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Content he purchased victory with life,

And nobly careless of his own distress,

He bade his mourning comrades onward press ;

Bade them (the hero victor o'er the man,)

Complete the conquest which his sword began ;

Then proudly smil'd amidst the pangs of death,

While thanks for victory till'd his parting breath."!

Colonel Vassall espoused 10th July, 1795,
Catherine - Brandrith- Backhouse, daughter
of the Rev. D. Evans, D.l). and left issue,
Spencer-Lambert-Hunter, his heir.
Rawdon-John-Popham, captain in the

78th regiment of Highlanders
Honora-Mary-Georgiua, m. to the Rev.

E. P. Henslowe.
Catherina - Spencer - Alicia - Beresford,
m. to the Hon. Thomas Le Marchant
Saumarez, second son of James, Lord
De Saumarez, G.C.B.

t The poetic part is from the pen of Mrs.

Arms — Az. in chief a sun, in base a cha-
lice or, and for honorable augmentation, on
a fesse of the second the breached bastions
of a fortress, above which the words Monte
Video ; on a canton arg. the number "38th"
within a branch of Cyprus, and another of
laurel, the stems united in saltire.

Crests — First, on a mount vert, a breached
fortress, thereon hoisted a flag gules, with
the inscription " Monte Video," in letters
of gold. Second, a ship with masts and
shrouds ppr.

Mottoes — Saepe pro rege, semper pro re-
publica — and Every bullet has its billet.
Seat — Milford, Hants.



BAGOT, THE REV. EGERTON-ARDEN, of Pype Hall, in the county of
Stafford, b. 3rd January, 1777, s. to the estates upon the demise of his father in


This is a branch of the ennobled family of

Sir Walter-Wagstaffe Bagot, LL.D.
representative in parliament successively for
the borough of Newcastle-under-line, the
county of Stafford, and the University of
Oxford, espoused, in 1724, the Lady Bar-
bara Legge, eldest daughter of William,
Earl of Dartmouth, and had (with several
daughters, the eldest of whom, Barbara,
wedded Ralph Sneyd, esq. of Keel,) six
sons, viz.

I. William (Sir), his successor, M. P. for
Staffordshire, who was elevated to the
peerage in 1780, as Baron Bagot, of
Bagot's Bromley, in the county of
n. Charles, who assumed, by act of par-
liament, the surname and arms of
Chester, in pursuance to the will of
his cousin, Sir Charles Bagot Chester,
bart. He m. in 1765, Catherine, dau.
of the Hon. Heneage Legge, a baron
of the. Exchequer, and dying in 1792,
left issue,

1. Charles, b. in 1770.

2. Anthony.

3. William, in holy orders.

4. John, an officer in the army.

5. Henry.

6. Catherine.

7. Louisa.

8. Barbara, m. to John Drummond,

9. Frances, m. to R. G. Braddyl,

10. Anne.

11. Mary, m. to Robert, late Earl
of Liverpool.

12. Elizabeth.

in. Walter, of whom presently,
iv. Richard, who assumed, by sign
manual, the surname and arms of
Howard, upon his marriage with
the Hon. Frances Howard, sister and
heiress of Henry, twelfth Earl of
Suffolk. He d. in 1818, leaving an
only daughter and heiress,

Mary, m. 7th July, 1807, to the
Hon. Colonel Fulk Greville-
Upton, who has assumed the sur-
name and arms of Howard only.
v. Lewis, Lord Bishop of Norwich, in.
in 1771, Mary, daughter of the Hon.
Edward Hay, and d. in 1802.
vi. Thomas d. unmarried.
The third son,

The Rev. Walter Bagot, of Pype Hall,
in the county of Stafford, rector of Blyth-
field and Leigh, b. 2nd November, 1731.
who m. first in 1773, Anne, daughter of
William Swinnerton, esq. and had issue,
Egerton-Arden, his heir.
Walter, d. unmarried, in 1800.
William, m. 28th December, 1820,
Martha, daughter of Thomas Swin-
nerton, esq.
Honora, m. to the Hon. and Rev.

Augustus Legge.
Elizabeth, m. to Joseph Phillimore,

Louisa-Frances, m. to the Rev. Richard
Levett, of Milford Hall, Staffordshire,
and a daughter, Frances-Mary.
Mr. Bagot espoused secondly, Mary, dau.
of — Ward, esq. and had

Hervey, captain R.N. d. in 1816.
Humphrey, killed in India.
Ralph, in holy orders.




