Genealogical and Heraldic DICTIONARY of the British Empire by Sir Bernard BURKE

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ANSTRUTHER

Carmichael-Anstruther, Sir Wyndham

Arms

Quarterly : first and fourth, ar., three piles, issuing from the chief, sa., for ANSTRUTHER. Second and third, a fesse, wreathy, az. and gu., for CARMICHAEL.

Crest

Anstruther, two arms, in armour, holding in the gauntlets a battle-axe, all ppr. Carmichael, an armed arm, erect, holding a broken spear, ppr.

Supporters

Two falcons, with wings expanded, ppr., armed, gu., jessed and belled, or.

Mottoes

Anstruther, "Periissem ni periissem" ; Carmichael, "Toujours prest".

ANSTRUTHER

Sir Ralph-Abercrombie of Balcaskie

Arms

Ar., three piles issuig from the chief, sa., quartering Erskine, Hamilton, Powell, and Lloyd.

Crest

Two arms, in armour, holding in the gauntlets a battle-axe, all ppr.

Mottoes

Periissem ni periissem.

ANTRIM

Earl of (Mark M'Donnel), and Viscount Dunluce

Arms

Quarterly : first and fourth, Quarterly : first, or, a lion, rampant, gu. ; second, or, a dexter arm, couped in fesse, holding a cross-crosslet, fitchée, az. ; third, arg., a lymphad or galley, sa., with her oars saltierways ; fourth, per fesse, az. and vert, a dolphin, naiant, ppr. ; second and third, quart, first and fourth, az. a sun in splendour, or ; second gu., on a chevron arg., three mullets of the field ; third, vert, on a chevron between three unicorn's heads, arg., as many mullets, sa.

Crest

First, a dexter arm, habited, couped at the shoulder, embowed fessways, holding in the hand a cross-crosslet, fitchée, az. ; second, a sun in splendour, or.

Supporters

Dexter, a savage, wreathed about the temples and loins with ivy, all ppr. ; sinister, a falcon, wings inverted, ppr., beaked, membered, and belled, or.

Mottoes

Sero, sed serio.

ANTROBUS

Sir Edmund, of Antrobus

Arms

Lozengy, or, and az., on a pale, gu., three estoiles, of the firts.

Crest

On a wreath of the colours, issuing out of rays, ppr., an unicorn's head, couped, arg., horned and maned, or, gorged with a wreath of laurel, vert.

Supporters

Two horses, ppr., being the supporters of the extinct Lors Rutherford, wich wero granted to the first Sir Edward Antrobus, upon purchasing the barony and estate of RUTHEFORD.

Mottoes

Dei memor, gratus amicis.

ARBUTHNOT

Sir Robert-Keith, of Edinburrgh

Arms

Az., a crescent, between three mullets, two and one, arg., the whole within a bordure, or, charged with three boards' head, couped, gu.

Crest

A peacock's head, ppr.

Supporters

Dexter, a wyvern, vert ; sinister, a greyhound, arg., collar and line reflexed over the back, gu.

Mottoes

Innocent and true.

ARBUTHNOTT

Viscount (John Arbuthnott) and Baron Inverbervie

Arms

Az., a crescent, between three stars, arg.

Crest

A peacock's head, couped, ppr.

Supporters

Two wyverns, vert, spouting fire.

Mottoes

Laus Deo.

ARDEN

Baron - see Egmont

ARGYLL

Duke, Marquess, and Earl of (George Douglas Campbelle, K.T.)

Arms

Quarterly : first and fourth, gyronny of eight, or and sa., for CAMPBELL. Second and third, argent, a galley or lymphad, sa., sails furled up, flag and pennants flying gu., for the lordship of LORN. Behind the arms, two honourable badges in saltier, namely, firts, a baton, gu., semée of thistles, or, ensigned with imperial crowns, ppr., thereon the crest of Scotland. The other badge, a sword, ppr., hilt and pommel, or. These badges are borne as hereditary great master of the household, and justice-general of Argyllshire.

Crest

A boar's head, fessewise, couped, or ; and above, the words "Ne obliviscaris".

