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Differences

Baton Sinister

Baton Sinister. A baton that is from left to right. Usually denotes illegitimacy.

Henry Fitzroy 1st Duke Grafton 1663 1690.  the whole debruised by a baton sinister compony of six pieces argent and azure.

Charles Don Carlo Fitzcharles 1st Earl Plymouth 1657 1680.  overall a baton sinister vair.

James Scott 1st Duke Monmouth 1st Duke Buccleuch 1649 1685.  differenced with a baton sinister argent overall an inescutcheon of pretence of .

Charles Fitzroy 1st Duke Southampton 2nd Duke Cleveland 1662 1730.  overall a baton sinister ermine.

Bordure

Dunbar. Gules a lion rampant argent on a bordure of the same eight roses of the field. Source.

Killigrew. Argent, an eagle displayed with two heads sable a bordure of the second bezantée. The bezantée bordure indicates a connection to the ancient Earls of Cornwall. Source.

Bordure Argent

Holland. , a bordure argent. Source.

Thomas Holland 2nd Earl Kent 1350 1397. , a bordure argent. Source.

Thomas of Woodstock Plantagenet 1st Duke Albemarle aka Aumale 1st Duke Gloucester 1355 1397. , a bordure argent. Source.

Bordure Azure

Burnell. Argent, a lion rampant sable, a bordure azure. Source.

Marquess Zetland.  within a double tressure flory counterflory gules, all within a bordure azure. Source.

Bordure Gules

Valois.  a bordure gules. Source.

Ponthieu. Azure, three bends or a bordure gules.

John Stewart of Darnley 1st Count Évreux 1380 1429.  within a bordure gules charged with eight buckles or. Awarded in 1427 by King Charles VII of France. Source.

Bordure Compony

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

Beaufort.  a bordure compony. Source.

Bordure Engrailed

Parr. Argent, two bars azure a bordure engrailed sable. Source.

Talbot. Gules, a lion rampant within a bordure engrailed or. Source.

Beresford. Argent, crusilly fitchée sable, three fleurs-de-lis within a bordure engrailed of the second.

Heveningham. Quarterly or and gules on a bordure engrailed sable eight escallops argent. Source.

Esme Stewart 1st Duke Lennox 1542 1583. Quartered 1&4 , 2&3  a Bordure Engrailed gules for difference, overall an inescutcheon of  the heiress of whom was Elizabeth Lennox Count Évreux 1370-1429 wife of John Stewart of Darnley 1st Count Évreux 1380-1429. Source.

On 10 Jul 1759 Catherine Blount Freeman 1737-1759 (22) died of a malignant fever. She was buried at St Andrew's Church Wimpole. Armorial  differencede with a crescent to indicate son of the current holder; her husband Charles Yorke 1722-1770 (36) with an inescutcheon of Freeman Arms quartered with unknown arms two lions passant guardant with a bordure engrailed.
Stylised sarcophagus in white veined marble, bearing a white inscription panel; above is an urn in brown marble against a grey background standing on a base of three steps around which are grouped three putti: two garlanding the urn while the third stands by in dejection with reversed torch; in front of the steps is a portrait medallion and at the base of the sarcophagus is an achievement of arms; signed 'JAMES STUART (46), INVT. PR. SCHEEMAKERS (68), SCULP. MDCCLXI'.

Label

Label Three Points

York.  a label three points argent on each point three torteau. Source.

Babington. Argent, ten torteau in chief a label three points azure. Source.

Hugh Courtenay 9th Earl Devon 1276 1340. , a label three points azure. Source.

John of Gaunt 1st Duke Lancaster 1340 1399.  a label three points ermine. Source.

Lionel Plantagenet 1st Duke Clarence 1338 1368.  a label three points argent canton gules. Source.

Thomas of Brotherton 1st Earl Norfolk 1300 1338.  a label three points argent. Source.

Alastair Windsor 2nd Duke Connaught and Strathearn 1914 1943. Quartered 1&4  differenced with a label three points 2&3 .

Henry Plantagenet 3rd Earl of Leicester 3rd Earl Lancaster 1281 1345.  a label three points azure France of three points. Source.

Label Five Points

Seventh Crusade

After 1262. St Mary's Church Boyton. Monument to Alexander Giffard -1262. Believed to represent Alexander Giffard; possibly his father Hugh Giffard 1195-1246. Early Medieval Period effigy. Alexander fought on the Seventh Crusade and may possibly have died at the Battle of Mansoura in 1250. The effigy notable for the Otter at his feet, biting his sword, and for the  on the shield with a label five points indicating the son, possibly grandson, of the current owner of the arms. Right Leg over Left.