Caroline, married in 1828, to Edmund-
Robert Daniell, esq. barrister-at-law.

Charlotte, m. to the Rev. William

Jane-Margaret, m. to Edward-Vaughan

Williams, esq.
Agnes, m. to John Farquhar Eraser,

Mr. Bagot d. in 1806, and was s. by his
eldest son, the present Rev. Egerton-
Arden Bagot, of Pype Hall.

Arms — Erm. two chevrons az.
Crest — Out of a ducal coronet, or, a goat's
head ar. attired or.

Motto — Antiquum obtinens.
Seat—Fyve Hall, Staffordshire


HAY-BALFOUR, DAVID, esq. of Leys, in the county of Perth, and of Randcr-
ston, in Fifeshire, succeeded his father in 1790, and is now male representative of the
noble family of Hay.


The traditional origin of the house of
Hay runs thus :— In the reign of Kenneth
the Third, anno 980, the Danes, who had
invaded Scotland, having prevailed at the
battle of Luncarty, near Perth, were pur-
suing the flying Scots, from the field, when
a countryman and his two sons appeared in
a narrow pass, through which the van-
quished were hurrving, and impeded for a
moment their flight. "What," said the
rustic, " had you rather be slaughtered by
your merciless foes, than die honorably in
the field ; come, rally, rally!" and he headed
the fugitives, brandishing the yoke of his
plough, and crying out,that help was at hand:
the Danes, believing that a fresh army was
falling upon them, fled in confusion, and the
Scots thus recovered the laurel which they
had lost, and freed their country from ser-
vitude. The battle being won, the old man,
afterwards known by the name of Hay, was
brought to the king, who, assembling a par-
liament at Scone, gave to the said Hay and
his sons, as a joint reward for their valour,

so much land on the river Tay, in the dis-
trict of Gowrie, as a falcon from a man's
hand flew over till it settled ; which being
six miles in length, was afterwards called
Errol ; and the king being desirous to ele-
vate Hay and his sons from their humble
rank in life, to the order of nobility, his
majesty assigned them a coat of arms, which
was, argent, three escutcheons, gules, to
intimate that the father and two sons had
been the three fortunate shields of Scot-
land. The stone on which the falcon lighted
is still to be seen in the carse of Gowrie, in
a small village called Hawkstone. So much
for tradition. But the incontrovertible
fact is,

William de Haya, who obtained a grant
of the lands of Errol, from William the
Lion, espoused Juliana, daughter of Ra-
nulph de Soulis, Lord of Liddesdale, and
had issue,

1. William, his heir.

2. Robert, witness to a charter con-
firming the liberties of Durham and
Coldingham Abbeys, in 1204. He
was ancestor of the Tweeddale

William de Haya, who held the office of
king's butler (Pincerna Domini regis) dur-
ing the reigns of Malcolm IV. and Wil-
liam the Lion, died about the year 1170.
and was s. by his elder son,

Sir William de Haya, who obtained from
William the Lion, the manor of Herrol,
now Errol, in Perthshire ; erected into a
barony, for the service of two soldiers, to
which Hugh, Bishop of St. Andrews, is a



witness. He m. Eva de Petenalin, and
thereby acquired the lands of Petenalin ;
which he and his wife, Eva, gave to the
Priory of St. Andrews. Sir William died
towards the close of the twelfth century, and
was a-, by his son,

David de Haya, who wedded Helen,
daughter of Gilbert, Earl of Strathern. and
had two sons, viz.

1. Gilbert, who succeeded his father
at Errol, and was ancestor of the
noble house of Errol, which ended
in heiresses in 1717 ; the youngest
of whom espoused the Earl of Kil-
marnock, and her descendant is now
Earl of Errol (See Burke's Peer-
aye and Baronetage).

