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

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CADOGAN

Earl (George Cadogan), Viscount Chelsea, Baron Cadogan, of Oakley

Arms

Quarterly : Ist and 4th, gu., a lion rampant-regardant, arg. ; 2nd and 3rd, arg., three boars' heads, couped, sa.

Crest

Out of a ducal coronet, or, a dragon's head, vert.

Supporters

Dexter, a lion, regardant, or ; sinister, a dragon, regardant, vert, each gorged with a double tressure, flory-counterflory, gu.

Mottoes

Qui invidet minor est.

CAITHNESS

Earl of (James-Sinclair), and Lord Berriedale, in the peerage of Scotland

Arms

Quarterly : Ist, az., a ship at anchor, sails furled, oars erect, in saltier, or, within a double tressure, counterflowered, of the last, for ORKNEY ; 2nd and 3rd, or, a lion, rampant, gu., for SPAR ; 4th, az., a ship under sail, or, for CAITHNESS ; and over all, a cross, engrailed, dividing the four quarters, sa., for SINCLAIR.

Crest

A cock, ppr.

Supporters

Two griffins, sa., armed and beaked, or.

Mottoes

Commit thy work to God.

CALDER

Sir Henry-Roddam, of Muirtoune

Arms

Or, a hart's head, cabossed, sa., attired, gu.

Crest

A swan swimming in a loch, bordered with flags.

Mottoes

Vigilans non cadet.

CALDWELL

Sir Henry-John, of Castle Caldwell

Arms

Az., three tops of wells, in masonry, or.

Crest

Out of a ducal coronet, a cubit arm, ppr., grasping a cross calvary, gu.

Mottoes

Sepere aude.

CALEDON

Earl of (James Alexander), Viscount Alexander, and Baron Caledon, of Caledon

Arms

Per pale, arg. and sa., a chevron, and in base a crescent, all counterchanged ; on a canton, az., a harp, or.

Crest

An arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., holding a sword, of the last, hilt and pommel, or.

Supporters

Dexter, a mermaid, with her mirror, all ppr. ; sinister, au elephant, arg.

Mottoes

Per mare per terras.

CALL

Sir William-Berkeley, of Whiteford

Arms

Gu., three trumpets, fesseways, in pale, arg.

Crest

A demi-lion, rampant, holding a trumpet in his paw, as in the arms.

Mottoes

Grata manu.

CALTHORPE

Baron Frederick Gough-Calthorpe, of Calthorpe

Arms

Quarterly : Ist and 4th, chequy, or, and az., a fesse, erm., for CALTHORPE ; 2nd and 3rd, gu., on a fesse, between three boars' heads, couped, or, a lion, passant, az., for GOUGH.

Crest

A boar's head, couped at the neck, az., bristled and tusked, or, between two woodmen, with clubs over their shoulders, all ppr.

Supporters

Two woodmen, with clubs over their shouders, wreathed about the temples and loins with laurels, all ppr.

Mottoes

Gradu diverso via una.

CAMBRIDGE

Duke of (Prince George-William-Fredrick-Charles) Earl of Tipperary, and Baron of Culloden

Arms

The royal arms of England, as prior to the present reign, with the necessary label of distinction.

CAMDEN

Marquess (George-Charles Pratt, K.G.), Earl Camden, of Camden Place

Arms

Sa., on a fesse, between three elephants' heads, erased, arg., as many mullets, of the first.

Crest

An elephant's head, erased, arg.

Supporters

Dexter, a griffin, sa., beak and fore-legs, gu. ; sinister, a lion, rampant, or, each gorged with a collar, arg., charged with three mullets, sa.

Mottoes

Judicium parium aut lex terrae.

CAMERON

Sir Duncan, of Fassifern

Arms

Gu., three bars, or ; on a bend, ermine, a sphinx, between two wreaths of laurel, ppr. ; on a chief, embattled, a view of a fortified town, and thereunder the word "Acre".

Crest

Ist, (of honourable augmentation granted to Col. Cameron, 20 May, 1815), a highlander of the 92nd foot, up to the middle in water, grasping in his right hand a broadsword, and in his left, a banner, inscribed "92nd", within a wreath of laurel ; 2nd, out of a mural crown, or, a dexter arm, embowed in armour, the hand grasping a sword, all ppr.

Supporters

On either side, a highlander in the uniform of the 92nd regiment, holding in the exterior hand a musket, all ppr.

Mottoes

Over the crest "Arriverette", the passage of the river Gave, at Arriverette, near Bayonne, in 1813, being one of the exploits of Col. Cameron. Under the arms, "Maya" the pass of Maya, in the same year, being another scene of his military renown.

CAMOYS

Baron (Thomas Stonor), in the peerage of England

Arms

Quarterly : Ist and 4th, az., two bars, dancettée, or ; a chief, arg., for STONOR ; 2nd and 3rd, or, on a chief, gu., three bezants (plates), for CAMOYS.

