Twenty Trees




Booth. Argent, three boar's heads erect sable. Source.

Tennant. Argent, two crescents in fess sable on a chief gules a boar's head couped of the first. Source.

Earl Cadogan. Quarterly: 1&4  2&3 argent, three boar's heads couped sable. Source.


Legge. Azure a stag's head caboshed argent. Source.

Greene. Azure, three bucks or. Source.

Parker. Sable, a stag's head cabossed between two flaunches argent. Source.

Buck's Head

Duff. Vert, a fess dancetté ermine, between a buck's head caboshed in chief and two escallops in base or.

three buck's heads

Roper. Per fess azure and or, a pale counter-changed and three buck's heads erased of the second. Source.

Stanley. Argent, a bend azure three buck's heads caboshed or. Source.

Ferneley. Or, on a bend vert three buck's heads caboshed argent.

Cavendish. Sable, three buck's heads caboshed argent. Source.


Ashley. Argent three bulls passant sable, armed and unguled or.

Boleyn. Argent, a chevron gules between three bull's heads afrontée. Source.



Palmer. Or, two bars gules each charged with three trefoils of the first in chief a greyhound currant sable. Source.

Talbot's Heads

Duncombe. Per chevron engrailed gules and argent, three talbot's heads erased counterchanged. Source.


Blennerhassett. Gules, a chevron ermine, between three dolphins naiant embowed argent. Source.


Elephants Heads

On 14 Jan 1725 John Anstis, Garter King at Arms, by order of King George I granted by patent to Sir Andrew Fountaine 1676-1753 (49), Knt then vice-chamberlain to the Princess of Wales, and tutor to his highness Prince William, for whom he was installed (as proxy) knight of the honourable Order of the Bath, supporters to his arms, viz on either side a lion gules with wings erected or, with the old family motto of, Vix Ea Nostra Voco, and the ancient arms of Fountaine, or, a fess gules between three elephants heads erased sable.


Kitson. Sable three fishes hauriant in fess argent a chief or. Source.


Fox. Ermine, on a chevron azure three fox's heads and necks erased or on a canton of the second a fleur de lys of the third. The canton is an augmentation of honour to his paternal arms, granted out of the Royal Arms as a mark of esteem to him and his heirs forever, by King Charles II following the Restoration of the Monarchy. Source.

Around 1642. William Dobson Painter 1611-1646 (30). Portrait of the future Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685 (11).

Before 1691. John Riley Painter 1646-1691. Portrait of Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685.

Around 1665 John Greenhill Painter 1644-1676 (21). Portrait of Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685 (34) in his Garter Robes.

Around 1661 John Michael Wright Painter 1617-1694 (43). Portrait of Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685 (30) in his coronation robes.

Before 11 Jul 1671 Adriaen Hanneman Painter 1603-1671. Portrait of Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685.


Hood. Sable, on a fess argent between three leopards passant guardant or spotted of the field as many escallops gules. Source.

Leopard's Faces

Three Leopard's Faces

Newport. Argent, a chevron gules between three leopard's faces sable. Source.

Clement. Argent, two bendlets wavy sable on a chief gules three leopard's faces or a bordure compony or and azure. Source.

Pulteney. Argent, a fess dancetté gules in chief three leopard's faces sable. Source.

Cantilupe. Azure three leopard's faces jessant-de-lys or.

Wentworth. Sable, a chevron or three leopard's faces or. Source.

De La Pole. Azure, a fess between three leopard's faces or.

On 10 Mar 1774 William Browne Physician 1692-1774 (82) died. Church of St Mary Hillington. Large mural marble tablet with plain open pilasters open pediment and relief rondal. Inscribed Sir W B Archit. Roundel sculpted by Joseph Wilton Sculptor 1722-1822 (51). Armorial quartered 1&4 Unknown three leopard's faces jessant de lys 2&3 appears to be  includes an escutcheon for his wife Mary Greene 1699–1763.


Tails Queues

double queued

Double Queued. Having two tails.

Lygon. Argent, two lions passant double queued gules.

Burghesh. Gules, a lion rampant or, double queued or.

Chaucer Modern. Argent, a chief gules overall a lion rampant double queued or.

Earl Roseberry. Quarterly, 1&4 vert, three primroses within a double tressure flory counter-flory or (for Primrose); 2&3 argent, a lion rampant double queued sable (for Cressy). Source.

tail nowed

Tail Nowed. Knotted; depicted interlaced in a knot.

Drake of Ash. Argent, a wyvern wings displayed and tail nowed gules. Source.


Denison. Ermine, a bend azure cotised sable between a unicorn's head erased in chief and a cross crosslet fitchy in base gules. Source.


Drake of Ash. Argent, a wyvern wings displayed and tail nowed gules. Source.

wings conjoined in lure

Wings conjoined in lure. Wings pointed downwards like those used in falconry as a lure.

Seymour. Gules two wings conjoined in lure.

Wingfield. Argent, a bend gules three wings conjoined in lure of the field. Source.