Moore, Thomas N/A

The arms are those of Moore, but nothing is known of the owner. Burke’s General Armory contains the following candidates: Moore of Wichford in Hampshire in the Herald’s Visitation of 1634 bore Argent two bars vert between nine martlets gules, with the crest of a mermaid with a looking-glass; Moore of Rosscarberry, County Cork had arms Argent two bars sable between nine martlets gules; Moore of Somerset, sometime Lord of the Manor of Greinston and Mere, bore Argent two bars engrailed vert between nine martlets gules each charged with a spearhead erect argent; and the same was confirmed to John Moore of Bristol. The arms as shown in the stamp are attributed to Moore without any further information about the bearer. Papworth adds Argent two bars azure between nine martlets vert, which may well be this stamp, but attributes it only to Moore.

Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Moore, Thomas (Stamp 1) Title: Moore, Thomas (Stamp 1)
Arms: Argent two bars azure (?) between nine martlets, three, three, and three
Dimensions (height x width): 55mm x 55mm
Heraldic Charges: bars (2), Heraldic Charges: martlets (9)