Crest

On a wreath, or and az., a rock, arg., charged with spots, gu. and az., and a dove, ppr., pecking thereat, with a stone, gu., in its beak.

Supporters

Dexter, a lion, or ; sinister, a lion, sa.

CAMPBELL

Baron (John Campbell), of St Andrews

Arms

Gyronny of eight, or and sa., within a bordure, engrailed, quarterly, or and az., charged with eight buckles counterchanged.

Crest

On a wreath, of the colours, a boar's head erased, gyronny of eight, or and sa.

Supporters

On either side, a lion guardant, gu., that on the dexter gorged with a collar, or, pendent therefrom an escutcheon, az., charged with a saltier, arg. ; and that on the sinister gorged with a wreath of shamrocks, ppr., pendent therefrom an escutcheon, chequy, or and gu.

Mottoes

Audacter et aperto.

CAMPBELL

Sir Louis-Henry-Dugald

Arms

Gyronny of eight, or and sa., within a bordure, gobony, vert and arg., charged with eight ermine spots, of the second.

Crest

A dexter hand, ppr., holding a spear, or.

Supporters

Dexter, a man in complete armour ; sinister, a horse, saddled and bridled, both ppr.

Mottoes

Forget not.

CAMPBELL

Sir James, of Aberuchill

Arms

Quarterly :Ist and 4th, gyronny of eight, or and sa. ; 2nd, arg., a galley, her sails furled, and oars in action sa. ; 3rd, a fesse, chequy, az. and arg.

Crest

A lion, guardant, holding in his dexter paw a sword, and in his sinister a laurel crown.

Supporters

Two blood-hounds, rampant-guardant, arg., collared and leashed, gu.

Mottoes

Victoriam coronat Christus.

CAMPBELL

Sir John-William, of Ardnamurchan

Arms

Quarterly : Ist, or, a stag's head, cabossed, sa., attired, gu. ; 2nd, arg., a galley, her sails furled, and oars in action, sa. ; 3rd, gyronny of eight, or and sa. ; 4th, a fesse, chequy, az. and arg.

Crest

A swan.

Mottoes

Be mindful.

CAMPBELL

Hume-Campbell, Sir Hugh

Arms

Quarterly : first grand quarter, Ist and 4th, vert, a lion, rampant, arg. ; 2nd and 3rd, arg., three popinjays, vert : second grand quarter, gyronny of eight, or and sa., witthin a bordure, gu., charged with eight escallops, of the first, a canton, gyronny of eight of the third and erm. ; third grand quarter, az., on a fesse, between three mascles, arg., as many cinquefoils, of the first ; fourth grand quarter, quarterly, Ist and 4th, three piles, engrailed, az. ; 2nd and 3rd, arg., a cross engrailed, az., over all in surtout, an inescocheon, arg., charged with an orange, slipped, and imperially crowned, all ppr.

Crest

A dexter arm, issuing from a heart, and grasping a cimeter, all ppr.

Supporters

Two lions, rampant-regardant, arg.

Mottoes

Over the Crest, "True to the end", under the arms, "Fides probata coronat".

CAMPBELL

Sir Archibald-Islay

Arms

Quarterly : Ist and 4th, for CAMPBELL, gyronny of eight, invecked, or and sa. ; 2nd and 3rd, for WALLACE of Ellerslie, az., a lion, rampant, arg. within a bordure, compony, arg. and az.

Crest

A camel's head, couped, ppr.

Supporters

Dexter, a lion rampant-regardant, ppr. ; sinister, a savage, ppr., wreathed about the temples and loins, vert.

Mottoes

Labore et perseverantia.

CAMPBELL

Cockburn-Campbell, Sir Alexander-Thomas, of Gartsford, in Rosshire

Arms

Quarterly : Ist and 4th, gyronny of eight, or and sa. ; 2nd, arg., a lymphad, or ancient galley, sa. ; 3rd, or, a fesse, chequy, arg. and az., over all, a chief, arg., charged with a rock, ppr., subscribed "GIBRALTAR", between two medals for Seringapatam and Talavera, for CAMPBELL ; 2nd and 3rd, quarterly, Ist and 4th arg., an ostrich feather ensigned with an imperial crown, ppr., between three cocks, two and one, gu. ; 2nd and 3rd, gu., six mascles, three, two, and one, or, for COCKBURN.

Crest

CAMPBELL : a cubit arm, erect, the hand grasping a cimeter, ppr. ; over it the motto, "Without fear". COCKBURN : a cock, ppr. ; over the motto, "Vigilans et audax".

CAMPBELL

Sir Edward-Fitzgerald, Baronet

Arms

Quarterly : Ist and 4th, gyronny of eight, or and sa.: 2nd and 3rd, arg., a lymphad, sa., with a flag and pennants flying, gu. ; all within a bordure, embattled, erm.

Crest

A boar's head, couped, or.

Mottoes

Follow me.

