lozenges (6)

lozenges (6)
Killigrew, William, Sir (1579 - 1622) (Stamp 1)
Dimensions:
Arms Quarterly of eight 1. A double headed eagle displayed a bordure bezanty (Killigrew) 2. A chevron between three eagles displayed (Kentbury) 3. Three mascles (Arwennack) 4. On a chevron between three torteaux [roundels] as many bezants (Killigrew) 5. On a bend three eagles displayed (unidentified) 6. A lion salient (Petit) 7. A bend between six lozenges (Fitz Ives) 8. A bend a label of three points (Carminour) impaling A chevron between three elephants heads erased a chief (Saunders)
Heraldic Charges: 
bendbend betweenbend, on abordure bezantychevron betweenchevron, on a, betweenchiefeagle, double-headed, displayedeagles displayed (3)elephants heads (3)lion salientlozenges (6)mascles (3)roundels (3)
Hatton, Christopher, Sir (1540 - 1591) (Stamp 1)
Dimensions:
Arms Quarterly of twelve 1. A chevron between three garbs (Hatton) 2. Per fess six lozenges counterchanged (Crispin) 3. A cross flory between four martlets (Golborne) 4. An eagle displayed (Bruin) 5. On a bend three covered cups (Rixton) 6. A cross engrailed ermine (Hallum [Hallom?]) 7. A saltire (Hellesby) 8. A fess humetty in chief a crescent (Bostock) 9. Five cinquefoils in cross (Holdenby) 10. Three bendlets on a canton a castle fired (Carvile) 11. On a chief three fleurs de lys (Washingley) 12. On a fess three cross crosslets (Mortimer) Crest A hind statant Order The...
Heraldic Charges: 
bend, on abendlets (3)canton, on acastlechevron betweenchief, on acinquefoils (5)cross crosslets (3)cross engrailedcross flory betweencups (3)eagle displayedfess humettyfess, on afleurs-de-lys (3)garbs (3)hindlozenges (6)martlets (4)per fesssaltire
Finch, Moyle, Sir (1550 - 1614) (Stamp 2)
Dimensions:
Arms Quarterly of twelve 1. A chevron between three griffins passant (Finch) 2. A fess between three pelicans in their piety (Passenden) 3. Six lozenges conjoined fessways three and three (Crabbe) 4. Three shovellers (Poplesham) 5. Three eagles displayed in bend between two cotises a mullet for difference (Belknap) 6. A fess compony countercompony between six cross crosslets fitchy (Boteler) 7. Two bends (Sudeley) 8. Four bends (Mountford [or Mountfort?]) 9. A mule statant a mullet for difference (Moyle) 10. A greyhound courant between two bars between three birds on a chief three roundels...
Heraldic Charges: 
bars (2)bends (2)bends (4)birds (3)chevron betweenchief, on across crosslets (6)eagles displayed (3)estoiles (4)fess betweengreyhoundgriffins passant (3)lozenges (6)mulepelicans (3)quarterlyquarterly embattledroundels (3)saltire betweenshovellers (3)
Finch, Moyle, Sir (1550 - 1614) (Stamp 1)
Dimensions:
Arms Quarterly of twelve 1. A chevron between three griffins passant (Finch) 2. A fess between three pelicans in their piety (Passenden) 3. Six lozenges conjoined fessways three and three (Crabbe) 4. Three shovellers (Poplesham) 5. Three eagles displayed in bend between two cotises a mullet for difference (Belknap) 6. A fess compony countercompony between six cross crosslets fitchy (Boteler) 7. Two bends (Sudeley) 8. Four bends (Mountford [or Mountfort?]) 9. A mule statant a mullet for difference (Moyle) 10. A greyhound courant between two bars between three birds on a chief three roundels...
Heraldic Charges: 
bars (2)bends (2)bends (4)birds (3)chevron betweenchief, on across crosslets (6)eagles displayed (3)estoiles (4)fess betweengreyhoundgriffins passant (3)lozenges (6)mulepelicans (3)quarterlyquarterly embattledroundels (3)saltire betweenshovellers (3)
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