a label (Grey) 5. A cross flory (Lexington) 6. A maunch (Hastings) 7. Barry of ten an orle of martlets (De Valence) 8. Vairy (Ferrers) 9. Seven mascles conjoined three, three, and one (Ferrers of Groby as heir of Quinci) 10. Three garbs (Meschines) 11. A lion rampant within a bordure (Belesme) 12. A fess between six cross crosslets (Beauchamp) 13. Checky a chevron ermine (Guy, Earl of Warwick) 14. A chevron between ten...
Heraldic Charges: 
barry (10)barry (6)bordurecheckychevronchevron betweenchevrons (2)cinquefoilcrosses crosslet (6)cross florycrosses patty (10)fess betweengarbs (3)lion passantlion rampantlion rampant withinlions passant (2)martlets (10)mascles (7)maunchorlevairy

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