CAMPBELL

Sir Archibald-Ava

Arms

Quarterly : Ist and 4th, gyronny of eight, or and sa. ; 2nd, arg., a lymphad, sa. ; 3rd, or, a fesse chequy, arg. and az., in the centre point of the whole a heart, gules, ensigned with the ancient crown of Scotland, or ; on a chief of honourable augmentation, granted pursuant to a royal warrant, arg., a mount, vert, inscribod "AVA", in letters of gold, thereon a Burmese stockade, proper, between a representation of the gold cross and clasp conferred on him for his services during the Peninsular war ; on the dexter, pendent from a ribbon, gules, fimbriated, az. ; and the sinister, pendent from a ribbon, azure, the badge of the Portuguese order of the Tower and Sword.

Crest

Ist, on a mount, vert, a Burmese warrior on horse-back, armed and accoutred, proper ; 2nd, out an Eastern crown, or, a demi-lion, issuant, proper, supporting with the dexter paw a crowned heart, as in the arms.

Supporters

Dexter, an heraldic tiger ; sinister, a stag, all ppr.

Mottoes

Perseverantia victor.

CAMPBELL

Sir John-Nicholl-Robert

Arms

Quarterly : Ist and 4th, gyronny of eight, or and sa., a canton, azure, charged with a bear's head, arg., muzzled, gules ; 2nd and 3rd, arg., a galley, sa., sails unfurled, oars in action.

Crest

Ist, a boar's head, erased, ppr. ; 2nd, an Eastern crown.

Mottoes

Ne obliviscaris.

CAMPBELL

Sir Alexander

Arms

Quarterly : Ist and 4th, gyronny of eight, or and sa., for CAMPBELL ; 2nd, arg., a galley, sa., sails unfurled, oars in action, for LORN ; 3rd, or, a fesse, chequy arg. and az.

Crest

A man in full highland garb, holding in his dexter hand a broadsword, and on his sinister arm ashield, ppr.

Supporters

Dexter, an heraldic tiger ; sinister, a stag, all ppr.

Mottoes

Paratus sum.

CAMPBELL

Sir Angus, of Dunstaffnage

Arms

Quarterly : Ist, az., a castle of three towers, arg., masoned, sa., standing on a rock, ppr., doors and windows, gu., on the top of the middle tower a cock, and on each of the others an eagle, or ; 2nd, gyronny of eight, or and sa. ; 3rd, or, a fesse, chequy az. and arg. ; 4th, gu., a boar's head cabossed, or, between a crescent and spur-rowel in fesse, arg.

Crest

An anchor, in pale, entwined by a rope, all az.

Mottoes

Vigilando.

CAMPERDOWN

Earl of (Robert-Dundas Duncan-Haldane, K.T.), Viscount Duncan, of Camperdown, and Baron Duncan, of Lundie

Arms

Gu., a representation of the gold medal conferred upon the Ist Viscount by GEORGE III, for the victory off Camperdown, ensigned with a naval crown, and subscribed "CAMPERDOWN", between two roses in chief, and a bugle-horn in base, arg., strung and garnished, az.

Crest

A dismasted ship, ppr.

Supporters

Dexter, a female figure, crowned with a celestial crown, a scarf across her garments, resting her exterior hand upon an anchor, the other holding a palm branch ; sinister, a sailor, holding in his exterior hand the union-flag, with the tricoloured flag wrapped round the staff.

Mottoes

Above the crest, "Disce pati" ; under the shield, "Secundis dubiisque rectus".

CANNING

Earl (Charles-John Canning), and Viscount Canning, of Kilbrahan

Arms

Quarterly : Ist and 4th, arg., three Moors' heads, couped in profile, ppr., wreathed round the temples, arg. and az. ; 2nd, gu., three spear-heads, palewise, in fesse, arg. ; 3rd, gu., a goat, salient, or.

Crest

A demi-lion, rampant, arg., charged with three trefoils, vert, holding in the dexter paw an arow, pheoned and flighted, ppr., shaft, or.

Supporters

Dexter, a lion, arg., charged on the shoulder with three trefoils, slipped, vert, and holding in the sinister fore-paw an arrow, point downwards ; sinister, a cormorant, holding in its beak, a branch of laver, all ppr.

Mottoes

Ne cede malis sed contra.

CANTERBURY

Viscount (Charles-John Manners-Sutton), of the city of Canterbury, and Baron Bottesford, of Bottesford

Arms

Quarterly : Ist and 4th, arg., a canton, sa., for SUTTON ; 2nd and 3rd, or, two bars, az., a chief, quarterly, az. and gu., the Ist and 4th charged with two fleur-de-lis, or, the 2nd and 3rd charged with a lion, passant-guardant, or, for MANNERS.

Crest

On a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a peacock, in pride, ppr.

Supporters

On either side an unicorn, arg., armed, maned, tufled, and unguled, or ; around the neck of the dexter, a chain of the last, therefrom pendent an escocheon, az., charged with a mace erect, of the second ; around the neck of the sinister, a like chain, therefrom pendent an escocheon, also az., charged with an archiepiscopal mitre.

Mottoes

Pour y parvenir.

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