Carpenter, George, 1st Baron Carpenter of Killaghy (1657 -1732)

George Carpenter, of Longwood House, in Hampshire, was the youngest son of Warncombe Carpenter, of Pitcher's Ocull in Herefordshire, and Eleanor, daughter of William Taylor, of Withington, in Herefordshire, and widow of John Hill. Educated at a private school, he enlisted as a private in the 3rd troop of the Guards and in 1710 reached the rank of Lieutenant General. He was Member of Parliament for Whitchurch in Hampshire 1715 1722, for Westminster 1722 1727, and was employed on diplomatic missions. On 29 May 1719 he was created Baron Carpenter, of Killaghy in County Kilkenny. He married, 23 January 1694, Alice, daughter of William Caulfield, 1st Viscount Charlemont, and widow of James Margetson.

Seat / Residence(s): Longwood House, Hampshire
Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Carpenter, George, 1st Baron Carpenter of Killaghy  (1657 - 1732) (Stamp 1) Title: Carpenter, George, 1st Baron Carpenter of Killaghy (1657 - 1732) (Stamp 1)
Arms: Paly of six on a chevron three cross crosslets
Motto: Per acuta belli
Supporters: Two horses
Dimensions (height x width): 45mm x 44mm
Coronet: Baron
Impalement: Barry of ten on a canton a lion passant gardant
Heraldic Charges: barry (10), Heraldic Charges: canton, on a, Heraldic Charges: chevron, on a, Heraldic Charges: crosses crosslet (3), Heraldic Charges: lion passant gardant, Heraldic Charges: paly (6)