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HEXRY, LORD FARJIHAM. K.P.




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FITZGERALD, KNICHT OF CLIV.



JAMES ROSS COVLTHART,ESQ.



THE



1849-1850.



WITH AN



BY



J. BERNARD BURKE, ESQ.,

AVTHOK or "THE PEERAGE," "LANCED GENTRY," "ANECDOTES OF THE

ARISTOCRACY," ETC.



LONDON :
E, CHURTON, 26, HOLLES STREET.

1850.



THE HERALDIC REGISTER.



ARMS OF



Abercromby of Birkenbog, 1
Allcard of \Varrington, 8
Allfrey, 12

Barton of Holbrook House, 7
Berkeley of Cotheridge, 14
Bishopricks newly created, 15
Blakely of Norwich, 7
Bourne of Stalmine, 3
Bourne of Hackinsall, 3
Bower of High Grove, 10
Brock of Guernsey, 9
Brooke of H andford and Liver-
pool, 5

Bulwer of Heydon Hall, 6
Bythesea of the Hill, Fresh-
ford, 2

Carthew of Woodbridge Ab-
bey, 10

Chadwick of High Bank, 9
Chance of Birmingham, 13
Charlesworth of Lofthouse

House, 4

Clapp of Salcombe Hill, 14
Clare of Walton on the Hill, 5
Clarkson of Heysham, 6
Claxson of Eastgate House, 2
Coleman of Norwich, 4
Colthurst of Dripsey Castle, 5
Colthurst of Clonmoyle, 6
Courtauld of Folly House, 13
Cozens-Hardy, 10
Coulthart of Coulthart and
Collyn, 8

Dabbs of Freasley, 6
Dale of Tunstal, 14
Darby of Colebrookdale, 12
Davies of Bristol, 8
Davis of Hollywood, 2
Dering of Lockleys, 13
Duffield of Ireland and York-
shire, 5

Eardley, 12

Ettrick of High Barnes, 2

Europe, States of, 15



Farley of Worcestershire, 1 1
Fisher of Cossington, 2
Flower of Park Hill, 3
Foley of Tetworth, 13
Fraser of Durris and Fin-
drack, 11

Gardiner of Coorabe Lodge, 9
Gardner of Leighton Hall, 13
Gardyne of Middleton, 7
German of Preston, 7
Gibson of Saffron Walden, 8
Gibsone of Pentland, 4
Girdlestone, 13
Goddard of Edgbaston, 1
Grabham of Rochford, 4
Graham of Vere Lodge, 7
Gregory of Asfordby, 11
Grey of Norton, 7
Guy of London, 1 1

Hancocks of Blakeshall, 3
Harris of Leicester, 4
Hartopp of Four Oaks Hall, 7
Havilland of Guernsey, 11
Haviland of Cambridge, 1 1
Henslowe, 1
Hinde of Caton, 12
Hopper of Witton Castle, 12

Jarrett of Elmfield House, 4

Kaye of Dalton Hall, 10

Kenah, 5

Kensit, 6

Knight of Glen Parva, 11

Le Hunt of Burgh, 3
Long of London, 8
Longcroft of Havant, 4
Lyon of Bishop's Caundle, 6

M'Carthy of Laurel Hill, 5
Maingay of Guernsey, 9
Marrable, 5

Marriott of Horsmonden, 14
Mathew of Llandaff, 6
Mercer of Aldie, 6
Mercer of Ireland, 6



Miller of Werndean Hall, 5
Nowell of Netherside, 12

Onley of Stisted Hall, 10
Orme of Peterborough, 1 1

Parbury of Brighton, 5
Peacock of Hackney, 7
Perry- Watlington, 8
Pollard of Kirskill, 9
Prytherch of Abergole, 9
Purchon of York House, 3

Robinson of Silksworth Hall, 4
R utter of Eardington, 4

Savill-Onley of Stisted, 10
Scrimgeour, 12
Shadwell, of Kingmer, 9
Sloper of Devizes, 3
Smith of Oundle, 4
Smith of Ryhope, 7
Smythe ot Barbavilla, 9
Smythies of Colchester, 9
Sparrow of Red Hill, 2
St. Aubyn of Clowance, 13
Stent of Fittleworth, 9
Southwell, 14
Strode of Southill, 12
Strother of Shooter's Hill, 6