2. William.

The second son,

William de Haya, obtained from his
brother Gilbert, in 1235, a grant of two
carucates of land, in Errol, called Leys ;
which grant was afterwards confirmed, in
1451, by William, Earl of Errol, to Edmund
Hay, of Leys, the lineal descendant of this
William. He was s. at his demise, by his

— de Haya, of Leys, father of

Edmund de Haya, of Leys, an eminent
patriot, who distinguished himself in favour
of King Robert I. In 1312 he obtained,
to himself and his son William, a lease,
from the abbot and convent of Scone, of the
lands of Balgarvie. From this Edmund de
Haya, the estate of Leys passed from father
to son, to his great-great-grandson,

Edmund Hay, of Leys, to whom, Wil-
liam, Earl of Errol, granted a charter of
confirmation in 1451. He had issue,

i. Edmund, his heir.

II. Peter, from whom descend the fa-
milies of Kinnoul, Melginch, Pit-
four, Seggieden, &c. (see Hay, of
Pitfour, and Hay, of Seggieden.)

The eldest son and successor,

Edmund Hay, of Leys, had seisine of his
estate in 1496. He had four sons,

Peter, who predeceased his father.

Patrick, successor to his father.

Walter, ) both mentioned in a charter

Thomas, S dated 1496.
Edmund Hay died 31st January, 1497, and
was s. by his second, but eldest surviving

Patrick Hay, of Leys, who m. Eliza-
beth, daughter of John Moncrieff, of Mon-
crieff, and had a son,

Edmund Hay, of Leys, who had a char-
ter, as heir to his father, upon a precept of
clare constat, 18th and 20th March, 1513.
He espoused Elizabeth Durham, and was
*. by his son,

Patrick Hay, of Leys, who left at his
decease an onlj daughter, Margaret, who
renounced, in 1577, her succession to the
lands of Leys, in favour of her cousin, John
Hay. Patrick Hay dying thus, without
male issue, his estate passed, as heir of
tailzie, to his nephew,

George Hay, of Leys, who had an only

John Hay, who succeeded his father in
the lands of Leys, and his uncle Edmund,
in Nether Ley. He married, and left

Peter, his heir.

George, parson of Turriff, living in
The elder son,

Peter Hay, of Leys, had seisine of Over
and Nether Leys, as heir to his father, in
1586. He left an only son and heir,

Peter Hay, of Leys, who had seisine of
the lands of Leys in 1611. He was s. by
his son,

Peter Hays, of Leys. This gentleman
obtained a charter of the lands of Leys, in
1644, upon his marriage. He wedded Joan,
daughter of John Gray, of Ballygerno, and
had issue,

Peter, his heir.

Mary, who m. James Balfour, esq. of
Randerston, and had an only daugh-

Mary Balfour, who became her
father's heir, and marrying her
cousin-german, George Hay, esq.
of Leys, carried the property of
Randerston into that family.

The only son and successor,

Peter Hays, esq. of Leys, married in

1671, Catherine, daughter and heiress of

James Blair, esq., of Newbigging, and had


George, his heir.

James, merchant of Dundee, b. in 1694,
who is named in an instrument of
resignation by David Hay-Balfour,
of Leys, 10th June, 1758. He marri-
ed, and had issue, whose descendants
still reside at Dundee.






Peter Hay, ot Leys, died in 1712, and was
s. by his son,

George Hay-Balfour, esq. b. in 1682,
who wedded his cousin Mary, daughter of
James Balfour, esq. of Randerston, in
Fifeshire, and thus acquired that estate.
By this lady he had issue,

Peter, his heir.



Catherine, b. in 1723, m. to George

Clephan, esq. of Carslogie.
Mary, b. in 1727, to. to Sir Robert Gor-
don, of Gordonstown.
Elizabeth, b. in 1729, to. to — Sinclair,
The son and successor,

Peter Hay, esq. of Leys, b. in 1717,
was served heir to his father in 1752. He
m. in 173!), Elizabeth, daughter of Da\i<l
Scott, esq. of Scottstarvit, by Lucy, daughter
of Sir Robert Gordon, of Gordonston, and
had issue,

t AV,D ' \ successive proprietors.
John, $

Lindsay, b. in 1743, to. to John Dalziel,
esq. of Lingo, and had issue.

Catherine, to. to Henry Butter, esq. of
Pitlochrie, and had issue.

Elizabeth, to. to Peter Stewart, esq. of
Collarnie, and had issue.

Lucy, to. to Patrick Moncrieff, esq. of
Reidie, eldest son of Colonel George
Moncrieff, of Reidie, and had issue.

S3: !***

In co sequence of the death of their
father, previous to their birth, Robert
Hay, merchant, Dundee, cousin ger-
man, became sponsor. They both
died young.

