Twemlow, John (1764 -1841)

John Twemlow was the son of William Twemlow, of Hatherton, Cheshire, and Phebe, daughter of Daniel Tomlinson. In 1799 he married Anne, daughter of John Whitmore of Ridgwardine, Shropshire, and with her had one daughter. He served as High Constable for the Nantwich Hundred, and was a cavalry officer at the time of Napoleon’s threatened invasion of Britain.

Seat / Residence(s): Hatherton Lodge, Cheshire
Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Twemlow, John (1764-1841)  (Stamp 1) Title: Twemlow, John (1764 - 1841) (Stamp 1)
Arms: A chevron or between three squirrels sejant (Twemlow Ancient)
Dimensions (height x width): 25mm x 30mm
Heraldic Charges: chevron between, Heraldic Charges: squirrels (3)
Twemlow, John (1764-1841)  (Stamp 2) Title: Twemlow, John (1764 - 1841) (Stamp 2)
Arms: Azure two bars engrailed or charged with three boars heads couped, two and one erect a crescent for difference (Twemlow Modern)
Dimensions (height x width): 25mm x 21mm
Heraldic Charges: bars engrailed (2), Heraldic Charges: boars heads (3)
Twemlow, John (1764-1841)  (Stamp 3) Title: Twemlow, John (1764 - 1841) (Stamp 3)
Motto: Teneo tenvere majores
Dimensions (height x width): 30mm x 25mm
Twemlow, John (1764-1841)  (Stamp 4) Title: Twemlow, John (1764 - 1841) (Stamp 4)
Crest: A popinjay [parrot] perched on a tree stump
Dimensions (height x width): 35mm x 30mm
Heraldic Charges: parrot, Heraldic Charges: tree stump