Tooke of Herts, 10
Townsend of Honington, 1 1
Trafford-Southwell, 14
Tripp of Huntspill, 14
Tupper of Guernsey, 8
Turner of Trent Rectory, 4
Turner, Farley of Worcester-
shire, 11

Veel, 9

Warren of Killiney Castle, 13
Watlington of Caldecot, 8
Waylen of Devizes, 10
White, 1

Willaume of London, 7
Wynter, 10

Yate of Arlingham, 7



CHANGES OF NAME.
HONOURS CONFERRED.
OBITUARY, ANNOTATED.



INDEX TO VOL II.



Page
Abduction of Mistress Pleasant

Rawlins - - - - 39

Aristocracy, the, and the People, 353
Assassination of Miss Knox of

Prehen - - - 44.3

Autumn "Walks to Historic Sites 183



Bourbons, the, and the Chivalry
of France - - - - 2.53



Calvwley, of Calverley - - 1

CORRESPONDENCE :

Curiosities of Genealogy 162, 329

The Order of Baronets - 163

The De Berghem Pedigree 165

Gold Making - - - . 166

Decadence of Noble Families 246

Arms of Sir Roger Dawson - 247

The Lindsay Tradition - - 248

The Byard Family - - 249
Arms of Phillips, of Whitmore

Park - 249

Epitaph of William De Warenne 332

Pre-Adamite Productions - 332

Classes of Society - 334

A Prophetic Dream - - 335

Family of Dawson - 336

Family of Carmichael, &c. - 80

Court Favourite, a - - - 197



Dale Abbey, - - - - 190
Days that are gone, the - - 112



English Society, Permanence of - 308



Forgotten English Peerage, a
Forgery on the Duchess of Gordon



67
234



Gatherings for a Garland of
Bishoprick Blossoms - - 25, 105



Henham Oak, the] -
Heraldic Notes -

Heraldry, can it be made more

Popular ?
Heroines of the Peerage, No. I.

85, No. II. 384, No. III. 441,

No. IV. 443
High Sheriffs of England



Is the present Duke of Cam-
bridge now one of " the Royal
Family," and is he entitled to
the style of ''Royal Highness ?"



James Stewart of the Clan
Stewart of Appin, Trial of -
Jealousy of P.oger Lowen, the -
Josephine, Empress of France -
July Fruits -
June Flowers - - - -



228
400

100



73



453



374
152
52
337
264



297



Laureateship, the,
LITERATURE :

Morris's History of British Birds 326
Moile's Philip the Second - 327
Hort's Horse Guards, and the
WhiteCharger, Secretary, and
Penelope Wedgebone - - 327,473
Sleigh's Royal Militia and Yeo-
manry Cavalry Army List, - 328
Longstafie's Annals and Charac-
teristics of Darlington - 414
A Merry Christmas - - 418
T xvycross 's County Seats of
England - - - - 419



Page
LITERATURE :

Manning's Lives of the Speakers, 419
The Pianista, - - 420, 475
Burke's Anecdotes of the Aris-
tocracy, -

Atkinson's "Worthies of "West-
morland -
Davidson's Illustrated Libretto

Books -
Churton's Library for the Million



464
469

477
478



Major Oneby's Duel - - 289

Marquess Paleotti's crime, the 155

May Blossoms - - 241

Mesmerism, Singular case of 458

Mildreiados ... 69

My Cousin's story - 317



Names and Surnames 55

Neglected Biography, a 169

Notes f rom Northumbria, 274, 358



Opera, opening of the - - 149

Opera, the, and the French Drama 314

Operas, theatres, &c.- - - 350
Oliver Goldsmith's Tomb, Lines

suggested on visiting - 151



Popular Rhymes, Sayings, Pro-
verbs, Prophecies, &c., peculiar
to the Northern Counties, 157, 408, 445
Permanence of English Society - 308
Prophetic Dream, a - 32

Ramblings in many Counties 115,

389, 422

Roll of Peers, the 346

Robert the Bruce ... 406

Station and Precedence of different

Classes of Society - - 135,210
Saxon, traces of the - - 141
Singular Trials connected with the
Upper Classes of Society, 39,

152, 155, 234, 289, 374, 443
Shropshire Legend, a - - 181
Sepulchral Monuments - - 205
Spring 17

Traces of the Saxon - - 411
Travelling by Proxy, the won-
drous Panoramas of 1850 - 300

What I saw in London - - 218
White Knighfa Vow, the - 368

Zambeccari - ... 460



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THO* CLOVER KEXSIT



THO I-l/llCH-



GEORGE PARBIT.Y ESQ.