The eldest son,

David Hay Balfour, esq. of Leys and

Randerston, in 1757, was served heir to his

father in the lands of Leys, and to his great

grandfather, James Balfour, of Randerston.

He died without issue, in 17G0, and was *.

by his brother,

John Hay Balfour, esq. of Leys and

Randerston, who espoused in 1777, Cathe-

rine, daughter of Colonel George Moncrieff,
of Reidie, in Fifeshire, and had issue,

David, his heir.

Peter, late a captain of the 18th Dra-

Jane, to. to James Paterson, esq. of
Carpow, and has issue,
Mr. Hay Balfour died in 1790, and was s.
by his elder son, the present David Bal-
four Hay, esq. of Leys and Randerston.

Arms — Quarterly, first and fourth ermine,
three escutcheons, gules, for Hay, of Leys,
second and third or, on a chevron sa. be-
tween two trefoils in chief, and a garb in
base vert, banded of the first, an otter's head
erased, arg. for Balfour, of Randerston.

Crest — A lowland Scots countryman demi -
figure vested grey, waistcoat gu. bonnet
az. and feather ppr. bearing on his right
shoulder an ox yoke ppr. broken at one ex-

Supporters — (Granted as the patent states,
in respect of the great antiquity of the
family). Two Danish soldiers of the tenth
century habited in chain mail, on their head
a helmet or skull cap, and holding in their
exterior hands javelins all ppr. at the top of
each javelin a peunencle gu. and on their
arms a round shield az. bordered and spiked
or, their tunic or undervest of orange colour
reaching to the knee, their mantles vert,
fastened on each shoulder by a round buckle
gold, and half boots or buskins turned
down of a buff colour.

Motto — Primus e stripe, in allusion to this
family being the immediate younger branch
of the noble House of Hay of Errol.

Estates — In Perth and Fifeshire

Seats — Leys and Randerston.



HAY, WILLIAM-EDMUND, esq. b. 31st January, 1805, lieutenant in the
European regiment at Bengal, and major of brigade at Agra, succeeded to the repre-
sentation of this branch of the family of Hay, on the demise of his relative, John Hay,
in 1825.

Edmund Hay, of Leys, to whom William,
Earl of Errol, granted a charter of confir-
mation in 1451, left issue,

1. Edmund, his successor, who carried
on the senior line of the family, (see
Hay of Leys.)

2. Peter.
The second son,

Peter Hay, designed in authentic writs,
" second lawful son of Edmund Hay, of
Leys," lived in the reign of James III. and
was the first baron of Melginch, of the name
of Hay. He married a lady, of what family
is not related, and had two sons, viz. Ed-
mund, his heir; and William, of Lochley,
by the elder of whom,

Sir Edmund Hay, second baron of Mel-
ginch, he was succeeded. This gentleman,
uho acted a conspicuous part in Scotland,
temp. James IV. was father of

Sir Peter Hay, of Melginch, who flou-
rished in the reigns of James V. and Mary.
He wedded Margaret, daughter of Crich-
ton, of Ruthven, and had issue,
i. Peter (Sir), his heir.
ii. James (Sir), of Fingask, whose son,
Sir James Hay, of Pitcorthie, in
the county of Fife, accompanied
King James VI. into England,

and became, subsequently, cele-
brated as the favorite of that
monarch. Sir James was created
a baron of England in 1615, as
Lord Hay, of Sauley ; advanced
in 1618, to the viscounty of Don-
caster, and in 1622, to the Earl-
dom of Carlisle. His lordship
wedded Honora, daughter and
heiress of Edward, Lord Denny,
and dying in 1636, was s. by his
only son,
James Hay, second earl of
Carlisle, at whose decease
s. p. in 1660, the honors
expired. (See Burkes Ex-
tinct Peerage.)

in. Edmund, professor of Scotch law,

at Douay.
iv. Catherine, in. first, to Robert Mon-

cur, of Balumbie, and secondly, to

George Drummond, of Blair.
v. Janet, m. to Sir Patrick Murray, of


The eldest son and successor,

Sir Peter Hay, of Melginch, was in high
esteem with King James VI. He espoused
Margaret, daughter of Sir Patrick Ogilvie,
of Inchmartin, by whom he had three sons,

i. Patrick (Sir), his heir.