Supporters

Two lions, guardant, gu.

Mottoes

Vix ea nostra voco.

ARMSTRONG OF GALLEN

Sir Andrew

Arms

Quarterly : Ist and 4th, arg., issuing from the sinister side, a dexter arm, habited, gu., the hand grasping the trunk of an oak tree, eradicated, and broken at the top, ppr. ; 2nd and 3rd, arg., three pallets, az.

Crest

An armed arm, embowed, the hand grasping the broken trunk of an oak tree, eradicated, all ppr.

Mottoes

Invictus manes.

ARMYTAGE

Sir George, Bart. of Kirkless

Arms

Gu., a lion's head, erased, between three cross-crosslets, argent.

Crest

A dexter arm, embowed, couped at the shoulder, habited, or, the cuff argent, holding in the hand, ppr., a staff, gu., headed and pointed, or.

Mottoes

Semper paratus.

ARRAN

Earl of (Philip-Yorke Gore),Viscount Sudley of Castle Gore, Baron Saunders of Deeps

Arms

Gu., a fesse, between three cross-crosslets, fitchée, or.

Crest

A wolf, rampant, ar., collared, gu.

Supporters

Two horses, ar.

Mottoes

In hoc signo vinces.

ARTHUR

Sir Frederick-Leopold

Arms

Or, on a chevron, az., between two clarions, in chief, gu., and a kangaroo, sejant, in base, ppr., two swords, the points upwards, also ppr., points and hilts, of the first ; on a chief, of the third, a horse, courant, arg.

Crest

In front of two swords, in saltier, ppr., pommels and hilts, or, a pelican in her piety, sa., the nest, or.

Mottoes

Stet fortuna domûs.

ARUNDELL OF WARDOUR

Baron (Henry-Benedict Arundell)

Arms

Sa., six swallows, three, two, and one, ar.

Crest

A wolf, passant, ar.

Supporters

Dexter; a lion, guardant, erminois, ducally crowned, or : sinister, an owl, ar., wings disclosed, or, crowned as the dexter.

Mottoes

Deo data.

ASHBROOK

Viscount (Henry Flower), and Baron of castle Durrow

Arms

Ar., on a chevron voided, sa., between three ravens, ppr. each holding in the beak an ermine spot, as many pellets.

Crest

A raven, as in the arms.

Supporters

Two tigers, regardant, ppr., ducally gorged and chained, or.

Mottoes

Mens conscia recti.

ASHBURNHAM

Earl of (Bertram Ashburnham), viscoint St Asaph, and Baron Ashburnham

Arms

Gu., a fesse, between six mullets, argent.

Crest

Out of a ducal coronet, or, an ash-tree, ppr.

Supporters

Two greyhounds, sa., collared and chained, or.

Mottoes

Le roy et l'estat.

ASHBURNHAM

Sir Anchitel, Bart., of Broomham

Arms

Gu., a fesse, between six mullets, argent.

Crest

Out of a ducal coronet, or, an ash-tree, ppr.

Mottoes

Will God, and I shall.

ASHBURTON

Baron (William-Bingham Baring)

Arms

Az., a fesse, or, in chief a bear's head, ppr., muzzled and ringed, or.

Crest

A mullet, erminois, between two wings, ar.

Supporters

On either side a bear, ppr., muzzled, collared and chained, or, each charged on the shoulder with a cross-patée fitchée, of the last.

Mottoes

Virtus in arduis.

ASHTOWN

Baron (Frederick-Mason Trench), of Moate

Arms

Ar., a lion, passant, gu., between three fleur-de-lis, az. : on a chief of the last, a sun in splendour, or.

Crest

A dexter arm in armour, embowed, the hand grasping a sword, all, ppr.

Supporters

Dexter, a lion, gu., ducally crowned, and powdered with fleur-de-lis, or ; sinister, a stag, ppr. armed and hoofed, ducally gorped and lined, or.

Mottoes

Virtutis fortuna comes.

ASTLEY

Sir Francis-Dugdale, Bart. of Everleigh

Arms

Az., a cinquefoil, pierced, erm.