THE REV" THO* HISDE



WILLIAM CHASCE.ESQ.



THE REV E P. HESSLOWE.



A REGISTER OF ARMS,

IN COMPLETION OF GUILLIM, EDMONDSON, AND NISBETT.



ABERCROMBY (Birkenbog, co. Banff,
as borne by SIR ROBERT ABEBCROMBY,
Bart., Chief of the Clan Abercromby.)
Quarterly, 1st and 4th, ABERCROMBY
Arg. a chev. gu. between three boars'
heads couped az. langued of the 2nd; 2nd
and 3rd, OGILVIE, [Sir Robert Aber-
cromby's mother having been the Hon.
Jane Ogilvie, sister and heir of William,
8th Lord Banff;] viz., 1st and 4th Arg.
a lion passant guardant gu. crowned with
an imperial crown; 2nd and 3rd, arg.
three papingoes vert, beaked and mem-
bered gu. for Home of Fast Castle.
Crest, a falcon rising ppr. Supporters,
two greyhounds az collared gu. Motto,
Petit alta. An ancient rhyme, allusive to
the Heraldic bearings, is traditionally re-
corded to have been made by the Scottish
Monarch, when the estate of Birkenbog
was granted to the family ; it runs in
these words:

Gye ye'ill gie me ane Falcon and ane Dogge;
I'se gie to ye the lands of Birkenbogge,
And to make this bargain mair soothe,
This white wax 1 bite with my toothe.

The Lands of Forglen, which the present
Baronet inherits from his mother's family,
the noble house of Banff, were originally
given to the Abbots and Monastery of
Aberborthwick, by William the Lion,
and were held of them by the tenure of
carrying the sacred banner called the
Brickbannah in the Royal Army, and
there are various charters to the different
holders of the estate containing the same
terms.

WHITE (as borne by the Rev. FRANCIS
LE GRIX WHITE, A.M.) Quarterly,
1st and 4th, erm. on a chev. az. between
three wolves' heads erased sa. each gor-
ged with a wreath of vine leaves, or, as
many bezants for WHITE ; 2nd and 3rd,
az. a chev. between three griffins' claws,
or, those in chief facing each other ; being
the arms of Le Grix de Neuville, in Nor-
mandy, ennobled in 1643, for important
military services in the minority of Louis
XIV. Crest, a demi wolf sa. gorged as
in the arms, charged on the shoulder with



three ermine spots two and one, or. IM-
PALING Sandford of Sandford, De Harde-
burgh and Boteler, Banester of Hadnall,
Warde, Douglas and Marr, Fawsyde of
Faw.syde, &c., in right of his wife, the
2nd dau. of the late Sir Daniel Keyte Sand-
ford, D.C.L., M.P., and granddaughter
of the late Right. Rev. Bishop Sandford.