ii. George, of Kinfauns, a highly ac-
complished person, who was intro-
duced at court by his uncle, the earl
of Carlisle, and acquired immedi-
ately the full confidence and favor of
King James. He was, subsequently,
nominated clerk register of Scotland,
and in 1622, appointed lord chancel-
lor of that kingdom. Sir George
was advanced to the peerage by King
Charles I. in the titles of Baron Hay,
of Kinfauns, and Viscount Duplin,
with reversion to his heirs general
\\ hatsoever, and created 25th May,
1633, Earl of Kinnoul, with the
same reversionary clause in the



patent His lordship died in 1G34,

and was s. by his eldest surviving son,

George Hay, second earl, whose

grandson, William, fifth earl,

dying unmarried in 1709, the

peerage devolved, according to

the clause of the patent, upon

his kinsman and heir at law,

Thomas Hay, Viscount Duplin.

in. Peter, of Kirkland, whose great


Thomas Hay, Viscount Duplin,
eventually inherited the Earl-
dom of Kinnoul, and was great-
great-grandfather of

Thomas-Robert, present and
tenth earl.
Sir Peter Hay died between the years 1593
and 1598, and was s. by eldest son,

Patrick Hay, esq. of Melginch, who got
a charter of the lands of Pitfour, from
Peter Cochrane, of that place, dated 25th
September, 1593. He married twice ; by his
first wife, he had a son Peter (Sir), his
heir. By the second, a daughter of Cheyne,
of Elsemont, he had another son, Patrick
(Sir), who carried on the line of the family.
The laird of Melginch died prior to the year
1606, and was s. by his eldest son,

Sir Peter Hay, of Melgiuch, who re-
ceived the honor of knighthood from King
Charles I. His male line having failed,
the representation devolved upon his half

Sir Patrick Hay, designed, during his
brother's life time, "of Pitfour." This
gentleman, who was knighted in 1634, es-
poused Helen, daughter of Alexander Lind-
say, of Evelick, bishop of Dunkeld, and
had, with six daughters, two sons, viz.
Patrick, his heir.
William, a captain in the army.
The elder son,

Patrick Hay, esq. of Pitfour, wedded
Elizabeth, daughter of Andrew Gray, of
Balledgerno, and had, with a daughter,
three sons, viz. James, his heir ; Patrick,
provost of Perth, and William ; by the
eldest of whom,

James Hay, esq. of Pitfour, he was suc-
ceeded. This gentleman m. first, Jean,
daughter of Sir Andrew Hay, of Keillor,
and sister to John, twelfth earl of Errol, by
whom he had one son and a daughter, viz.
John, his heir.

Elizabeth, m. to Gordon, of Ward-
He married secondly, Anne, daughter of
Sir George Preston, bart. of Valleyfield,
and relict of Olipiiant, of Gask, by whom
he had another son,

Patrick, who wedded Barbara, third
daughter of John Nairn, esq. of
Sec-ojeden, and became thus pos-

Edward, c both died unmarried#

sessed of that estate. (See family of
Hay, of Seggieden.)
The eldest son,

John Hay, esq. of Pitfour, espoused
Mary Hay, heiress of Ross, and had issue,
James, his heir.

Frances, a major in the service of the
empress of Russia, who died unmar-


Charles, $


Lillias, m. 3rd October, 1736, to John
Hay, esq. of Seggieden.
The laird of Pitfour died in 1743, and was
s. by his eldest son,

James Hay, esq. of Pitfour, who m. Eli-
zabeth, daughter of George Gordon, esq. of
Edinglassie, by the heiress of Balledgerno,
and had, with several daughters, three sons,

John, his heir.

William, who purchased the estate of
Newhall, in Mid-Lothian, which he
afterwards sold. He m. Helen,
daughter of William Gray, esq. of
Balledgerno, by whom he had, with
a daughter, six sons, viz.

I. William, who died unmarried,
n. James, 6. 8th April, 1771, who
purchased the lands of Drum, in
Mid-Lothian ; which afterwards
selling, he bought the estate of
Colliepriest, in Devon, and
served the office of high sheriff
for that county. He wedded,
13th April, 1801, the Lady Mary
Ramsay, third daughter of
George, eighth Earl of Dal-
housie, and d. in 1822, having
had several children, viz.

