Differences is in Terms.

Baton Sinister

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

James Scott 1st Duke Monmouth 1st Duke Buccleuch 1649 1685. James I King England and Ireland VI King Scotland 1566 1625 Arms differenced with a baton sinister argent overall an inescutcheon of pretence of Scott Arms.

Charles Don Carlo Fitzcharles 1st Earl Plymouth 1657 1680. James I King England and Ireland VI King Scotland 1566 1625 Arms overall a baton sinister vair.

Charles Fitzroy 1st Duke Southampton 2nd Duke Cleveland 1662 1730. James I King England and Ireland VI King Scotland 1566 1625 Arms overall a baton sinister ermine.

Henry Fitzroy 1st Duke Grafton 1663 1690. James I King England and Ireland VI King Scotland 1566 1625 Arms the whole debruised by a baton sinister compony of six pieces argent and azure.


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

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

Holland. Plantagenet Arms, a bordure argent. Source.

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

Bordure Azure

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

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

Bordure Gules

Valois. France Ancient Arms a bordure gules. Source.

Ponthieu. Azure, three bends or a bordure gules.

John Stewart of Darnley 1st Count Évreux 1380 1429. Capet Arms 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. England Edward III Arms a bordure compony. Source.

Richard Neville 5th Earl Salisbury 1400 1460. Neville Arms with a label compony of Beaufort for difference, to signify his junior status as a son of his father's second marriage to Joan Beaufort, a legitimised daughter of John of Gaunt. Source.

Bordure Engrailed

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 Yorke Arms 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'.

In 1756 Thomas Hudson Painter 1701-1779. Portrait of Charles Yorke 1722-1770.

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

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

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

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

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