HEXSLOWE (Hants, confirmed by
Dethick, A.D. 1591, and registered in
the Visitation of 1634: several interest-
ing monuments still exist in the
Chancel of Bewhunt Church: one bears
date 1577, and another, to "Thomas
Henslowe, Armiger," 1662. From Tho-
mas Henslowe, recorded in the Visitation,
descended JOHN HEXSLOWE, whose son,
SIR JOBTN HEXSLOWE, many years Chief
Surveyor of the Navy, died" at Sitting-
bourne, in Kent, in 1815, aged 85 ; he
was twice married : by his first marriage
he left an only daughter, who wedded
John Wellington, Esq. ; Sir John's second
wife was Anne, dau. of Edward and Da-
mans Prentis, and by her he had issue
I. John Prentis Henslowe, now living at
St. Albans, father of an only son, the
Rev. J. S. Henslowe, Rector of Hitcham,
Suffolk, Professor of Botany in the Uni-
versity of Cambridge; and II. Edward
P. Hen.slowe, resident at Tottenhill, co.
Norfolk, who has four sons viz., 1st,
Edward Pering Henslowe, Vicar of
Huish Episcopi, cum Langport, co Somer-
set; 2nd, Frederick John Francis Hens-
lowe, Lieut. R.N., residing at Travers
College, Windsor ; 3rd, W. H. Henslowe,
Incumbent of Wormegay, Suffolk; and
4th, F. H. Henslowe, settled at Adelaide,
N. S. W.) Barn- of arg. and az. upon a
cross gu. five lions' heads arg. Crest, a
cockatrice's head erased ppr. beaked,
combed and wattled gu. on the neck a
trefoil arg. Motto, Obsequens non ser-
vilis.

GODDARD (as borne by SAMUEL ASPIN-
WALL GODDARD, Esq., of Edgbaston, near
Birmingham, son of the late Joseph God-
dard, Esq., of Brookline, near Boston,
America, who was third son of John



2



HERALDIC REGISTER.



Goddard, of Brookline, and grandson of
Joseph Goddard, also of Brookline, born in
1655, whose father, William Goddard,
Citizen and Merchant of London, was
second son of Edward Goddard, of Eng-
lesham, Wilts, and brother of Thomas
Goddard, Esq., of Box, ancestor of the
Goddards of Swindon. See " Landed
Gentry") Gu. a chev. vair between three
crescents arg. Crest, a stag's head
affronte'e, couped at the neck gu. attired
or. Motto, Cervus non servus.

ETTRICK (High Barnes, co. Durham,
now repiesented by ANTHONY ETTRICK,
Esq., of that place). Quarterly 1st and
4th, ETTRICK, arg. a lion rampant and a
chief gu. 2nd and3rd,LANGLEY, Quar-
terly 1st and 4th, paly of six arg. and az.
2nd and 3rd arg. a cockatrice Vert. The
quartering of Langley comes to Mr. Et-
trick from the marriage of his great-
grandfather, William Ettrick, Esq., of
High Bnrnes, with Isabella, dau. and
heir of William Langley, Esq., of Elwick,
Norfolk, brother of Sir Eoger Langley,
Bart., of Higham Gobion, co. Bedford.
Crest, A demi lion rampant gu. holding
in the dexter paw a marshal's staff sa.
tipped at each end or.

SPARROW (Red Hill, co. Anglesey:
WILLIAM WYNNE SPARROW, Esq., of
Red Hill, a magistrate and deputy lieut.
for Anglesey, and high sheriff of that
county in 1822, son and heir of the late
John Bodychan Sparrow, Esq., of Red
Hill, high sheriff of Anglesey in 1781, by
Anne, his wife, only child and heir of
Ambrose Lewis, Esq., descends from
John Wynn, who assumed the surname
of Bodychan (the name of his estate) by
the appointment of Henry VII., in com-
pliment to his gallantry on the field of
Bosworth, and who was on the same occa-
sion created sheriff of Anglesey for life.
(See Burke's "Landed Gentry.") The
present Mr. Sparrow has a quartered
coat of arms, and bears an impale-
ment in right of his wife, Frances
Emma, second daughter of Brodychan
Sparrow, Esq., of Great George Street,
U'cstminster, and of Leamington, co.
"Warwick.) Quarterly 1st and 4th,
or three lions ramp. sa. ; 2nd and 3rd,
arg. three hands gu, Impaling arg. three
hands gu. Crest, A sparrow-hawk with
spurs, belted. Motto, Honestas optima
politia.

DAVIS (Hollywood, co. Gloucester, as
borne by Sir JOHN FRANCIS DAVIS, Bart.,
late H.M. Plenipotentiary in China, and
Governor and Commander-in-Chief of
Hong Kong.) Arg. a chev. nebuly, be-
tween three mullets in chief, another in
base pierced sa Cre*t, Two Indian pikes



in saltire ppr., surmounted by a mullet,
pierced, sa, between two wings vair, arg.
and sa. Motto, Utili secernere honestum.

