lions passant (2)

lions passant (2)
Dudley, Robert, Earl of Leicester (1532 - 1588) (Stamp 1)
Arms Quarterly of sixteen 1. A lion rampant double queued (Sutton and Dudley) 2. Two lions passant (Somerie) 3. Barry of six a label (Grey) 4. Barry of ten an orle of ten martlets (De Valence) 5. A cinquefoil ermine (Astley) 6. A lion rampant within a bordure engrailed (Talbot) 7. A lion rampant within a bordure (Belesme) 8. A fess between six cross crosslets (Beauchamp) 9. Checky a chevron ermine (Guy, Earl of Warwick) 10. A chevron between ten crosses patty (Berkeley) 11. A lion passant crowned (Lisle) 12. A fess between two chevrons (Lisle) 13. A saltire between four martlets (Guilford) 14. A fess dancetty (West) 15. A lion rampant between five cross crosslets fitchy (Delaware) 16. Barry of six on a chief three pallets between two base esquires over all an escutcheon (Mortimer) in fess point and at the junction of quarters 1, 2, 5 and 6 a crescent for difference Supporters Dexter A lion crowned and Sinister a leopard collared and chained both charged on the shoulder with a crescent Crest A bear erect muzzled and chained supporting a ragged staff Helmet of a peer Coronet of an Earl Orders The Garter and the collar of the Order of St Michael Motto DROIT ET LOYAL
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Croker, John Wilson (1780 - 1857) (Stamp 1)
Arms Quarterly of six 1 & 6. A chevron engrailed gules between three ravens. 2. Sable a lion rampant on a canton a cross 3. A lion rampant within a bordure 4. A chevron between three bears (?) 5. Gules a fess vair between two lions passant (?) impaling On a saltire azure five mullets (Peverall or Pennell) Crest A drinking cup with three fleurs-de-lys issuing therefrom and charged with a rose Motto DEUS ALIT EOS
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Bunbury, Henry Edward, Sir, 7th Baronet (1778 - 1860) (Stamp 1)
Arms Quarterly 1. Argent on a bend sable three chess rooks (Bunbury) 2. Argent two lions passant gardant (Hanmer) 3. Azure a lion passant between three fleurs de lys (North) 4. Argent a fess gules between three pheasants (Stannich) in fess point the hand of Ulster Crest A leopard's face pierced by two swords in saltire Motto ESSE QUAM VIDERI
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Acton, Walter (1651-1718)  (Stamp 1)
Arms Semy of cross crosslets fitchy two lions passant in pale Crest Within a wreath a human leg and thigh in armour couped and dropping blood
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