1. William-Edmund, the pre-
sent male representative of
the family.

2. Elizabeth, d. unmarried.

3. Helen.

4. Mary, m. to John Richard-
son, esq. of Pifour.

5. Anne.

6. Georgina-Christian.

7. Jemima.

8. Catherine.

9. Caroline-Ramsay,
in. John,

iv. Charles, f all died unm.
v. Alexander, J

vi. Philip, who m. Elizabeth,
daughter of Brigadier-general
French, and has two sons.
Charles, who died unmarried.
The eldest son and heir,

John Hay, esq. of Pitfour, m. Agnes,
daughter of Patrick Ogilvie, esq. of Bal-



four, and had, with two daughters, who
both died unmarried, as many sons, viz.
Alexander, his heir, and James, a captain
in the 74th regiment, w r ho died unmarried.
Mr. Hay, who sold the estate of Pitfour to
John Richardson, esq. grandfather of the
present possessor, died 3rd December, 1809,
and was s. by his elder son,

Alexander Hay, esq. a captain in the
Glasgow regiment of foot, who wedded
Elizabeth, daughter of — Allen, esq. and
had, with several daughters, an only son,

John Hay, esq. at whose decease un-

married, 14th April, 1825, the representation
of this branch of the Hay family devolved
on the present William Edward Hay, esq.
(refer to issue of William, of Newhall,
second son of James Hay, of Pitfour, by
Elizabeth Gordon.)

A rms— Arg. three inescutcheons gu. within
a bordure chequez, of the second and first.

Crest — A dexter hand, holding an oxen
yoke, three ears of wheat between the

Motto — Diligentia fit ubertas.

Residence — In India.


HAY, JAMES, esq. of Seggieden, in the county of Perth, b. 5th May, 1771, m.

first, in 1801, Margaret, daughter of John
Richardson, esq. of Pitfour, by whom (who
died 14th March, 1819) he has

James -Richardson, b. 29th December,
1802, a captain in the army, h. p. un-
attached, a deputy-lieutenant, &,c. who
inherited the estate of Aberargie, in
Perthshire, upon the decease of his
mother. He m. 7th February, 1833,
Margaret - Lothian - Douglas, youngest
daughter of the late Lieutenant-Colonel
Thomas Inglis, of the Edinburgh regi-
ment of militia.

John, lieutenant R.N.

Thomas, M.D. of London.

Patrick, lieutenant 42nd native infantry
regiment, Bengal.

William, of Edinburgh.



He espoused, secondly, in 1821, Christina-Craigie, daughter of James Stewart, esq.
of Urrard. The Laird of Seggieden, who is a deputy-lieutenant of Perthshire, and
one of the conveners of the county, was appointed, in 1809, lieutenant-colonel com-
mandant of the eastern batallion of the Royal Perthshire Local Militia.


James Hay, esq. of Pitfour, (eighth of
that house, in a direct male line from Peter
Hay, second son of Edmund Hay of Leys,
living temp. James III.) married first, Jean,
daughter of Sir Andrew Hay, of Keillor,
by whom he had with a daughter, a son,
John, who succeeded at Pitfour. (See
Hay of Pitfour.)
James Hay r , m. secondly, Anne, daughter of
Sir George Preston, hart, of Valleyfield,
and widow of Oliphant of Gask, by whom
he had another son,

Patrick Hay, esq. who espoused Bar-
bara, third daughter of John Nairn, esq. of

Seggieden, by Elizabeth Fowler, his wife.
Barbara Nairn, eventually succeeded her
sister as heiress of Seggieden, and entailed
the property on the only son of her marri-
age, viz.

John Hay, esq. of Seggieden. This gen-
tleman wedded Lillias, youngest daughter
of John Hay, esq. of Pitfour, by Mary, the
heiress of Ross, and had, with several other
children, a son and successor,

James Hay, esq. of Seggieden, b. 17th
May, 1739, who m. 15th August, 1770, Jean,
daughter of the Rev. James Donaldson,
minister of Glammis, and left, at his decease,



23rd March, 1781, an only son and succes-
sor, the present James Hay, esq. of Seggie-

Arms — Quarterly first and fourth, arg.
three inescutcheons gu. within a bordure
chequez of the second and first, for Hay ; and
for difference in the centre of the quarters,
a bull's head couped, gu. second and third
party per pale sa. and arg. on a chaplet four

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