Heraldry, Armorials, Gerulfing to Grosvenor

Gerulfing to Grosvenor is in Armorials.

Heraldry, Armorials, Gerulfing to Grosvenor, Germany

Heraldry, Armorials, Gerulfing to Grosvenor, Germany, Hohenstaufen Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Gerulfing to Grosvenor, Germany, Palatinate Simmern Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Gerulfing to Grosvenor, Germany, Wittelsbach Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Gerulfing to Grosvenor, Gerulfing Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Gerulfing to Grosvenor, Giffard Arms

After 1262. St Mary's Church, Boyton [Map]. Monument to Alexander Giffard. Believed to represent Alexander Giffard; possibly his father Hugh Giffard. 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 Giffard Arms on the shield with a label five points indicating the son, possibly grandson, of the current owner of the arms. The Otter may actually be a badly carved lion! Right Leg over Left.

Hugh Giffard: Around 1195 he was born to Walter Giffard at Warminster, Wiltshire. Before 18 Mar 1217 Hugh Giffard and Sibyl Cormeilles were married. Around 1246 Hugh Giffard died at Warminster, Wiltshire.

Heraldry, Armorials, Gerulfing to Grosvenor, Godolphin Arms

Godolphin Arms. Gules, an eagle with two heads, displayed between three fleur de lys, two and one, argent.

In 1625 John Sydenham V (age 57) died. Monument at St Andrew's Church, Brympton d'Evercy [Map].

A Corinthian column at each corner supports the fine canopy, and the whole is adorned withmany coats of arms, which,commencing on the north side, illustrate, as it were, the pedigree of the family. On either side the canopy is surmounted by the arms ofSir John Sydenham, on the north impaling those of his first wife, and on the south the arms of his second;each coat is flanked by a small shield supported by a ram. Bound the edge of the canopy are thirteen shields, on which are impaled the arms brought inby various atches. On each side of the tomb itself are three large shields:those on the north side bearing the arms of Sydenham, impaling those of Audley Arm, Bruges, and Godolphin Arms, with their various quarterings;on the south are the arms of John Sydenham (age 36), who erected the monument, his sister impaled with those of her husband Edward Paston, and another coat in which the sinister side is not filled in. Probably it was meant to await the marriage of Sir Balph Sydenham (age 34), a younger brother of the founder. At the west end base is the large quartered coat of Sir John Sydenham, impaling the arms of Buckland with its nine quarterings. At the head of the tomb, surmounted by the helmet, crest, and lambrequin, is the-Sydenham coat of twelve quarterings, beneath which is the following inscription:

My foundir Sydenham, match'd with Hobye's Heyr,.

Badde me inform thee (gentle Passenger).

That what hee hath donne in mcc is onlie meant.

To memorize his father and s discent.

Without vayne glorye but he doth intreat.

That if thou comst his legende to repeate.

Thou speak him truly as he was and than - Report itso, hee dyed an honest mane.

10 November 1626.

The main armorial as follows: 1 Sydenham Arms 2 Kitsford Arms 3 Dalingrige Arms 4 Hussey Arms 5 Stourton Arms 6 Langland Arms 7 Beaufre Arms 8 Furneux Arms 9 Godolphin Arms 10 Balune Arms 11 Killigrew Arms 12 Trenouth Arms. Source.

Cadaver Underneath.

John Sydenham V: In 1568 he was born to John Sydenham IV "The Elder" and Grace Godolphin.

John Sydenham: In 1589 he was born to John Sydenham V. In 1627 John Sydenham died.

Ralph Sydenham: In or after 1590 he was born to John Sydenham V. In 1671 Ralph Sydenham died.

Heraldry, Armorials, Gerulfing to Grosvenor, Gorges Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Gerulfing to Grosvenor, Graham Arms

Graham Arms. Or an a chief sable three escallops argent. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Gerulfing to Grosvenor, Graham Arms, Duke Montrose Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Gerulfing to Grosvenor, Granville Arms

Granville Arms. Gules three clarions or. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Gerulfing to Grosvenor, Greene Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Gerulfing to Grosvenor, Gresham Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Gerulfing to Grosvenor, Gresley Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Gerulfing to Grosvenor, Greville Arms

Greville Arms. Sable a cross in a border Engrailed or with five roundels sable on the cross. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Gerulfing to Grosvenor, Grey Arms

Grey Arms. Barry of six argent and azure, in chief three torteaux. Source.

1580. St Laurence's Church, Ludlow [Map]. Monument to Ambrosia Sidney. Her father's (age 51) arms top middle as follows: Sidney, Clunford, Barrington, Mercy, Mandeville Arms differenced with an escarbuncle, Chetwyn, Belhouse (the lions should be shown between three black cross-croslets), and Brandon Arms (the lion's crown should be per pale gules and Argent).

Bottom Left her father's arms impaled with 1 Dudley Arms 2 Unknown 3 Grey Arms 4 Talbot Arms 5 Beauchamp Arms 6 Neuborg Arms 7 Unknown 8 Unknown.

Bottom Right. As impaled Bottom Left; possibly some form of Duke of Northumberland.

The Sidney motto "quo fata vacant" ie "where destiny falls".

On the right are the arms of her uncle and godfather Ambrose Dudley, 3rd Earl of Warwick (age 50), from whom she derived her name.

On the left the arms of her mother, Mary Sidney née Dudley (age 50)

Ambrosia Sidney: Around 1565 she was born to Henry Sidney and Mary Dudley. She was named after her uncle Ambrose Dudley 3rd Earl Warwick. On 22 Feb 1574 Ambrosia Sidney died at Ludlow Castle where her father Henry Sidney was President of the Council of the Marches in Wales.

Heraldry, Armorials, Gerulfing to Grosvenor, Greystoke Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Gerulfing to Grosvenor, Griffin Arms

Griffin Arms. Sable, a griffin segreant argent beak and forelegs or. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Gerulfing to Grosvenor, Grimston Earl Verulam Arms

Grimston Earl Verulam Arms. 1 & 4: Grimston 2: Luckyn (Sable, a fess dancetée between two leopard's faces or) 3: Forrester. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Gerulfing to Grosvenor, Grosvenor Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Gerulfing to Grosvenor, Guise Arms

NO IMAGE. Gules, seven lozenges conjoined vairé three, three and one. Source.