CLAXSON (as borne by the Rev. BENJA-
MIN SAUNDERsCIaxson, D.D., of Eastgate
House and Wotton Lodge, Gloucester.)
Gules, a fess engrailed paly ermine and
or, between two porcupines in chief, and
in base a stag lodged argent, attired and
hoofed of the third. Quarterly with SAUN-
DERS, per cheveron gules and or, in chief
two elephants' heads of the last, in base a
crescent azure. Crest, A mount vert,
thereon a stag lodged, as in the arms, the
dexter forefoot supporting an escutcheon
gules, charged with a porcupine argent.
IMPALING, in right of his wife, Charlotte
Anne, dau. of the lati Sir John Earner,
Kt., Lord Mayor of London Azure, be-
tween two lions passant or, the sceptre or
mace fessways, representing that anciently
borne by the Lord Mayor of the city of
London (the same being crystal, the head
terminating in crosses patee and fleurs de
lis, and the whole richly ornamented with
gold, pearls, and precious stones.) Quar-
terly with RICHARDSON Sable, on a chief
argent, three lions' heads erased of the
field.

BYTHESEA (The Hill, Freshford, co.
Somerset, as borne by SAMUEL WILLIAM
BYTHESEA, Esq., of that place, a descend-
ant of the ancient Wiltshire family of
Bythesea of Week House.) Arg. on a
chev. engr. between three crabs, the claws
towards the dexter, gu. the Roman fasces
erect, surmounting two swords in saltire,
and encircled by a chaplet or. QUARTER-
ING II. CHIVERS, arg. a chev. engr. gu.
III. BROMLEY, quarterly per fesse dan-
cette"e gu. and or. IV. CHITTLETON,
arg. on a chev. gu. five bezants, all within
a bordure engr. of the second. V. CLIF-
TON, arg. on a fess sa between six fleurs de
lis gu. three cross crosslets or. VI.
BROCK, gu. on a chev. arg. three roses
gu. VII. VINOUR, arg. a bend or, on a
chief arg., a saltire engr. gu. between two
Cornish choughs ppr. VIII. LONG, sa. a
lion rampt. between six cross crosslets arg.
all between two flaunches erm. Crest,
An eagle displayed arg., on the breast the
Roman fasces erect, surmounting two
swords in saltire, and encircled by a chap-
let ppr., each wing charged with a cross
crosslet fitchee gu. Motto, Mutare vel
timere sperno. In right of his wife, Mary-
Agnes -Bythesea, younger daughter of the
late Charles Brome, Esq., of Mailing
House, West Mailing, co. Kent, Mr. By-
thesea impales the quartered arms of I.
BROME; II. HODGES; IH. QUILTER; IV.
DENNY; V. SANDFORD.

FISHER (Cossington, co. Leicester, and



HERALDIC REGISTER.



Fields Place, co. Hereford. This family
is of considerable antiquity in Leicester-
shire, and was formerly seated at Burton-
on-the-Woulds in that county. The ear-
liest account derived from old documents
is, that Robert Fisher, the immediate an-
cestor, was a yeoman, and died A.D. 1342.
He lived at Burton- on-tbe-Woulds, at
which village his descendants continued
to reside until the year 1635, when John
Fisher, gent, settled at Cossington, co.
Leicester, in consequence of his having
married, in 1 623, a Miss Hulcock, a co-
heiress, of that village, who possessed
landed property there. This gentleman
purchased property at Cossington in 1635,
since which period his descendants have
resided there; the present proprietor
being ROBERT FISHER, Esq., who suc-
ceeded his father, the Rev John
Fisher, A.M., in the Cossington, Don-
nington-on-the-Hoath, and Barrow-upon-
Soar estates, co. Leicester, 29th July,
1837, and purchased Fields Place, co.
Hereford, in 1830.) Or. a kingfisher
ppr. and in chief two fleurs de lis sa.
QUARTERING II. Hulcock; III. Ward;
IV. Smalley; V. Tebbott; VI. Fisher.
Crest, A kingfisher ppr., with a fleur de
lis sa. on its breast. Motto, Respice finem.