Crest

On a cap of maintenance, a plume of seven ostrich feathers, gu.

Mottoes

Fide sed cui vide.

ATHOLE

Duke, Marquess, and Earl of (George-Augustus-Frederick-John Murray)

Arms

Ist; Az., three mullets, arg., within a double tressure, flory-counter-floty, or, for MURRAY ; 2nd, Or, a fesse chequy, arg. and az., for STUARD ; 3rg, Paly of six, or and sa., for STRABOLGIE, Earl of Athole ; 4th, arg., on a bend az., three buck's heads, cabossed, or, for STANLEY ; 5th, Gu., three legs in armour, ppr., garnished and spurred, or, conioined in triangle at the upper part of the thigh, for the Isle of Man, as lord thereof ; 6th, Gu., two lions, passant, in pale, arg., for STRANGE.

Crest

A demi-savage, ppr., wreathed about the head and waist, vert, holding in his right hand a dagger, also ppr., pommel and hilt, or and in his left, a key, of the last.

Supporters

Dexter, a lion, gu., gorged with a plain collar, az., thereon three mullets, arg. ; sinister, a savage, ppr., wreathed about the head and waist, vert, his feet in fetters of iron, the chain over his rigth arm, also ppr.

Mottoes

Furth fortune and fill the fetters.

AUCKLAND

Baron (Robert-John Eden, D.D.), of West Auckland

Arms

Gules, on a chevron, arg., between three garbs, or, as many escallops, sa.

Crest

An arm in armour, emb. ppr., holding a garb, or.

Supporters

Two horses, argent ; the dexter guardant, charged on the shoulder with a fleur-de-lis, or ; the sinister charged on the shoulder with a castle, or.

Mottoes

Si sit prudentia.

AUDLEY

Baron (George-Edward Thicknesse-Touchet) of Heleigh Castle

Arms

Quarterly : Ist and 4th, erm., a chevron gu., for TOUCHET ; 2nd and 3rd, gu., a fret, or for AUDLEY.

Crest

Out of a ducal coronet, or, a swan rising, arg., ducally crowned, of the first.

Supporters

Two wyverns, wings expanded, sa.

Mottoes

Je le tiens.

AVELAND

Baron (Gilbert-John Heathcote), of Aveland

Arms

Quarterly : Ist and 4th, erm., three pomeis, each charged with a cross, or ; 2nd and 3rd, az., a saltire, engrailed, erm.

Crest

On a mural crown, az., a pomeis, as the arms, between two wings, displayed, erm.

Supporters

On either side, a horse, sa., ducally gorged, and charged on the shoulder with a horse-shoes, or.

Mottoes

Habere et dispertire.

AVONMORE

Viscount (Barry-John Yelverton), and Baron Yelverton, of Avonmore

Arms

Arg., three lions, rampant, gu., a chief of the last.

Crest

A lion, passant-regardant, gu.

Supporters

Two lions, regardant, gu.

Mottoes

Renascentur.

AYLESFORD

Earl of (Heneage Finch), and Baron of Guernsey

Arms

Arg., a chevron, between three griffins, passant, sa.

Crest

A griffin, passant, sa.

Supporters

Dexter, a griffin, sa., ducally gorged, or ; sinister, a lion, or, ducally, sa.

Mottoes

Aperto vivere voto.

AYLMER

Lord (Udolphus Aylmer), Baron of Balrath

Arms

Quarterly : Ist and 4th, arg., a bend, sa., in chief, a gard, gu. ; 2nd and 3rd, arg., a cross, sa., between four Cornish choughs, ppr.

Crest

Ist, out of a ducal coronet, or, a garb, gu. ; 2nd out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-chough, rising, ppr.

Supporters

Two sailors, affronté, ppr., habited, az., the dexter holding a cross-staff ; the sinister, a lead-line, ppr.

Mottoes

Steady.

AYLMER

Sir Gerald-George, of Douadea Castle

Arms

Arg., a cross, sa., between four Cornish choughs, ppr.

Crest

A Cornish chough, rising out of a ducal coronet, all, ppr.

Mottoes

Hallelujah.

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