LE HUNT (as borne by PETER BAIN-
BRIGGE LE HUNT, Esq., of Burgh, co.
Lincoln, and Ashbourn, co. Derby, third
eon of Lieut.-Colonel Philip Bainbrigge,
of Ashbourn, and fourth in descent 1'rom
William Bainbrigge, Esq., of Lockington,
co. Leicester. He assumed the surname
of Le Hunt in addition to his patronymic
Bainbrigge, by sign-manual in 1832.)
Quarterly 1st and 4th, az. a bend be-
tween six leopards' faces or. on a can-
ton of the first, a gauntlet of the second
for LE HUNT; 2nd and 3rd, arg. a chev.
embattled between three battle-axes sa.
for BAINBRIGGE. Quartering PARKER,
gu. a chev. between three leopards'
faces or. Crest, On a hill vert a goat
sa, with a collar about the neck, horns
and hoofs arg. Motto, Deus mihi provi-
debit.

FLOWER (as borne by JOHN WICKHAM
FLOWER, Esq., Park Hill, Croydon.)
1st and 4th, FLOWER, Or. two flaunches
vert, in pale three escutcheons of the last,
each charged with a fleur de lis of the
field; 2nd and 3rd, WICKHAM (in right
of his mother, Martha Deene, dau. and
*o-heir of William Wickham, Esq., of
Holland, a descendant of the Wickhams
of Horsington, co. Somerset), argent, two
chevrons sable between three roses gules.
Crest, Issuant from clouds a cubit arm
erect in the hand a rose and a lily, each
slipped proper. Motto, Flores curat Deus.



BOURNE (Stalmine, co. Lancaster
seated at Bourne End in the Fyld, A.D.
1610, and now represented by CORNELIUS
BOURNE, Esq., of Stalmine Hall.) Arg.
a chev. sa. gutte d'eau between in chief
two lions rampt. and in base an heraldic
tiger also ran pt. gu. Crest, an heraldic
tiger sejant or. gutte de sang, resting the
dexter paw on a cross pattee gu.

BOURNE (Hackinsall, co. Lancaster, a
branch of Bourne of Bourne End,now repre-
sented by JAMES BOURNE, Esq., of Heath-
field House, near Liverpool, J.P.) Arg. a
chev. sa. gutte d'eau, between in chief
two lions rampant, and in base an he-
raldic tiger also rampant gu. Impal-
ing in right of his wife, Sarah-Harriet,
dau. of Thoreas Furness Dyson, Esq., of
Willow Hall, co. York the arms of DY-
SON and EDWARDS viz. 1st and 4th,
per pale or. and az. the sun also per
pale sa. and gold; 2nd and 3rd, per
bend sinister erm. and ermines, a lion
rampant or. Crest, an heraldic tiger
sejant or, gutte de sang, resting the dexter
paw on a cross pattee gu. Motto, Semper,
vigilans.

PURCHON (as borne by THOMAS PUR-
CHON, Esq., of York House, Leeds.) Vert
a cheveron ermine between in chief two
fleeces argent banded, and in base a port-
cullis or. a borduro of the last charged
with eight escallops gules. Crest, In
front of a demi-woman habited azure,
mantle gules flowing over the left
shoulder ; in her right hand a palm branch
proper, two anchors in saltire or. Motto,
Prudentia et vigilantia.

SLOPER (Devizes, co. Wilts, as borne
by GEORGE ELGAR SLOPER, Esq., of that
place, son of Robert Sloper, also of
Devizes, by Sarah, his wife, dau. and
heir of Samuel Ridgway, by Sarah, his
wife, dau. and co-heir of George Elgar,
of the county of Kent). Gu. a dove
volant arg. holding in the beak an olive
branch, or. in base a rock ppr. Quarter-
ing, II. RIDGWAY, arg. on a chev.
engr. gu. between three peacocks' heads,
erased az. ducally gorged or. as many
trefoils slipped of the last ; a canton sa.
thereon two wings conjoined of the first ;
and III. ELGAR, gu. a lion rampt, arg.
between two mullets in chief and a cin-
quefoil pierced, in base, or. Crest, A rock
ppr. and volant above, a dove arg. gutt6
de sang, holding in the beak an olive
branch vert. Motto, Pacis.

HANCOCKS (as borne by WILLIAM
HANCOCKS, Esq., of Blakeshall, near
Kidderminster), per cheveron azure and
gules in chief a gnat between two cocks
respecting each other, and in a base a
lion rampant or. Crest, on a mount
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HERALDIC REGISTER.



vert, a cock gules, holding with its dexter
claw an ear of wheat or. Motto, Redeem
time.

TURNER (as borne l>y the Rev. WM.
HENRY TURNER, of Trent Rectory, near
Sherborne, Dorsetshire, son of the Venble.
John Turner, Archdeacon of Taunton,
and Canon Residentiary of Wells, by
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Sir William
Burnaby, Bart., co. Oxford). Ermines, on
cross quarter voided arg. four millrinds
sa. Crest, A lion passant guardant arg.
holding in the dexter foot a millrmd sa.

RUTTER (as borne by THOMAS JOSHUA
RUTTER, of Eardington, county of Salop,
and Valletta, Malta, Esq., Storekeeper
of Her Majesty's Ordnance, at Malta.)
Per cheveron floury counterfleury argent
and sable counterchanged, in chief two
trunks of oak trees sprouting proper,
and in base an Eagle, wings elevated,
argent. Crest, upon the trunk of an oak
tree as in the arms an Eagle, wings ele-
vated, argent, gorged with a collar gemel
sable, and resting the dexter claw upon a
cross pattee of the last. Motto, Melitoe
amor.

HARRIS (as borne by RICHARD HARRIS,
Esq., M. P., of Leicester and Woburn
Square, London.) Azure on a pile be-
tween two cinquefoils, in base argent a
cinquefoil of the field. Crest, A feme
brake proper therefrom rising a dove
reguardant, azure, beaked and membcred
gules, in the beak a trefoil vert. Motto,
Virtute et opera.

CHARLESWORTH (as borne by JOSEPH
CHARLESWORTH, Esq., of Lofthouse
House, Rothwell, co. York). Erm. a
chev. az. fretty or. between in chief two
eagles displayed sa. and in base a mascle
of the second. Crest, A demi eagle sa.
the wings elevated fretty or. in the beak a
mascle of the last.

JARBETT (Elm field House, near Don-
caster, co. York.) Per bend sable and
azure, a lion rampant argent between two
flaunches of the last gutte le larmcs.
Crest, In front of a saltire azure a lion's
head erased argent gutte le larmes.
Motto, Res non verba,

LONGCROFT (as borne by CHARLES
BKARE LONGCROFT, Esq., of Hall Place,
Havant). Per fess nebulae gu. and sa.
a lion rampt. arg between six cross, cross-
lets botonn^e fitcbee in pale or. Crest,
A demi lion rampant arg. holding be-
tween the paws three annulets interlaced
or. and charged on the shoulder with a
saltire gu. Motto, Nunc ut olim. QUAR-
TERINGS II. FRANKLIN, arg. on a bend
az. three dolphins eml>owed, of the field.
III. MOODY, of Garsden, vert, a fess
engr. arg surmounted by another gu. be-



tween three harpies of the second, crined
or. IV. ORAM, lozengy arg. and sa. two
chevrons or.

COLEMAN (as borne by GEORGE LOVICK
COLEMAN, Esq., of Bixley Lodge, Nor-
wich, Sheriff of that city, 1843-4, and
Mayor, 1847-8). Quarterly gules and
sable, a cross patonce between an unicorn's
head erased in the first and fourth quar-
ters, and a rose in the second and third,
argent, the roses barbed and seeded vert.
Crest, A cross patonce giiles, surmounted
by an unicorn's head erased argent,
charged with three roses in chevron also
gules. Motto, Be just and fear not.

GIBSONE (Pentland, Scotland, as borne
by JOHN CHARLES HorE GIBSONE, Esq.,
of Pentland, late Lieut.-Col. 7th Dragoon
Guards). Gules, three keys fessways in
pale, wards downwards, or. Crest, a peli-
can vnlning herself and feeding her young
all proper. Motto, Pandite cselestes porta;.



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